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Most people think that somehow we are all related (we are all human) but at the same time we somehow have hated each other throughout history. And sure, we have had some disputes, but we didn't get where we are by building walls. “Walls that keep out danger, keep out knowledge”.

A lot of people think “Without law and order, Society would fall in to chaos”, well they have a reason for thinking that. There was a man named Napoleon Chagnon, he was a corrupt doctor of Anthropology (cultural studies) who went to the Amazon to study people at their most “basic”. He came back and told everyone “When I went there, I just saw them hacking each other apart”, and he backed it up with observational research. But what he didn't tell everyone, which was found out later, was that he had gone to different tribes asking for people's last names and parents names and grandparents names, but in their culture it was taboo to do that. But he offered machetes, axes and shotguns to anyone that would give him a name. Then to make sure the name was right, he would go to the other tribe and say “Those guys told me that your dad and grandfather are so and so” then that would make that tribe mad, so he would know that it was true. But people still consider his findings to be relevant, even though most people have no idea who he is, and his books still sell today in where he documented the wars he started between these people, but acted as if they had always been that way.




If you are wondering how modern Sociology like this effects punishment, there is the “Broken Windows Theory”. If you have ever heard anyone say “Clean up the Streets” they are working on broken windows theory.The theory that if 1 window is broken, other people will come break windows, so fix all the windows and no one will break windows. But that does not leave room for socio-economic status, or people like Dr. Chagnon bringing guns (and in modern times, oxycontin) to a community that would otherwise just be stoned on Amazonian plants and trading trinkets. So we put poor people in jail thinking they are “broken windows”, and people who are being manipulated by new people in the community telling everyone they need guns or something a long those lines. When the Tea Party uses guns, we all forget about it, when a small town with mostly black people uses guns, we send in the national guard (look up “Ferguson” if you don't know what I am talking about).

Public sit-ins are legal


Police may not try to stop a public meeting preemptively unless they notify those gathering and allow them to defend their right to gather.


“Breach of the Peace Statutes”, such as those in Ferguson, are illegal because they could incite violence.


Dispersing Peaceful crowds is also illegal


Random fact, police dogs speak German usually.

I am not a Christian or an Atheist (most people like to peg me as one or the other), I am a certified Minister and I research ancient traditions, Eastern , Western & Aboriginal. If you need a wedding, funeral or excorcism I can legally do it.


Religious Public Speech is protected by these rulings, which were both MEANT to defend the most extreme of groups, since they both ruled this way in defense of the Ku Klux Klan.



The Religious Freedom Restoration Act holds the federal government responsible for accepting additional obligations to protect religious exercise.


It is never illegal to gather and bother people about your faith on the street


NO law shall be made to promote or hinder a religion.


Laws may not be passed that decide how religious doctrine should work


Religion does not mean that due process gets thrown out the window


Most people seem to think that Christianity, Judaism and Islam are the only religions that exist, and they are all different. THEY ARE NOT. There are many other religions, and Christianity, Judaism and Islam are all the SAME religion. They just have different main books. But the Bible contains the Torah (Jewish Bible), and the Quran (Muslim Bible) says that the Christian Bible is God's word. They are the same religion.

Basic Information Before Leaving Earth

Now, First off, to get your brain juices flowing check out the “Mantis Shrimp” who can see more colors than you. It can also punch hard enough to break glass, and fast enough to boil water.


There are entire Light spectrum that humans simply do not have ready access to with our regular body. But throughout history we have been able to watch animals that do and follow their lead. Just like we use dogs to smell for us, but with other animals it has been more of a distant observation.


We can now make dog whistles and “mosquito apps” to see what humans can hear, but before there were just things we couldn't hear but we knew animals like dogs and cats could.


The link between ALL organisms is Electro-Chemical signals. Everything from plants defenses and growth, to human action and emotion, and even ant communication. We all operate on Electo-Chemical signals. Your brain is kind of like an ant pile.


And I want to point out that IF intelligent aliens exist, they will be AT LEAST as alien to us as ants and , elephants. We need to figure out how to live with these guys before we try contacting anyone else.



In Thailand there are painting elephants.


There was even already one doctor who recorded a dolphin mimicking words it learned from him.



If an animal can recognize itself in a mirror, we consider it to be kind of like a human.






The Greeks, Egyptians and others did not actually think that there were magic Gods in the sky, an example of this are the words “Mentor” and “Nemesis”, we still use these words today, but they are the words of ancient Goddesses. Mentor was a representative of Athena in your life, and Nemesis was your “Karma” for not worshiping the same way as everyone else. Basically the same as when someone stops going to church everyone wants to talk trash about them in the church community, that was the Ancient Greek “Nemesis”. Then there is the Goddess Mnemosyne, which is where the modern word “Mnemonic” comes from.




“Mnemonic Device”







Mnemosyne was the “Mother” of the “Muses” aka “The Arts”.

Calliope (Epic Poetry)

Clio (History)

Euterpe (Music)

Erato (Lyric Poetry)

Melpomene (Tragedy)

Polyhymnia (Hymns)

Terpsichore (Dance)

Thalia (Comedy)

Urania (Astronomy)

We think of Zeus as a magic man in the sky with a beard and lightning bolts, but that is not what the Greeks thought. To them Zeus was the Planet Jupiter, and Jupiter was associated with a month, that month was associated with different seasonal customs, etc. Mneumonics were important to ancient societies.

This can still be found in the modern “Farmer's Almanac” which will tell you where the planets are, where the moon is, when the sun will rise, etc. So that you know when to plant, when to harvest, etc.


And there were “Mimesos” who used “mīmēma” to “Mimic” the Gods, and we got “Actors”.


In Medieval Times, they used the “Guidonian Hand” as a Mnemonic device for Singers. Our hands have always been Mnemonic devices, for counting and other things.


The Greeks also liked “Symmetry” which is where the word “Symbol” comes from. Symmetry means equal on both sides, “Symbol” means that it is something that shows equal qualities on both sides. Ex: America uses the symbol of the Eagle to try to show what qualities they want the word to see.

They were also interested in “Chirality”, which is like your hands, where they are the same, aka “Polar Opposites”. Like the Mythical creature the “Chimera” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chirality


And ancient people thought of the “Soul” differently than we do today. In ancient Greece the soul went right along side things like the Psyche and the Ego, which were involved with Gods like Pan. Ina ancient Egypt the “Soul” was 5 parts: 1. The Heart (Ib), Sheut (Shadow/Statue), Ren (Name), Ba (Personality), Ka (Life Spark), Akh (Intillect). The concept of the Shadow soul is probably the reason aboriginals thought that photographs captured the soul, in Ancient Egypt they would have people draw sillouettes so they could live on after death (along with all the mummification rituals).


We look at Judaism, Christianity and Islam and for some reason we think they are the only 3 religions in the world, and that they are vastly different. Those 3 religions are ALL based on the same exact books, Christianity and Islam just added new ones and Judaism added to the old ones over time. Then there are hundreds of other faiths, mostly based on cultural traditions from the region, or stories that have been passed down, or even tools that they use (axes, wheels, etc). So in reality, all of these “religions” are just our best attempt to rationalize what it means to be an Earthling, but thinking we are better than all the plants and animals, but not knowing why


This image is the tree of life in the middle, with the Eye of Horus and Evil Eye medallion (to keep jealously and evil away), surrounded by various symbols showing the power of the sun and the moon aka male and female (day and night/ocean tides, etc), as well as a few other natural symbols that are important to me.

Here is some random information that can help anyone that lives in or is coming to America, it is not legal advice: Not many people know this, but being a Mayor, Judge or Sheriff usually has NO REQUIREMENTS except to win an election and be a certain age. I have seen people win elections in small towns won with people holding “Honk if You're Voting for X” signs on a busy corner. And becoming a notary or suggesting that people who need jobs become notaries can be very helpful. Being able to notarize documents opens up a lot of doors in business and law. According to law, any notarized document that goes unchallenged, is truth.

Our politicians and news anchors freak out when their twitters blow up, just like everyone else. So twitter campaigns can actually do something. Calling and emailing are effective as well, and many politicians make this information public.

Here is how to get a political organization started http://www.fec.gov/ans/answers_pac.shtml

Best way to get a Visa for someone http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/O_visa

Share this with anyone that wants to help take back control of the media and politics. http://www.rollitup.org/t/internet-based-news-cycle.836480/

The Supreme court ruled in 1968 that a taxpayer has legal standing to sue the government for misuse of tax funds. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flast_v._Cohen

And spreading literature is protected speech http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_v._Struthers

MAXIMS Argumentum a simili valet in lege An argument from a like case avails in law

Audi alteram partem Hear the other side

Aequum et bonum est lex legum That which is equal and good is the law of laws

Animus hominis est anima scripti Intention is the soul of an instrument

Applicatio est vit regulae Application is the life of a rule

Arbor dum crescit; lignum cum crescre nescit A tree is so called while growing, but wood when it ceases to grow (Words have very specific meanings, and if a law is not specific, it may not actually apply the way people commonly think it does)

Actore non probante absolvitur reus If the plaintiff does not prove his case the defendant is aquitted

Actori incumbit onus probandi The burden of proof lies on the plaintiff

Actus curiae neminem gravabit An act of the court shall prejudice no one

Actus legis nemini est damnosus An act of law shall prejudice no man

Actus non facit reum, nisi mens sit rea The act itself does not constitute guilt unless done with guilty intent

Ad officium justiciariorum spectat, unicuique coram eis placitanti justitiam exhibere It is the duty of the justices to adminster justice to everyone seeking it from them

Actio Personalis Moritur Cum Persona A personal right of action dies with a person (corporations get around this, because they are people that don't die)

Ad quaestionem facti non respondent judices; ad quaestionem juris non respondent juratores To questions of fact the judges do not answer, to questions of law the jury do not answer.

Causa proxima non remota spectatur The immediate, not the remote cause, is to be considered.

Now for the main section The reason we (People in general) have mostly skulls as preserved humans is because they are made to handle impact and seem to last longer than any other part of the body. And many of these were found in places that no one had ever found anything. These people usually just go out to some place random country that someone else found something in and look around the desert or mountains, etc. Modern Humans are most notable for our teeth, which marks the true shift in to the modern type of humans. Eventually mummies became the best way for Archaeologists to get a “snapshot in time”. We can also find things out by seeing what people were doing with tools, animals and what they were carving or eating. Pottery design is also very helpful in figuring out who was where. (the colors of these people are not meant to represent the fossil record, it is just the only one online that shows both male and female evolution) Someone should draw this with all melinated people all the way through, advancing with fire and stone and boats and stars and dogs, then an albino at the end with a cow and some milk and cheese and ice.




If you want to see the whole fossil record from 7 million years ago, here is the link: http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/08/the-fossil-record.html

If you know of any artifacts I missed in this whole thing let me know. I recently added dinosaur stuff to part 1 (they learned that T-Rex's had feathers and tons of other stuff, like a mammal that ate a dinosaur, which means there were more than just rat and mole type creatures around at the time of the dinosaurs, but not full humans). Here is what the T-Rex is theorized to look like now. Chickens have been known to be closely related to dinosaurs for longer than these pictures have been around. the T-Rex was around 67,000,000 years ago. http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/08/i-bet-you-didnt-know-you-live-on-alien.html




This was the first thing to ever walk on land according to the fossils we have found so far. So unless you or someone else finds something else, then this is the animal that ALL land animals come from. Once this was found it helped prove evolution as a theory, because someone guessed what it would look like and where it would be according to evolutionary theory. It is called a Tiktaalik, it lived 375,000,000 years ago.



You are probably thinking “How does a lizard fish become a human?” right? well, the world does not stay the same all the time. There was a time when humans were about 3 ft tall, and horses were about the same height. And there were 6 foot tall rat beavers (Josephoartigasia). Remember the chart with the 4 squares and the pea plants? When you breed an animal with its parents, or brothers and sisters, you do what is called “Locking in genetics”, this is how Dogs and Cows were made as well as various plants that we farm today, this is also how new strains of Marijuana are “Locked in”. When you get genetics from a new genepool, it gives the animals or plants the ability to adapt in all kinds of crazy ways. So when there are small populations of animals that are in small areas, they become all the same and have “Locked in” genetics, which we now call “Inbred” for humans. But when you open up the gene pool, and allow for new/old genes to meet each other, strange mutations can occur. And if a mutation makes you better at hiding or finding food, you and your kids will live and the rest of your species will die. And we made dogs the way they are in like 100,000 years, imagine what kind of changes can happen in 1,000,000 or 10,000,000 years with no guided breeding. Just wide open genepools running in to each other and the “best” mutant getting to reproduce.



You have probably heard of Ginko Bilboa because people use it to increase their memory capability, which it has been proven to have some effect in, the Gink Trees have been around since at least 200,000,000 years ago, they are the last of a kind of plant that was destroyed during the Ice Age (People call it a “Living Fossil”). It only grows in China naturally, and it MUST have both male and female in order to make a new generation (plants today can reproduce asexually, and some plants have female flowers and other male parts to pollinate itself). The female Ginko tree will even make seeds if just 1 little branch of a male Ginko is put in a hole you drill in the tree. This was a great symbol of Yin and Yang to the Chinses. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ginkgo_biloba


Yuanmou Man 1.7 Million years ago During Ice Age


At this time, the first Olduwan (tool using) culture appears in South Africa. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olduwan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coopers_Cave

And the Gladysvale Cave gives us fossils from all kinds of animals from this time to 54,000 years ago. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gladysvale_Cave


Peking Man 750,000 years ago During Ice Age


As you can see, during the ice age we seemed to get a jump start. I think it is because we started drinking milk from cows which contains Choline, and

Spanish DNA 400,000 years ago from the “Pit of Bones”

There have been various DNA discoveries that have showed us more and more about humanity. The oldest traces of DNA that can be found in an ancient person that can be found in people today is from the “Pit of Bones” in Spain, which is located at the Atapuerca Mountains. This DNA was found to have been related to the “Denisovans” which as you will see later, used to interbreed with modern humans.






Then 200,000 to 400,000 years ago we see evidence of strange activity. This was a watering hole where people would let animals be killed by other animals, or let them die naturally, then butcher and eat them. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duinefontein


Then there is “Mitochondrial Eve” which is a theoretical mother of humanity that has been found by looking in to the human genome. And this has also allowed us to map where we think humans traveled. Looking in to the genome also allows scientists to look for cataclysmic events, which are marked by small populations meaning not many choices in mates aka not a big gene pool at certain times.


Tabun Cave Woman Israel 120,000 years ago


About 1,000,000 years ago in Wonderwerk Cave (South Africa) we find evidence of the first camp fires, and by 100,000 BC control of fire was widespread in the human race. Cooking changed the food we ate, therefore changing our bodies in a way that no Hominid had ever done before. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonderwerk_Cave http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swartkrans


Arrowheads and other things have been found around Oman as far back as 106,000 years ago. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sultanate_of_Oman#Prehistory


If you have ever seen this knife, it comes from the people that live in modern Oman. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oman http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khanjar


It is also probable that at some point around this time an animal like the Ibis, or the Otter taught us how to look for food in the water and possibly showed us that other places existed by flying across the water to get there, confusing early man. The African Sacred Ibis and Australian White Ibis are “Sister Species”, which means they have not been very separate very long. The Ancient Egyptians mummified them by the millions, and used their image as the head of their God “Thoth” who was said to have invented Math, Writing and tons of other stuff by looking at the balance of the universe, and Ibis wings are the inspiration or Ma'at's wings which represent the balance of the universe. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_white_ibis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_sacred_ibis





And, Ostriches used to live in Egypt… Just a little random thing that makes no sense. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1046/j.1365-2699.2001.00599.x/abstract?systemMessage=Wiley+Online+Library+will+be+disrupted+9th+Aug+from+10-2+BST+for+essential+maintenance.+Pay+Per+View+will+be+unavailable+from+10-6+BST.

Once people began eating fish, they would have been consuming Omega-3 in higher amounts than before, and thought patterns would have changed over various generations, and possibly even brain design itself may have evolved after thousands of years of activity in regions that were not as active before.


The first evidence of this activity, can be found in South Africa. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klasies_River_Caves

And Pinnacle Point, Mossel Bay, South Africa. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinnacle_Point



And “Python Cave” in Botswana is evidence of human activity that is not 100% understood yet. It seems like people were there for a very long time though. What we CAN learn from it though, is that humans were doing rituals around 70,000 years ago. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsodilo http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2006/12/061222-python-ritual.html



And during the time of Python cave, humans were making massive behavioral developments, South Africa's Blombos cave shows us this. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blombos_Cave



This is also where the plant known as “African Dream Root” grows. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silene_undulata

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Kanna, another psychoactive, but unrelated to dreams, can also be found in South Africa. Evidence shows that it could be one of the first religious sacramental plants ever to exist. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sceletium_tortuosum


And “African Dream Herb”, which can be found all over the world. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_Dream_Herb


And around 60,000 years ago, in South Africa, the FIRST human symbols EVER were drawn. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diepkloof_Rock_Shelter


the Howieson Poort shelter came soon after and represents another jump in behavior. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howieson%27s_Poort_Shelter


Sibithu cave in South Africa also shows evidence of technology advancement, like bedding and glue. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibudu_Cave

The bedding was the plant known as “Imphepho” which is the main ingredient of “Hottentot Tea”. This plant grows all around the world and is even considered a weed in California.



Mungo Man Australia 50,000 years ago A common theme in History is that “People were not able to cross large bodies of water until we made large wooden ships”. And for the most part, this has gone unchallenged. But a few things Archaeologists and Anthropologists have discovered leave large questions to be answered. Such as, the Mungo man. The Mungo man is a skeleton that is located in Australia, and he died in Australia 50,000 years ago. Think about this, we are in 2014 AD and we think 2000 years is a long time. Imagine humans going from Africa to Australia via Asia and a theoretical land bridge (or possibly by boat) 70,000 years ago. Then that leaves another question, “How did the modern Aboriginals (supposed descendants of the Mungo man) become Homo Sapiens with a massive body of water in the way that we can't even find a missing plane in today (The Indian Ocean is where the Malaysian Airliner disappeared)


Here are the modern Aboriginals





If you do not know what separates Australia from Asia, there is a random line that certain birds and bats don't cross, called the “Wallace Line”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallace_Line


To get to Australia they would have needed a boat right? Now, I am not denying the land bridge theory, but a man named Thor Heyerdahl did some research and discovered that they had boats in Ancient Egypt, but we just don't have many left because they were made of reeds and didn't preserve long enough for us to keep. But we do have drawings of boats, and men fishing, which proves that they at least had the concepts if not used boats regularly. In 1947 (Kon-Tiki), 1969 (Ra I) and 1970 (Ra II) Thor Heyerdahl used ancient Egyptian and Peruvian Reed boat models (which are both basically identical even though they were across the ocean from each other), and he proved that using simple reed boats ancient people could have gone anywhere a large wooden ship could.


Modern Peruvian Made


Ancient Egyptian Model


These would have been made with Giant Reed or something similar, which can be found by pretty much any watery area. It can grow massive amounts in only a few days or weeks, and it can purify water (grow in shitty water and absorb the water making it clean).


