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TRIPPY ASS HUMAN HISTORY
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accepted age of sphinx
Tassili mushroom art
teotihuacan at peak
moses is born
Tiwanaku in peru
vikings in north america
The world’s oldest Homo sapiens fossils - which could represent the first human family - were excavated in a barite mine at Jebel Irhoud, 60 miles west of Marrakesh, and date to between 300,000 and 350,000 years old.
The earliest examples of our species were found in the 1960s by Richard Leakey, at Omo Kibish in south-western Ethiopia dating from 195,000 years ago
macchu picchu built
y haplo group in middle east
y haplo group into europe and australia
y dna in americas
y dna in south america
Cosquer Cave, a paleolithic cave art site in France, is situated 120 feet below sea level. The paintings are from 27,000 years ago, and the cave would have been accessible during that time due to the decreased sea levels. The paintings show a number of extinct animals, like the megaloceros deer, a very large variety, as well as ibex, seals and great auks.
the first examples of Chumash rock art
The seeds of mescal beans, found in what is now southern Texas and northern Mexico, date from the end of the ninth millennium B.C.
crater in yucutan
first appearance of Homo sapiens in Africa. 200,000–180,000 years ago: time of mitochondrial Eve and Y-chromosomal Adam
humans are wearing clothing by this date
small perforated seashell beads from Taforalt in Morocco are the earliest evidence of personal adornment found anywhere in the world
The bow and arrow first replace the spear thrower in Africa.
earliest sewing needle found. Made and used by Denisovans.
The Sahara desert region is wet and fertile.
earliest evidence of advanced deep sea fishing technology at the Jerimalai cave site in East Timor— demonstrates high-level maritime skills and by implication the technology needed to make ocean crossings to reach Australia and other islands, as they were catching and consuming large numbers of big deep sea fish such as tuna.
100,000 years ago – The oldest known ritual burial of modern humans at Qafzeh in Israel: a double burial of what is thought to be a mother and child. The bones have been stained with red ochre.
Venus of Willendorf
a zig-zag etching made with a shark tooth on a freshwater clam-shell around 500,000 years ago
Ur was an important Sumerian city-state in ancient Mesopotamia, located at the site of modern Tell el-Muqayyar in south Iraq's Dhi Qar Governorate.
Kingdom of Kush
oldest known painted object in the Americas is the Cooper Bison Skull from 10,900–10,200 BCE.
Guitarrero Cave in Peru has the earliest known textiles in South America, dating to 8000 BCE
The use of fire became widespread for the first time in human prehistory during the Middle Paleolithic and humans began to cook their food c. 250,000 years ago
6,000 BCE Cannabis seeds and oil used for food in China.
An archeological site in the Oki Islands near Japan contained cannabis achenes from about 8000 BC, probably signifying use of the plant.
First recorded use of cannabis as medicine in Chinese pharmacopoeia.
Alcohol: The earliest alcoholic drink dates back to 7,000-6,600 B.C. Residues of the drink were found in pottery shards from the ancient village of Jiahu, in China’s Henan Province. The drink consisted of a mixture of rice, honey, and fermented grapes or other fruit.
The earliest fossil remains of the hallucinogenic San Pedro cactus, found in a cave in Peru, date back to between 8,600 and 5,600 B.C.
small stone sculptures called “mushroom stones” found in Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras and El Salvador suggest hallucinogenic mushrooms were used in sacred cults between 500 B.C. and 900 A.D.
The city now known as Mexico City was founded as Tenochtitlan by the Aztecs in 1325
445,000 BC: The Nefiliro, led by Enki, arrive on Earth from the Twelfth Planet. Eridu - Earth Station I - is established in southern Mesopotamia.
360,000 BC: The Nefilim establish Bad-Tibira as their metallurgical center for smelting and refining. Sippar, the spaceport, and other cities of the gods are built.
300,000 BC: The Anunnaki mutiny. Man - the "Primitive Worker" - is fashioned by Enki and Ninhursag.
The Sumerian texts suggest that a second major Anunnaki intervention occurred in human development around 100,000 years ago in the Middle East.
Emil Bachler, between 1903 and 1927, excavated three caves in the high Alps... The first Charcoal, flints of pre-Mousterian style, flagstone flooring, benches, work tables, and altars for the ritual of the bear - the earliest altars of any kind yet found, or known of, anywhere in the world.
great pyramid at giza
Cannabis is mentioned in the Hindu sacred text Atharvaveda (Science of Charms) as “Sacred Grass”, one of the five sacred plants of India. It is used by medicinally and ritually as an offering to Shiva.
Descension of Krishna
rig veda is written
king solomon born
tower of babel
library at alexandria
scholars believe the Nazca Lines were created by the Nazca culture between 500 BC and 500 AD The figures vary in complexity.
7000 BCE, people moved south to sub sahara
the monsoons began to dry up. That's when people began to cluster back around the Nile again
the Sahara began to experience heavy monsoons starting about 8500 years BCE. The whole region became a grassy savannah, full of edible plants and animals, and people moved from the Nile valley deep into the eastern Sahara.
stones are cut in baalbek
crater lake. The climactic (caldera-forming) eruption of Mount Mazama. klamath people say battle between Llao and Skell
Otzi. a 5,300-year-old caveman in the Oetztal Alps in Italy
Tollund Man in denmark
inca ice maiden
Temple of Kukulcan, chichen itza
maya preclassic period
ocean rises and england is cut off from rest of europe
humans begin to plow
first date in mayan calendar
first beer is brewed
agriculture in fertile crescent
first domesticated dog found in Idaho
clay pottery appears
humans cross bering strait
cro magnon man flourishing
humans make it to the southern most point of south america
The Piri Reis Map
Chupícuaro in mexico
tibetan book of the dead
Diquis culture in costa rica
The Chinchorro culture developed in the Atacama Desert in Chile
pegamum harmala discovered in the hair of an adult male mummy and a mummified one-year-old baby in Northern Chile. The older male was buried with snuffing trays and pipes which may have been used to consume the drug. The remains are believed to be from 800 to 1200 AD.
opium first cultivated by Sumerians
Charred cannabis seeds have also been found in bowls that date from the Bronze age Pit-Grave culture that appeared in Romania around 2000BC.
Researchers have also found reddish stains on 13,000 year old human teeth found in a burial pit in Duyong Cave on Palawan Island in the southern Philippines, which are thought to be caused by chewing the leaves of the betel plant.
Homo floresiensis dies out
Homo floresiensis in indonesia
The Olmec begin
The Selva Pascuala mural, with mushrooms
palace at Knossos
hermes trismegistus birth date
Based on linguistic analysis of languages from northern Asia. Around 4000 BCE, the Uralic language split into two branches, both of which contain similar root words for "inebriation". In some of these languages the root "pang" signifies both 'intoxicated' and the A. muscaria mushroom. These linguistic similarities suggest (but do not prove) that A. muscaria was known to be intoxicating before the languages split around 4000 BCE.
Dwarka krishna's golden city
Derinkuyu’s Massive, Ancient Underground City
The Longyou Caves
Nan madol in Micronesia 50 ton stones used in construction
Ħal-Saflieni Hypogeum in Malta
The fortified citadel of Arkaim in russia
Laozi founder of Taoism born in china
Recent study shows that the stone tools found at Xiaochangliang site are magnetostratigraphically dated to 1.36 million years ago.
The archaeological site of Xihoudu in Shanxi Province is the earliest recorded use of fire by Homo erectus, which is dated 1.27 million years ago.
The Ancient Caves of Uplistsikhe, Georgia Fortress of the Lord
Devetashka – the Bulgarian Cave
According to Mormon belief, an Israelite named Lehi journeys with his family from the Middle East to the Americas. Lehi's descendants divide into two tribes, the Nephites and the Lamanites, named after two of Lehi's sons. The Nephites, initially more prosperous and religious, become corrupt over time and are locked into centuries of warfare with the nomadic Lamanites, whom Mormons consider the ancestors of Native Americans.
After his crucifixion and resurrection, Jesus Christ appears in the Americas and preaches to the Nephites. Christ's appearance inaugurates a period of harmony with the Lamanites that lasts 200 years, but eventually the tribes fall into conflict again.
A Nephite prophet named Mormon has been writing the story of his people. On the eve of a climatic battle with the Lamanites, Mormon turns over the core of what will become known as the Book of Mormon, transcribed on gold plates, to his son Moroni. Mormon is mortally wounded in the battle at a place called Cumorah, and the Nephites are nearly obliterated, but Moroni survives another 36 years and adds material to the Book of Mormon before sealing up the plates in 421.
