"Please note: One of the sad, and unfortunate facts of life, is that many Anthropologists, Researchers and Academics, still refuse to acknowledge that Africans were the first Human colonizers of Europe. To hide this fact, they prefer to use the terms Aurignacian and Gravettian cultures; which is fine, it still means Grimaldi. However, the current fad of attributing Grimaldi artifacts to the Humanoid Cro-Magnon is in all ways, mystifying. After all, thought different, Cro-Magnon like Grimaldi, was a Black African."
Apparently I'm not the only one who has chosen to connect the dots. It's like I stated before regarding earth's oldest desert; Namib, the Himba, Nama, and their neighbors represent the last survivors of a catastrophe: The Neandertal represents human degeneration; and the human tendency to return home to take a peek is OVERWHELMING. Thus, we cannot judge the Celts and the advancing Germanic hordes too harshly for merely wanting to return home to take a peek.
I'm not going to get into dates and age because atmosphere, weathering, and earth's frequent upheavals have rendered the science of dating dubious at best. The earth after all is spherical, not circular, the ground my ancestors walked on might be buried miles beneath the earth or ocean and no amount of specious carbon dating of dead men and animal bones can change that fact.
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