Post by deowll
You aren't going to find a human anywhere with 50% more DNA than the
norm. We can barely survive with one extra chromosome so forget the two
sperm one egg tale.
That misrepresents what I said. Besides, more than one sperm is the only
way to get a hermaphrodite. If we cant clarify this, the other issues
will not be instructive, nor resolved.
There is no 'moment of conception'. And if DNA in the egg was laid out
like a long spiral ladder, there mite be a way to zip it up with the Y
chromosome. But that is not what is in there. It looks more like a plate
of spaghetti. The match up only happens after the Y Chromosome is
segmented out so that whatever portion of the string will fit gets to
where it can. And if there are extra portions from other sperm, that's
no biggie. They dont reproduce and are lost in cell division.
Post by deowll
These people may have other issues but the principal effects are
development of small testicles and reduced fertility.
Why dont you talk with some, as I have? Or even just buy Hustler? There
are some depicted that are hung as well as you are, but have tits and
cunts. There is much more variation than fits in your cosmology.
Post by deowll
There are several flaws here not the least of which is their brain
were bigger than ours. Thus they had to be able to handle large
No. Their brain cases were longer, like footballs, and thus had a
SMALLER CROSS SECTION. Which is what counts during birthing. Talk to a
mid wife. That's who put me on to this. The archeologists do not know
midwifery. The shape of the HSS pelvis and birth canal rotates the fetus
as it is born. The Neanderthal pelvis is too robust to crack open like
it does with women.
Sykes, "The Seven Daughters of Eve" reports there are only 7 mtDNA lines
in Europe. There are scores among the Semites, over 140 in AFrica, even
several dozen among the Australian Aborigine. SOMETHING wiped out mtDNA
lines in Europe. He reports the European lines date back 10,000 years-
the immigration of farmers, and on back to 50,000 GP. But 50kya, the
only women in Europe were Neanderthals. Ergo, only one HNS mtDNA line
was lucky enuf to survive the hybridization process.
ANd even today, the birthing problems of white women are far worse than
for any other race. As for Icelandic women, remember the Sabines? There
have been, and still are, many examples of white women who simply ran
off with what they thot was a better stud. White men have never had the
same degree of control over women as seen in other races. The Sabine
women merely had to show up at the window or doorway if pissed at the
fathers, to open up new opportunities and increase genetic diversity.
Which, given the archeological digs, with all the different pottery and
lifestyles across the British Isles and the rest of Europe, fits with
women back then making their own choices as they still do.
Post by deowll
If you were to poor to pay the tithe, which came out of your crop off
the top, then you were to poor to reproduce. The rural poor were what
we in the south used to call sharecroppers. Money doesn't come into it.
Many of the European villages remained villages for thousands of years.
Course, it wasnt only the food supply; warfare, banditry, plague, and
extortion by the warrior elites all kept the survival rate, and thus the
population, stable for a time. But conversely, there were times, like as
an area is pioneered, when the population rose rapidly. Then crashed.
There's so much diversity in the digs its hard to generalize, other than
that while some of the reports by the scribes of the warrior elites were
correct, there was a lot going on they didnt know about.
The Brewer didnt brew the ale until Christianity took over. Here again,
another effort by a patriarchal power structure to disempower women.
Even so, lotsa places were too poor to employ a professional brewer, and
the women were still at it. Behind the scenes, like moonshine. Which in
that era as well, taxed the brewmeister's output. So, you dont see the
record of the witches brewing. You dont see the record of moonshiners
either. But archeologists have found the cauldrons.
Forensic gear has been brought into museums to look at the pollens and
plant residues in pottery, and thereby found what the witches were
brewing up. Which quite often was herbal abortificants and contraceptive
herbs. Turns out, there's a REASON 'Bachelor Button' is so named, why
'Blessed Thistle' was blessed, and why 'Queen Anne's lace' was popular.
I cured a cat last spring of pregnancy with the latter. no kittens.
And when women see that the children they bear will only be slaves to
some master, and not be there to help support mom, they consult witches
to solve their problems. Which the Bishops knew, which is why they
started burning them in the 5th century.
Wasson's Persephone's Quest shows us many examples in the Vedas to the
nature of Soma, and how it fits with toadstools, not herbs. He didnt
think Amanita Muscaria grew in India, but was imported by the Aryan
Brahman, ie merchant, class, and expected traces of a North/South 'Soma
Road' would be found. Which it was, in the area where it crossed what we
know as the Silk Road, in Turkmenistan.
Two Asharams, at Gonor and Togoluk, found after his time, along that
line from the Urals to India. Abandoned 4000 years ago as desert took
over grassland. With intact pottery found in an apothecary in each- with
opium, ephedra, and cannibis still in the pots. These are 2000 years
older than any Ashrams ever found in India.
I've tried Soma the way the Ugarit shaman told Wasson to make it. Well
worth the trip. You can order Amanita Muscaria online. Its legal. The
Ugarit used reindeer tallow, the Brahman used ghee, I use butter. the
fatty acids in the butter neutralize the fatty alkaloids in Muscaria
that notoriously upset digestive systems. No poison with meat fats.
Psychoactive sacred potions have been used by witches and shamen all
over the world. No reason to think Europeans didnt use them.
Post by deowll
Some things are destined to remain a mystery.
Indeed. But Wasson got into the most mysterious, "The Road to Eleusis"
where he reveals the ancient Greeks made a potion out of ergot grown on
barley- Kykeion, and this is what was served to the pilgrims who walked
the 'Sacred Way' from the Acropolis to the Great Telesterion Hall at
Eleusis. It has lysergic acids in it. Greeks were acid heads.
But even whatever lite Gimbutas, Wasson, Eliade, Campbell, Mallory, et
al show us, is, as you say, only a small portion of all that was going
on. Burgess shows us several maps that change over time as different
tribes, clans, chieftains, rise and fall, or as the soil plays out and
new ways of life need to be found. Or new diseases of hominids, plants,
or animals show up. Its a confusing mess challenging the well ordered
records we have from the royal courts. Course, our courts dont really
know what is going on either.