Missing Links

Missing Links

By Tony DeLorger © 2010

Eighty thousand years ago Neanderthal man became extinct and Homo sapiens or modern man appeared, with no archaeological evidence to suggest any form of evolution. This missing link between the two has been the subject of investigation since then, with no conclusions made. One simply replaced the other; two separate beings that for all purposes has little to do with each other, physiologically and regarding mental capacity. Humans then evolved and around six thousand years ago marked the beginning of civilisation, the beginning of a fascination and belief in Gods, a fondness for war and dominance and a reckless abandon regarding our mother earth and her bounty.

Now we find ourselves overpopulated, at constant war with one another, exhausting irreplaceable resources and impacting on earth so negatively that within a hundred years we could be beyond help. The real question is who are we and where did we come from? There is no evidence to suggest that we are the lone descendants of Neanderthals, which opens the debate about what or who could have intervened to fast track our evolution; we could not have just appeared without aid.

Early civilisations have all exhibited the same fundamental beliefs in Gods or God like creatures. Whether they are of human appearance, have beards and sit on clouds, represent the forces of nature or appear as creatures from other worlds, our fascination with Gods has been a central theme of developed cultures throughout the world. But is there a real connection with any of these so-called Gods? Has there been an interaction between early civilisations and interterrestrial beings? Many people think so and there is a wealth of historical evidence to support such a theory.

The Sumerian culture, 4,500 years BC, were the first to use a written language and to display endless depictions in stone, of rockets flying across the sky, helmeted humanoids and other evidence of extraterrestrial visitation. They referred to these visitors as Gods; from a tall blue-eyes humanoid race they called Annunaki from a planet in our solar system called Nibiru, with an orbit beyond that of Neptune. Science has proven after studying gravitational forces there is another planet in that realm, but we have no further knowledge as the planet has a 4,000-year orbit cycle.

The Sumerians spawned all civilised cultures: Persian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Roman and Egyptian and the knowledge, technology and understanding of our existence was shared by many other cultures in the world; the erection of pyramids is a common connection. It has been proposed that perhaps modern man is a hybrid of Neanderthal and Annunaki DNA. This could be the missing link. Other cultures also have experienced these visitations. The Mayan Tzoltze ek’ Gods were described as tall, having blue eyes, white hair and skin. The Mayans developed a calendric system more accurate than the Gregorian calendar and spawned the cultural development of the Toltecs, Inca’s, Aztecs and North American Indians. Coincidence, do you think?

Beyond the myths and history of our modern-day beliefs, there are many other options and possibilities to consider. Worth consideration; fantasy can often be fact, in the end.

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Tony DeLorger 4 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia Author

Interesting it is, and maybe we'll never know. Thanks for reading Insane Mundane.


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Insane Mundane 4 years ago from Earth

Yeah, the missing link between Homo erectus and the Homo sapiens is yet to be found. I just did a Hub over this the other day. Of course, there are many ancient alien theorists out there who claim that it was aliens playing with the DNA of the Neanderthal & Cro-Magnon man, but that would be hard for some people to grasp; ha!

Anyway, it's interesting, nonetheless...


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rafken 6 years ago from The worlds my oyster

Welcome, good hub. Try reading my hub Have We Been Visited By Aliens. I think you would be interested in some of my other hubs too. I like this, so will follow you, thanks.

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