New Home Land – for Homo Superior

Extract from the book: Dawn of the Lost Civilisation

When Homo Superior travelled north at the end of the last Ice Age, they did so in reed boats which grew in abundance in the boggy soils of Northern Europe. Archaeologists have identified this culture as the ‘Maglemose’ civilisation. 

Which Wikipedia reports as:

Maglemosian (c. 9000 BC – 6000 BC) is the name given to a culture of the early Mesolithic period in North Europe. In Scandinavia, the culture was succeeded by the Kongemose culture.

The actual name originates from the Danish archaeological site Maglemose, situated near Gørlev and Høng on western Zealand, southwest of lake Tissø. Here the first settlement of the culture was excavated in 1900, by George Sarauw.  During the following century a long series of similar settlements were excavated from England to Poland and from Skåne in Sweden to northern France.

The Maglemosian people lived in forest and wetland environments, using fishing and hunting tools made from wood, bone, and flint microliths. It appears that they had domesticated the dog.  Some may have lived settled lives, but most were nomadic.

Huts made of bark have been preserved, and the tools were made of flint, bone, and horn. A characteristic of the culture are the sharply edged microliths of flintstone, used for spear and arrow heads.  Another notable feature is the “leister”, a characteristic type of fishing spear, used for gigging.

When the Magesmosian culture reigned, sea levels were much lower than now and Europe and Scandinavia were landlocked with Britain. The cultural period overlaps the end of the last ice age, when the ice retreated and the glaciers melted. It was a long process and sea levels in Northern Europe, did not reach current levels until almost 6000 BC, by which time they had inundated large territories previously inhabited by Maglemosian people. Therefore, there is hope that the emerging discipline of underwater archaeology may reveal interesting finds related to the Maglemosian culture in the future.

There is a lack of artefacts from this period, as most of this civilisation lay under the existing North Sea, which used to be known as Doggerland. This includes essential boating evidence, due to the rapid deterioration of these natural fibres, or the confusion in finding peat like substances at ancient sites and being unable to understand the significance of these fragile remains. This lack of understanding of past history has led archaeologists to overlook the most influential piece of technology in our history – The Boat. Wooden boats survive the savages of time much better than reed boats or leather (coracle) tub boats although we have seen other cultures of the world use these materials with relative ease.

Fortunately, history has left other associated evidence showing the nautical nature of this society, such as harpoons – a long spear-like instrument used in fishing to catch not only fish, but also large mammals such as whales. Harpoons are only effective over short distances and so a boat is essential. Consequently, if you find harpoons, you find boats and seafaring civilisations. Spear fishing with barbed poles (harpoons) was widespread in Palaeolithic times when Homo Superior entered Europe. Cosquer cave in Southern France contains cave art over 16,000 years old; including drawings of men harpooning seals. What is more interesting is the fact that Seals are not native to France – today you will need to travel North to Britain or Norway to find seals – suggesting that the men harpooning seals on these cave drawings must have sailed hundreds of miles to achieve this feat!

The other indicator of the existence of boats are the occupation of islands; we are now aware that Neanderthals and Erectus did not sail because they probably could not swim – so the only fossil remains of these Homo cousins are just found on the mainland or islands that were connected during the low tides of the ice age periods. Therefore, the population of remote islands such as; Ireland, Isle of Man, Scilly, Shetland, Orkney and the Faroe Islands prove that the early inhabitants had to possess boats to colonise these places. Not only does the archaeological evidence of these islands show occupation during the Mesolithic period, which supports my hypothesis, but as a consequence the DNA also found in these locations has a high percentage of the genetic R1a1 bloodline still in the resident population – confirming that Homo Superior was the first civilisation who colonised these islands with prehistoric boats.

Nevertheless, human genetic DNA is not the only evidence of colonisation in the past. Looking closely at the wildlife of these islands and the diversity of the animals, we will get a better idea of when these lands were first occupied. As an example, bones of a particular breed of vole on the Orkney Isles, which does not exist on mainland Britain, have been found. This creature does exist – in Germany – a clear indication of extensive trading over very long distances throughout Europe. These bones were found with ‘tell-tale’ Palaeolithic ‘microliths’, which are the most sophisticated, misunderstood and incorrectly dated artefacts in archaeological history. Moreover, we are now certain that the islands were first occupied, at the very least, in the Mesolithic Period and the animals found coming from outside the region (such as the voles) were accidents of transportation – we can therefore confidently assume that these boats were not just small boats but, in fact, ships of great size. For if these were just small dugout canoes (as some archaeologists would suggest) they would have easily been spotted and removed.


Addendum – In recent years, the ‘politically correct’ lobby has sought to quash humanity’s real history for a more politically correct version that stops the internet from giving the far-right suppressive groups literature and information that supports their delusional ideology. Although I believe that the incorrect use of such material is morally wrong – the censorship and corruption of history, I find it even more unacceptable as it ‘dumbs down’ our society by replacing history with propaganda.

This ridiculous attempt suggests that humankind was just from a single cultural entity. Therefore, one big happy family is sadly nonsense, as anyone who has eyes and intelligence could recognise that the world is made of very different biological cultures. This obvious observation is in line with Darwin’s theory of Evolution, which quite clearly (but sadly is misrepresented by the scientific community) shows that humanity has evolved by a series of ‘mutations’ each one giving us a new biological identity demonstrated by the changes in blood type (Haplogroup) of which there are many.

An example of this attempt to twist history for the political benefit we saw in the reconstruction of ‘Cheddar Man’ showed a Blue-eyed Black male dated about 7k BCE and Britain’s first inhabitant. This has been derided and disproven by the knowledgeable DNA scientists who quite rightly pointed out that skin colour can not be judged by DNA analysis (although eye colour can) – but not before the media circus had widely publicised this picture ‘dumbing down’ society as a consequence in this false perception.

Another false claim that has caught media attention is the Evolution of Blue Eyes and Pale skin – it has been suggested that it evolves not through mutation but by living in cold conditions with less intense sun. This again is complete bunkum and has been developed from a reported change in blue eye colour gene (probably the change from blue eyes to green), which happened just 6000 years ago – that has been linked with the incorrectly perceived movement of the first farmers moving from Asia minor to Northern Europe – which this book has thoroughly disproven through both DNA and Archaeological evidence.

The real source of Blue Eyes can be found in the R1 mutation (Cro-Magnon off-spring of Neanderthals and African Homo Sapiens) as shown in this link that goes back 28K years, not 6K. “The genes for blond hair are more strongly correlated with the distribution of haplogroup R1a, but those for red hair have not been found in Europe before the Bronze Age, and appear to have been spread primarily by R1b people.  “

Further information on Homo Superior and documentary on their work can be found at: