Latest Hallettstoneion Seazoria Dragons Discovery informationThe Hallettestoneion Research Project proudly presents the di...
the finding has been that for every tooth located in the skull, there are tworepeats ready to take its place, should it fa...
only. These examples can be both internally and externally compare to all formsof advanced prehistoric teeth, especially p...
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  1. 1. Latest Hallettstoneion Seazoria Dragons Discovery informationThe Hallettestoneion Research Project proudly presents the discovery of theHallettestoneion Seazoria dragons. http://wwww.facebook.com/seazoriaWelcome to the discovery of the prehistoric Seazoria Dragons. For the first timein history, anyone who visits the www.seazoria.com website will be able to get afirst look into the landmark discovery of remains from pre-Cambrian sea dragons. Hallettestoneion Seazoria images, Templates, Field ResearchHere at the Hallettestoneion Research Project, located in Kaysville, Utah, wewelcome every visitor and appreciate your interest in exploring what will becomeone of the most important biological life sciences in history. The SeazoriaDragons’ discovery represents a significant advancement in scientificunderstanding of advanced prehistoric life on Earth. This discovery allowsresearchers to study and examine a previously unknown era of prehistoricmarine life and ecosystems.The Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons’ era came to a cataclysmic end around540 million years ago, at the end of the pre-Cambrian time period. Extinct forover 320 million years before the first land dinosaurs began to emerge in theTriassic era 220 million years ago.The sheer magnitude and implication of the discovery has yet to be realized bythe global scientific community. This discovery will have an impact that will reachto the very limits of current core earth-science disciplines. The most immediateimpact will be felt within the areas of geology and paleontology, due to the time,location and age limits placed upon prehistoric life forms (presently, 220 millionyears for land dinosaurs). By limiting prehistoric life to land dinosaurs and a fewTriassic freshwater dinosaurs, our present knowledge will be proven to be inneed of an infusion of knowledge of amazing proportions. http://hubpages.com/profile/SeazoriaThe Hallettestoneion Seazoria discovery proves beyond a shadow of doubt thatour present knowledge is outdated—there is an entirely new era of advancedprehistoric marine biology. The Hallettestoneion Seazoria biological era hasbeen misidentified as geological, when in fact, not all rocks are rocks. Individualremains of a previously unknown creature, the Seazoria Dragon, is that proof.Identical biological structures, known heretofore as “Zoria Repeat” structures,can be found by the millions scattered throughout the Salt Lake valley floor, justbelow the surface. These structures are most likely the byproduct of lost teethfrom the dragons, which had a replacement tooth for each one lost. Consistently,
  2. 2. the finding has been that for every tooth located in the skull, there are tworepeats ready to take its place, should it fall out.On the valley floor, teeth are the only hardened components with enoughstructural density to survive for 540 million years. Softer biological componentslocated on the valley floor would have, by now, been completely reclaimed intothe Earth as dirt. Movie: 6:00 min Seazoria Dragon Skull Matrix Excavation. Hillfieldion Seazoria 356comb.The somewhat intact Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragon examples are locatedmore than 1,000 feet above the valley floor on an elevated peninsula three mileswide and five miles long. The graveyard location of these Seazoria Dragonexamples was the only beach with shallow water habitat area locations within theUtah area when the Pacific Ocean was lapping at its mountains. This placesthem just below the highest water mark on the Uinta Mountains. The intactSeazoria Dragon remains were not subjected to the same type of erosion anddecomposition forces that affected specimens located on the bottom of theancient ocean floor. Seazoria Dragon Skull Matrix Excavation: 356 site photosNumerous field studies in and around the Salt Lake Valley at commercialdevelopment sites have revealed millions of specimen remains that were allcreated biologically in highly similar repeating, triangular wedges. Teeth appearin distinctive right or left hand configurations only. Individual repeat specimensfrom the Seazoria marine ecosystem are mathematically predictable, havingrepeating structural equations. They can be identified by utilizing field-developedSeazoria specific Zoria repeat right and left templates that have been createdand refined by the Hallettestoneion Research Project through the method ofmapping internal growth spine patterns within the sub-structure framework ofeach tooth, spike and body plate layout. This research has repeatedly revealedexternal structural features exclusive to the triangular/wedge Zoria Repeatshaped structure. http://www.facebook.com/pages/HALLETTESTONEION-SEAZORIA- DRAGONS-DISCOVERY-ORGANIZATION/112886192059716?ref.tsThe second of three major discoveries stemming from the original discovery isthe “Zoria Repeat” discovery. The “Zoria Repeat” describes the structural formatof the specialized teeth and facial spiking found on the Seazoria Dragon remains.Facial spikes, crown spikes, neck spikes, and two primary types of body spikesare found on the top half of the bodies. Seazoria teeth and body spikes areexamples of very complex, triangular wedges (repeating biological structures)that have been individually created in distinctive right or left side configurations
  3. 3. only. These examples can be both internally and externally compare to all formsof advanced prehistoric teeth, especially prehistoric Megladon shark teeth.Biological structures perform a specific function with regard to their exactlocation, as a component of an advanced, larger, Seazoria era marine creature—the Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragon! MOVIE: 8:00min Seazoria Dragons Field Research—ZORIA REPEAT TEMPLATES

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