During the reign of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (AD 306–337), Christianity began to transition to the dominant religion of the Roman Empire.
The great fire of Rome breaks out and destroys much of the city on this day in the year 64.
Earliest Egyptian Myths Recorded.
Hathor, known as Mistress of Dendera, cult center flourishes in the city of Dendera.
Osiris as Dying and Reviving God and God of the Dead appears in Pyramid Texts.
Life of Enheduanna, daughter of Sargon of Akkad, and world's first author known by name.
The Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh written on clay tablets.
Written form of the Atrahasis Myth of the Great Flood.
The earliest linguistic evidence of Amanita muscaria use as an intoxicant. Based on linguistic analysis of languages from northern Asia. Around 4000 BCE, the Uralic language split into two branches, both of which contain similar root words for "inebriation". In some of these languages the root "pang" signifies both 'intoxicated' and the A. muscaria mushroom. These linguistic similarities suggest (but do not prove) that A. muscaria was known to be intoxicating before the languages split around 4000 BCE.
Xochipilli statue carved. Aztec statue depicts the Prince of Flowers decorated with 6 psychoactive plants: mushrooms, tobacco, morning glory, sinicuichi, cacahuaxochitl, and one unidentified.
Assyrians describe ergot as a "noxious postule in the ear of grain."
Theophrastus, a student of Aristotle, writes about the hallucinogenic effects of Datura stramonium. The text contains one of the earliest references to the concept of tolerance to a drug. 2
Datura as "thorn apple" included in Greek De Materia Medica (Περὶ ὕλης ἰατρικῆς) by Pedanius Dioscorides, describing its intoxicating properties.
The Kamasutra of Vātsyāyana includes at least two references to datura. One reference instructs a man to annoint his penis with honey infused with datura before sexual intercourse, to make his partner "subject to his will".
Native Americans in the Rio Grande (Shumla Caves) area collected mescaline containing peyote buttons and manufactured peyote effigy sculptures
Peyote used ceremonially by indigenous cultures in Texas and Mexico.
The use of hallucinogenic mushrooms and peyote are driven underground as use of "non-alcohol" intoxicants is forbidden by Europeans in Mexico. Catholic priests punish the use of entheogens by native people.
Evidence of coca chewing by people in northwestern Peru. Archaeologists have found both chewed leaves and calcium-rich rocks that would have provided the lime that is used to this day in conjunction with coca chewing. Evidence suggests it was produced as a community activity at about the same time as systematic farming was being developed in the region.
Coca chewing is practiced throughout South America. Coca is believed to be a gift from God.
Burial site in N. Chile includes bag with snuffing paraphernalia and snuff remnants containing DMT, 5-MeO-DMT, and bufotenin. Other sites include seeds of Anadenanthera spp.
Earliest written record of the cultivation of hops, describes a hop garden near Geisenfeld in the Hallertau region of Germany.
San Pedro cactus are believed to have been used sacramentally around this time as evidenced by finds of cactus remains rolled into cigar form. These were discovered by Peruvian archaeologist Rosa Fung at the Chavín site of Las Aldas.
A Chavín stone carving from a temple at Chavín de Huantar in northern Peru shows the principal diety holding a San Pedro cactus.
Field specimens from the site of Quanhucun show key body parts and the presence of an aged feline with worn dentition.
moores invade spain
the fall of granada
rapa nui erect these things on easter island
founding of sparta
Rashid ad-Din Sinan and his assasins
La Noche Triste
Vlad the Impaler born
the warmer climate allowed the expansion of proto-Basque groups, or proto-Europeans, across the north of Africa and the entire continent of Europe, expanding the Magdalenian culture across Europe.
Phoenicia was a thalassocratic ancient Semitic civilization that originated in the Eastern Mediterranean and in the west of the Fertile Crescent.
dama del eche caved in iberia
Pumapunku or Puma Punku is part of a large temple complex or monument group that is part of the Tiwanaku Site near Tiwanaku, in western Bolivia
Stone Age man created massive networks of underground tunnels criss-crossing Europe from Scotland to Turkey
Celts had settled in many European countries including Austria, Britain, France, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Western Germany, Northern Spain, Turkey and Hungary
Kingdom of Punt in east Africa
The Dar Tichitt site West africa
Kingdom of Nok
Terra Cotta Soldiers in China
Great Wall of China
Oracle at Delphi
Ancient Greek Island’s Complex Plumbing System Excavations show the settlement of Dhaskalio at the pilgrimage site Keros was a sophisticated urban center
The slavs, who inhabited a large part of Eastern Europe, were taken as slaves by the Muslims of Spain during the ninth century AD.
The Quran contains several verses regarding the origin of the Kaaba, it states that the Kaaba was the first House of Worship, and that it was built by Ibrahim and Ishmael on God's instructions.
The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus or Tomb of Mausolus was a tomb built between 353 and 350 BC at Halicarnassus (present Bodrum, Turkey) for Mausolus, a satrap in the Persian Empire, and his sister-wife Artemisia II of Caria. The structure was designed by the Greek architects Satyros and Pythius of Priene.
The Temple of Artemis was located near the ancient city of Ephesus, about 75 km south from the modern port city of İzmir, in Turkey. Today the site lies on the edge of the modern town of Selçuk.
The Colossus of Rhodes was a statue of the Greek titan-god of the sun Helios, erected in the city of Rhodes, on the Greek island of the same name, by Chares of Lindos in 280 BC.
The Lighthouse of Alexandria, sometimes called the Pharos of Alexandria was a lighthouse built by the Ptolemaic Kingdom between 280 and 247 BC which has been estimated to be 100 metres in overall height.
Petra , originally known as Raqmu, is a historical and archaeological city in southern Jordan. It was established possibly as early as the 4th century BC as the capital city of the Nabataean Kingdom
Menelik brings the Ark to Ethiopia
In 905 Naum founded a monastery on the shores of Lake Ohrid, which later received his name. He died there in 910 and Clement initiated the process of his canonization. In this way Naum became the first “native” saint of Bulgaria.
The Statue of Zeus at Olympia was a giant seated figure, about 13 m (43 ft) tall, made by the Greek sculptor Phidias around 435 BC at the sanctuary of Olympia, Greece, and erected in the Temple of Zeus there.
Alexandar the great is born
Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Destruction of Maldek (current asteroid belt), related with usage of weapons of war, and disregard for the stability of the planet and life itself. Souls of the planet are trapped in a state of fear due to the traumatic experience.
Elements from the Federation of Planets manage to reach the trapped entities’s consciousness and start the process of releasing them from the trauma.
The Atlantis civilization
Final filling of Lemurian land space with water, also in a final deluge event, where many Lemurians died. End of the Lemurian civilization. Water levels are about as they are today.
Xenu,also called Xemu, was, according to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, the dictator of the "Galactic Confederacy" who 75 million years ago brought billions of his people to Earth (then known as "Teegeeack") in DC-8-like spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes, and killed them with hydrogen bombs. Official Scientology scriptures hold that the thetans (immortal spirits) of these aliens adhere to humans, causing spiritual harm.
Akhenaten (r. 1353-1336 BCE) was a pharaoh of Egypt of the 18th Dynasty. He is also known as `Akhenaton' or `Ikhnaton' and also `Khuenaten', all of which are translated to mean `successful for' or `of great use to' the god Aten. Akhenaten chose this name for himself after his conversion to the cult of Aten.
chumash inhabit santa cruz island
newgrange mound ireland
Impaled Mesolithic Skull found on the bottom of a shallow lake in Kanaljorde Sweden
Impaled Mesolithic Skull found on the bottom of a shallow lake in Kanaljorden sweden
this egyptian tunic
these pants near Turfan, northwestern China
The Pazyryk carpet
Egtved Girl on Denmark's Jutland peninsula
Huldremose Woman, Jutland
Funeral banner of Lady Dai (Xin Zhui)
neanderthals making art in caves in La Pasiega Spain
cheddar man died in england
oldest recorded recipe is beer from sumeria
oldest sculpture of human figure is Venus of Hohle, Germany
oldest shoe found in Armenia
Oldest musical instrument is found in Germany = a flute made from vulture bone
Oldest DINOSAUR FOSSIL Ruhuhu Basin, southern Tanzania
Oldest Jewelry Krapina Eagle Talon Krapina site, Croatia
oldest jewelry - krapina eagle talon, krapina croatia
Fort Rock Shoes > Approximate Date: 8,970-7,700 B.C. > Location: Fort Rock, Oregon
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