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Mankind is not a static entity; mankind has changed a lot since the Old Stone Age. Not just because of evolution, and indeed not even mainly because of evolution, but because of hybridisation – something we more commonly simply call ”race mixing”, or even “the mixing of species”.
The modern European man is a hybridised being; he is mainly still a Neanderthal (on average 99.7%), but he has some African (i. e. homo sapiens) genes too (on average 0.3%). This mixing occurred probably during the Ice Ages, when some of these proto-Europeans were driven south by the extreme cold in Europe, and there (in the Middle East and in North-Eastern Africa) they met the physically and intellectually much weaker proto-Africans. Most likely the proto-Europeans killed the proto-African adults, but not the children, and every now and then they adopted a surviving African child out of pity (a trait still very strong in Europe). On rare occasions these adopted children were allowed to mate, and because they were of different species only the female offspring was fertile. On rare occasions the mixed blood survived for more than a few generations, and when it did their African DNA was taken up in the tribes of the proto-Europeans, and was eventually fairly evenly distributed amongst them.
When these mixed proto-Europeans returned to Europe – after about 120.000 years of Ice Age – they brought these genes with them, and the African DNA was thus further distributed in the European populations. The further north, the fewer individuals with African genes survived, because they were after all not at all an advantage in Europe, and thus Europe was left with a population fairer, blonder and more blue-eyed the further north you come.
Everyone in Europe today has some African DNA, and this changed the European man. Most obviously he became physically much weaker and his brain shrunk – because the size and shape of the skull changed. He is largely the same, but these small changes in the European man had a lot to say in relation to most things.
Some see these changes as positive, because they most likely led to the creation of civilisation, of high culture and high tehcnology. Others see these changes as negative, because they led to a long list of health issues and even mental issues for the modern European man. Most likely almost all problems we have that are related to our nerve system and almost all autoimmune problems are a direct result of this. The metaphysical despair, and probably almost all other mental problems modern Europeans in particular suffer from are a result of this. If you want to know more about this you can read the posts on atala.fr.
I will return to the topic of civilisation, of high culture and high tehcnology, though, and try to explain why this happened because of the mixing of species. You see, there is an apparent paradox here: the more intelligent proto-Europeans did not create any civilisations, any high culture or high technology that we know of (although that might be the only problem in this context; we just don’t know of it today. It might well have existed), but the less intelligent mixed Europeans did. If the unmixed proto-Europeans were more intelligent then why didn’t they do this?
We think very highly of civilisation, high culture and high technology today, and sort of measure the brilliance of a race by how advanced it is in relation to this. I have previously suggested that perhaps they were so intelligent they chose not to create these things, because they knew of or understood the adverse effects they had and how things would go wrong if they did. There is perhaps another explanation to this though…
We are born infants, then we are children for some time before we become adolescents, and finally adults. When we were proto-Europeans (remember; i. e. Neanderthals) our skulls changed when we became adolescents. Neanderthal children had the exact same skulls as modern European children do; our forebears didn’t develop the well-known Neanderthal facial features until they became adults. Today the European man never does; so in a sense he remains an adolescent.
Young women are supposed to be attractive to men, in order to be able to choose between many men to find the one she thinks is the best for her, and then when she has done so she is supposed to grow up and raise her children and focus on her family instead. Modern women are obsessed with their own beauty even decades after they are married and have had their children, and keep trying to be attractive to other men, because they never actually grow up. The mixing of species has led to them not developing as they should, so they never develop their adult skulls.
Young men are supposed to impress young women, with their skills, their strength, their crafts and their courage, in order to be chosen by the best women, and when they are they are chosen by one they are supposed to grow up and provide for their families whatever they need; food and security in particular. Modern men never stop trying to impress women, even decades after they have been chosen by a woman, because they never actually grow up. The mixing of species has led to them not developing as they should, so they never develop their adult skulls.
The consequences to this are many, but let us for now at least focus on how this led to the creation of civilisation, of high culture and high tehcnology, and first and foremost in those areas where the hybridisation had been most widespread; in Southern Europe, in the Middle East and North-Eastern Africa.
In the less hybridised areas of Europe the men grew up more and for longer than in the more hybridised areas, and even into historic times the men in Northern, Eastern and Western Europe actually became real adults, with real adult proto-European facial features and skulls (and thus brains). So the women in these areas were less “slutty” – as discussed by Cornelius Tacitus in hos book Germania – and the men less childish.
Gallic coin. Image of man withNeanderthal facial feature.
In the more hybridised areas of Europe, which genetically speaking includes the Ancient Egyptians, and we assume also the Sumerians, the men kept competing for the favour of the women throughout their lives. Because the men never really grew up and became adults they always tried to impress the women with what they did even after they had grown old and wiser; their art and architecture became more and more impressive. Everyone wanted to show off with whatever they did, to impress the most attractive women, and if one did something great the others wanted to do even better than him – all in order to impress the equally immature women, who in turn kept doing their best to be attractive to all men. In order to keep doing so the men needed new techniques and new ideas, and when old and wise they were able to create new techniques and come up with these new ideas, and that would explain the birth of civilisation and high culture in these areas.
With time the African DNA broke down the Northern, the Eastern and the Western Europeans as well and turned them into such creative and childish men too, and eventually Europeans developed high technoloogy – and because of that our world is now heading into an environmental disaster, with high tech enabling mankind to grow too numerous and produce too much that is made from the limited resources we have here on our planet…
The proto-Europeans developed technology too; spears, javelins, bone flutes and much else, but they had the wits not to go too far. They knew when to stop, and because of that lived in harmony with nature. The “primitive” Neanderthal Europe lasted several hundred thousand years. How long will the “advanced” high tech Europe last do you think? HailaR WôðanaR!