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The Mind of Homo Superior – Chapter 9

The final chapter delves into the cultural and intellectual contributions of the ancient civilisation, exploring how their unique characteristics and mental attributes shaped the world of art, music, and language. The discussion highlights the construction of the first underground “cathedral” some fifteen thousand years ago and emphasizes the advanced artistic skills of ancient humans. The chapter draws attention to Pablo Picasso’s recognition of the sophistication of ancient art, challenging the notion that progress in artistic expression occurred only in more recent times.

The narrative traces the origins of modern Indo-European languages to the Caspian Sea, coinciding with the time when the Cro-Magnons left to explore new territories in the West. Society’s preference for verbal communication over writing is explored, challenging conventional views on the significance of writing as a sign of sophistication.

Innovation emerges as a central theme, with the echoes of this ancient civilisation reverberating throughout history, influencing remarkable discoveries and technological evolution. The chapter identifies historical figures who owe their contributions to the biological tendencies inherited from the Cro-Magnon ancestors, demonstrating the lasting impact of this advanced society on human development.

The discussion critically examines the so-called “mental flaws” of Cro-Magnons, offering a perspective on how modern society, through its approach to mental health and longevity, may be inadvertently impeding human evolution by not fully understanding the ultimate purpose of existence.

The narrative concludes by revisiting Stonehenge, the civilisation’s greatest monument, and uncovering hidden messages within its construction. It suggests that the advanced mathematical knowledge and use of imperial measurements incorporated into Stonehenge challenge traditional attributions to later civilizations, such as the ancient Greeks, reshaping our understanding of the intellectual achievements of this lost civilisation. (Homo Superior)

Langdon’s journey was marked by meticulous mapping and years of research, culminating in a hypothesis that would reshape our understanding of prehistoric Britain. He proposed that much of the British Isles had once been submerged in the aftermath of the last ice age, with these ancient sites strategically positioned along the ancient shorelines. His groundbreaking maps offered a fresh perspective, suggesting that Avebury had functioned as a bustling trading hub for our ancient ancestors. This audacious theory challenged the prevailing notion that prehistoric societies were isolated and disconnected, instead highlighting their sophistication in trade and commerce.

In the realm of historical discovery, it is often the audacious thinkers, the mavericks who dare to question established narratives, who propel our understanding forward. Robert John Langdon is undeniably one of these thinkers. With a deep passion for history and an unyielding commitment to his research, he has unearthed a hidden chapter in the story of Avebury—one that transcends the boundaries of time and offers fresh insights into our shared human history.

As Langdon’s trilogy, ‘The Stonehenge Enigma,’ continues to explore these groundbreaking theories, it beckons us to embark on a journey of discovery, to challenge our assumptions, and to embrace the possibility that the past is far more complex and interconnected than we ever imagined. Avebury, with its ancient stones and enigmatic avenues, continues to whisper its secrets to those who dare to listen, inviting us to see history through a new lens—one illuminated by the audacious vision of Robert John Langdon. (Homo Superior)

(The Ancient Mariners)

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Homo Superior – book Extract from Dawn of the Lost Civilisation

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