In Aboriginal Australian Oral tradition and according to the paintings and carvings that show their mythology, there was a time called “Dream Time” when great things were happening. I personally believe that this is when many of what we call “Gods” were made. Someone would make a boat, and take some tools and go to show them to new people. And as the new culture got used to the sailor, the kids would want to be like him, then when they grew up he would give them some seeds he knew weren't in the other place and tell the kid “sail 60 days towards the sunrise and you should find my people”, then someone who was a kid meeting a God becomes the God himself to the new people. There is evidence of this all over the world in various tools, pottery and even DNA tests. Evidence of Dream Time Oceanic philosophy can be seen in the “Kula Ring” which is an example of tribal people's who's custom is to travel across large expanses of ocean to trade trinkets. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kula_ring http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Columbian_trans-oceanic_contact

Modern Kula Canoe


Acacia in Texas and Mexico

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Asian Acacia


Then there are the Igbo people, who are one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa. They are known for growing Yams, which they celebrate the harvest of. Yams are a plant that no one really understands, because it somehow got from Africa to America during this time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igbo_people

They also grow Taro

Then there is Cassava aka Yuka root, which is basically everywhere, and everyone uses it to make alcohol and food that can last on long trips without rotting. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassava#Uses http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cauim http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kasiri http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicha#Amazonia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nihamanchi


People probably started trading bird eggs and nests at this time, and the Weaver Bird (which can be found all the way from Asia to south Africa) probably inspired weaving and shelter building, something like these nests may have also been how many people found fire earlier on, as well as boat making from Reeds.






In Asia birds were and are still used to try to predict the future. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augury http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parrot_astrology


La Farrassie 1 France 10,000-50,000 years ago


44,000 BC a set of tools in South Africa is made that is almost identical to those made by the modern San People. If you have seen the movie “Animals are Beautiful People” the San people are in that movie. They are known for being able to find water in the desert via their knowledge of tubers (tubers are root systems that bulk up like a potato is). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Border_Cave http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_people


Neanderthal 1 Germany 40,000 years ago


Around 37,000 BC the first people settle the Island we now call “Japan”. These people at some time developed a relationsip with the dolphins, and started helping each other. The dolphins chase the fish in to the nets, and the fisherman give them a share of the fish. http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2013/01/fishing_with_dolphins_symbiosis_between_humans_and_marine_mammals_to_catch.html


Also, at some point the people of Japan found the puffer-fish which they call “fugu”, and it is a delicacy. If prepared wrong (meaning if the liver of the fish is not removed completely), then a person could eat the fugu and die. Some people have been known to die for 3 days (no breathing, etc) then come back to life on the 3rd day. It has been found that dolphins actually play with puffer fish in order to get a “high” where they act funny. This may be how Japanese people originally discovered the effects of the puffer. Unless they found out by catching and eating one. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Nojiri http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/science-sushi/2013/12/30/stoned-dolphins-give-puff-puff-pass-whole-new-meaning/#.U_AftPldW0U http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrodotoxin



This is probably around the same time the first whales were Worshiped. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_worship#Whale


Around this time there was the discovery of Denisovans, which actually came before the Pit of Bones discovery. And when they tested Denisovan DNA, they found that it had traces of modern human DNA.



And around the same time, thanks to Tianyuan cave we see that people in Asia were related to Native Americans. And the DNA of the Clovis boy backs this up.



One of the first Homo Sapiens in Europe was the Grimaldi man, which was found in Italy.



People look at the Hunter Gatherer model and automatically assume that the men were in charge and the women were raising children. But if you look a little harder, you will actually see that the woman was the God and the man was a servant, with the cave being something like a family womb/nest that the man would bring things back to.


During this time things are happening in a random place. Poland. Probably something similar to “Mauer 1” which was discovered in nearby Germany. These people (Not exactly sure what species) were hunting and fishing. And eventually Humans (Homo Sapien) come around and start carving Idols of women, like the Venus of Willendorf in Germany (38,000 Years old) and the Wilczyce site in Poland (around 14,000 years old).


The first “Image of God” that was carved by a human, was the form of a woman. There are tons of examples of this throughout history, and they are known as “Venus Statuettes” because the feminine “aspect” is symbolized by the symbol of Venus, the Male is symbolized by the symbol of Mars. These are the modern “Gender” symbols that are used. “Mars” is also the root word of “Martial Arts”.




Red Lady of Paviland, Wales 33,000 years ago


33,000 years ago is also around the same time as the first Dog we know of, in a cave in Siberia. Call the Razboinichya dog. http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0022821


Megalania, which existed until around 30,000 BC.



Cro Magnon 1 27,500 years ago


And Siberian DNA found in Malta, shows that 24,000 years ago Siberians were related to Native Americans. http://geogenetics.ku.dk/latest-news/malta/

Then comes the native Brazilian “Indians” that had Polynesian DNA. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/03/brazil-polynesia-link-dna-skulls_n_2999690.html


Around 20,000 BC http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pech_Merle


Then 18,000 BC there is the Pepper plant and its relatives (Like Kava Kava). The pepper plant (and its relatives) has a unique formation, where the leaf seems to have a spear poking out. And this plant have traveled to all the same places as the “AtlAtl” which is known as a “Woomera” by Australian Aboriginals, and seems to be modeled after the pepper leaf.


Woomera, can be used as grinding bowl or weapon sling.


American AtlAtl


How they are used

Kava is related to Pepper-corn plants, but is known for it's Marijuana like effects. Not the exact same as Marijuana, but “Sedative Euphoriant” effects. It can also make your mouth numb. When Mixed with Marijuana, they work together in a way they would never each work alone, this is called “Synergy”.



Clogg's Cave Australia 17,000 years ago http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloggs_Cave

Eve of Naharon 13,600 years ago


Around 12,000 BC the Nufian Culture settled and over time began trading shipping figs to different places, like Egypt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natufian_culture

Then the Ice Age ends around 11,500 BC.


in Jericho (Syro-Palestinian, which is Bible stuff) and UrfaTurkey (Where the first statue was made, instead of statuettes).

Israel and Syria

Turkey and Greece


Syro-Palestinian Jericho.


Near Bethlaham, 11,000 BC (Ain Sakhri)




And contrary to what people say, as you can see, these people were hunter gatherers and they were able to come together and build, they were not just in tents.

La Brea Woman Los Angeles around 10,000 years ago… (12,000ish BC) When the crazy stuff starts. Tons of cool things have been found in the La Brea tar pits. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Brea_Tar_Pits



This is also the first evidence we see of cattle farming. In China, 10,000 BC. Once we started farming cows, we would have had extra milk to consume. Once we had extra milk, we would have had more Choline in our brains, and this would have lead to a higher capacity for cognitive function. Cognitive function is like when you turn a crank, and it turns a gear or “cog” and that cog spins another cog. This action happens in our brain. When we are told something, we have “cognitive” activity that attaches that thought to other thoughts. And there is also “recognition” when you “recognize” someone you are using cognitive function. If you have ever heard someone say that “smoking cigarettes clears your head” that is because nicotine works similarly to Choline, but Choline is not addictive. If you can not drink milk but you want Choline in the modern day, you can order it online in pure form. For extra cognitive action you can mix it with Piracetam for a Synergistic effect. Piracetam is prescribed in other countries for people that need help studying and focusing, but in America it is considered an over the counter supplement type thing.



Around this same time Hemp cord is found in Taiwan, which was mans first time humans could start to make clothes with things apart from animal hides.


Around 10,000 BC human beings around Egypt (known to the people of “Egypt” as “Kemet”, the word “Egypt” coms from “Aegyptos”) were the first to ever map the stars. The location of this “Map” is known as Nabta Playa.



Around the Time of Nabta Playa it was not actually Egypt that was doing things, it was Nubia. There was a Kingdom known as the Kerma Kingdom, it is at LEAST 9,500 years old and is deeper in Africa than Egypt is. They had lived in this area for tens of thousands of years, but at this time there were buried dwellings, graves and tools. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kerma



No one is absolutely sure how the first people to map the stars did it, but it has recently been discovered that Dung Beetles (AKA: The Ancient Egyptian Scarab, AKA: Khepri) use the stars, the sun and the moon to navigate. As well as used dung balls to roll around on (even rolling off small cliffs for fun), which probably taught humans how to make wheels.


In Ancient Egypt the Scarab Beetle was known as “Khepri” AKA: The Keeper. And this was an important icon to the Kemetic people. They saw the Beetle as a symbol for human growth. It starts as an egg, becomes a larva, then a Beetle. At which point it uses materials from other animals to care for its young and repeat the cycle. Basically representing the potential of the Children. They also believed it pushed the sun across the sky, so tracking it gives you hours. In ancient Egypt different hours were associated with different Gods. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dung_beetle#Scarab_in_ancient_Egypt


Basically, they viewed the Dung Beetle like modern people view butterflies. But they had a deeper relationship to it.


When you say “Australia” most Americans have a few things pop up in their heads. A Kangaroo and a Boomerang. Which brings up the next unexplained phenomenon known as “Throwing Sticks”. Most Historians will chalk this up to “They probably invented these things independent of each other out of necessity” and I would like anyone reading this to accept that theory, until you start to see correlations that are too strong to be coincidence. What a throwing stick is, is basically a curved stick for throwing, so you can hit a bird or small animal in the neck or back and knock it down. The Boomerang is basically an advanced version of a Throwing Stick. The ones in the picture are actually African (Egyptian) not Australian. They can also be found in Europe, Asia and the Americas, popping up around 10,000 BC.


Then, next as you may have been thinking after the throwing stick, comes the lineage of the Dog. The first Dogs were around Europe and Asia, which is also where the first Boomerangs/Throwing Sticks were, and the first dogs that they consider to be truly “domesticated” are the ones than got buried the same as humans. The first domestic dogs have also been found to have been on mostly sea food diets, which leads me to believe that the people that domesticated them had boats to fish on, and dogs may have even been fishing companions. Dogs are another strange phenomenon that no one can really explain why, but they are in Australia (Dingo), America (Carolina Dog) and Asia (Common Breeds). Another animal like this is the Opossum, which can only be found in America and Australia and I think they have a relative in Africa, like the tree Kangaroo or something.


And in New Guinea (just north of Australia) there is a special dog, the Singing Dog. it is known for being able to vocalize sounds that other dogs can not. It would be considered part of the Dingo species, but are just a little different. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Guinea_singing_dog


Also in and around New Guinea is the Papuan people, who have a strange genome that scientists have not discovered the benefit of yet. They are also the only humans known to have any Denisovan DNA still, most of us only go as far back as Neanderthal. You probably automatically assume this makes them “worse” somehow, but what it means is that the planet has a genepool that might allow us to survive things we don't expect to even happen. When species are seperated for a long time, then come back together, sometimes it creates entirely new adaptations that were not available to either one before. They arrived where they are around the same time as the Mungo man. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papuan_people http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asmat_people http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korowai_people http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kombai_people http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iatmul_people http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yali_people http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dani_people



The Abelam & Lani people are Papuan, and they, like tribes in Africa and America, celebrate the Yam, but no one knows how it got to these places. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abelam_people http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lani_people


The Bilibil tribe of the Papuan people are still known for traveling long distances in their canoes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bilibil_people


Around 9,000 BC we see the first evidence of Fig trees in Jordan (in the West Bank of Palestine), Fig trees will come up a few times later. And if you remember, they were in the Bible a lot. This is the first evidence of Agriculture, but more is needed to know for sure, but they are considered to have been “domesticated figs”. Figs also showed up around this time (not necessarily domesticated) in Gilgal, Jericho, Netiv Hagdud. The site in the West Bank is called “Gesher”.


Fig trees cannot pollinate themselves, they need the help of another creature such as a “fig wasp”, which may be evidence that the Fig Wasp taught us about farming. The wasps life cycle is based on the cycles of the tree, so it would have probably been very educational for early humans to watch their habits. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fig_wasp#Life_cycle


The Cluster Fig is still considered sacred in India. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ficus_racemosa


And I am not sure if you have heard of these things, but there have been a few strange underwater discoveries. The most recent and most epic of which is Dwarka in the Gulf of Khambhat in India. The reason this is such a big deal is because before this, the oldest known civilization in India was the “Indus Valley Civilization”, but this civilization is not only older, but right on (actually under now) the water. And since it was built so close to the ocean, this means they were fishing or boating for trade. And this is 10,000 BC-ish. Imagine trans-oceanic trade happening for like 8,000 more years than we thought it was. And if India was trading by boat, this would explain how all these things got from Africa to Australia and vice-versa since it is in the middle. And not a lot of people know this, but most of the caves from Ancient “Cave Man” times can be found in Asia, and the way they were made was by using hard stones to carve out the wall of a softer stone until a cave existed, and even now people in India will use this method to create elaborate cave temples. Indias oldest known port to (so far) was in the ancient city of Lothal.

Random cave in India


Dwarka http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarka


We have all heard the story of the “Garden of Eden”, where Adam and Eve ate of the “Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil”, which made them “Like God”. Then also in the story, they say that there is a “Tree of Life”, and that supposedly makes people immortal. But in most cultures there was only one tree, the Tree of Life. In Ancient Egypt the Tree of Life was even identifies as the “Acacia” tree or “The Wattle Tree” to Aussies. The Acacia tree developed a resistance to flames around 20,000,000 years ago, meaning that fire was a pretty big problem back then. Some other strange facts about the Acacia, they evolved to work together with Ants, where they let ants live in holes in their thorns, while the ants protect them from parasites. These plants are also known to (depending on species and season) contain: DMT, 5-Meo-DMT & Mescaline. Egyptian Tree of Life




Acacia extractions are not difficult, the Egyptians were known to have Naptha which could have been used to make extractions, but even just water and a heat source would have been enough. In South America they make a brew called “Ayahuasca” which is DMT plants mixed with MAOI plants in a tea. If it were boiled all the way down, or left to evaporate, you would be left with something similar to hash, but with MUCH different effects than cannabis.


One of the species of Acacia that does NOT have Alkaloids (DMT, etc) makes use of ants. It feeds the ants, and the ants protect it. The ants probably let people to food (tiny pellets that the tree feeds the ants) meaning the ants probably showed someone the tree for food, and they found that it's sister could be used to “gain knowledge” through alkaloids.


There is no known use for this stuff except to feed the ants.


India Tree of Life


In Saudi Arabia they claim to have the “Tomb of Eve”. But nothing has been proven there. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tomb_of_Eve

The reason the Ancient Egyptians lived on the Nile, was because it would flood every year, which would allow them to store water in man made places, as well as ring a bunch of sedentary dirt up that had been mixing around with nutrient rich fish and alligator poop. The Nile was called “Hapi” and the flood season was associated with Frogs because millions of them would be born when the Nile flooded. The Frog God was “Heget” which would become the later Greek “Hecate” aka “Goddess of Magic”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heget http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hecate


10,000 BC Hash is made in Taiwan. Hashish is also called “Charas”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hashish#History


10,000 years ago, 8,000 BC. Ganj Dareh, Iran.


If you don't know where Iran is.


Then the Mehrgarh people settle India (7000 BC to 2500 BC). MEHR. Remember that word. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mehrgarh http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sindh#History

Lapis Lazuli beads have been found here, proving that there was an Ancient trade route between the Indus valley and Afghanistan (Badakshan, where the Lapis was mined)


Cayonu Turkey (One of the First Farming Civilizations) and Mureybet Syria (The Other First Farming Civilization) where they found farm spots AND Venuses and… Figs. These people probably came from the people at Jericho and Urfa.

During this time, the Bible says (or at least the people that argue for it say this) the world did not exist yet, since it is only 6,000 years old which means it started in 4,000 BC. But somehow the people in the Bible were talking about stuff from this time period as if it happened later… And around this time, Turkey was becoming something like a hub of technology, History according to the Bible

Turkey Could be the Land of the Gods: http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/07/black-history-civilization-starters.html We Still Celebrate Ancient Turkish Culture today: http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/07/black-turkishgreek-spainish-history.html









“Fruit” is the “Ovaries” of the plant, where the seeds are held. A “Vegetable” is ANY part of a plant, including a fruit. So fruit is a vegetable, but vegetables are not fruit. I learned this by reading about Oklahoma's state vegetables (I just wanted to know all the state vegetables on day for some reason) and they have the watermelon as their vegetable. I thought they were stupid, until I looked it up, and learned that fruits are vegetables.


Once we learned that fruit was where the seeds are, we would have soon after learned germination, as our “garbage” seeds began to grow, using any fish leftovers, feces etc as fertilizer. Or even just growing naturally. We do know that when we came in to contact with the native Americans they knew about fish as fertilizer, and they are sometimes considered to be a “snapshot into the stoneage”. Germination itself is pretty simple and may have come before farming, it is where you put seeds in a place where you know they will grow roots. You can germinate them in dirt, or in an isolated place (in modern times people use a wet paper towel in a plastic bag, or a petri-dish and agar as food).


Eventually we would have learned what a Male plant was and what a Female plant was, because some plants don't have fruit. Those are the males. And to make “Seedless watermelon” or “Seedless Marijuana” you just have to remove the males. But, if you want to breed new types of plants (which we have learned a lot more about in the past few hundred years, but they would have had basic knowledge of as far as male/female, good plant let it breed/bad plant don't), you have to keep the males and make seeds.


As we learned Farming, we would have learned “Cloning” which is where you use a branch from a plant (cut at the node) to root an entirely new plant. I am not sure when the first ever “mother plant” was, but it was probably around this time.

As they began cloning and pruning (cutting off extra leaves and branches) they would have discovered “topping”, topping is where you chop a branch around the same place you clone, but as close to the new growth as possible. Then, 2 branches will grow out of that spot instead of one.

Here is an example of a plant that has recently been cut on the main stem

Here is a plant that was chopped many times in many places and allowed to grow out.


And eventually we would have learned “Grafting” which can be used to grow a weaker plant on top of a stronger plant's root system. If you graft where you take clones from, you can grow like 5 different species of plant (or more than 5) with 1 root system.

I am not sure if people learned how to breed cows or plants first, but at some point people realized that you could control the outcome of a generation by deciding what animals breed. Intricate knowledge of this process is evident in the “Mazatec” tribe, who somehow without modern breeding techniques were able to take mint and sage (which are non psychoactive species) and breed them together to make salvia, which is known to make people hallucinate.


Modern Understanding


And during this time in Poland, those people are still just hunting and fishing and started using the antlers of the deer in the area to make tools, like Native Americans did.





Uan Muhuggiag Libya 5,000-8,000 years ago


7,500 BC, Wheat is first domesticated in Jordan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wadi_el_Jilat


There are also rock carvings (Petroglyphs) in Libya from this time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matkhendush


Around 6,900 a stone Circle is built in Israel. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlit_Yam


6,800 BC Chogha Mish, Iran (Persia). Archaeological finds destroyed during the recent Iranian revolution. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chogha_Mish


The world's oldest throne was held by a woman, in what is now Turkey. This is from 6,000 BC, which is 4,000 years before stonehenge. And in early Greek history there is the city of Troy (from the poems of Homer, but they have actually found the city in real life) which was said to be founded by the mother “Cybele”. And there is something interesting about Cybele, (depicted 6,000 BCE) she sits in a throne that has two female lions heads as arm rests. And something that most people don't know about lions, the men are lazy and fight amongst each other, while the women use strategy and team work to hunt and raise generation after generation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%87atalh%C3%B6y%C3%BCk


Before 6,000 BC, we see the “Bug Dniester” culture in Europe, shown in Yellow.

Minnesota Woman (around 6,000 BC) 8,000 years ago


6,000 BC, Fisherman's graves in Muscat. Indus Pottery was found there, meaning that there was some level of contact. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muscat,_Oman#History



6,000 BC Samarra in Iraq.


Around this time (6,000 BC) people in Saharan Africa begin importing animals from Asia, and by 5999 BC they had imported goats and sheep.



And in the Egypt we all think of when we think of Egypt was still “Predynastic” meaning that Upper and Lower Nile were not a united Kingdom yet. And the People of the Upper Nile were worshiping bird women, which may itself be some kind of symbol for weaving culture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naqada_culture http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amratian_culture


Mut was the “Mother Goddess” who symbolized the primordial waters and the Cosmos, she is seen wearing a “Modius” which is thought to represent a basket, and is similar to the later “Fez”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mut




In the Georgia mountains (Caucasus mountains aka Caucasian), in Armenia there is the Shulaveri Shomu culture, which existed around 6000-5000 BC. They were farming animals and grapes. They had a “Tree of Life” (they call it Borjgali) symbol which strangely resembles our galaxy, but is probably representative of fire or the sun or both. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shulaveri-Shomu_culture

Then around 4,000-6,000 years ago we see evidence of Charcoal being used.


In Armenia there is a village that has been populated since 5000 BC. There is everything there from ancient stone structures that track the stars, to a castle. So there is a lot of stuff there, I am not sure why this place is never mentioned, I was surprised to find it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metsamor_site


Around this time, the Irish Elk went extinct.






Around this time (5000 BC) Wine making stared in Iran. Wine was probably the first source for the color red as a dye. This is the beginning of Fermentation, and before wine probably came Vinegar. Wine and Vinegar are made the same way, Vinegar is just what happens when you leave the top open or get contaminates. Wine is fermented Alcohol, Cheese is Fermented Milk (no yeast needed for that), Bread that is not flat contains yeast. Most people don't think of yeast this way, but this would have been the beginning of “Yeast farming” where they started breeding yeast for bread, wine & beer, and bred them all separate to give them separate qualities. Now a days there is Distiller's Yeast (the strongest alcohol maker), Champagne yeast (meant to make things bubble), Beer/Wine grade yeast & Bread yeast. All of them will make alcohol, just at different levels. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hajji_Firuz_Tepe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Godin_Tepe


Modern Fermentation is not extremely different than it would have been back then. Just more sanitary now. The left hand side shows a container with an air tight lit that allows bubbles to escape as CO2 is created. On the right is a figure showing a hose leading to a bowl of water to let bubbles out. If you don't let bubbles out, your container could explode.


Around this time the first carvings of scales appear in Egypt.


We all know about the British Kings and Queens, and we know that they have a throne and a crown, but do we known where these customs come from? Well, here is where the Throne comes from. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stone_of_Scone


The simple stone above is known as “The Stone of Scone”, and supposedly it is the stone from the Bible that Jacob slept on that gave him the dread of “Jacob's ladder”. Why a stone that was supposed to be in Israel was in Scotland? No one knows. But this belief is so strong among the royal bloodlines that Britain has used this stone to coronation their Kings and Queens since they found it. There is a place for it under the throne. The British stole it from the Scottish and recently gave it back. They made a deal where Scotland is supposed to give it back to Britain for ceremonies, but either Scotland or Britain probably made a fake to give to the others.


But the history of the Stones is a strange and old one. Their are stones known as “Rocking Stones” in Scotland that are from the stone ages, and they seem to be some kind of weather indicator. As if the people were making “instruments” to measure glacial shift and other things after the Ice Age.


Strangely, similar structures can be found in Canada.


Then there is the “Dagon Stone”. Dagon was a Philistine (Palestinian) God that was known for his affinity to Water and Fish. The stone has traditionally been used in wedding ceremonies.


Then there is the Granny Kempock stone, which also has traditionally been associated with Sailors and Marriage. This type of ancient standing stone altar thing, is call a “Menhir”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menhir


in Ireland there is “Black Pig's Dyke” which are giant excavated parts of land, that have no explanation. The local legend is that they were make by a Giant Black Pig's Tusks.



And tons of things like Bellykeel Dolmen in Ireland. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_megalithic_monuments_in_Ireland


Map of people's building around this time.

Then, one day in Dabki Poland, everyone came together. And there is evidence of this via pottery that has been found in Dabki that proves that various cultures were coming together. And what happened in Dabki was people who were Farming met people that were Hunting and Gathering, and these two types of people started trading. Trading across the Sea. This is documented via Pottery.



In this trade group was “The Funnel Beaker Culture”, they were a people that made beakers (like in Chemistry class kinda) that had special funnel tops, probably to prevent spills when transferring liquids. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Funnelbeaker_culture And they were trading with the Stroked Pottery Culture and the Lengyl Cutlure, and things kept changing and moving. It says they were not trading down to Africa, but they probably were.

Also, the “Beaker Folk”.

And this trading network turned in to the “Corded Ware Culture”, that continued to trade across the sea. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corded_Ware_culture

The Kurgan Hypothesis (most accepted to date) says that the Corded ware culture and the Yamna peolpe mixed, which explains the explosion of water trade at this time (3000-4000 BC). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sredny_Stog_culture http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corded_Ware_culture

Later in History the Romans used basically this same exact trade network and called in “The Amber Road”, and there was basically an Ancient “Pottery, Tool and Plant Road” where ideas and materials were traded around Europe.


Then if you look in to Egyptian history, you find something interesting. Ra is the king (Ra is the Crown aka the Sun), he is atomic energy (Ra worship was kinda like modern calorie counting). but “The Eye of Ra” which carries out his actions for him, and therefor containing all of his actual power, is his a female. His daughter Wadjet, which is sometimes depicted in her cat form “Wadjet-Bast”. The “crown” worn by kings is meant to represent the sun. Also, in ancient Egypt “Isis” was known as “The Mother” and “The Throne”.


Also, most calendars originally used Moon based Measurements. And the moon phases give us the basic structure for what we call “Months” aka “Moonths” (Also, Sun Day and Moon Day aka Sunday and Monday). And they used to think that Women's Menstrual Cycles were related to the Moon Cycles. So women controlled time in a way. And we all have heard people ask “What is your sign”, that is because time used to involve ALL the bodies in the Solar System. Times of the year were associated with planets. Farmers still use this today in what we call “Almanacs”. Benjamin Franklin even used to write them, and random fact, he had a sister that was recently discovered: “Jane Franklin”.




Egypt's Oldest Creation story was the “Ogdoad”, which used 8 Gods to represent their knowledge of the planets in a way we don't understand completely any more.



Another strange symbol in Ancient Egypt is the symbol over Sheshat's head. “No one knows” what it symbolizes… But we all know what it symbolizes… She was also associated with the ancient Egyptian “Rope Stretchers” who would basically survey land for building, and many ancient cultures used hemp to make rope. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rope_stretcher http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seshat


There is evidence that in Ancient Egypt they had knowledge of solvent extractions. They had a tradition of putting lotus flowers in wine, to let the effects of the lotus flow into the wine, which would give the effect of warming in the head when wine was drank.



Also in Ancient Egypt we find “Bes”. A widely worshiped God of Fertility and protection. He is a man with Gold chains and crazy hair, and it seems that he is representative of a standing male lion. And to worship him the people would burn “Syrian Rue Seed” in order to please him. Syrain Rue contains MAOIs which will be mentioned later. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bes



Bes is also similar to later, mythical, “Gorgons”.


In places like India and Turkey they still have customs like this, such as the Evil Eye talismans to ward off Evil, and “Syrian Rue” which is said to ward off evil when burned.


Around 4,500 we see things from the Badari Culture in Egypt. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Badarian


At the same time there is the “Dancing Woman” in the Indus Valley.


Around 3,600-4,000 BC Lapis Lazuli in Egypt from Afghanistan (Badakshan). http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_objects/aes/b/bone_figure_of_a_woman.aspx


Around 3,800 BC the Nubian A-Group Started Farming. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A-Group


3,600 Year Old Egyptian Mummy http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/13/world/africa/egypt-mummy-discovery/


According to what we know for sure Distillation was not invented until the 1st century AD, but the ancient Egyptians used Cinnemaldehyde to make mummies, and the best way to Cinnemaldehyde is by distilling cinnamon ground in water. But it is possible they got it other ways. But cinnemaldehyde itself has many uses and would have allowed for all kinds of advancements in fragrance and incense.


3,500 BC Clay Tokens appear in Iran.


Kazakhstan starts riding horses. http://images.sciencedaily.com/2009/03/090305141627-large.jpg


3,400 Opium Poppies are grown in Sumeria, where they called it “Joy Plant”.


Otzi 3,300 BC


This is when Tibet started, with the Karuo culture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karuo_culture


3,200 Proto-Elamite Script in Iran. (largely undecifered)


Around the time of Otzi, the “Indus Valley Civilization” was springing up. (Early Harrappan Phase)

Predynastic Egypt exists at this time, but only the Upper Valley is the kingdom we consider “Egypt” or “Kemet” at this time, but the entire country we call “Egypt” had stuff going on. During this time King Scorpion II was Pharoah, and he was the first King of Egypt that we know had Coronation ceremonies (when the king or queen gets their crown). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scorpion_II

And at this time “Wands” or “Maces” were a popular way of depicting important things and carrying history. The picture below is the “Mace Head” meant to go on top of a club to make it heavier. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scorpion_Macehead


3,100 BC The first Pharoh of Egypt creates the first Dynasty, and either he (Narmer) or his son (Aha) united all of Egypt. The people in southern Egypt had already discovered the sun took 365 days to go from its “birth place” back to its “birth place” by this time, they did this by making a mud wall as a false horizon and making markings. Eventually the calendar itself became involved in not only time keeping on a day to day basis, but kingdom keeping on a ruler to ruler basis, as the Pharaoh was considered to be a representative of the sun.

And the Narmer Palette was made. No one knows what it is, but it is thought to symbolize the coming together of upper and lower Egypt. It has been called the “Oldest Historical Document in the World”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narmer_Palette


This is one of the only items that is not an amulet in Egypt that the Goddess “Bat” is depicted on. Later Bat was just mixed with Hathor. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bat_(goddess)


She was associated with the Sistrum which was a instrument that was widely used in Egyptian temples. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sistrum


Egypt starts making Abydos boats.



The Temple of Tarxian on Malta begins to be built.


And whoever built Stonehenge started laying the first stones.


3,200 BC Shahr-e Sukhteh is built (in Iran), and lasts until around 1,800 BC. In this culture is seems as if women had social and financial prominence.


Lapis Lazuli was found here as well, showing trade with Afghanistan (Badakshan).


Around this time Donkeys for sure and Maybe Camels were domesticated.


And in Egypt at this time we find Cedar from Lebanon in Nekhen and Obsidian from Ethiopia. Cedar no longer exists in Lebanon, but they have it on their flag in modern times. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nekhen

Then before 3,000 came the Elamites. At times women ruled this society, below is a carving of a woman being fanned while she plays with a toy before she eats. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elam#History http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elamite_language




And no one knows how, but this language showed up on a bowl in the Americas called “Magna Fuente”, this could be the key to understanding ancient languages we don't understand, and could open the door to explaining the spread of different cultural phenomenon we can't explain, like double headed axes, boat making, tattoos, etc.



The Elamites are known for carving people and animals as mermaids (half fish), meaning they were probably very in tune with the water, and Maritime Archaeology is understudied in this time period.



3,000 BC, constructure begins on the Temples in Malta. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megalithic_temples_of_Malta


In 3,000 BC in Iran Tepe Sialik was built by a culture that had settlements there since 5,000 BC.


Papyrus is used for the first time to make Paper in Egypt.


And Arowak people get to Guyana in South America around this time http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arawak http://www.guyanatimesinternational.com/?p=9592 http://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/2011/02/20/helping-to-unearth-pre-historic-guyana/



And another Stone Circle is built near Israel. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilgal_Refaim


Then around 3,000 BC (Meaning these people lived their lives EVERY DAY, generation after generation for 7,000 Years after inventing the wheel and mapping the sky… These were not stupid people) along came Imhotep. Imhotep was the inventor of many things, including the First Pyramid, known as the “Step Pyramid”, which can be found next to the “Great Pyramid of Giza”.


Most people think Columns are meant to represent Phallic Male stuff, but it actually is representative of Flowers.



The Male version was not made until a little while later, and was more useful for random sun math than it was for building. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heliopolis_(ancient)


No one one ever really shows you what Egyptians wore except loin cloths and gold stuff and make up, so here is some stuff they would have worn.






When Imhotep invented the Step Pyramid, he invented a National Icon. It was basically the first “Flag”, people could point to it and say “That is us, my Nation's History is in there”. And by my estimations, it is a copy of the Scarab Beetle cycle. The Beetle puts its eggs inside a ball of dung and waits for them to hatch. The first Pyramid builders made a chamber in which the pharaoh could be transformed, just like the eggs of the Beetle. Imhotep also made Columns and a few other well known and still used Architectural devices. What he is probably best known for (after the invention of the Pyramid) is being the original Father of Medicine and the first ever surgeon in all of history. He also took advantage of the Placebo effect, and wrote that “If you do not administer medicine with the proper incantations, it does not work the same” because he so believed in Placebo. If you look up “Father of Medicine” right now on Google, you will find “Hippocrates”, a Greek man who existed WAY after the time of Imhotep. When Imhotep died, Pharaoh created a temple for him and people began copying his writing and basically invented the first hospital. Over time Imhotep was deified and worshipped as a God and when the Greeks came to Egypt (Kemet) they called Imhotep, “Asclepius”, and Worshipped him in the form of a Black African, which the Greek elite did not like, and they ended it, making Hippocrates the “Father of Medicine”. (the image below is Imhotep)


Imhotep is also the only person in Egyptian history that solved a 7 year famine, and he was the Pharaoh's “Vizier” aka Wizard aka Dream Interpreter (he was a well known Magician because he had the ability to read books from the past to solve problems in the present). So Imhotep is most likely Joseph from the Bible, and the story was probably taken from the Famine Stella. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Famine_Stela


And the “Technicolor Dream-coat” was probably based on the Sumerian Kaunakes + The later ability to create Purple, Red and Blue dies. Since the story was copied and dyeing technology got better later. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaunakes





Then in Ancient Egypt they began using petroleum products like Asphalt and Naphtha, but they used it more for waterproofing and painting (and possibly plant extractions, as it is extremely good for not only extracting colors, but psychoactive alkaloids to be used for religious sacraments) than for lighting things, but it was done. And static electricity was known about by many ancient cultures.




The Ancient Egyptians even called what we call “Electric Fish” (Ex: Electric Eel) the “Thunderer of the Nile”.


Then around 2500-3000 BC the Kura-Araxes culture came from around mount Ararat to the Georgia mountains. This culture has been linked to the Maykop culture via Pottery, etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kura-Araxes_culture


2,700 BC Dried Marijuana found in a tomb in the Gobi Desert. This Marijuana had all the males killed, meaning it was being grown for its psychoactive effects. In Germany they have discovered that Cannabinoids can reverse brain degeneration, and promote neurogenesis (the birth of new brain cells, and new neural pathways being created). So this is the first evidence of Psychoactive use, but it was probably used before this burial ceremony had it preserved with a person. And whenever people started using it, they would have (over generations and generations) had kids that had more neural capability, in theory. http://norml.org/news/2010/07/01/pot-compound-stimulates-neurogenesis-study-says





Then there is the ground sloth, with was around until about 2,600 BC (not in Egypt)



Around this time (2,600 BC) the Indus Valley Civilization began to change. (Mature Harappan Phase)

one of the largest cities in the Indus Valley was Mohenjo-Daro.


Which is where the Pashupati Seal was found, which is the forerunner to the Hindu Shiva/Rudra and Greek Pan. We have no idea who the rulers of these people were (Shamans? Kings? Elders?) but it seems as if they considered animals to be godly, and the different tribes came together under the goat-ish God. As you can see, Pashupati was doing what eventually would be called “Yoga”. These people had some of the first plumbing and city grids.




And the Indus Script, we have no idea what any of it says.











About 1,000 years later came the seal of King Shaushatar, which uses this same image of the wheel above the woman with her arms outstretched and animals around her. But that is getting ahead.



Many people would automatically point to Socrates if you asked them for the most well known early Philosopher, and they would be right because most people don't really understand where Philosophy comes from. Though it probably started much sooner than this, the first Philosopher we remember (even though we don't call him a Philosopher) is Ptahhotep in Ancient Egypt. Ptahhotep was supposedly 110 years old (which was extremely rare, yet unverifiable in ancient Egypt) and he decided that he was going to write something for his son who was going to be in a position of power, his teachings were called specifically “the 37 Maxims” and teachings in general in Egypt were called “Seboyet”. Here are his Maxims and I personally think that the world would be a lot better of if we had passed these around instead of the Bible. http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/08/ptah-hoteps-maxims.html


Around 2,500 BC the Pyramid of Giza is built, which no one knows how was made, there are theories now that kites were used with pullies. And contrary to popular belief, kites were not made as toys. Kites were used in China to raise archers to shooting position (they would fly people into the air standing on kites). a team led by Maureen Clemmons and Mory Gharib raised a 5,900-pound, 15-foot (4.6 m) obelisk into vertical position with a kite, a system of pulleys, and a support frame.





They started making Khufu ships.


And at this time in Syria there is Lupis Lazuli from Afghanistan (Badakshan) in the statue of Ebih-Il


And the “Indo-Iranians” (Iran and Aryan are basically synonymous historically) start to spread around this time.

Which represents the beginning of the spread of the “Spoked wheel”, which in and of itself was a religious icon to some ancient peoples, showing how 8 spokes (usually representing 8 human values or “Gods”) work together to make the wheel strong. A good example of this is the Buddhist “Wheel of Law” aka Dharmacakra http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dharmacakra.


Buddhist Dharmacakra


U.S. Army Dharmacakra



And the winged disk appears in Egypt.


And Babylon


2,400 BC Lothal in the Indus Valley. Which by “coincidence” was a known sea trader at this time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lothal


also around 2,400 BC the Sun Temple is built in Egypt, used to predict where the sun will be for festivals (like how we mark calendars for Holidays and Birthdays) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Gurab.


And Nubian C-Group arose at this time, who were known for making stone Circles used for burial. Similar circles were made Earlier (ex: Nabta Playa in Egypt) and Later (ex: Gambia Stones in West Africa) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nubian_C-Group http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senegambian_stone_circles


And around 2,300 BC we find Indus Valley Civilization products in Afghanistan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mundigak


Then Stonehenge is built in England (same Island as Scotland), which was made around 2000 BC but no one really knows how it was made or who by.


Beehive houses pop up in Ireland



Around this same time the scale (which was Invented in Egypt about 3,000 years before) appears in Crete.


Around 2,000 BC the Kura-Araxes Culture was replaces by the Trialeti culture, which has ties to the more southern cultures. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trialeti_culture


And the “Sea People” are found on Obelesk inscriptions in Lebabon. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_Peoples


At this time In the Ancient Egypt, the king was considered to be a representative of the Sun aka Ra (Which can still be seen today by looking at Gold crowns that have random points. They are meant to look like the Sun) and since he was a representative of the Sun, he got to choose whatever he wanted. But over time different people came to Egypt, and they realized that they needed something to balance their society, this is when “Ma'at” became a major goddess. Ma'at is the Balance in the Universe, and she is still in front of our courthouses today. In Egypt she was depicted in the death scene as a scale where a feather would be weighed against your heart. Today she is a blind woman with a scale and a sword. To read about the different people coming in that needed to be balanced, go to this link: http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/08/red-vs-blue-through-history.html


And as the culture became more diverse, there were landmark cases that changed culture forever. There is still a court case from Ancient Egypt whose transcript was kept until today, and people read it and can learn just as much from it as if it had happened yesterday. The court case is known as “The Eloquent Peasant”, and it is a story of a poor merchant or farmer who was going to market and he had a cart full of stuff, but he came to a place in the road where there was a blockade. He tried everything he could, but the only way he could solve his problem was to go around the blockade, but the land on both sides of the road was owned by a wealthy man who had many crops growing all around. So the Peasant went around the blockade, destroying the smallest amount of the crops as possible. Then the wealthy man came out seeing his crops destroyed and decided to take the poor man to court (They were pretty sophisticated compared to what most people think). And he had to tell his story like 5 times before they finally made a decision, but he was able to speak to the judge in such a way that the judge felt for him and decided to let him off completely. Which was the first time in recorded history that the Elite class did not simply throw a poor person in jail for not being well connected when blamed for a crime by someone more wealthy than them.


During the time of the Eloquent Peasant (And even Today) they operated on Common Law, which means that if a city judge makes a ruling for a city, then everyone in the city is under that law. If judge makes a ruling in a state, everyone in the state is under that law, etc. This is basically how we operate today except we also have juries.


And the Indus Valley changed again (Late Harappan Phase)

Tarim Mummies 1,800 BC


Also in 1,800 BC Babylon gains independence from greater Mesopotamia and “Marduck” becomes the primary God. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marduk



In 1,500 BC, the Rig Veda was written. Which is a large part of the foundation for Hindu theology and philosophy. It talks about a Psychedelic brew called “Soma”, as well as makes metaphors with Wagon wheels, etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vedic_civilisation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rigveda http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cemetery_H_culture http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swat_culture


The Rig Veda culture is the purple people in this map.

In India they had both the “Tree of Life” and the “Soma”. Soma is said to be a plant that grows in marshy areas next to a certain kind of reed plant, but Giant Reeds are never mentioned even though they grow in that region. But I think they ARE mentioned, they are the Soma. Other theories name Amanita Muscaria as the Soma. Soma is the drink that the Gods supposedly drink to become Gods. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soma#Candidates_for_the_Soma_plant


Reeds can also be found in Heiroglyphs.


Some people believe that “Soma” may just be opium poppy (Papaver Somniferum) tea, which can be made by boiling poppy pods or seeds.


In Egypt around this time they began to use Opium as medicine and for ceremonial religious use. They did this by waiting until the petals feel off, cutting the poppies and letting the opium (10% of which is morphine) ooze out to be collected after it dried.

They also used “Opium Lettuce”. All lettuce contains some form of opiate, but opium lettuce contains more than the others. It is not the same as regular opium and will not show up on a drug test, but it does hit the same receptors in the brain. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactuca_virosa http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lactucarium


The Vedic society is also where Shiva and Kali come from. Shiva is the God of Men and Kali is the God of Women. Shiva is represented by the Marijuana plant (Indica means “From India) and Kali is represented by the Datura plant. Both plants have psychoactive effects in humans but Datura can kill you if you take too much. It is also related to the Moon, because the flower opens and closes based on the time of day.





In modern India therea re people called “Sadhu Nagas”, they worship Shiva, and they do things like smoke weed and Datura mixtures, and putting snake venom on weed before they smoke it.


The Mango is a tree that is sacred in India and its juice is used in various ceremonies. It has been discovered recently that Marijuana is made more effective in humans when mangoes are consumed, because a compound called “Myrcene” in the mangoes helps the THC cross the blood brain barrier faster and more effectively. Myrcene can be found more readily and cheaper in Lemon Grass, which can be extracted through boiling or solvent extraction. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mangifera_indica


Also related to Shiva is the Bael tree, which is said to represent his trident. It's essential oil has been found to work against 21 types of bacteria and do things like promote bowel movements. It is also know as “The Golden Apple”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aegle_marmelos


And you have probably seen the Indian Banyan, which temples are commonly built under. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ficus_benghalensis


And scientists are currently doing research on the plant that Hindu's claim contain Vishnu and extend life, and it may actually cure some cancers, diabetes and other things. Even high cholesterol. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phyllanthus_emblica#Medical_research


There was also a kingdom that existed, but the ancient literature claims that monkeys lived there, not people. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanara_Kingdom



In Ancient Egypt there once was a female Pharaoh named Hatshepsut (she even wore the false beard of a pharaoh) who opened up trade with Punt around 1500 BC, and we no longer have any idea where Punt is, we even thought it was a myth until recently discoveries of things from Punt as well as trade manifests from Punt in Egypt meant that there must have been a real place. http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/07/black-history-civilization-starters.html

in Sidon and Tyre at this time, the color purple begins to be produced from sea animals and purple soon became a royal color due to its rarity. The Phoenicians (Sidon and Tyre) also started producing blue from sea animals. They probably were the first people to blow in a shell to make a loud noise. Mountains of leftover shells have been found from dye extractions. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyrian_purple http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyre,_Lebanon#Foundation




Then, as Punt disappears in to History, Egypt seems to start arresting people called “Sea People”. Sea People were from the “Lukka Lands”, the “Beaker Folk”, etc. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lukka_lands Sea People Map


Beaker Culture Map http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beaker_culture

Bronze Age Spain around this time.

Around 1,400 BC Stone Circles are built in Ireland. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beltany_stone_circle


And around the same time as those, the island of Crete was growing right south of Greece. http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/08/cretan-history-they-dont-teach-you-in.html

The word “Cretan” means like a person that is evil or deceitful, and this comes from ancient Greek tradition. There were a people called “Cretans” who lived on “Crete” and the Greeks did not like them very much, hence the modern animosity associated with the word.

Knossos was the centerpiece of Crete (and it was built on top of a Neolithic aka Cave Man Settlement, meaning the people learned or were taken over) but Crete is most well remembered for the Labyrinth (Stone Maze) and the Minotaur (Bull-man) AKA Pan's Labyrinth in the most modern interpretation. They did not actually worship a Bull man on Crete the Greeks just said that, but they have found a Labyrinth.




Due to the Bull Worshiping nature of Crete, the people that settled in Crete (At the time of the palace and Labyrinth and Bull worship starting) were probably the Maykop culture (which may be Anatolian aka Punt-ish in origin, but at some point merged with the Georgia Mountain Culture, or maybe even WAS the Georgia Mountain culture) or even the Egyptian Culture, who worshiped Bulls and were practicing Breeding. They were able to make many new variants by mixing domestic animals with now extinct versions of the Bull. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maykop_culture http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apis_(god)


Then around 2000 BC (4000 years ago) came the Phaistos Disk, which no one really understands yet. But I personally think that it has to do with people traveling between Turkey and Crete or somewhere else. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phaistos_Disc


Then there are Linear A and Linear B, which are also not completely understood. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_A http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_B


Evidence of contact with Egypt early on is the “Minoan Genius”, which seems to be modeled after a Hippo or a Crocodile which are not in Crete but are in Egypt. This is where the word “Genius” comes from, and they were involved in various ceremonies. The ceremony below is one involving the tree of life. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minoan_Genius

Then, around 1300 BC there was a shipwreck that gives us a glimpse in to the trade of the time, the Uluburun Shipwreck, where they found a mixture of Mycean (Early Greeks), Cretan, Syria-Palestinian (Early Israelis), Egyptian and a few other cultures things. Meaning these people were well in to trading with each other by this time (Before Greece even emerged as a super power).


Random thing. The word “Clue” comes from Crete. A King in Greece had to send 8 virgins to Crete (to be eaten by the Minotaur according to the Greeks) every year because he had lost a war, and his son decided that he wanted to go to end the Tribute payments. When he got their the Cretan princess saw him and decided to help him. So while he was in his cell at night she snuck a ball of yarn to him, and back then they called a ball of yarn a “Clue”. She told him to use the “Clue” to find his way out of the Maze, and in the Myth after he kills the Minotaur he follows the unwound ball of yarn or “Clue” to find his way out.


Early Greeks were known as “Mycenaean”s, and they were already trading with Crete and others before they ever became what we know as the “Greeks”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mycenaean_Greece

Then came the Judges of Ancient Israel, who operated using Moses's Law from the 10 Commandments. And this is not mentioned much, but Moses was raised in Pharaoh's house. So not only did he have an Egyptian upbringing, but the best money could buy. But he got it for free. Moses also coincidentally built his first altar out of Acacia. Exodus 30:1-10 “You shall make a table to burn incense on, you shall make it of acacia”.


The first mention of Israel that has been found by historians is on the Merneptah Stele, which was found in Egypt and details some battles. On one line the word “I.si.ri.ar?” which was automatically assumed by the people who discovered it to say “Israel”, And after deciding that that was for sure what it said, they said: “Won't the reverends be pleased?”. I personally think it looks more like Assyria than Israel. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merneptah_Stele


People keep wanting to bring up Arab terrorism, and history… But they don't seem to want to go TOO far back in to history. Sure, the Terrorism in the recent past is something that can't be forgiven, but the people that did it are dead and we can not blame their children and Hamas is an entity of its own that the people support because they have no government and are not considered a state or country. But if someone wants to talk about the history of Israel and Palestine, you can not just talk about the modern Arab backlash, because the whole reason the backlash is happening has a source.


According to the Bible, the Palestinians are the “Philistines”. David (from David and Goliath) was not a king at first, so he killed a lot of his family members and killed tons of people to establish his state: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1+Samuel+27 https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1%20Chronicles%2014:8-17


Now, you may be thinking, “That is ancient times, everyone did that stuff”, but there was something a little different about what David did that kinda made all the nations around him a little more mad than they would have been otherwise. You know how Jewish tradition is to Circumcise at birth and we do it here in America? Well they didn't do that in Palestine, so something David was known for doing was collecting foreskins of dead armies, and presenting them to people. He even bought a wife for 200 foreskins at one point. http://biblehub.com/1_samuel/18-27.htm


I am not trying to say that terrorism is ok, or that Hamas are good people. But the Palestinians are not the only ones that have made bad decisions here. Can't we just figure this out without chopping any dicks OR heads off?


Another reason I feel like India (the Mehrgarh people) was probably in the middle, is because of “Holi” which is probably where the word “Holiday” derives from, which is a day that celebrates color. And it shows that India was probably one of the first places to appreciate tribal diversity instead of doing Red VS Blue. But Hindus and Muslims have their own problems with each other as well in modern times. They probably had an Ancient version of the Silk Road that we just have to look around Dwarka or Nabta Playa or Chogha Mish to find more evidence than there already is.

Silk Road (came later)


Holi Day



Instead of…



Modern Border at Turkey and Greece



Which is similar to the wall between Israel and Palestine.



You have probably seen this wall in World War Z.



Egtvedgirl 1390 BC


Akhenaten is known for having the scribes in Egypt go through all the old Heiroglyphs and cover up old stories, and making Egypt monotheistic, with him as the senior God. He is the father of king Tut.


King Tut is known for restoring the Ogdoad as the creation myth at this time, opening Egypt back to the old ways. Most people remember him as the child king of Egypt.


by 1280 BC the Egyptians had divided day and night in to 12 hours each. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seti_I


1250 BC Chogha Zanbil, Iraq


Ramses II 1213 BC


All this was happening up to around 1200 BC, at which point there was a shift. This is when they Phrygians became prominent in Turkey, and the Phoenicians took the Mediterranean, and they probably traded with the Sicels, who were another one of the groups thought to be in the “Sea People” category.

Phoenicia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenicia

Bronze Age Spain around this time.

Then, if you remember, the people that first learned Agriculture were not in Europe. They were in Syria and Turkey. Then it seems like around 1000 BC they re-connected themselves to their old people (In Israel & Lebanon), which sparked the Phoenician Capital of Byblos. And the Phoenicians had the ability to boat like crazy (which makes me think they were connected to the corded ware culture). And these were not the kind of person you usually think of when you think of a “European” or a “Jewish Person”. And if you notice, their trade routes took them past Spain and Africa, and it is not documented yet, but they were probably going to North Europe. This was most likely sparked somewhere in the region where the Atlantic Bronze Age happened or on the island of Crete. The Phoenicians were known for their Wine which they traded across the sea in clay jars. http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/08/cretan-history-they-dont-teach-you-in.html


This is a Phoenician boat, they were probably what inspired the later “Viking Culture”.


Sicel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sicels


Then came the Colchian culture.

Around the same time the “Sea People” show up in Ugarit (a Syrian Port City) and soon after it is destroyed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ugarit



Phrygia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phrygia

When Americans think of the American revolution they picture a younger guy, with a musket or a drum, and a floppy red hat. This hat is known as a “Liberty Cap” and it can be found on the U.S. Army Seal/Emblem. The Red Cap in top of a Pole is known as a “Liberty Pole” and it was probably the first ever “Flag” that anyone flew in the air.


This was not something that comes from America though. These hats are an Ancient Turkish tradition. “Ancient Turkey” was known as Phrygia, and the “Liberty Cap” was originally the “Phrygian Cap” thousands of years before America was even a thought. Turkish history has shaped our History more than we know. In ancient Egypt (Kemet), the Pharaoh wanted to know whose language was older. The language of Kemet, or the language of Phrygia, so they raised 2 children in complete isolation in an attempt to find out what language someone would speak with no outside influence. After several years they let the children out and the first word they said was “Bekos” which is Phrygian for “Bread”.



Now, for some stuff that they may have taught you in School. Modern Turkey is part of what was called “Anatolia”, which is where cherries are from


Do you think maybe George Washington cut down a metaphorical Cherry Tree and maybe somehow this was a reference to Anatolian culture being “chopped down” in some way? I don't see how cutting down a real tree and talking about him makes him super Honest and worthy of election.

There are theories that the Phrygian Cap represents one of Phrygia's favorite Ceremonial Foods. Amanita Muscaria AKA Fly Agaric AKA Alice in Wonderland Mushroom. The effects of which are to make you fefel like a giant and give you some extra strength supposedly. But you have to eat like 10 grams and they taste like shit and can kill you if you eat too much. Reindeer eat these mushrooms and they are known for not being easy to break down completely, so people will drink the urine and get the same effects as the Reindeer.


Now, for a more familiar example. Many people don't know this, but “Saint Nicholas” (the Catholic Saint) AKA “Santa Clause” was a Turkish man, and his hat is a Phrygian Cap, and the North Pole is a Liberty Pole.


These are called “Mithras Trees” and Mithras is usually depicted with Pinecones and Pine Trees (now called “Christmas Trees”)



Mithras is said to have been “born from a wet stone at the base of a tree, with his red hat on” which is thought to be a story about the Amanita, mushrooms grow faster than regular “plants”. His hat is meant to be representative of a red cap, not a grey one.


Notice how they look similar to little speckled stones or weird pinecones when they are little. Sometimes they also say he is born from a “Cosmic Egg”.


Cosmic Egg


So now, instead of following ancient tradition and going out in the woods and looking for a “Mithras Tree” that will have mushrooms under it, you bring a Christmas tree in your house and hope that a fat man dressed like a mushroom will put presents under it.




Throughout history their have literally been active groups of men that work to suppress not only the physical “women”, but the entire aspect of being a woman itself, making women ashamed of what they are. A Prime example of this (apart from the Christian church) is the ancient Greek cult that worshiped a God named “Men”. If you have read the post about Turkish history, you will see that Phrygia was a major player in not only Greek and Turkish, but Global history all the way till today. And “Men” was one of their Gods. They believed “Men” ruled the moon and that anyone who believed the moon was a Goddess would be ruled by their wife. So they make sure to keep women's minds busy now.


And then there was the myth of “Perseus” (name translates to “Waster, Ravager, or Destroyer) who cut off Medusa's (the lady with snakes on her head that can turn people to stone by looking at them) head, and he had a magic cap. Around this time the Olive became the fruit that everyone started basically “worshiping” after that. Olives became the symbol they became because the are a semi-invasive species. They transplanted or “cloned” via cutting, and can easily be raised in a new place, therefor making it a symbol of victory (once you take over a town and plant your olives) and peace (since everyone can grow them if they want, no matter where they are). Once Perseus took Medusa's head, and since her eyes could turn people to stone, he used the head to defend himself. And her head became something like the Greek version of the “Evil Eye” or “Bes” symbol.



Perseus and Medusa


Medusa Amulet


Evil Eye Amulet


Both Symbols are still Recognizable to most Americans, and most people don't even know they recognize it until it is showed to them like this.


“Medusa” is now…. The Statue of Liberty. AKA Attis. The Goddess of Anatolia. And Greeks and Turks are historic enemies. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attis



Egyptianian Tree of Life


Mithras Charioteer


These symbols are SO based on nature, even Quetzalcoatl (the Feathered Serpent) from the Native American faith is wearing liberty spikes, is holding a torch and is associated with snakes, and these cultures were on opposite sides of the planet. Though they were all human, so they came from similar backgrounds, since they all started in the same place and spread out.





Attis with “snakes”


Attis with Cap


Here is the “Attis Tree” which is a Pine covered in decorations.


Medusa is also a “Gorgon” which is associated with the Spirals, Wheels and the Swastika.



The Olive tree held the symbolism of these things, as well as Ma'at, as law and democracy spread through Greece. “Ma'at” was also absorbed by “mathema” AKA Math. =




Another God in Greece was Pan, who was associated with the Giant Reed plant, which he used to invent the Pan flute. Pan is an evolved form of the earlier “Pashupati” of the Indus valley civilization.


Then there was the Goddess Ceres, the Cereal God. Kind of like the modern Trixx rabbit or something. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceres_(mythology)


And her “Helper Gods” were basically the farm jobs.

Vervactor, “He who ploughs” Reparator, “He who prepares the earth” Imporcitor, “He who ploughs with a wide furrow”[13] Insitor, “He who plants seeds” Obarator, “He who traces the first ploughing” Occator, “He who harrows” Serritor, “He who digs” Subruncinator, “He who weeds” Messor, “He who reaps” Conuector (Convector), “He who carries the grain” Conditor, “He who stores the grain” Promitor, “He who distributes the grain”

Then there is Cybele, the mountain Goddess, whose people wore veils as women do in modern weddings or Islamic women of certain sects. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cybele




You have probably heard of the 300, but have you heard of the battle of Marathon? (which is where the word Marathon comes from). Marathon was much like the 300 battle, except the Spartans were the original aggressors in this one. The Spartans were hanging out in Athens, and the Athenians wanted them to leave because they were big and pushy and not really for democracy. So the Athenians went to the Persians and asked for their help with the Spartans, the Persians offered the Athenians a bag of dirt and a bowl of water, and the Athenians accepted having no idea that accepting dirt and water from a Persian was a contract of submitting to the kingdom. So the Athenians ended up fighting the Spartans themselves and winning, then the Persians came and were like “We own you”, so the Athenians had to fight them. The Persians were the same people the Spartans fought in the 300. In the battle of Marathon the Athenians set things up much like the 300. They found an opening, and surrounded it with stones and branches so that it was just one small opening they had to defend. They won, and a man ran from Marathon (where the battle was) to Athens, 26 miles, which is the same as a modern marathon. Once he got to Athens he yelled “NIKE!” which means victory in Greek, then he died of fatigue.


There is a story about the ancient Olympics where there was an old man who was trying to find a seat, he went past every city-states seating area until he got to the Spartans, where all of the young men and many of the older men stood to give him their seats, at which point he said “It seems everyone in Greece knows what to do, but it is only the Spartans who do anything about it.”


And the Ancient Greeks were well aware of Magnetic Irons ability to attract Iron. There is even evidence that the Ancient Olmecs in the Americas were using Magnetic “Loadstone” compasses by 1000 BC and in China the were invented around the same time. Magnetism is tied to our ability to control electrical currents.


