Debunking the Cradle of Civilization Myth

By: Robert Bruce Baird

There was a time when many Europeans took it as fact that humanity had almost no real ability or value before the Sumerian culture and these patristic animals became ascendant. The truth is clear now, yet most people cling to the old paradigm in one of its regenerations. The cave man ideology was founded on improper reassembling of bones that archaeologists found in the Neanderthal Valley. Alley Oop and all the images of these cavemen beating women with clubs was really a projection of the kind of unsoulful and disgusting behavior Abraham and his progeny have foisted upon society-at-large for about 5,000 years of what James Joyce properly calls a 'nightmare'.

I think the 'Dark Ages' began shortly after the Trojan World War and has been ascendant throughout the world for the last 3,000 years.

It is time to re-evaluate our collective behavior and value systems to the point where we realize the 'cave men' of the egalitarian roots of mankind when women were the equal of men, were actually our ethical superior. It is time to throw off the shackles of ego that made Euro-centric or other Scales of Nature and historical 'realities'. Is it time to recognize the cycles of human existence have included those who were even more advanced than we are today? Technologically, it is possible, and we have already touched upon why we think it is no more absurd to suggest this than the paradigm's insistence on our ascendant science that is often proven wrong. We've touched upon the isolated and highly certain DNA of the Mungo Man, who is not related to any others on earth among the human family today. Where did they come fromFeature Articles, or go to? Why did they teach us and then leave us to be lead along this path of misogynistic war and prejudice? Was the Hobbit that is shown on nearby Flores Island as much capable of modern thought as a recent research report indicates? (1)

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