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The earliest unmistakable evidences of ritual and therewith of mythological thought yet found have been the grave burials of Homo neanderthalensis, a remote predecessor of our own species, whose period is perhaps to be dated as early as 200,000-75,000BC Neanderthal skeletons have been found interred with supplies (suggesting the idea of another life), accompanied by animal sacrifice (wild ox, bison, and wild goat), with attention to an east­west axis (the path of the sun, which is reborn from the same earth in which the dead are placed), in flexed position (as though within the womb), or in a sleeping posture - in one case with a pillow of chips of flint. Sleep and death, awakening and resurrection, the grave as a return to the mother for rebirth; but whether Homo neanderthalensis thought the next awakening would be here again or in some world to come (or even both together) we do not know. (128)

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 The Sumerian texts suggest that a second major Anunnaki intervention occurred in human development around 100,000 years ago in the Middle East. Is it only coincidental that the earliest known Homo sapiens sapiens remains (modern humans) have been found in Africa (the area of Anunnaki mines) and in a cave in Israel (part of the Anunnaki culture)? The site lies near "Eden" where the Anunnaki-oriented human civilization allegedly flourished, involving the sexual intercourse between gods and humans described in the Bible and other texts. Could such an astonishing situation be what led to another level of human physical and social development? This correspondence of three sources (fossils, DNA studies, Sumerian texts) for the same general period cannot prove the advanced beings-intervention hypothesis, but the coincidence is compelling. (113)

Climate warms again. The sons of the gods take the daughters of Man as wives. (146)

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