In South America, somehow they had no Acacia trees as far as I can find online. But what we do see is the Natives finding a completely new source of DMT, and not only DMT but MAOIs to make the DMT active orally. No one knows how, but these Natives went out in the jungle and discovered the plant that has DMT, as well as the plant you have to eat with it to make it work. And most of our modern medicine has actually come from people going out with natives and the natives showing them things. That is how we found magic mushrooms and peyote as well. They were the first “Chemist”s. There is no evidence that the Ancient Egyptians or Asians knew about these things, at least we have not found any evidence yet. But all the ingredients are there, and in Asia the tree of Knowledge is associated with the Phoenix and the Dragon. so they probably smoked it at some point.


Yage (MAOI)


Chacruna (DMT)


They used these plants to make “Ayahuasca”, which people still do today.


They also have “Yopo” which is a lot like Acacia, and they use it to make snortable DMT. Yopo actually contains 4-HO-DMT (bufotenin), which when consumed has strange effects, such as feeling like there are needles in your veins. But if you mix it with Edible Lime (a form of Limestone that is a “base” molecule, as opposed to an “acidic” molecule) it makes the 4-HO-DMT a safe supplement for DMT.


There are also modern tribes that have traditions similar to the anicnet Olmecs involving Toads. The Bufo Alvarius toad contains 5-Meo-DMT, which is like DMT and has few negative effects and none as intense as 4-HO-DMT. And there are also other Bufo toads that contain 4-HO-DMT (bufotenin) which is used with edible lime as well. Bufo glands can be milked by squeezing them like zits. This is not where licking toads comes from.



“Licking Toads” comes from the Waxy Leaf Frog, or Waxy Monkey Frog, which can be found in Brazil and has opiates (similar to morphine) leaking from its skin. Most likely so that if anything tries to eat it, they go numb. People harvest from this frog by tying it up by it's legs and skimming the sweat off its skin with a wedged stick, or the non-sharp part of a knife or something. It has also recently been found to contain compounds that promote body purification and may cure some diseases. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15153102 http://nopr.niscair.res.in/bitstream/123456789/5338/1/IJEB%2045(7)%20579-593.pdf


The Olmecs were also known for using San Pedro cactus, which is similar to Peyote and can be extracted just like Ayahuasca, through boiling. Some people have mixed San Pedro with MAOIs (Similar to Ayahuasca) and had much stronger effects.


Strangely, the people that discovered these plants in the Americas as far as we can tell (the Olmecs) considered themselves to be “Were-Jaguars” meaning they could turn in to Jaguars. And we have since discovered that Jaguars eat Yage vine, and there are still tribes that use Yage to “gain the Jaguars hunting power”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Were-jaguar



And later in Mexico we see similar “Tree of Life” art.

And in Aztec and other faiths there were the Nagual, who had the ability to “turn in to different animals” including (according to legend) Jaguars. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagual


And even in the Jewish Tradition of Kabbalah.


And in Egypt they had the Tree of Life and Bes, which would have been DMT and MAOIs. Here are some images of the God's eating from the Tree.



Which bears resemblance to Babylonian images of the Tree of Life.


This is probably around when the Stone Circle in Massachusetts was made. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heath,_Massachusetts#History


There are similar stones to the ones in Europe on Easter Island, you have probably heard of them as “The Easter Island Heads” and to me they look like a monument to missing loved ones, because they look like they were built by people who were waiting for someone to come back for sea, and those people never came back. The people on the island used every tree they had to roll these in to place. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_Island_Statues


On Easter Island there is also the “Bird Man Religion” which they were willing to risk getting eaten by sharks to celebrate. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangata_manu http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makemake_(mythology)


Then around 800 BC there was Dido, the Queen who established Carthage, which is the under appreciated precursor to Greek Sea faring, they are also the precursor to the modern Jewish culture, and at this time they were still like best friends with the Palestinians aka Philistines.


In the Carthaginian sphere there were the “Punic people”, which is the culture that brought us Hannibal later. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punics


Then eventually the Jewish (Phoenician) bloodline led to Jesus (if there is a drop of truth in the Bible, which there probably isn't) who would have looked something like the people in the stone carvings.


The Punic and Phoenician people had a Goddess called “Tanit” which was similar to the more well known Egyptian “Ankh”. The Tanit and the Ankh are both similar symbols that have Male, Female, Sun and Moon intermingled. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanit




The name for Europe itself comes from the name of the mythical woman Europa, who was supposedly of Phoenician lineage. And the Phoenicians are not only known for being great inventors of things like glass and boats that could go deeper in the sea and ocean than any Greeks. They were known for being the creators of most of our languages.


800 BC and forward the Cushites in Nubia began building all kinds of Pyramids. Many of these were built for Queens and Warrior Queens. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nubian_pyramids http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mero%C3%AB



700 BC-ish the Pharoah Shabaka became afraid that the old ways of Egypt would be lost (because everything they had left of it was on worm ridden and rotting papers), so he had the major scrolls of the Memphite tradition written on the Shabaka stone. It is the main source of information we have about the Egyptian creation myth. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shabaka_Stone


Around 600 BC there was Sappho (a woman), who trained girls on the Island of Lesbos. The word “Lesbian” comes from “Lesbos”.


570 BC Pythagoras and his Theorum A2 + B2 = C2


Around 500 BC the Achaemenid Empire (first Persian Empire) opened up trade routes in to Asia via the “royal road”.

And the “Palm Branch Manuscripts” began to be written in Asia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palm-leaf_manuscript


Around 400 BC, the Celtic Culture began to spread.

399 Socrates came (about to talk about him) but around 300 BC Spain looked like this.

Ptahhotep's writings influenced a lot more people in Greece via proxy. Socrates and Plato, the fathers of Greek Philosophy, were known for creation Maxims. Socrates said “The Unexamined Life is Not Worth Living”, Plato said “Know Thyself”. Socrates was made to drink poison (and talk about it while Plato wrote) for “Corrupting the Youth”, Plato then created the first Academy. They made tons of discoveries involving reflection and magnets and all kinds of things. (they invented tons of things, and really made debate start to work between nations). Plato also wrote “The Republic” on Politics. Also to be noted is Hippocrates who is known as the father of medicine, but stole the Title from Imhotep (today Doctors still take a Hippocratic oath even though Imhotep invented the field) who can be read about here: http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/07/black-history-they-dont-teach-you-in.html Hippocrates also was the first major person to say that opium was not magic, but it was helpful for treating things







The Academy (The first one in History)



Then there was Aristotle, who said “I love Plato, but I love Wisdom more” and he was the teacher of Alexander the Great. our modern Taxonomy (Kingdoms,Genus, Species, etc) is based on Aristotle's “Categories”, which was very strange compared to what we have today, but offers a new perspective from your own. (he also invented tons of other stuff)


When people think of “Ancient Times” they don't really split very many things up in their heads, you could say “Jesus Times” or “Cave Man Times” or “Roman Times” or “Greek Times” and most people don't really know what the difference is. But “Cave Man Times” was basically a 100,000 year period. Then to put it in to perspective I am going to use a quote I heard on the Joe Rogan Podcast: “Ancient Egypt was as old to the Ancient Greeks, as the Ancient Greeks are to us”. Which is true. When we think of Egypt, we think of it as a point in time, but it was actually a 10,000 year old project, with people living, working, thinking and inventing every day, and the Pyramids were closer to the end of that 10,000 years.

There is a period known as “The Hellenistic Era” and if you have not heard of it, you should read this real quick. http://finshaggy.blogspot.com/2014/07/black-history-they-dont-teach-you-in.html Something that I did not mention in that thread (since I was focusing on the History of Egypt and Alexander in the context of Hellenization) was 2 MAJOR books that were written that caused the Hellenistic Era to explode in to the cultural exchange that it was. These books are Aegyptiaca & Babyloniaca, and these books make up most of what we still use today to map the Dynasty changes that happened in Egypt and Babylon.


And strangely, “Aegyptiaca” was written in the same city that Jesus was born in (which was the Cult center of Serapis), so if his family read that book, it makes a lot more sense why people decided to write about him later in a weird Godly way. The man who wrote it is the man who made the word “Dynasty”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manetho


And the man who wrote “Babyloniaca” (which we don't actually have an original copy of) started some of the first Astrological centers, while causing revolutions in what already existed at the time by giving the world Zoroastrian Astrology. The inventor of Zoroastrian Astrology was Zoroaster who existed around or a little before this time. Literature pus him around 600 BC, but evidence puts him around 300 BC. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berossus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoroaster

Babylonian Fish Cult



Zoroastrian Concepts were known as “Yazata”, and in the middle east there are people known as the “Yazidi” who are historically tied to this ancient tradition. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yazata http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yazidi



Mehragen may go further back than this, but around this time it became part of Zoroastrian tradition. Mehragen is probably where “Marriage” comes from (from Old French Marier). It was a ceremony where the king would wear a big fur coat (kind of like the white dress tradition which came later), and he would give away all his summer clothes to the people, so he could get new ones. The celebtration is meant to celebrate the Yazata (concepts) of “Mehr” which is the 7th month of the Iranian/Persian calendar.


Mehr is also the Armenian word for “Mica” or “Mithras”, which was a cult that was known for their tradition of dipping bread in wine for their religious ceremonies. “Mica” or “Mithras” itself means “That which is binding” or “A Contract”, which indicates that it is probably associated with early marriage as well. Notice the hat Mithras is wearing, it is a Phrygian cap. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mithra


Mithras comes from “Mitra”, who is still represented in the Hindu pantheon. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitra http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitra_(Vedic)


These are not the “Earliest” civilizations, but they can give you an idea of where Egypt and Sumer (Babylon) were.

The Greek Diffusion into Africa and Asia, as well as it's Infusion with these cultures is known as “Hellenization”. And this era is called “The Hellenistic Era”. The most well known Character in this era is Alexander the Great. He took his fathers army and Conquered everyone becoming king of Everywhere. When he went to Egypt he threatened the Viziers to say he should be crowned king, and the Pharaohess adopted him so that he would take the throne when she died. He went to what is now know as Turkey, and there was a rope that was tied into a knot with no end (The Gordian Knot), and whoever untied it was supposed to become King. So Alexander the Great Chopped it in half with his sword. His peers actually distrusted him because he adopted Eastern traditions in his court (like ring kissing) but eventually he gave it up and then died young anyways. I forget what killed him, but he could not talk at the end of his life, and his last major action was to wave at his army as they walked by one by one to wave bye. Alexander is part of black history, because his conquest began the gentrification (whitening) of Africa and the Middle East. Notably, he also conquered Afghanistan around 330 BC and brought Opium use to India and Persia.


Ptolemy, who was a proxy for Alexander, instituted the Library of Alexandria (in Egypt on the continent of Africa). This library was basically the driving force behind scholarly historical research for the next thousand years, and it was burned down over and over in take overs and accidents. And we would have a lot more information about history if it was not burned down. Ptolemy also instituted the Musaeum, which was the first Museum. And had the Septuagint written, 70 (which is what Septuagint means) Jewish Egyptian citizens were hired to live in a scholarly building and be fed and taken care of while they wrote their oral tradition. All of them wrote the same thing, so the writing was declared to be “The Words of God”. Later this would evolve in to the Pentateuch which is where the Torah and the Bible come from.


In Kemetic culture, they would choose a bull every year that they would treat like a king. Not many people know this, but the word “Pharaoh” actually comes from the word “Par'Oh” which was not the title of the Egyptian king, but the name of the Palace he lived in, which included this bull which was treated like a king. The bull would be called “Apis” and was considered the son of “Hathor”, who gave birth to him after being impregnated by a ray of light. Then, after the year was complete they would kill the bull in order to wash their sins for the year.


One thing they like to do in Ancient Egypt is put a “Sun Disk” on top of a bulls head, to tie him to Taurus, which is a star Constellation that is covered by the Sun for 3 days during the Equinox, signifying the beginning of Spring. When the Bull has a Sun disk on its head it also makes a symbol that the Egyptians were very fond of. And spring signals the beginning of fruiting and animals mating, so you can probably guess what this symbol means. I'll just say it represents Masculine and Feminine nature, together. At this time they would sacrifice the bull not only to wash their sins, but to “renew the land”. This is the day on the calendar we call “Easter”.


As this culture moved from Africa in to the European regions, it experienced problems as well. Just as when Imhotep came to Greece and was rejected for not being white, Apis was rejected for not being human. So, the Greeks decided to create a new version of the sin sacrifice. A man with a symbol of Enlightenment and Success on his head. The Head Quarters of this cult was a town called Sebennytos, where “Aegyptica” (the history of Egypt) was written by one of the cults leaders.


225 BC the Chain was invented.


In 196 BC, the Rosetta stone was made, and without it, Egypt would be a complete mystery.


Then there was Archimedes, who invented the word “Eureka!” at the same time that he discovered water displacement (the idea that if you put something in water, the volume seems to increase in the container) which he discovered in the bath tub, meaning he had to get out so that he could run down the street yelling “Eureka!” (he also invented tons of stuff)


The Ancient Greeks had simple clockwork known as “Automatons” Around 100 BC we see evidence of elaborate Clockwork in the Antikythera mechanism. This was probably part of an early “Marine Chronometer”, which let to the invention of the watch. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_chronometer


200 years before Jesus. Rome had taken over Alexander's Empire which could not sustain itself being spread so thin and without its solidifying figurehead that was the king of everything. So Rome, which was just Fraternal organizations like colleges have, took over the entire thing. Then Rome soon became a threat to the surrounding areas as it began to grow. Around this time an African nation known as Carthage was the rulers of Mediterranean waters, no one else could sail as deep as them or as well as them, and they were great inventors (first people to make clear glass) and warriors. The son of one of there great Generals was Hannibal Barca. He had gone with his brother in law to create “New Carthago” AKA New Carthage in Hispania.


Hannibal saw Carthage lose the sea to Rome, the leaders believed heavily in “God's Plan” AKA “Fate” and when they lost the sea to Rome, they did not want to fight to get it back. But Hannibal's father instilled a deep hatred for Rome inside him. So Hannibal attacked a Roman ally (even though it was within the borders of a treaty that said he was allowed to do what he wanted on that side of the river) and it made Rome mad. So they came to the Carthaginian leadership and asked that they give them Hannibal as prisoner, they rejected the offer. Then the Romans asked the Carthaginians if they wanted war or peace, and they said “You pick”.

The Roman officials thought it would be fun to fight the Africans and Spanish, because they were not as well trained or well armed as them. Only Flavius rejected the idea, knowing that war was bad for the people. Hannibal came by land, crossing the Alps and making it to Italy months before expected, losing 1/3 of his army and all but 1 elephant in the process, as well as being stung by a mosquito in the eye in a swamp, and losing his vision in that eye. The Romans proceeded to send out their armies in blocks, standing shoulder to shoulder while Hannibal tore through them with flanks and spear head formations, as well as making good use of his Calvary on the wings. He would use tricks to draw out the Romans (like burning their civilians fields, or sending a herd of cattle with torches on their horns towards them so they would think the army was closer than it was)

The most well known battle is the battle of Cannae. In this battle Hannibal had a force of roughly 50,000 men from all over Africa and Europe who were armed with what they could find on the battle field since most of them came from tribal backgrounds. The Romans had roughly 90,000, better trained, better armed, better armored, less ethnically/culturally diverse, etc.

Before the Battle, one of Hannibal's officers named “Gisgo” said to Hannibal “They have many more men than us, we will surely be beaten today” and Hannibal replied “In all their vast number, one thing escapes your notice. There is not one of them named Gisgo”.

And that day 50,000 men killed 70,000 men, and sent the other 20,000 running. Hannibal won by accidentally inventing what is now called “the Pincer”. After this Hannibal controlled Italy via Martial Rule for 15 years, where he was basically a Bat Man like King that everyone could call on for help.

Eventually, Rome listened to a youth named Scipio Africanus (Which is a possible reason for the name of the continent we now call “Africa”) who said to them “Why do you fight Hannibal and not Carthage” and the General said “Carthage is across the sea, Hannibal is a weeks march from Rome's gates” and Scipio replied “What is Hannibal without Carthage?”, then they destroyed Carthage by burning it to the ground, and sold many of the citizens in to slavery (while others were nailed to crosses) allowing Romans to move to North Africa and farm the empty land.

Hannibal became something like a war consultant for other nations, and eventually committed suicide and wrote a note that said “Now you can all rest, knowing this old man is dead”


At this time Rome started building in places like Libya.



And one of the Carthaginians major Gods was “Ba'al Hamon” who was celebrated December 25th. As Rome clashed with Carthage for over 15 years, they adopted their festival. Later this would be chosen to be the day that Christians (which didn't exist yet) would celebrate Christmas. And obviously, it was mixed with the Traditions of Mithras. Mithras had a Mithras (pine) tree, Contracts between people (Marriage), the red and white man that appears, and a celebration feast. Saturnalia had the gift giving as well as a celebration feast. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal-hamon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturnalia


Soon after came Eratosthenes, who measured the circumference of the Earth (and did tons of other things).

Then there was Plutarch, who is now called a historian, but he was just collecting information and writing about it. And Seleucus of Seleucia, who was one of the first ones to ever propose that the Earth went around the Sun and not the other way around.

Then there was Cicero, who started a Political revolution (like revamped Democracy itself).


And around the time of Cicero, Greece beings trading Incense with India.


Then this guy. And I want to point out that no one in the Jesus part of the Bible ever got married, they were just a group of people who were in jail a lot, and identified each other with their fish symbol. Much like modern prison gangs with their gang signs. Gangs have always existed and have always involved people of all colors. Just like now we have racist Aryan Nazi gangs in the same jails as FOLKS and Bloods. Jesus also did not predict his own death, when he said “One of you will betray me” it was more of an order than a prediction. Because if none of Jesus' followers had given him up to be killed, then the Roman empire would have come for the entire group. But once Jesus was dead, the empire would let them live.


When the Romans killed Jesus they were having fun. It was a joke to them. We have all heard of the sign they put over his head that said “King of the Jews”, but there was more to it than that. They gave him a crown of thorns to represent what he tried to teach the people.







Jesus Crown is now theorized by scholars to have been made of… Acacia…



Around this same time Distilling is invented, aka The first Liquor (invented around 1 AD, but no one knows who invented it). In ancient times the ONLY way to get drunk was to find fruit and yeast, or grapes (which have natural yeast) and let it ferment. So they would “Turn grape juice into wine” via fermentation. Jesus may have had clear liquor, and when people said “water into wine” they were making a reference to what they thought was a person who was able to ferment water (clear liquid) in to wine (the only thing they had ever seen with alcohol content before that). When Native Americans were introduced to Liquor later they called it “Fire Water”.


The first documented Distillation was by Alexander of Aphrodisias soon after the life of “Jesus”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_of_Aphrodisias


There is also the “Sea of Galilee” where Jesus “Walked on Water” after suggesting that the fishermen cast their nets in a certain spot to catch fish. Recently they have found a mound in the middle of the lake that seems to have been put there by humans. No one knows for what, but it functions as fish housing, and if Jesus knew about it (somehow without scuba diving) he would have known where to tell them to cast their nets. (again, this is all IF there is any truth to the Bible) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/10/sea-of-galilee-underwater-stone-monument-archaeologists-israel_n_3051398.html


To the Ancient Greeks, the Phoenicians are where the “Phoenix” comes from. Basically, the Myth of the Phoenix tells the story of the Phoenicians. And when the Romans defeated the Punic people, they burned their city to the ground systematically and continuously for almost a month. And 200 years later when they killed Jesus, they made sure to not let any fire touch him and they locked him in a stone chamber. And if there is ANY truth to the Bible story, I think his body was taken to be burned. And when they saw him “reincarnated” it was not really him. Even the Bible (which is not a good source of facts) says that when they say Jesus outside the tomb he had a new face and had to prove who he was by showing that he had holes in his hands.


