C. Cro-magnon, the hybrid (en)


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The hypothesis I will propose here and that I summarized in the video above has been sketched for a long time. Not that this is wanted, but the evidence is everywhere since the first discoveries, even if no one has ever pretended that. So far, we have tried to gather various evidences, not without having in the mind a specific purpose. I have always chosen sources easily accessible, because I want that everyone can check them quickly and easily. I want that everyone can open their eyes to a pseudo theory it is time to reverse.

1. Where is the archaic Homo sapiens?

The “Out of Africa” theory claims that homo sapiens, who came from Africa is emerged about 200 000 years ago as archaic Homo sapiens, migrated to Europe about 50,000 years ago and became more or less rapidly Cro-Magnon or the so-called modern homo sapiens. This is ridiculous. We will return to Cro-Magnon in a while, but let’s look at his supposed ancestor, archaic Homo sapiens, whose existence is rather vague.

The two major representatives are Omo1 and Omo2. (Ethiopia – 195,000 years), here is the image of the found skulls and the reconstructions:

Atala archaic Homo Sapiens reconstruction OMO 1

Archaic Homo Sapiens reconstruction OMO 1

Omo 1

Atala archaic Homo Sapiens OMO2

Archaic Homo Sapiens OMO2

Omo 2

Note that I do not dwell on the proposed reconstructions, which are as unserious as the frightful reconstructions of Neanderthal from Boule. (How has Omo1 been reconstructed from these few pieces of skulls?)

There are others, like these three:

Atala archaic homo sapiens skull ngaloba lh18

Archaic Homo Sapiens Ngaloba LH18

Ngaloba LH18 (northern Tanzania, – 120 000 years) 1350 cm3. Facial angle: 90°

Atala archaic homo sapiens skull herto 2

Archaic Homo Sapiens Herto 2

Herto (Ethiopia, -154 000 to -160 000 years) 1450cm3. Facial angle: 92°

Atala Archaic Homo Sapiens skull Jebel Irhoud

Archaic Homo Sapiens Jebel Irhoud

Jebel Irhoud (Morocco, -130 000 to -190 000 years). Facial angle: 84°

Atala Archaic Homo Sapiens skull Kabwe

Archaic Homo Sapiens Kabwe

Kabwe BH1 (Zambia, -300 000 to -125 000 years) 1280cm3. Facial angle: 86°

With a little practice, it is easy to see very many Neanderthal features. The facial angle of LH18 and Herto is retrognathe, they have an occipital bun, they have a little forehead, they have a supra-orbital ridge, their occipital angle is more acute than modern man, and their nose is more or less projecting.

In the so-called archaic Homo Sapiens, it is also another type of skulls:

Atala archaic homo sapiens skull Bodo

Archaic Homo Sapiens Bodo

Atala Archaic Homo Sapiens skull Bodo

Archaic Homo Sapiens Bodo

Bodo (Ethiopia, -600 000 to -200 000 years). Facial angle: 80 °

This skull is prognathous, the nose is not projecting (nonexistent nasal bones), as in the modern African, and the parietal angle is less acute.

For comparison, a typical Neanderthal:

Atala Neanderthal skull from La Ferrassie

Neanderthal skull from La Ferrassie

The la Ferrassie skull (from France)

And a modern African:

Atala African skull Bushman

African skull

All these skulls are reconstructed pieces, and their dating as their allocation is quite inadequate. To match the fashionable theory, they have all been placed in the new family (from about -200,000 years) of archaic Homo sapiens.

There is no so-called modern individual in Africa before his appearance in Europe. ?In fact, it seems that all these skulls are the remains of human beings who was more or less hybridized to Neanderthal.

The Middle East and particularly Israel is known as a Neanderthal territory. The case of Qafzeh and Skhul is particularly revealing. When they were discovered, the Skhul skulls were placed among Neanderthals. We will discuss them in detail later, but their description is amazing:


The Skhul remains were discovered between 1929 and 1935 at a cave located at Es Skhul in Mount Carmel, Israel. The remains of seven adults and three children were found, some of which (Skhul;1,4,5 & 9) may have been deliberate burials.[9] Assemblages of perforated Nassarius shells (a marine species) significantly different from local fauna have also been recovered from the area, suggesting that these people may have collected and employed the shells symbolically as beads,[10] as they are unlikely to have been used as food.[11]
Skhul Layer B has been dated to an average of 81,000-101,000 years ago with the electron spin resonance method and to an average of 119,000 years ago with the thermoluminescence method.[12][13]
Skhul 5
Skhul 5 was a burial with the mandible of a boar on the chest.[14] The skull displays prominent supraorbital ridges.
Skhul 9
The Skhul 9 remains are both unique and controversial.[15] They appear to have a modern West African-looking skull[16] with archaic features, specifically mandibular prognathism (jutting lower jaw) and Supraorbital ridges (brow ridges).

Qafzeh 6
The most well preserved skull. From the skull and teeth structure, the remains are believed to be of a young male. [21]
Qafzeh 9 and 10
A double grave found in 1969 contained the skeleton of an adult (late adolescent), thought to be a young woman (Qafzeh 9), and the skeleton of a young child (Qafzeh 10).[17] Qafzeh 9 has a high forehead, lack of occipital bun, a distinct chin, but an orthognathic face.[22]
Qafzeh 11
Found in 1971 was the grave of an adolescent (aged at about 13 years[23]) buried in a pit dug in the bed rock. The skeleton was lying on his back, with the legs bent to the side, and both hands placed on either side of the neck, and in his hands were the antlers of a large deer (Red Deer antler clasped to the chest[9]).[17]
Qafzeh 12
A child of about 3 years old who manifests with skeletal abnormalities that indicate hydrocephalus.[20]

Skhul 9 and Qafzeh 9 are similar, as we have already noticed, the skulls of modern West African, but we’ll talk more about that later.