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.
Fenton has earned the respect of his peers and made a name for himself in the research fields of ancient mysteries and human consciousness. A world traveler and public speaker, Fenton’s research activities have also been featured in the UK’s Telegraph Newspaper. He was recently honored to receive an invitation to appear as a guest presenter on a popular Science Channel show.
Bruce Fenton, the author of “Forgotten Exodus: The Into Africa Theory of Human Evolution.” Bruce talks about the fact that the earliest forms of Human were found not in Africa but in Australasia. Bruce talks about the only viable candidate for a Human Ancestor in Africa has been ruled out but this fact has not been publicized. Bruce talks about “The Lost City of Giants” in Ecuador. Bruce has spent a lot of time researching in South America and this led to his research into the possible origins of Humanity in Australia. Bruce describes how esoteric and mystical experiences played a key role in his journey which he augmented with investigations and research.
In Part Two Bruce Fenton talks about the crossbreeding between Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens and Homo Sapiens and Denisovans. He talks about the “Lineages” of the Human Family Tree and how climatic events including the eruption of the Super Volcano “Toba” 74,000 years ago played a key role in the obliteration of many humans and compelled survivors to migrate to other lands.
Bruce talks about the Khoisan People who are the oldest people in Africa and who share a Creation Myth with the Australian Aboriginal People i.e. the Creator Serpent/Rainbow Serpent.
The Khoisan are NOT a Negro Race. They come from Australasia. Bruce discusses the significance of races in Africa and in Australasia who speak the Click Language.
There were migrations in different time periods out of Australasia the most recent being 60,000 years ago.