The great Tiwanaku Empire of South America flourished for six centuries with no need for, or evidence of, a ruling hierarchy with weapons, soldiers, and armies of conquest.
Ancestral Tiwanaku Society celebrated
In the Mesopotamia rooms at the British Museum there are no depictions of warriors or warfare, chariots or combat, clubs or swords – for nearly four thousand years.
By Gregory Sams .. shared with thanks … There is a remarkable discovery that has not yet emerged from our renewed interest in ancient civilization. Yet few remark upon this glaring omission from the relics and records we dig up and discover.
I first recognized its absence at a visit to the British Museum, and made a point of going back a few years later for another check. Their Mesopotamian rooms begin at 6500 BC, and as you wander through the exhibits and look at the artifacts and
As for kings and rulers, there was a single image thought to be a king because it looks like he’s wearing a crown. And what is this king doing?…
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Futuret, this is why it’s really important neighborhoods and communities organize their own services and withdraw from the corporate-run economy.
I SAY GO FOR IT, AND MORE POWER TO THE INDIVIDUAL!!! AS IT IS THIS ENTIRE PLANET IS A MENTAL INSTITUTION, I AM SURE DR. BRAMHALL YOU ARE MORE THAN AWARE OF THAT!!! AT THIS POINT, I DO NOT THINK MENTAL COUNSELORS WOULD HELP CORPORATIONS, WHAT THEY NEED IS EXORCISTS.
As the seat of civilization, Mesopotamia didn’t do badly — without weapons. That’s really something to ponder.
Isn’t it? According to all the evidence, homo sapiens thrived for roughly 250,000 years before kings and priests introduced weapons and wars.