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Did this culture steal anything from anyone or did we rise on our own merits,,?

What made Homo-sapiens at this point rise? Did we steal bracelet making technology from the Denisovans?

Did we wipe out Neanderthals for a reason?

Why the rapid rise of a mankind from the Aurignacian culture? What drove it to rise above others?

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Text to the horse figurine, above.

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There's already a topic about this :)

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New theory…the Aurignacian women saved you from yourselves and kept humankind alive….? lol

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Who is Samson without Delilah? Who is David without Bathsheba? Who is Paris without Helen..? ….

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The first magi were women. Prove me wrong.

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Where are the figurines of men?  You know where? No where.

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I’m waiting….I have a replica of this figurine.  Isn’t she lovely? Do you have one? 

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Ok, I got it: it's about women.

But what does the Vogelherd idol got to do with that?

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Why did they carve a beautiful bracelet when still connected to Denisovians? To give to his woman of course.

The lead taken by men was for the woman. I see this now. That’s why humankind became intelligent, if I could call it that. The Aurignacian men were probably extremely horny, yes dear, no dear, I’ll carve an ivory horse for you dear.

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1 minute ago, Abramelin said:

Ok, I got it: it's about women.

But what does the Vogelherd idol got to do with that?

See post below or above. Omg that ivory horse is so beautiful. love you babe. Like true. That’s how things work, even today.

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7 minutes ago, The Puzzler said:

See post below or above. Omg that ivory horse is so beautiful. love you babe. Like true. That’s how things work, even today.

 

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The lack of respect for women is the dearth of society today, once women become like men…and these feminists are driving it, no Miss Universe, no Grid girls, we are done and the whole of society will collapse…without a need to impress women is like Bladerunner, with fem bots…unfeeling….I named  my daughter Rachel, the fem bit in Bladerunner, she’s so beautiful. What are we without a beauty to chase, you’re nothing. Tbh.

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2 minutes ago, Abramelin said:

 

That’s good but it’s not. I got a similar one for ya.

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The drunk guy half way in is the  same who plays Gollum in Lord of the Rings…Andy Serkis.

 

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Ok, so it's a woman's world.

I'll shoot: women made men creative?

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1 hour ago, The Puzzler said:

Did this culture steal anything from anyone or did we rise on our own merits,,?

What made Homo-sapiens at this point rise? Did we steal bracelet making technology from the Denisovans?

Did we wipe out Neanderthals for a reason?

Why the rapid rise of a mankind from the Aurignacian culture? What drove it to rise above others?

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Well, let's link some info about these people:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurignacian

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18 minutes ago, Abramelin said:

Ok, so it's a woman's world.

I'll shoot: women made men creative?

Yes.

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19 minutes ago, Abramelin said:

Ok, so it's a woman's world.

I'll shoot: women made men creative?

You think a man made this for himself? What for? No way, he gave it to his Missus.

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What a strange thread this is.

Weej

(woman)

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10 minutes ago, Abramelin said:

Well, let's link some info about these people:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurignacian

I’m not even a feminist, I’m an an anti-feminist, the loss of a sexy female in society spells doom…I doubt Aurignacian were any different and now, when I read  stories of the women being the reason for war etc.l.,it’s clear. 
So to be sure, yea, I think these ancient sculptures were possibly made, to impress women. Even this horse.

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2 minutes ago, The Puzzler said:

You think a man made this for himself? What for? No way, he gave it to his Missus.

Yes. And to his kids. And to friends. And just because he liked to create something.

Or for himself.

Women do that too, so I don't see the point.

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11 minutes ago, Abramelin said:

Yes. And to his kids. And to friends. And just because he liked to create something.

Or for himself.

Women do that too, so I don't see the point.

For the kids, Ive given my kids nothing. Himself. My man gives himself nothing.

Everything he does and they do is for me. I’m not even allowed to look at another man.

I do not wish to incite war among men.

Like I’m not being vain or anything…if you see past it. That’s how it is. Men should be Hector, When Hector dies, like he did, from who? Achilles… A man who was full of rage against what? Having his woman taken off him…the real name of The Iliad is The Rage of Achilles.

Maybe our blind bard was a philosopher but we were too blind to see…or read what he wrote.

How did the Phaeacians know where they were going? Thoughts, maybe they too, were blind.

 

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OK, back on track…why were the Aurignacians so successful?

They say when art can be made, mankind has accomplished the basics.

Why make an ivory horse?

For leisure or pleasure? 

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4 minutes ago, The Puzzler said:

Why make an ivory horse?

For leisure or pleasure? 

We can never know and guessing is just for our amusement.

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