Bruce Fenton

Bruce Fenton

Bruce R. Fenton is the author of the revolutionary human origins e-book series, The Forgotten Exodus. He was born in the historic English town of Cheltenham, England. He graduated from Anglia Ruskin University in 2002, having studied Information Systems.


Bruce Fenton's articles

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Prehistoric jungle tribes may have practiced land management of tropical forests in SE Asia 70 000 years ago

With the rise of permaculture farming practices based on ancient tribal wisdom, we have come to understand that jungles and rain forests can be extremely productive when managed effectively. Recent studies have indicated that our distant ancestors in Southeast Asia...

August 21, 2017

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New dating of Lida Ajer cave fossils places modern humans in SE Asia perhaps 73 000 years ago

Ancient teeth from a Sumatran archaeological site have pushed back the colonization of Southeast Asia by up to 20 000 years. The location of the cave site strongly suggests that the local human population was already well adapted to living in dense jungle...

August 13, 2017

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England’s ancient megaliths covered in secret star marker code visible by moonlight

A recent investigation of stone-age rock art at a megalithic construction known as Hendraburnick Quoit, in Cornwall, has revealed that ten times the number of artistic markings are visible when viewed in moonlight or feeble sunlight from the south east. These...

August 09, 2017

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Recent academic studies write the death certificate for out of Africa theory of human origins

Genomic research associated with the Sima de los Huesos archaeological site and morphological analysis of hominin fossils from across Europe have together invalidated the possibility that Homo heidelbergensis is ancestral to Modern Humans. What happens when...

May 02, 2017