Big Foot "IS" the Neanderthal Man

Just as we are not being told of a Super Race of Intelligent Beings that Lived and Traded Among the People's of the World. We are also not being told the truth of our evolutionary history and the still existing Neanderthal Man.

by Truth Control on February 7th, 2008

First , just like the race of Giants very little is known about the Neanderthal Man, being that he was only discovered in 1856, just 3 years before the publication of Darwin's Origin of Species Theory. Being that the Highly Intelligent and Developed (mentally and physically) Race of Giants that Pre-Existed Man was not taken into consideration, we could naturally be led astray , convincing us that we came from Monkeys and the Neanderthal Man was the missing link. This is Wrong.. And it may be also wrong to think that the Neanderthal Man came from Monkey as well.

We do know that the Neanderthal Man was what we call now the 'cave man'...meaning he lived in Caves. Could this same race then be still today living within the underground cave and tunnel systems that web throughout the world under earth's surface. I believe this may very well be the case.

We have evidence today that this race did not die out during the time first speculated. This same evidence indicates that Neanderthals lived in more recent centuries. One Neanderthal was found buried in a suit of medieval chain armor.

The Neanderthal skeletons were found in graves with hands neatly folded, surrounded by fossilized pollen. This is a pretty clear indication that they were buried with flowers in some sort of funeral ceremony. This shows intelligent thought and compassion and an afterlife belief system. Only humans do that. Furthermore, they found tools (and possibly a musical instrument) associated with some of the Neanderthal remains. Every indication was that he was as fully human as Homo sapiens (modern man).

Over one hundred years after first being found Boule's skeleton was re-examined in 1957 and it was now determined that Neanderthals walked upright and that the stooped posture suggested by Boule's skeleton was caused by arthritis. More evidence from various caves and digs have shown that Neanderthals wielded tools and weapons, wore ornaments, had cultural and religious rites, ceremoniously burying their dead.

Evidence of Giant Races can be traced back over 500,000 years ago. See Giant Photos . According to the evolutionists' dating, Homo sapiens supposedly evolved 100,000 years ago. Some people even claim there is evidence of Homo sapiens in Australia 116,000 to 176,000 years ago. Neanderthal man supposedly lived from 36,000 to 75,000 years ago, or maybe as long as 82,000 years ago. Homo sapiens could not have evolved from Neanderthals if Homo sapiens were here first. But Homo Sapiens could have and still could be co-existing with the Neanderthal Man. Survival of the Fittest Theory shows that the inferior species dies out for the superior species to evolve.

BUT of course, Scientists say the Big Foot Doesn't Exist. They Say Giants did not Exist. If it doesn't fit within their box, it doesn't exist..
I personally Believe that the Neanderthal Man did not die out and is still co-existing today with Modern Man. Living in the subterrain of our Planet . They moved within the Earth to avoid the new and more aggressive species of Man that had descended upon them. I believe that because of the darkness of the caves and tunnel systems they have become accustom to nocturnal life , coming to the surface for needed supplies under the cover of darkness.

Compare for yourself THE ABOVE VERY REAL Picture of a BigFoot taken by a forest ranger in Washington and another photo of the Neanderthal Man.
You decided if my assumptions do not have validity...if not at least worth investigating further.

- MORE INFORMATION -

Neanderthals used fire for heating, cooking and manufacturing. They probably crafted leather and fur garments of various types. Had a relatively advanced tool and weapon making culture manufacturing a large variety of finely-edged, sophisticated flint tools and weapons. This industry is characterised by the many tool types found, including spear points, stone lances and wooden spears with fire hardened points. Neanderthals made these different types of implements, for both "military" and domestic use, it provides evidence of their ability to plan, think and scheme. They show to me evidence that they could have survived and do co-exist, unseen, by us.

Almost certainly, the Neanderthal race possessed advanced language. Fossil remains indicate Neanderthal voice boxes were capable of making the same sounds as modern humans. As they lived alongside humans it is reasonable to conclude they spoke the same language or if not..had their own language and learned to speak ours, becoming bi-lingual.

In a cave in Slovenia Yugoslavia, archaeologists consider they have unearthed the world's oldest true musical instrument, a flute which appears to have been made by Neanderthals. Broken at both ends, the 12 cm long instrument is made out of the leg bone of a young bear still retaining its four finger holes. Apart from being considered the oldest musical instrument in the world, this flute's greatest significance lies in its association with Neanderthal man's ability to produce music, and make musical instruments. The Neanderthal race would have composed music, sung to it and probably danced to it no differently than humans today. The ability to create music on a multiple note instrument reveals evidence of imagination and abstract thought. It would therefore be reasonable to conclude that these same qualities would have also been put to use in other skills such as reading and writing.

Neanderthal Culture

There is evidence indicating that Neanderthals possessed a sense of community spirit by performing ritual burials and caring for the old and sick. Remains of several physically impaired individuals have been uncovered. Some recovered skeletons display old, healed injuries suggesting their wounds or injuries were treated and cared for. In a cave in Iraq, archaeologists uncovered skeletons of a man, two women and an infant buried together in soil containing pollen of flowers. The flowers, being set there by survivors, strongly suggests that Neanderthals thought and cared for their dead.

Analysis of the sediment pollen concentrated in batches, implied that possible bunches of flowers had been placed on the grave. Closer examination of the pollen enabled scientists to identify many flowers that were present, all of which had some therapeutic properties. Were they part of an aromatic preparation, a kind of pot-pourri for the dead, or perfumed oils used in ointment preparations? If so an appreciation of the cosmetic appearance of flowers and perfumed fragrances existed, much the same as today with our embalming of the body with fragrances and the use of flowers at funerals. These flowers also testify to the warm climate and abundant floral varieties availability at the time.

Neanderthal Burial Tombs

It is possible Neanderthals chose certain caves to use as burial 'tombs' this would account for the fact that so many of the remains of Neanderthals have been found buried in caves. This practice would be similar to more recent human cultures who in certain parts of the world used memorial tombs often carved out of the inside of a natural caves using a stone rolled in front of the entrance to seal shut the tomb cave.

Evidence showing Neanderthal skeletons buried in excavated graves in the ground suggests concern over the concepts of life and death. Value being placed on the dead person, funerals being a part of the social and psychological practices for dealing with death.

Neanderthals Exercised Abstract Thinking Concepts

Neanderthals show signs of being a social race in which the old and the injured were taken care of instead of simply left to die. Individuals of well advanced years, have been found supporting the idea that they exercised "humanity" the exercise of mental thought principles over physical actions. Religion is a characteristic of the human species. In order to have religion, one must be capable of abstract thought and reasoning. Without such abilities, the concepts of life and death or a God could not be imagined. It appears the Neanderthal race possessed some of these attributes.

Unlike humans however, there is evidence presented by the scientists that the male/female role interplay as practised by humans in family activity was not carried out by Neanderthals. There is no evidence of couples or family oriented activities among Neanderthals such as taking meals together. This stands out in contrast to their closeness in so many other ways to humans.

Source: http://www.burlingtonnews.net/bigfootorigin.html

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