December 11, 2019
I’ve long taken issue with the claim that humans of tens or hundreds of thousands of years ago were much different than humans of today.
Slowly, the mainstream is beginning to acknowledge that maybe they weren’t all that different.
Cave art depicting a hunting scene has been found in Indonesia dated to 44,000 years old, making it the oldest rock art created by humans.
The painting itself is intriguing because it shows a group of figures that represent half-animal, half-human hybrids called therianthropes. The therianthropes are hunting warty pigs and dwarf buffaloes called anoas using spears and ropes.
The abstract figures depict a story, which changes our view of early human cognition, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature. The art could even show the foundation of human spirituality, given the supernatural scene depicted.
“To me, the most fascinating aspect of our research is that humanity’s oldest cave art is at least 44,000 years old and it already has all the key components relating to modern cognition, [like] hand stencils, figurative art, storytelling, therianthropes and religious thinking,” said Maxime Aubert, study author and professor of archaeological science at Griffith University. “So it must have a much older origin, possibly in Africa or soon after we left Africa.”
Sulawesi, Indonesia is home to many intriguing limestone caves where other discoveries have been made. The same group of researchers previously found one of the oldest rock art hand stencils here in 2014, which was dated to 40,000 years ago.
“There are at least 242 known cave art sites in this area of Sulawesi and probably hundreds more awaiting discovery in this one part of the island alone,” Aubert said. “The rest of this enormous island, the world’s 11th largest, has barely been explored at all for cave art, so who knows what else is out there. The same goes for the rest of Indonesia — it is likely there are many more ancient art sites hidden away there.”
Of course, it must be the origins of something, because it is the oldest thing – according to them – that they’ve found.
In actual fact, we have no idea how old the pyramids are.
They could be a million years old.
No one knows.
We do know they’re lying about the age of the Sphinx. That is confirmed fact.
So why should we believe they’re not lying about everything else relating to ancient human history?
No one really knows much about anything, and this overarching and maddening claim by the academic establishment that they’ve already figured out everything about the nature of the universe is wrong and it is evil.
Atlantis almost certainly existed. There are pyramids and other structures on the bottom of the ocean. The global megalithic structures, which we can’t even repeat now, cannot possibly have been created by ape-men as the Jewish academics claim.
They want us to believe that there is no mystery to anything, because that is a justification for stopping breeding, for simply masturbating to pornography, taking Prozac and dying childless.
If we’re just a bunch of random atoms that transformed from monkeys, then why not just masturbate and then die?
If people believe there is something more to this existence – some deeper meaning to be grasped – then people are a lot more likely to stand up and fight.