46. Swiderians and Gravettians | What Were the Origins to Our Origins? | The Swan of Tuonela


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Welcome to the latest episode of The Skepsis Telegraph, where we are looking at all the things we don't know about all the things we do know. What we know this time is that humans have an origin. What we didn't know is that our origins have an origin and it's rich.

At the beginning of modern history circa 9,600 BCE when the first settlements began to appear around Palestine in the Middle East, civilization jump started into the Neolithic revolution leaving behind the largest megalithic site known to man in Gobekli Tepe and an unparalleled city in Jericho.

Before this, the earth was in an ice age triggered by global catastrophe known as the Younger Dryas Impact Event. Before this, the earth had been warming out of the ice age that predated all of this.

In that warming phase, known as the Allerod Interstadial, a culture known as the Swiderians were taking over the world and changing the game up. Join us as we dive into this culture, all of their astronomical beliefs and where they may have gotten their astronomical deities and beliefs from. This episode does not disappoint and if it does, sorry! Thanks for reading and thanks for joining us to talk about all things ANCIENT.

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