The surprising origin of our common human civilization

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“History is always written by the victors” – Winston Churchill once said, and therefore only five years ago, in Canada on Triquet Island in 2017, relying solely on the stories of The Heilsuk Nation, the oldest settlement ever found in North America, was discovered from a 14,000 year old village of this Canadian nation of natives. It was Sir William Jones who established the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal in 1784 to study Sanskrit, and first noticed remarkable similarities between Sanskrit, Latin and Greek.

He deduced that a common root was at the heart of the three languages ​​and their peoples. He linked them to an ancestral homeland in the northern Caucasus, but scholars could not agree on the precise location and also to the extent that post-glacial Europe was suggested.

Today we can demonstrate that this post-glacial Europe was indeed correct, and the precise location was above the Arctic Circle in the Karelia region of Finland 🇫🇮.

He named this common root “Proto-Indo-European” (PIE), reflecting that the British Empire had conquered India, and today we would rather call it Proto-Sanskrit-European (PSE), but it can also be demonstrated, that before becoming the PSE 19,000 years ago, it went through a “turn of the bable event”, splitting off from the even older Proto-Finnish-Sanskrit (PFS) of 19,000 years ago. is more than 26,000 years old, creating the Proto-Finnic-Uralic (PFU) used in parallel, at PSE.

PFU began to spread throughout the post-glacial world 12,000 years ago, all the way east to the Ural Mountains and all the way south to present-day Hungary.

This as the PES went earlier 19,000 years ago, to today’s Lithuania – where it is still understood orally – then Ukraine, Georgia, Iran, Tibet to Mount Kailash arriving 18,000 years ago and becoming the people of the Bon Monks. From Tibet then south along the Saraswati and Ghaggar rivers, to the Indus valley.

Also along this PSE migration after Georgia was another diversion going west to the Basque region – which was then the most northerly ice-free place on ocean water. Atlantic, where the Grimaldian African had already arrived by migrating through the Strait of Gibraltar. 20,000 years ago.

While the consensus is still that Homo Sapiens left Africa 60,000 to 50,000 years ago, from the place that is now Ethiopia – Prince Kum’a NDumbe III of Cameroon and the historian Cheick Anta Diop both proved that around 30,000 years ago, Africans were the first to be engaged. in professional mining 20,000 years ago when the Grimaldians returned from Africa to Europe.

Bal Gangadhar Lokmanya Tilak (1856-1920) was the first leader of the Indian independence movement. The British called him “The Father of Indian Troubles” and withdrew his books from distribution, locked away in the Royal British Library only available to “accredited scholars” thus fully censored. His title bestowed upon Lokmanya “accepted by the people as their leader” struck fear into his British lords and Mahatma Ghandi
called him “The Creator of Modern India”.

When they contacted scientists from TIFR, a national center of the Indian government, under the aegis of the Department of Atomic Energy, they confirmed that they were using Tilak as a source and that the timing of the “tower of babel- event” (19,000 years ago) was also their conclusion.

Desired additional research on Bon people genome and satellite focus on Arabian Sea to complement earlier one which found Saraswati river underground, shared by both of us. The Institute was founded in 1945 with the support of Sir Dorabji Tata Trust under the vision of Dr Homi Bhabha.

The book published by Tilak in 1903 “The Arctic House in the Vedas” written in ancient Sanskrit which, like the UNESCO protected document Rig Veda today, according to him, revealed that the origin of everything in it described, could only have been revealed if the authors had had the vantage point of being physically above the Arctic Circle. Google made this book available for free on its Nook platform just 20 years ago.

In 1987 and later in 1999, a Finnish professor of comparative religion at the University of Helsinki, with a fieldwork-oriented approach to the study of religious traditions, Juha Pentikainen, undertook the project to revisit the national epic of Finland – The Kalevala – collected folklore, in the Karelia region of Finland and compiled in 1830-40 by Elias Lonnrot (1802-1884), in the Christian nation of Finland. Freed from religious restrictions, he compared the stories of the Kalevala to the Rig Vedas and found them nearly identical with even a Finnish word like Sampo clearly related to Shambala in Sanskrit.

This then inspired other scholars to take a closer look at the spoken Lithuanian language, which when compared to ancient Sanskrit, but written phonetically in Latin letters, turned out to be nearly identical.

I will certainly update you on my ongoing research and post about what was discovered, after the migration from Finland 19,000 years ago, as the roadmap shows, a cold inversion climate Antarctica caused a flood 13,000 years ago, a greater role for black Africans, in the pharaonic Egyptian empire of Meroe, and how this in turn led to Greek civilization, with Plato and Aristotle.

Professor Tom Wilen has been searching for 20 years to reveal the true story, hidden by the victors.

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