Then there was “Seneca the Younger” who the early Church called “Our Seneca” and he is known for being a tutor to Nero. His older brother was in the Bible, in the Bible he is called “Gallio”. Nero is known for fiddling for fun while Rome burned to the ground.


Then came Justin Martyr who was the first one to say “Jesus is the Word” (Logos Theory), and he pretty much ruined the world. But not completely, there were still people willing to think about things. Jesus NEVER said “Stop learning”.


Then came Galen who made some more advancements in medicine.


Then soon after this (around 300 AD) Christianity kinda started to take hold of the world (thanks to Emporer Constantine who saw a cross in a dream and it said “In This Sign I Conquer”), and all this stuff was considered which craft.


Around 400 AD a Star of David appears in Galilee, but it was not a Jewish symbol yet.


In 451 Nestorianism begins, where Jesus is divided into 2 distinct parts. Divine and Human.

And early Christian nuns start up in Armenia. Notice the difference between this and the Venus statuettes from earlier “religion”.


then about 200 years LATER (around 600 AD) the Quran begins to be written and is finished around 630 AD.

Around 900 AD the first Roses were distilled in and around Turkey making the first Rose essence (the strongest and most sought after molecule in Rose essence is Damascone), which led to progress in fragrance and incense. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_oil


When people think of Assassins they think of an Asian person with a black mask and smoke bombs, but that is not where Assassins come from, the first Assassins were “Hashashins”, who were Muslims from around 1000 AD. Also known as the Fedayin (Meaning 'The Martyrs', or 'Men Who Accept Death').


The leader of the Hashashins was Hassan-I Sabbah, who was a Syrian man who was known as “the Old Man of the Mountain” due to his takeover of a Mountain fortress that he used to fight against the Turkish Muslims nearby who were conquering in the area. He was Syrian but he was trained in Egypt. His takeover of the fort was done fairly peacefully. He converted the village around it, then started training missionaries and used them to infiltrate the castle then stormed it while his own people were inside. This was in modern Iran, which the American government considers to be a terrorist state today.



What Hassan did was bring a bunch of men together in his castle, and tell them that if they listened to him he would take them to heaven. Then he would take Milk infused with Hashish and give it to them to drink and let them fall asleep, at which point they would be taken to a secret part of the castle that had all kinds of foods and a bunch of women, and he would tell them that this room was heaven. Then he would let them fall asleep and he would take them out of the room and tell them that if they fought for him, he would take them back to heaven.


The way the group operated was kind of like Fight Club. They would work as caterers and servants and even slaves to people until they could make their way up the political ladder, where they would be hired or enslaved by enemy royalty. Then they would use their position to gain information or kill someone they were told to kill.


Doing this they gained good political favor across a wider region, and they began to convert more missionaries. And this most likely continued as a cycle, with people pretending the leader was not dead after he died, because historically this would have happened around 1100 AD, but Marco Polo tells it as if it is modern around 1200 AD. They were known for “Strangulation” and for being Muslims that warred against other Muslims, but eventually they made enemies with the Templars.


Most people think that Thanksgiving started in America, but it actually began before America was even “discovered”. The Thanksgiving we celebrate today was actually established around the time of Abraham Lincoln, and was based on a situation between the Pilgrims and Indians in which the Pilgrims were trying to be hard asses and the Indians outnumbered them, so they started handing out food.

But the Tradition of the Turkey goes back further. During the Crusades, there was a proclamation made that all Turkish Moors (Black people) needed to be killed. And once this was done, they established a celebration in which you eat a Turkey to “Give Thanks” to God for the Christian victory over the “Turkies”. The Muslim world at one point was the pinnacle of scholarship, there was a period in time when Mosques were basically laboratories and language translation libraries, but after the Crusades they never recovered, even today.


But, the Assassin Mind set did survive. We still see it today.

These are Ninjas.


These are Terrorists


These are Zealots


Around 1100 AD, the Star of David becomes a symbol of Judaism. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leningrad_Codex


then we decided to have juries so that we can judge our own peers. Via The Magna Carta in 1215.



Around this time there was an African city known as Timbuktu that was a Muslim trade capitol. Later it became part of the Mali Empire.


1306, glasses were invented. And I always wonder if they thought people with bad vision were just bad at reading and hard to relate to and stuff before this.


Then came the Thugs, professional organized Assassins in India. When the British Empire came to India these groups were a huge problem. They wanted death, so they would fight anyone and everyone they came in contact with. They would just wait near bridges and crossroads waiting for people to fight and if they could not find anyone, they would just run off a cliff. I know they sound crazy, but those are just the extremes. Just like the Hashashins, these people were much like Fight Club.

The first mention of them as organized Assassins instead of regular thieves is around 1356 In the reign of that sultan (about 1290), some Thugs were taken in Delhi, and a man belonging to that fraternity was the means of about a thousand being captured. But not one of these did the sultan have killed. He gave orders for them to be put into boats and to be conveyed into the lower country, to the neighbourhood of Lakhnauti, where they were to be set free. The Thugs would thus have to dwell about Lakhnauti and would not trouble the neighbourhood of Delhi any more. —Sir HM Elliot, History of India, iii. 141. Membership was passed from father to son, and now a days it wouldn't be considered “passing” but being stuck in a cycle that is perpetuated by class systems, which begs the question if people withholding money from other people has not been the cause of all of this all along… But, as I said before it was much like Fight Club. They way they would operate is by joining a caravan and making friends with the merchants or travelers who they were with. Then once they had gained trust, another thug would join the group. Then eventually another, possibly even spanning themselves over hundreds of miles sometimes. Then, they once they were all together, they would attack. They usually had favorite killing places that they would lead people to, called “Beles”. And just like the Assassins their main mode of attack was “Strangulation”, which caused the British army to call them the “Noose Operators”,



The leaders of the Gangs called themselves Jemadar, and each member had their own role like “Look out” and “Hit man” etc, and many of the Jemadar seem to have been recruited by the Zamindars to carry out Thuggee operations. The British eventually “Suppressed them” and claim that they were eradicated, but my theory is that they are just the Heroine dealers now. But they started being talked about in the 1300s.


The first perfume (Essential Oil made through Distillation, mixed with some form of Alcohol) was invented in a city called “toilet”, and perfume was originally called “Eau de Toilet”. It was made with Rosemary oil. During this time people did not clean themselves often, so they wore this stuff all the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eau_de_toilette#History_of_eau_de_toilette


Then Leonardo De Vinci came around in the 1400s. He would sneak in to morgues and open up dead bodies so he could draw them, and didn't tell anyone about this until he became a artist for the king. He invented the first Helicopter, the first Tank, the first Scuba Suit (which the British later made), and sparked many of the things you see on our battlefields today, just by drawing some crazy made up stuff.









Da Vinci also designed the scuba suit, which would be made by the British empire later, based on his original design. And somehow he predicted that a person would need access to new air, even before we knew about the existence of CO2. Though, we did know that a person would die if they were in a sealed leather bag or something that could be sealed before plastic existed.



Also in the 1400s, the Bubonic Plague, which ravaged Europe do to the lack of soap and sanitation at the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bubonic_plague


Valerian roots use dates to LONG before this. Humans use it to sleep better, while cats also like it because it may mimic cat urine. If you have heard the myth of the “Pied Piper” who played his flute and led the plague rats out of town, in the story he had valerian root in his pockets, and modern exterminators still use that trick. No one has ever proven that it attracts rats though. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valerian_(herb)


Catnip has also been used by both humans and cats for thousands of years. Cats have stronger noses than humans, so when they smell it, it gets in their bloodstream as if they had taken it orally, or in a pipe. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nepeta_cataria


Now FINALLY comes the scientific method with Sir Frances Bacon… How were people doing science before that?


Then the Haast eagle (Largest Eagle in the world) and the Moa bird (It's food) went extinct. The Haast also probably ate humans.





Moa (4 species)


Around this time Coffee was first made. According to legend there were Tribes in Ethiopia that used the Coffee berries to make balls that they would eat before they went in to battle to make them ready to be warriors in battle. Also according to legend, Coffee was first made when the villagers in Yemen showed the plant to a monk and he declared it to be evil and threw it in a fire, where the villagers collected it, ground it up and made coffee. The beans/seed inside the berry is actually the worst tasting part of the plant. The coffee we have in the “Western World” ALL comes from just one clone they made a long time ago, then just kept cloning and pollinating. We have been breeding this specific strain for hardiness and flavor, but if we mix it with the Ethiopian strains, we will have entirely new strains of coffee with all kinds of new possible things to love about coffee. New flavors, etc.


The most expensive coffee comes from a cat. there is a cat that only eats ripe berries, so there are people that go through the cats poop knowing that it has chosen only the best berries, then they sell them to Americans. The animal is called a Civet.


According to some sources, Khat also came out of Ethiopia into Yemen at this time. It is an addictive stimulant that is similar to methamphetamine, but used in Arab countries. When racism used to be the cool thing to do in America, American's called Arabs “Qhat Eaters” to discriminate during war time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khat#History


Around this same time Kratom began to spread from Asia, no one really knows much about its ancient origins prior to this. But it is psychoactive in humans and is made into a tea. It can be a stimulant or a sedative depending how much you take. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitragyna_speciosa



And Iboga, which has in recent times been discovered to have the ability to cure people addicted to Heroine, and after only 1 use of Iboga tea. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabernanthe_iboga


And if 1492, Columbus sailed the Ocean Blue. And when he got to America he thought he was in India, which again leads me to believe that India was somehow involved in pre-Columbian ocean trade, because he mistook the people and their things for India. When he got to America he actually landed in the Bahamas, and was basically a starving hell demon when he and his people got off the boat. They saw that the islanders had gold nose rings and stuff, so they asked them to collect gold, but there was not much gold on the island. So Columbus would take a pound of flesh for every pound of gold that they didn't bring to meet his quota.

When the Spanish came to America, they found the natives doing various hallucinogenic drugs. One of which was a cactus, the Spanish named the cactus “Saint Peter” or “San Pedro” in Spanish, because Saint Peter is said to be the one at Heavens gate who decides if you get in. We still call it San Pedro today, and it can be found at places like home depot, or even in your house or yard without you knowing what it was. They are widely used as decoration. It is very similar to Peyote, but there are no laws against it.

San Pedro




Morning Glory, which contains LSDs naturally produced sister, LSA. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ololiuqui http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipomoea


Datura, which had already been being used in India, it is a Deleriant and if a person takes too much they will die.




Calea Ternifolia aka “Dream Herb” which was used to recall and have dreams. Some people still use it today. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calea_ternifolia


Tobacco, which along with cocaine, rum, coffee, tea and human beings, became a major trade item across the ocean. The main tobacco we smoke on Earth is Nicotiana Tobacum, but there are also other species, such as Nicotiana Rustica aka Sacred Tobacco.

Regular Tobacco


Sacred Tobacco


Along with Tobacco came the “Peace Pipe” aka Calumet.


And “Coca” which is the plant that “Cocaine” is extracted from. Datura and Cocaine are related, and there are compounds in Datura (Tropane Alkaloids) that have been discovered can be synthesized into cocaine. Random fact, when cocaine is consumed with alcohol they come together to form an entirely new molecule, and there are Tropane family molecules that are similar to cocaine.


And many of the tribes considered the Butterfly to be an important symbolic animal, because it went through changes and migrated, which they saw as amazing. This is the Blackfoot symbol for Butterfly

If you have ever wondered why Amsterdam has the Marijuana and the Coffee and the Cubensis Mushrooms/Truffles and the Ecstasy, and everything else. It is because it was a major player in the Triangle trade, where Rum, Sugar and Slaves were traded Across the ocean. So all kinds of plants would get dropped off there.



The thing that they traded to make Sugar to make Rum was “Sugar cane” aka Giant Reed. Sugar is made by burning sugar cane.


If you have ever wondered why Jamaica is known for Marijuana, that can be found in this era as well. Jamaica was a slave port where slavers (who wer Christian & Muslim) would bring people from Africa, find a pregnant women and hang her by her feet. Then cut the baby out of her stomach in front of everyone in order to make them afraid, to decrease chances of runaways. Eventually some slaves got away and were called “Maroons” because they had no way off the island. They started making families with the natives on the island, and eventually they had the “Maroon Wars” where they gained there indepedence. Marijuana helped them keep their independence by giving them something to export and make things like clothes with.


At the end of the 1500s came Shakespeare. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Shakespeare


1602, Jamestown Virginia is the first American Settlement. After Roanoke, where everyone mysteriously disappeared. The scribes at Jamestown claimed that native Americans already had 2 story stone houses, walls, etc when they got there, and that white prisoners were seen with natives, as well as various white people that were living along side natives. No one knows what happened to the Roanoke colony, and the number of white people seen with natives far outnumbers the number of people that were part of the colony. When the Jamestown people came they walled themselves in and acted as if the natives were the walking dead outside, so there could have easily been booming commerce happening between people that never wrote anything down and all we have is the writings of crazy people who thought the zombies hordes were outside. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamestown,_Virginia


the only thing the Roanoke settlers left for the next colonists was a tree that said “Croatoan” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roanoke_Colony


After that came Galileo Galilee (1564-1642), who said the Sun did not rotate around the Earth, and the Catholic church did not let him out of Purgatory (according to them) until 1992.


And we all know about Pirates, but we usually think of them as dirty European people. But as it turns out the “Barbary Pirates” which really started the whole “Pirate” thing were actually part of this tradition, here is there flag.

Here is a painting of them.


Then came Newton, who discovered Gravity.


In 1627 the last Aurochs (wild Cattle used to expand the genepool and create many of the variations we have today) died.


1662 We killed off the Dodos.


In 1676 British soldiers were sent to stop the Rebellion of Bacon, and the people in Jamestown boiled some Datura (Now called Jimsonweed in America, via Jamestown Weed) and mixed the Tropanes into a salad that the soldiers ate, when they ate it they hallucinated and the Americans basically laughed at them as they tripped in a very unpleasant way. Datura is NOT a hallucinogen, it is a delleriant, it makes you delirious. And if you take too much (which is actually not that much if you are boiling things to make extractions) it is a poison, and can easily kill you. Native Americans would eat the seeds or leaves in safe amounts to get effects. It can be used as a muscle anti-spasmatic, or a delleriant depending on dose. It contains Atropine which doctors use to make Benztropine that they prescribe FOR anti-spasmatic effect.


in the 17th century comes the “Electrostatic Machine”, which is around the same time Benjamin Franklin was messing around with his kite, also around the time the first “Leyden jar” was invented.


In 1709 Cologne was invented in a town called Cologne. It was really just perfume with a certain mix (alcohol and citrus). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eau_de_Cologne


Then, America was made. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Constitution with MAJOR contributions by a man name Benjamin Banneker. And since America is a Rogue nation hated by the other Christians at the time, the only nation that will even recognize their existence is the Moorish Empire (which has now shrunk to Morocco) and the Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1777 with Morocco established America's Sovereignty.


And Betsy Ross made a flag based on an existing design from the “East India Trade Company” which operated in America trading Rum and Slaves. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/East_India_Company

Amendment I Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Amendment II A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Amendment III No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

Amendment IV The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Amendment V No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

Amendment VI In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.

Amendment VII In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

Amendment VIII Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

Amendment IX The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

Amendment X The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Then came “Coke” in the 18th century. Along with Steam power.




Then in the 19th Century they were extracting Gas from Coal, probably like modern Coalbed Methane Extraction.

During most of this century there was a man named David Livingstone who was a Doctor, Christian Missionary and an Explorer in Africa. He was one of the only white people there for a long time, so when people would see a white person in Africa, they would say “Doctor Livingstone I presume” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Livingstone



In 1812 the White House (which was Pink at the time) was burned down in a second war with Britain called th war of 1812.


1821 the Mexican flag was made, which depicts some Aztec symbolism. When the ancient Aztecs were expelled from the mainland of America, their God Huitzlipochtli told them to build a city in the spot where they saw and Eagle on a cactus with a snake. Mexico and Mexico city both are derived from the Aztec word for themselves, which was “Mexica”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huitzilopochtli


If you ever want to make real Margaritas you need Damiana, which they have traditionally been made with. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turnera_diffusa


In the 1820s Mormonism started, and they could not drink Caffeine, so they popularized the ancient Chinese “Ephedra” which had been in use for 5,000 years. In America the plant is sometimes called “Mormon Tea” because they use it in place of coffee and tea. This plant also contains the main ingredient to make methamphetamine, if you have heard of people using “Sudafed” that contains “Psuedo-Ephedrine”, Ephedra contains Ephedrine. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ephedra


Then as we expanded our knowledge of Electricity and more Importantly Electromagnetism, it gave way to Motors in 1821 and 1827.



Then in 1839 Alexander Edmond Becquerel said “Shining Light on and Electrode Submerged in a Conductive Solution will Create an Electric Current” and solar power was made.


According to Myth 1839 is the same year Abner Doubleday invented baseball.


Also during the 1800s, Fezzes (singular: Fez) became popular in the Ottoman Empire. The Fez is similar to both the Phrygian cap and the Modius. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fez http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modius_(headdress)


In 1858, the Transatlantic telegraph cable was made.


Then Thomas Edison invented Electric Light in 1879. Wait… What were they using all this stuff for before this, right?


Then came Tesla. Who gave us the theories necessary for radio and invented Radio Control, like Remote Control cars or the Controller for your TV which he called “Teleautomation”.


And around the same time as Tesla (1880) was the “Crystal Oscillator”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crystal_oscillator


Then Nikola Tesla gets a little crazy with it as can be seen in “Colorado Springs Notes” and starts doing tests with Wireless Telegraphs (with no satellites) and harnessing Atmospheric energy which is flowing all around everyone at all times, no need to be extracted from the Earth or created through motion because as Tesla discovered the world has its own Resonant Frequency. He created lighting that made thunder that could be heard for 15 miles, and it created all kinds of strange effects with anything electric or metal near by, people reported seeing shocks and sparks and St. Elmo's Fires everywhere. Meaning, he invented wireless electricity and we never used it.



He also invented a Steam Powered Oscillator that he claims caused an Earthquake.

You have probably heard of a “Tesla Coil” and the US Government holds the Patent for the “Tesla Wireless Transmitter”. He tried to use the trasmitter to transmit wireless electricity across the Atlantic.



In 1892, Football was invented.


In 1894 the British Government completed the “Indian Hemp Drugs Commission”, they were afriad (due to their lack of contact with Marijuana and Hashish) that the Indian people may become crazy or evil from smoking. But after testing a bunch of people, they concluded that it was not dangerous and should be taxed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Hemp_Drugs_Commission


In 1898 Bayer Pharmaceuticals invented Heroine by mixing pure vinegar (acetic acid) with Morphine, and turned the Poppy plant into something Americans loved even more at first. Coca-Cola was invented (containing Cocaine from the Coca plant, and flavor extract from the Cola Nut, hence Coca-Cola) by someone who had bad heroine hangovers, and needed something to pick him up in the morning. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heroin#History

Then came Marcus Garvey and Noble Drew Ali.

Marcus Garvey came to America from Jamaica, and as he traveled around America he began to wonder to himself “Where are the black institutions?”, then he went to South America and wondered to himself “Where are the black institutions?”. Then he decided to just start it on his own. He began speaking as many places as he could, and taking donations that would have otherwise gone to the church. He used this money to start black wall street (Which was destroyed in the Oklahoma bombing), and a black cruise line known as “The Black Star”. He created what we now call the “Black Power” movement, and is the reason Bob Marley said “One Love” which is a reference to Africa, not Marijuana. Garvey also had parades, where everyone would come out in full military Regalia with flags and everything, and they would march in the streets. And it made a lot of people very proud of who they were, as well as giving black people all over the world a sense of connection with Africa. He never made it to Africa and he died of a heart attack after reading an article in the paper where someone thought he had died and wrote about how his people had forgotten and abandoned him before he died, which was not true. He had just been kicked out of America since he was there on Visa and had been “causing trouble” according to the white establishment.


Noble Drew Ali was alive at the same time as Marcus Garvey, and he had similar impact on American culture. He created the Moorish Science Temple and taught Black people in America about America's history with the Moorish empire, as well as the connection of previous slaves (who had no identity, since they were taken from their homes and cultures without any souvenirs) to their Ancestors as well as teaching them about the possibility of Muslim ancestry, instead of the lineages they had been taught in the Bible that had been given to them in America. He was much more mysterious than Marcus Garvey, so it is a little harder to make a brief summary of him. But maybe this picture will help.


The Movements started by Noble Drew Ali and Marcus Garvey led to what we know as “The Civil Rights Movement” and “The Black Panthers” and Malcolm X (who was actually a mouth piece for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad). The Panthers were literally organized as a form of “Personal Police” because when there was segregation the police would be WAY different in white neighborhoods than black ones, which was a major shocking discovery for white people in the 60s.

Then Einstein discovered the Photo-Electronic effect as well as showed us how to split atoms teaching us that all matter is potential energy or E=MC2. Einstein once said “I wish I had been a watch maker”



This was around the same time Nicholas Roerich made the “Great Seal” which was put on our dollar, because many politicians contemporary with Roerich (and even today) idolized him, almost like a God. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Roerich


Not long after (the “Hippies” were closer to WW II than we are to the Hippies as far as time span) Timothy Leary invented LSD out of Ergot, which is found on about 1/3 of all cereal grains (wheat, rye, etc). Near the end of his life he claimed to be able to create controlled hallucinations where people would see angles and other things, simply by using the right light patterns and colors. Ergot itself is thought to be what what caused the Salem witch trials, they hypothesize that it was in the bread, and Ergot that has not been changed into LSD causes permanent mental changes.


You may have heard of the book “One Flew Over the Cuckoos nest”, it was written by a man who worked in an insane Asylum. His neighbor was a Doctor and had gotten chosen to be a volunteer for an LSD psychological testing project that he had signed up for, but he was too scared to go, so he gave his ticket to Ken Kesey, Kesey was the man who worked at the Asylum. After the test he started doing acid at home, then at work and he realized that the people in the insane asylum were just regular people that were not treated right or had made bad decisions, then had been passed around by doctors so much that no one even thought of them as people any more. He wrote the book “One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest” based on this. Then he used his book money to buy a bus and drive with some friends (They called themselves “The Merry Pranksters” and had a bus named “Furthur” which is Further and Future mixed) across the country. LSD was legal at this time (much like Research Chemicals today, legal to buy, sell, trade, and give away) so they would give it to anyone that wanted it, and even some people that had no idea they were taking it. Which eventually became the “Acid Test” which is where the Grateful Dead started, they were called the Warlocks before they started being the Acid Test house band. Ken Kesey and the Diggers would get everyone together and give them acid (usually in Kool-Aid, sometimes in Turkey sandwiches and other things, there is a book about it called “The electric Kool-Aid Acid Test”). Ken Kesey and timothy Leary met and everyone thought it was going to be awesome, but they did not like each other because Timothy Leary was very clinical while Ken Kessey was much more of a free love and rock and roll oriented person.


Around the Same time came the Black Panthers and the Yippies who were involved in what is now know as “The Chicago 7” or “The Chicago 8” trial. A famous quote about Yippies says “A Yippie is a Hippie who was beaten by the cops” and together with the Black Panthers and the Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers they were the catalysts for almost everything in the 60s (everything that wasn't music). w Bobby Seale was the leader of the Panthers along with Huey Newton, while Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman were the leaders of the Yippies. In the Chicago Trial there was discussion about an event you have probably heard of that involved the Yippies and the Up Against the Wall MotherFuckers. The Yippies passed out flyers telling people to go to the pentagon so everyone could surround it and meditate to get it to float off the ground, then the Up Against the Wall MotherFuckers broke in and spray painted the wall. This was the protest where people were putting flowers in the guns of the soldiers.


The Black Panthers were not actually the violent crime group that people make them out to be. They were responding to police violence in their communities and decided hat THEY wanted tbe the police. So they picked up some Shotguns and Law Books and followed the police to make sure they didn't fuck around. Then concealed weapons laws were made.


The “Yippies” were more of a festival group. They would go around speaking and passing out flyers and planning events, they called it “Liberating Territories” and they would have people fly their flag to show that a territory had been Liberated. Abbie Hoffman wrote “Steal This Book” which had tons of stuff he stole from the diggers, and sparked modern changes in soda machines and pay phones, as well as sparked many of the minds in the Yippie movement. http://www.tenant.net/Community/steal/steal.html

Eventually came the Riot in Chicago, where police released dogs and used hoses and military tactics. This was the FIRST time the police beat people in front of everyone live on TV, and it shocked everyone that police could ever do that to Americans. But eventually people rationalized it by calling protests “leftist” even though the Hippies were crashing the Democratic national convention, not attending it.


Then came Sasha Shulgin who is known for “rediscovering” ecstasy. The first person to write about it thought it was a complete trash product because he was making something else and ecstasy came out on the side. But one of Shulgins college students told him about it, and he brought it in to the therapeutic and psychological community. later he wrote the books Pihkal and Tihkal, which would give the world HUNDREDS of more psychoactive drugs, and pathways for new drugs. Without him we would hardly understand the brain like we do. Modern ecstasy usually has one of the other things Shulgin invented in it and not actual MDMA, and many are just cut with the much different molecules Caffeine or Meth. If there were a place that made pills like vikadin and oxycontin are made, then it would be much safer. When Shulgin first made ecstasy it involved a laboratory and complex synthesis, now people use Piperonal which is obtained through peppercorns and just stop at MDA because it is easier to make, and some people like it more. Science advances more when we use things properly instead of letting random street dealers who want money make drugs for kids to buy because we want the comfort of calling it “illegal”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Shulgin


The drugs Shulgin made were called “Designer Drugs” because they are made by a designer, meaning, someone thought up the molecule and thought it would be real if they tried to make it (they would predict these things using molecular models, like the hexagons and stuff you saw in Chemistry class). What this inspired me to do is make “Designer Smells”, so instead of taking MDMA and DMT and LSD and Mescaline and altering their structures, I want to take (and have predicted some structures) fragrances like Cinnemaldehyde, Lemonene, Damascone, etc. and create new molecules just like he did, so we can have smells that no one has ever smelled before in history.

Then starting in the 2000s, we (America) began a “Crusade” through the middle East, where we decided to pit the Christian God against the Muslim God via Bullets. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trijicon_biblical_verses_controversy


ISIS is responding, thinking that their God can help them now…


If you remember what I said before, Judaism. Christianity and Islam are NOT 3 religions, they are 1 religion practiced 3 ways.

And now. 3D Printers






Did you think the Middle East was a shit hole? Well, while we were having our towers knocked down and arresting our labor force for plants they have in their pocket, Saudi Arabia has been using our oil money to oppress women and alcoholics into the future..





If anyone wants to grow plants, in modern times we have learned that we can use Coconut shell shavings (Coco Coir) as substrate (in place of dirt) and grow MUCH bigger plants meaning bigger fruit. This can also be used with Fungus, in both situations nutrients are needed. If you get a solid Coco brick you have to get it wet to make it puff up. Below are some examples of plants and fungus grown in Coco.


Marijuana is Legal to Grow for Personal Use in Colorado & can Possibly be Grown for Religious use in any state.


Legal to grow for Personal Use in New Mexico


No one has to prove anything about their religion in court unless they want to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_v._Ballard

You do not have to define a supreme being. They specifically note that Texas law does not define a supreme being. http://atheism.about.com/library/decisions/religion/bl_l_ESARylander.htm

This ruling says that individuals do not have religious exemption in the context of a job http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Employment_Division_v._Smith

But religious companies can reject laws they do not agree with according to the Hobby Lobby Ruling. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burwell_v._Hobby_Lobby

Also, Ayahuasca has been ruled legal for religious use by the supreme court, and it is protected by the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonzales_v._O_Centro_Espirita_Beneficente_Uniao_do_Vegetal

There is also “Scrog” which allows you to top plants various times, then grow each branch as it's own plant. Or even weave a few branches to let them grow as if there are more branches.



The indoor growing of plants is made possible by heavy duty indoor lights. During the “Veg” season, metal halide lights are best (the kind they use to light the highway).


You can also use CFL or LED for veg, but some people say they are not as good.



During “Flower” season (the last 2 months of growing) it is best to use HPS aka High Pressure Sodium lights.


If you would like to make plant extractions, the best way is to get a chemistry still to distill things, you just make a tea and boil the tea away to the other side. You can use this to boil Banana peels, Lemon peels, Cinnamon, Lemon Grass, Roses etc and get essential oils.

Dry Extraction can be done if you have a metal screen. This is the least effective way, most Grinders have this built in, and the plant material has most of the essential oils left in it after this process.


You can also make “Solvent hash” which is usually more crude, but it has the ability of extracting more. You can actually put plant material in a still, then extract it with solvents and still get things. Solvent extract will usually get plant material too though, which makes the end result less desirable. But this can be used on everything from tree bark, to grass, to leaves, to flowers, to cacti, to fungi. This is usually poured through some type of coffee filter or cheese cloth or even paper towels to keep plant material out. Some solvents can catch fire, so if you do this, don't do it indoors or while smoking. The solvent will have to evaporate, and different solvents evaporate at different rates. The faster the evaporation, the more flammable it is.


This is how (without the evaporation step) Absinthe was made in the past, which was and is a wormwood Thujone/Full spectrum extraction. Some artists would put opium in their Absinthe to give it more of an effect.


If you do this with Marijuana, you get a tincture.


Water Extraction is not as effective as solvent extraction, but you can do a water extraction, then use the same material for a solvent extraction. These extractions are usually done with a Mesh bag with a Micron above 25, but below 300. You have even use multiple bags and get multiple grades.

Butter and other oils can also be used to extract things from plants, but again, you can use the leftover plant material in water or solvent extractions still. People use this method to make Marijuana cookies and brownies, and it can be used for other plants as well.

If you do this with Glycerin (available at Wal Mart) you are making vapor oil.


BHO, Butane Hash Oil is probably the cleanest form of Solvent Hash, but Butane is extremely flammable and evaporates extremely fast, especially if it is in a Hot water bath. This is made by putting plant material in an airtight space, and spraying butane through it. The Butane extracts the essential oils, then comes out through a filter. If you put lemon grass and Marijuana in the extractor, you can get a mixture that allows you to use less hash to get your medicinal effects. Unless you need clinical grade, then that is the opposite of what you need. My brother died because doctors were scared of Marijuana, he was 10 years old and they thought it was too dangerous to give him Marijuana, and now he is dead. But if we had a pure extract in a bottle a doctor could put in a syringe and stick in an unconscious patient's arm, knowing it is clean and clinical grade. What I am showing you is medical grade, not clinical grade.


CO2 is how you make cleaner, safer BHO. Same method, but with CO2 canisters.


Then in India what they do with their Marijuana leafs and stems is let them sit in milk, then strain it out. And drink the milk, and since milk is on the Ph scale, it can extract at a VERY weak rate.


You can also “Polarize” the contents of some plants to make it even purer. You have to learn about Alkaloids to do that though, and know what to buy for the one you are using. People use Turkey basters, or gravy pourers, or the put it in their bong and blow instead of suck. Because once they naturally separate you have to actually get the layer you want. Once layer will have alkaloids, one layer will have resins.


And This list is not an endorsement, it is simply a list of Bio-Active Alkaloids. Let's cure cancer, let's cure AIDS (some of these are KNOWN to treat Cancer, AIDS, brain swelling, Head Trauma, Alzheimer's Disease, Broken Relationships/Marriages, Depression, Boring Sex lives, Addiction, ADD/ADHD, Sleep Disorders, Alcoholism (even some things on the list that can clear up drunkenness, cocaine/meth highs, and even trips) and other things, but not all doctors know about them, or care to acknowledge them), let's find the chemical that lets us transition into the next big metal alloy or microchip. If you need a molecule that doesn't exist, check this list before you give up. Research these things, some are poisons, some are said to bring on Godly experiences, some are just good for you. People can DIE from things on this list, so again, this list is not an endorsement, but people can also be SAVED by things on this list. And the future can be built on this list, because I believe that the personal identity of a human being is heavily dependent on the nitrogen bonds they put in their body occasionally (THC, Opiates, Nootropics, Hallucinogens etc.) and nitrogen bonds they put in their body every day (Nicotine, Caffeine, Opiates, etc)

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Cinchocaine, DAA-1097, DAA-1106, DOTFM, DMPEA, DMCM, Dyclonine, Ethylvanilin, Evoxine, Furoquinoline Alkaloids, Gabazine, GBLD-345, Rapacuronium, Mivacurium Chloride, Cisatracurium Besilate, DTC, Cloroqualone, Diproqualone, Mecloqualone, Methylmethaqualone, Eszopiclone, TP-003, TP-13, TPA-023, Y-23684, Pagoclone, Pazinaclone, Suproclone, Suriclone, Zapiclone, CGS-9896, NS-2664, NS-2710, Pipequaline, RWJ-51204, SB-205,384, ELB-139, Acamprosate, GABOB, N4-Chloroacetylcytosine Arabinoside, (+)-CAMP, CACA, AZD-3355, 1,4-Butanediol, XP19986, Atagabalin, Gabapentin Enacarbit, Hopantenic Acid, Imagabalin, 4-Methylpregabalin, PD-217,014, Afloqualone, Rocuronium Bromide, Vecuronium Bromide, Pipecuronium Bromide, Pancuronium Bromide, Amyl Nitrate, Atracurium Besilate, BWA444, Benzylisoqualone, Papaverine, Protopine, HS-342, HS-347, HS-310, Emylcamate, Eperisone, Febarbamate, Flavoxate, Inaperisone, Acamprosate, Progabide, Tiagabine, Lanperisone, Mephenesin, HS-692, HS-693, HS-704, HS-705, HS-626, Chlorzoxazone, Cisatracurium Besilate, Curare, Cyclobenzapine, Dantrolene, Decamethonium, Difebarbamate, Dihydrochanclonium, Doxacurium Chloride, Gallamine Triethiodide, Gantacurium Chloride, Hexafluronium Bromide, Meprobamate, Metaxalone, Methocarbamol, Norgesic, Orphenadrine, Pancuronium Bromide, Phenprobamate, Pipecuronium Bromide, Premazepam, Promoxolane, Quazepam, Rocuronium Bromide, Silperisone, Sulazepam, Suxamethonium Chloride, Suxethonium Chloride, Tetrabamate, Tizanidine, Tolperisone, Gigantine, BAY-73-6691, Indiplon, Nitrosoprodenafill, Zaleplon, Udenafil, Sulfoaildenafill, Sildenafil, Ocinaplon, Alpidem, Bamaluzole, DS-1, Fadrozole, Fazadinium Bromide, Imidazopyridine, Minodronic Acid, Bisphosphonate, Miroprofen, Necopidem, AL-LAD, DBT, a.O-DMS, 2,a-DMT, a,N-DMT, ETH-LAD, a-ET, 4-HO-DBT, 4-HO-pyr-T, MBT, 4,5-MDO-DIPT, 5,6-MDO-DIPT, 4,5-MDO-DMT, 5,6-MDO-DMT, 5,6-MDO-MIPT, 5,6-MeO-MIPT, 5-MeO-pyr-T, 5-MeO-NMT, 6-MeO-THH, 5-MeS-DMT, PRO-LAD, pyr-T, a,N,O-TMS, Olprinone, Telcagepant, Febrifugine, Halofuginone, MK-0249, LY-156,735, Ramelteon, Tasimelteon, SL-164, Quinazoline, Albaconazole, Altaserin, ATC-0175, Canertinib, Cediranib, Doxazosin, Fluproquazone, Gefitinib, Katanserin, Lapatinib, Agmatine, Amantadine, AP-7, AP5, Aptiganel, CGP-37849, 7-CTKA, DCKA, DXO, MK-801, SL-82.0715, Esketamine, Ethanol, NEFA, Besonprodil, Gacyclidine, Gavestinel, Huperzine A, Ifenprodil, Indantadol, Metaphit, Memantine, LY-235,959, Lubeluzole, Levomethadone, Kynuretic Acid, Midafotel, Neramexane, Nitromemantine, PEAQX, Perzinfotel, 8A-PHDQ, Remacemide, Rhynchophylline, Sabeluzole, Tiletamine, Tramadol, Xenon, Hydroxchloroquine, Antrafenine, Bedaquiline, GSK-299423, JTC-801, JTE-907, LGD-2226, PBT-2, PF-2545920, SB-215,505, SB-277,011-A, SB-742,457, BHF-177, BHFF, BSPP, Cartazolate, CGP-7930, Clomethiazole, Etazolate, Etomidate, Felbamate, Fospropofol, Gaboxadol, Glutethimide, GS-39783, Ibotenic Acid, ICI-190,622, Isoguracine, Isonipecotic Acid, Loreclezole, Methyprylone, Allopregnanolone, 5a-Dihydroprogesterone, Progesterone, THDOC, Alfadolone, Alfaxalone, Ganaxolone, Hydroxydione, Minaxolone, Org-20599, Pregnane, Piperadone, Propanidid, Propofol, Pyrithyldione, ROD-188, Stiripentol, Thiomuscimol, Thymol, Tybamate, QNB (BZ), Scopolamine, Midazolam, Sodium Pentathol, Amobarbital, Blue 88, Adinazolam, Alphenal, Bentazepam, Bromisoval, Camazepam, Carbromal, Centalun, Chloralodol, Chronobiotic, Cinolazepam, Clorazepate, Cloxazolam, Cyclopyrrolones, Delorazepam, Dichloralphenazone, DPH, Doxefazepam, Doxylamine, Embutramide, Eplivaserin, Ethinamate, Ethyl Ioflazepate, Fludiazipam, Heptabarb, Oleamide, Org 21465, Org 25435, Paraldehyde, Phenobarbital, Propiomazine, Promethazine, Propylbarbital, QH-II-66, Quetiapine, SH-053-R-CH3-2'F, Sulfonmethane, Tetrabarbital, Tetronal, Trional, Trytophol, Acaprazine, Acebrochal, Acetylglycinamide Chloral, Almorexant, Detomidine, Bromouriede, Benzoctamine, Barakol, Bekhterev's Mixture, Fasiplon, Fenadiazole, Fluperlapine, JM-1232, Inebriating Mint, Ro41-3696, Methapyrilene, Minitran, Nisobamate, Oxanamide, Oxomemazine, Panadiplon, Pazinaclone, Pentabamate, Petrichloral, Potassium Bromide, Procymate, Saripidem, Vinybital, Vinbarbital, Valofane, Validolum, Valeric Acid, Unisom, U-90042, U-89843A, Triclofos, 2,2,2-Trichloroethanol, TCS-OX2-29, SX-3228, Suvorexant, Sigmodal, SB-649,868, 6-APA, 77-LH-28-1, Adimolol, Alfentanil, Amedanil, Amedalin, BMS-564,929, Binospirone, Carburazepam, Clazolam, Clobazam, Clobenzepam, Clotiazepam, Thienodiazepine, Brotizolam, CP-14145, Cyclazodone, CSP-2503, Cycloserine, Cytisine, Demoxepam, Chlordizepoxide, Dibenzepin, Dihydroergocorine, Dihydroergocristine, DHEC, Dihydroergotamine, 17-DMAG, Dimiracetam, Doliracetam, Droperidol, Dihydrotestosterone, Dutasteride, Edaravone, EGIS-12,233, Elfazepam, Elzasonan, Enilospirone, Ergoloid, Ergotamine, Ergocrytine, Ergocristine, Ergovaline, Etazepine, Evodiamine, Fenmetramide, Fenozolone, Flunitrazepam, Flutazolam, Flutemazepam, Flutoprazepam, Fosazepam, GW-803,430, Halazepam, Haloxazolam, Herbimycin, Horsfiline, HT-0712, Icilin, Clazepam, Indoprofen, Ipsapirone, Isatin, Ketazolam, KF-26777, Lofendazepam, Lopirazepam, Loprazolam, Lorazepam, Lormetazepam, Menitrazepam, Meclonazepam, Menitrazepam, NMSP, Mexazolam, THCI, THCII, THCIII, THCIV, THCV, Mosapramine, Motrazepam, NBQX, Nevirapine, Nimetazepam, Nitrazepam, Nitrazepate, Nitroxazepine, Nordazepam, Nortetrazepam, Oxazepam, Oxatomide, Paliperidone, Prazepam, Pivoxazepam, Pirquinozol, Pirenzepine, Pinazepam, Pemoline, Paraxazone, Palonosterone, Proflazepam, Propizepine, Razobazam, Revospirone, Ripazepam, Ro15-4513, Ro48-6791, Ro48-8684, Ro5-2904, Ro5-4864, Ro64-6198, Ropinirole, RPL-554, RS-102,221, SL65.0155, Spiroxatrine, Temazepam, Tetrazepam, Thozalinone, Tolufazepam, Triflubazam, Vardenafil, Ziprasidone, Zolazepam, Zomebazam, Zometapine, Pyrazolodiazipines, Triazolodiazipines, Estazolam, Flubromazolam, Triazolam, Nitrobenzodiazepines, Pentazocine, 8-HO-PBZI, A-366,833, ABT-202, Sympathomimethies, ABT-239, ABT-418, Aniracetam, Almotriptan, BD-1008, LR-132, BD-1031, Singma Agonists, BD-1018, 4-PPBP, Alazocine, BD-1052, Butinoline, Clemizole, CPHPC, Desoxy-D2PM, Citalopram, Ditolyguanidine, Escitalopram, Fluoxetine, Fluvoxamine, Tgmesine, L-697,384, PRE-084, S33005, SA-4503. Siramesine, Venlafaxine, Clonidine, VUT-8430, UR-AK49, Moroxydine, Altinicline, Anabasine, 3-Bromocytine, Bradanicline, Cotinine, Desformylflustrabromine, Dianicline, DMPP, Epibatidine, Epiboxidine, Lobeline, Myosmine, Phenylpiracetam, PNU-120,596, PNU-282,987, ABT-089,Rivanicline, RJR-2429, Phantasmidine, Sazetidine A, SIB-1553A, TC-1698, TC-1827, TC-2216, Tebanicline, 2,3,4,5-Tetrahydro-1,5-Methano-1H-3-Benzazepine, UB-165, Varenicline, FE-β-CPPIT, FB-β-CPPIT, RTI-336, NVP-AUY922, Pleconaril, RTI-177, RTI-371, Calea Ternifolia, African Dream Herb, Ambutonium Bromide, Hyoscamine, Ilex Guayusa, Abediterol, Aclidinium Bromide, Benzilycholine Mustard, Bevonium, Bornaprine, Cyanodothiepin, Darifenacin, Dexetimide, Dicycloverine, Etybenzatropine, Fenpiverinium, Fesoterodine, Homatropine, Hydroxyzine, Imidafenacin, Ipratropium Bromide, Methylatropine, Methylhomatropine, Octatropine Methylbromide, PD-0298029, PD-102,807, Pipenzolate, Piperidolate, Tiotropium Bromide, Anisodine, Benacytazine, Butylscopolamine, CAR-226,086, CAR-301,060, CAR-301,196, Caramiphen, Clidinium Bromide, Ditran, EA-3167, EA-3443, EA-3580, EA-3834, JB-318, JB-336, Methylscoplamin Bromide, Oxapium Iodide, Oxitropium Bromide, Polyfothine, Propiverine, Pyrrobutamine, Timepidium Bromide, Tridihexethyl, Tropatepine, WIN-2299, Amrutanjan, Abstral, Acetylmethadol, Acetyldihydrocodeine, Alletorphine, Anilopam, Axomadol, BC Powder, Befiradol, Benorilate, Betamethadol, Bicifadine, Butinazocine, Carbazocine, Celadrin, Chlorodyne, Cinchophen, Co-dydramol, Co-codamal, Cogazocine, Conolidine, Deltorphin I, Dezocine, Dimepheptanol, Dipyrocetyl, TRPV1 Receptor, Capsazepine, Dosulepin, Electroanalgesia, Epideral Steroid Injection, Eptazocine, Equianalgesic, Efazocine, Fedotozine, Filenadol, Fioricet, Fiorinal, Frakefamide, Hemprenorphine, 3-HM, Ibazocine, Levallorphan, Levomepromazine, Lufuradom, Magnesium Salicylate, Blue Prickly Poppy, Menabitan, A-40174, Dimethylhepylpyran, Metamizole, Metkefamide, Moramide, Morphiceptin, Moxazocine, Nafoxadol, Malmexone, Naproxen, Nefopam, Nimesulide, Naracymethadol, Norlevorphanol, Norpipanone, NS-11394, Panadol, Penthox Inhaler, Phenacetin, Phenazone, Phenazopyridine, Propyphenazone, Proxorphan, Resiniferatoxin, Rimazolium, Romifidine, RUB-A535, Salecylamide, Salonpas, Tectin, Tolfenamic Acid, Tenazocine, Ufenamate, Volazocine, Xylazine, Yangonin, Zinda Tilismath, Ziconotide, Anazocine, Bremazocine, Cyclazocine, EKC, Fluorophen, Gemazocine, Ketazocine, Metazocine, Quadazocine, Azocine, Benzazocine, 0-2545, DOU-216,303, Phenylethylpyrrolidine, GR-89696, HA-966, ICI-199,441, ICI-204,448, NNN, Nornicotine, Clemastine, PF-03654746, RTI-229, SB-269,970, U-50488, U-69,593, Bombesin, Bivaracetam, Cebaracetam, DEABL, Coluracetam, Cromakalim, Doxapram, Dupracetam, Etiracetam, Fasoracetam, Imuracetam, Levetiracetam, Lidanserin, Nebracetam, Nefiracetam, Nicoracetam, Oxiracetam, Piperacetam, Pramiracetam, Seletracetam, MOPPP, MPBP, MPHP, MDPDP, MDPPP, Pyrovalone, a-PBP, a-PPP, Neuropeptides, Galanin, Neuropeptide Y, Enkephalin, Somatoslatin, CCK, Substance P, Neurotensin, TRH, Acepramazine, Aceprometazine, Acetanisol, Acetohexamide, Acetophenazine, Acetophenone, Acetosyringoine, 2-Acetylpyridine, Adrenalone, Anthrone, Apocynin, Avobenzone, Benzbromarone, Benziodarone, Benzoin, Butaperazine, CB-13, AM-6545, AZ-11713908, WIN-54,461, JWH-200, WIN-56,098,S-796,260, AM-1220, AM-1221, AM-1241, AM-2233, AM-630, AAI's, CPE, GW-405,833, JWH-193, JWH-198, JWH-007, 3-Acetyl-6-Methoxybenzaldehyde, Aflobazole, AR-A000002, Azasestron, Bazinaprine, 3-Benzhydrylmorpholine, BML-190, Cobicistat, CYT387, Desmethylmoramide, Dioxaphetyl Butyrate, Edivoxetine, Epelsiban, Demoxytocin, Carbetocine, WAY-267,464, Atosiban, Eprobemide, L-371,257, L-368,899, Quinagolide, Terbutaline, 2CB-ind, 5-APDI, APICA, Donepezil, ICI-118,551, Indatraline, Indinavir, Ladostigil, Mutisianthol, PNU-99,194, S-15535, TAI, Zicronapine, Aleglitazar, Thromboxame Receptor Agonist, Verruculogen, Brevianamide, 2,5-DKP, Fellutanine, Phenylahistine, Plinabulin, Rugulosuvine, Fedrilate, Fenbutrazate, L-733,060, G-130, HC3, Indeloxazine, Levomoramide, Metostilenol, Molindone, Molracetam, Nimorazole, O-1057, O-1812, AM-2232, O-774, AM-2389, HHC, HU-243, Canbisol, Nabilone, 11-OH-THC, 2-AGE, Paxahexyl, THC-C4, AMG-36, AMG-41, AM-1235, AM-906, AM-365, O-2694, O-2372, O-2113, O-2050, VCHSR, TM-38837, PiplSB, PF-514273, MK-9470, LY-320,135, O-2545, PD-128,907, PF-219,061, ABT-670, ABT-742, UK-414,495, OSU-6162, Melanotan II, Oxaflozane, PF-592,379, 2-Phenyl-3,6-Dimethylmorpholine, Pramocaine, SCH-50911, 4-HTMPIPO, A-41988, AB-001, AB-005, ADBICA, AM-087, AM-411, KM-233, AM-679, AM-694, AM-855, AM-905, AM-919, AM-4030, AM-938, AM-251, AMG-1, AR-231,453, PSN-375,963, PSN-632,408, (C6)-CP-47,497, CCH, O-1871, CP-55,940, CP-47,497, CP-50,556'1, CP-55,244, Otenabant, (C9)-CP-47,497, CBS-0550, AVE-1625, GW-842,166x, HU-308, HU-336, HU-331, HU-320, Ajulemic Acid, JTE-7-31, A-834,735, MDA-19, S-444,823, JTE-907, JWH-015, JWH-019, JWH-030, JWH-047, JWH-048, JWH-051, JWH-057, JWH-081, SLV319, 2-Isopropyl-5-Methyl-1-(2,6-dihydroxy-4-nonphenyl)cyclohex-1-ene, HU-345, JWH-098, JWH-116, JWH-120, JWH-122, JWH-147, JWH-148, JWH-149, JWH-161, JWH-164, JWH-167, JWH-175, JWH-176, JWH-184, JWH-185, JWH-196, JWH-203, JWH-249, JWH-302, JWH-307, JWH-359, JWH-398, JWH-424, L-759,633, L-759,656, GW-405,833, Leelamine, NESS-0327, NESS-040C5, NMP-7, Nonabine, O-1125, O-1238, O-1269, O-806, O0823, Org-27569, Org-28312, LBP-1, Org-28611, Otenabant, Perrottetinene, PF-03550096, RCS-4, RCS-8, Rosonbrant, SDB-001, SDB-006, SER-601, Serinolamide A, THC-O-Phosphate, Tinabinol, VDM-11, Virohamine, A77636, Adafenoxate, Adapromine, Adatanserin, Bolmantalate, Bromantane, SR-142,948, 25B-NBOMe, 25I-NBMB, 25TFM-NBOMe, 5-MeO-NBpBiT, 2CBCB-NBOMe, 25CN-NBOH, Juncosamine, TCB-2, 6-Br-APB, Agelferin, Cridazepam, Meta-DOB, NGD-4715, Nicergoline, P7C3, SB-357,134, Sclerotia Truffle, 5-Flouro-aMT, 6-Flouro-aMT, Telepathine, AMDA, Amperozide, Cinaserin, Deramciclane, Fenanserin, Flibanserin, Glemanserin, Iferanserin, KML-010, LY-367,265, Pruvanserin, Rauwolscine, Setoperone, Spiperone, Volinanserin, Xlamidine, Altropane, ATI-2042, PIA, RTI-121, RTI-353, Tramethinib, SB-258,585, Lu-AE58054, MS-245, Ro04-6790, SB-271,046, SB-399,885, RTI-55, AC-262,356, 2'-Acetoxycocaine, Bemestron, Benzoylthiomethylecogine, Brasofesine, 2-CMT, Clobenztropine, Cocaethylene, Deptropine, Dichloropane, Diflouropine, Granisetron, 3-(p-Flourobenzoyloxy)tropane, p-ISOCOC, Methylvanillylecogonine, Norcocaine, NS-2359, RTI-126, WF-23, WF-33, WF-31, WF-11, BRL-46470, RTI-112, RTI-113, RTI-120, RTI-150, RTI-171, RTI-274, RTI-31, RTI-32, RTI-51, RTI-83, Thiophenyltropanes, MAT Inhibitor, Salicylmethylecgonine, Tesofesine, Troparil, WIN-35428, Amfonelic Acid, Oxolinc Acid, Tropisetron, Zatosetron, Dichloropane, RTI-336, RTI-126, Tropoxane, Poyo (Palm Wine), Tropicamide, Caffetin, Formic acid, Monocled Cobra, Sisa, Tramadol, Dazopride, Dolasetron, Amylocaine, Articaine, Bupivacaine, Butacaine, Chloroprocaine, Cyclomethycaine, Etidocaine, Hexylcaine, Levobupivacaine, Mepivacaine, Meprylcaine, Prilocaine, Proxymetacaine, Risocaine, Ropivacaine, Tetracaine, Trimecaine, Piperocaine, Metabutoxycaine, Adipiplon, Almitrine, ARRY-520, AZD5423, Cisapride, CP-226,269, CRL-40,941, DBL-583, Dexamethasone, DFMD, Methyldopa, Carbidopa, d-DOPA, L-DOPS, Octaflourocyclobutane (for alloys), DFB (for alloys), Didesmethylcitalopram, Elopiprazole, Phenylpiprazine, F-15,599, FGIN-127, Fletazepam, Flucindole, GR-159,897, LY-503,430, MPPF, PEPA, RS-127,445, S-23, SHA-68, SNAP-7941, SNAP-94847, TP-003, TPA-023, UH-301, Calycosin, Flavinoids, Psi-Tectorigenin, Blochanin A, Formononetin, Glyciten, Irigenin, Methoxyisoflavone, 5-O-Methylgenistein, 7-O-Methylluteone, Ononin, Pratensein, Prunetin, Retusin, Tectoridin, Tectorigenin, Barbigerone, Daidzein, Derrubone, Genistein, Ipriflavone, Irilone, Luteone, Orobol, Psuedobaotigenin, Wighteone, AMG-3, Nabazenil, Naboctate, a-Napthoflavone, 11-Nor-9-Carboxy-THC (How Drug Tests Work), Pirnabine, Apiol, Dillapiol, 1,3-Benzodioxole, Piperonal, beta-Asarone, Eleicin, Homovanyllyl Alcohol, Myristicin, 2-Bromo-4,5-Methylenedioxyamphetamine, Californidine, Chavicine, Cinoxacin, Dibutylone, Fenoverine, Befuraline, MDIP, MDMAI, MDPR, MDAL, ORTHO-MDA, MDP1P, MDP2P, Omiloxetine, Osemozotan, Piclozotan, Robalzotan, Ebalzotan, Sarlzotan, Piperine, Protokylol, Isoprenaline, Rhoeadine, MDMPEA, MMDPEA, MMDMPEA, MDIP, MDHOET, MDPL, GYKI-52895, Ungiminorine, NADA, ECG, EGCG, EGC, Levonantradol, Cone Snail Venom, A-836,339, Abacavir, CYP-LAD, 2-Bromo-LSD, BU-LAD, DAM-57, DAL, Epicriptine, Ergometrine, Ergometrinine, Ergostine, ETH-LAD, LEA-32, Methylergometrine, MLD-41, LSP, LSH, MIPLA, PARGY-LAD, PRO-LAD, DCG-IV, DOV-102,677, MDCPM, MNTX, Amfonelic acid, J-113,397, SB-612,111, VUF-6002, DBM, Piberatine, Ilercimide, Dithranol, Divaplon, Ebastine, Flopropione, Iloperidone, Ketorolac, Melperone, NNC-38-1044, Tetralone, Cuscohydrine, Hygrine, 4-NEMD, Aceburic Acid, Amfecloral, Aprobarbital, Arfendazam, Benzobarbital, Benzylbutylbarbituate, Brallobarbital, Brophebarbital, Buthalitol, Carbubarb, Climazolam, Cyclobarbital, Cyclopentobarbital,

Everyone should look up “Digital Biological Converter” and “Biological Teleportation” Medicine and Industry can both completely move like 100 steps forward if tons of people learn about Biological Teleportation and the things on this list.

Also, if you want to learn more about Alkaloids go on Amazon and look up “Alkaloids”, “Organic Chemistry”, “Biochemistry”, “Biosynthesis”, “Epigenetics” and “Natural Materials” and look at the textbooks.

Sasha Alexander Shulgin Scale +, ++, +++, ++++ or +1, +2, +3, +4 1= Tipsy 2= High/Drunk, etc. But you could still go to the store 3= If you went in public, people would say “I think that person is on something” 4= Seeing God

Check out this link http://www.rollitup.org/t/too-rediculously-simple-not-to-share.812771/ And the future of money is coming in Bitcoin and Altcoins



When anyone in the past said “They will figure it out one day”, they were talking about us. We are in the present moment, which is the Future of the Past. Your smart phone has more computing power than the ship that went to the moon. What did you do with yours today?

Modular Cell Phones (Project ARA)


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=674841 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=671921

Biological Teleportation (3D Printing New Life) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=677912 http://www.kurzweilai.net/craig-venters-biological-teleportation-device

Mesh Networking (How we will beat Net non-Neutrality) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=666425.0

Gas Prices About To Drop (Fracking) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647369.0

Mapping the World (Project Tango) Predictive Technology (Big Query) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=647369.0

Artificial Intelligence (Almost There) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=678052

Clinical Marijuana (The Next Step in Medical) http://www.rollitup.org/t/lets-get-pharmaceutical.742445/

Solar Powered Bitcoin Mining https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=189959.0

And have you heard of “Sea Steading”?





I am not a lawyer, and this is not legal advice, but if you ever find yourself in a legal situation it may be good to know some Maxims.

Ab abusu ad usum non valet consequentia A conclusion as to the use of a thing by its abuse, is invalid.

Accesorium non ducit, sed sequitur suum principale The accessory right does not lead, but follows its principle (This is why Charles Manson is in jail for murder when he never personally killed anyone, and the actual murderers are not in jail)

Accessorium non tahit principale The accessory does not bring the principal

Accesorius sequitur naturam sui principalis The accessory follows the nature of its principal

Acta exteriora indicant interiora secreta External acts show internal secrets (People can be judged by their history, especially officers of the law who abuse their authority in which case he is a trespasser)

Actio non accrevit infra sex annos The action has not accrued within six years (After six years time, most charges will be dropped if nothing is done about the case)

Actio non datur non damnifacto An action is not given to him who is not injured (No injury, no crime)

Actor sequitur forum rei The Plaintiff follows the court

Argumentum ab impossibili plurimum valet in lege An argument deduced from an impossibility greatly avails in law

Plant & Animal Teachers