3. The man with the wise eyes (en)

Atala - A journey to the Golden Age by Marie Cachet

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At school, we learn that there existed different human types. They show a so-called typical Neanderthal, for example the individ from La Chapelle-aux-Saints, and the so-called typical Cro-Magnon, for example from les Eyzies, and they show the differences. They are clear. Generally, we only look at the skulls, and always, they omit to mention the other. The all others.

Because no one say that Cro-Magnon is not a fixed type. And yet it is presented as THE new European man.
We have seen that he came from nowhere, and now we will see that the famous Cro-Magnon is not a race, species, or a type of man. It is a time period. However they are many reconstructions of one type of man.

“Cro-Magnon” is the man from Les Eyzies. This one. By extension, it has given to every man from the same period reproducing almost the same type…

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I know that I know nothing

Thulean Perspective


Today we laugh when we think about our forebears, who believed in religious nonsense and the people behind it. Let me tell those who come after me then, that I at least did not believed in the religious nonsense of my own age, or the people behind it. Instead I see that what we call ‘science’ today is mainly (yes: mainly, not exclusively) just a new foreign religion, created for the same purpose as the old foreign religion: to enslave the minds of men, and to ensure that they don’t think for themselves, and under no circumstances ask questions. Instead they are to accept the new religious theories as axioms. “How can you even question these theories?!” They tell us that the Moon is gray, even when we all can see that it is white, and we still believe in them!

Rather than think

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Why talk about the Neanderthal?

Thulean Perspective

French. Spanish.

Much archaeological material has been destroyed, intentionally or by accident, or is being kept secret, or has been ‘lost’, or is deemed not important enough by the scholars to discuss. They ‘forget’ to mention so much to us, to the public.

It is no coincident that the first ‘archaeologists’ were all priests, who often systematically went forth to destroy all evidence suggesting that Europeans had had any type of culture prior to Christianity. Some were probably even doing this not at all because they had an interest in what we today call archaeology, but solely to destroy all evidence undermining their own version of the world’s history. “Quickly, dig up the grave and destroy everything you find, before somebody else finds it!”

When priests found Neanderthal skulls, they did the same. They found large skulls, that obviously had held brains larger than those of modern humans…

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