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A. Civilization.

To start this ambitious investigation in the clearest terms possible, we must consider a brief overview of what we already know. We therefore begin with the beginnings of civilization as the history books tell us.

They say it starts in Europe in – 1700, Crete, with writing. This is the beginning of an important piece of the history of evolution: the European antiquity. Its end point will be in – 476 (fall of the Roman Empire).
All this is what they say. It is unclear where this civilization comes from, as if it was a large gap between prehistory and antiquity.

There are some older things. It is said that European civilization began with the writing in Crete. But before that there was Egypt, Ancient Egypt, which debuted in -3150. These dates are important. They are important not so much to understand the history of the world, but to understand the official thinking. So it starts in -3150? And before that?

Before there was Mesopotamia. In -3400 writing is invented. Mesopotamia is not Europe, and we learn therefore, that it is not European history. Everything works so geographically. Egypt is not Europe. Mesopotamia is not Europe. Even if the cultural and linear links are obvious.

So here we are in -3400. However, in Mesopotamia, the human being has been known since prehistoric times, and in -7000 are observed early domestication and obvious signs of life in village. So we are officially in -7000, in the beginning of modern civilization. This is the first part, which starts around the beginning of the Bronze Age.

B. Before civilization.

Before the Bronze Age, there was the Stone Age. The Stone Age, for most people who went to school, that means human beings who are dirty and dressed in animal skins.
We see them hunting in harsh conditions, using their spears with stone. We will try to forget the Ape man.
All this, for most people is a very, very far away world.
Oh, there were many caves and their paintings, and sculptures, and all artistic thrust that we are willing to assume, and that tie them more or less in our arrogant civilization.

We are talking about the more or less European period that connects approximately -40 000 to -7000. This will be the second part, which according to the official theory, one that tells the story of Homo sapiens, the human from Africa, who travels to Europe, the empire of Homo neanderthalensis, who be more or less eradicated, (probably by Homo sapiens, who will take place in Europe, and gradually settled there, they say).
This Homo sapiens, became in forty thousand years, from black to white and brown hair to blond hair, we are told, because of climate adaptation. At that time were born in his head artistic passions that do not interest him before.
Suddenly, he eradicates Neanderthal and many animal species, he changes color of skin and hair, he invented the gods, he becomes an artist, and creates the foundation for a settled civilization. What an achievement!

When we we think of the mythological elements, they are like the other side of the mirror. They too come from “before civilization”, this dark world. While history tells us of the dates without facts, or more or less false facts; mythology, myths, and other bibles, tell us the facts – although romanticized and / or misunderstood – without dates, and mixed. We must, therefore, pick up the pieces.

We will discuss elements of mythological, biblical, and the myth of Atlantis, which we know from Plato, but which is actually related to many myths, for example vedic India, where “the white island” is called Atala. It is surprising to see how everything, absolutely everything that was said, done, and thought is connected to a single thing, one single fact.

C. The modern human.

Today, everything is explained by the theory of evolution. The mysterious world of “before civilization” is obscure because it was inhabited by less enlightened beings, they say. And if it was not all that simple? The goal is not to praise the pure creationism, the world is not binary, and without either trying to be too diplomatic, we should probably recognize that the truth is actually in the middle . Evolution, there is. But what evolution? Suddenly (to approx. 40 000 years), the so-called “human being” began to think, to create. Why?

We will see why modern man has lost his way between metaphysical instinct and his (often) inability to understand the metaphysics, and why he became domesticated himself (or became “civilized”…).

We will also see why autism, and other modern “problems” appear as symptoms of domestication, which is rejected by the wild instincts.

And we will seek a way out of this dark and unchanging labyrinth…

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