Question: Why is it that if there were other more ancient civilizations that are not in recorded history, that we do not find any fossils of these?
Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2020 Webinar – Choosing America’s Future.
First of all, you have found fossils from some civilizations that have now disappeared and that are not in recorded history. There are various artifacts that have been found that cannot be explained by the technology of the civilizations in known history. There are not so many of these but they are there. Then the other aspect is that there are actually certain fossils from these previous civilizations that have not been seen as fossils. There are certain minerals and what you call rock formations, that are actually man-made materials, but because of the paradigm where you will not look beyond known civilization, they have not been recognized as manmade materials.
But the other reason is, of course, that you have these geological processes that are very powerful and can erase all traces of a civilization. The ice age that took place 10,000 years ago erased several civilizations that were there before. You will know for example, that the island of Manhattan was covered by a very thick ice sheet during the Ice Age. Well if you take the huge buildings that are on Manhattan Island today and imagine what would happen to them if there was another Ice Age, then I can assure you that after the ice had moved over the island several times, there would be no traces left of the current buildings.
But another reason is, of course, that the collective consciousness has not reached a certain level. As the collective consciousness continues to be raised there will come points where more and more artifacts from previous civilizations will be discovered, and there will be more of a willingness to interpret these. There will be ancient records that will be found that will make it undeniable that there were advanced civilizations in the past.
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