Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe

Written language, the hallmark of human civilization, didn’t just suddenly appear one day. Thousands of years before the first fully developed writing systems, our ancestors scrawled geometric signs across the walls of the caves they sheltered in. Paleoanthropologist and rock art researcher Genevieve von Petzinger has studied and codified these ancient markings in caves across Europe. The uniformity of her findings suggest that graphic communication, and the ability to preserve and transmit messages beyond a single moment in time, may be much older than we think.



they all saw the same things..thats my explanation..

good video..


~ by seeker401 on November 7, 2017.

One Response to “Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe”

  1. She isn’t game to speculate… for any that do are ostracised. A ‘global’ language would represent global communication. Or a single race of people. Or both. She ‘assumed’ about 5 points that were debateable halfway through the vid. I like her research, but don’t agree with her weak, PC hypothesis.

    Pre flood structures (12,500 years ago) of the Egyptian Pyramids and sphinx with ancient water erosion, Gobekli Tepe, Easter island figures that have been overgrown up to their waists, the faces of Tiwanaku, Puma punku, Stone Spheres in Costa Rica, Tikal in Guatemala, all represent a level of sophistication she isn’t game to address..

    What is also so IGNORED, is the edible plant species that came from South America. Chilies, Tomatoes, Potatoes, eggplant, Corn, All the Melons, Avocado, chocolate, Pawpaw, peanuts , pineapple, vanilla, sunflowers, cashews, tobacco…., peanuts, squash, blueberries, capsicum, beans…..

    She should be thanked for finding a common ‘written script’ but obviously hasn’t the ‘guts’ to take it further.. “Amateur’ will do a lot better, and make a lot more sense of it…

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