The European man is the Neanderthal man, the Neanderthal man is the European man!
Quite accurate reconstruction of the Neanderthal man:
Thanks to Marie Cachet (https://atala.fr/) now we not only know who we really are, but we can also banish from our minds the official theory propagated as a universal truth in the media, in the educational system and in the entertainment industry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Out_of_Africa_I
Yes, a mere hypothesis is passed off as the absolute truth about our origins…cui bono? Well, I will just say you that the Out of Africa theory has been made up to sustain as much as possible Marxism and Multiculturalism. “We are all Africans” is a mantra that can strongly influence the befuddled masses (in the unlikely event that they care for who they are on a biological level).
The anti-European and anti-science fool Richard Dawkins:
Psychotics who wants the extinction of the Europeans (yes, even Frodo…):
If you have read the work of Marie Cachet on Atala.fr you will know that today the Europeans are on average 99,7% Neanderthals and that the hybridization we have suffered has brought with it, amongst other things, the birth of art. One of the most ancient and beautiful artistic work of our ancestors are the cave paintings of the Chauvet Cave (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chauvet_Cave), realized more than 30’000 years ago.
Some cave paintings from the Chauvet Cave:
These paintings were made to create a three-dimensional movement when seen in the light of a torch. In the Chauvet Cave also took place an European initiation ritual of the utmost importance.
The Chauvet Cave today is closed to the public but only one year ago a 1:1 replica has been created. What I desire to suggest you is to watch the beautiful film-documentary made by Werner Herzog and shot inside the real cave:
Watch it please, the anti-European entertainment industry will rarely have something better to offer if you want to know something about your culture.
Find who you are! Know yourselves! You are your ancestors, their memory lives in you!
Oh, I just forgot…Christian art from the Middle Ages: