Sunday, September 16, 2012

Homo Sapiens Always Taking Credit For Things He Never Did

Jacob in Hebrew means Liar, Deceiver, Big Talker, Plagiarist, Swindler, Con Artist, To Stand On The Shoulders of Another, To Take Credit For What Someone Else Has Done.

Esau in Hebrew means Strong Man of The Earth, Man of Action, Doer Of Deeds, Competent Man, Man of Prowess, Problem Solver, Fixer, Man with Answers, Red Haired, Muscular, Hard Boned, Swift and Sure, One Who Knows Things, Man of Accomplishments, One Who Has Dominion.

I have known of their lies about horses for seven years.

Cro-Magnons/Homo Sapiens never domesticated a single animal in his entire history. Not one. He got these animals by raiding Neanderthal camps, slaughtering the inhabitants and dragging off their beautiful females. In terms of total accomplishments, I think only one real achievement can be credited to them in their whole existence ... and that was genociding the Neanderthals.

I believe the Neanderthals were bareback riders with possible cloth stirrups and reins going back 300,000 years and in fact may have hunted the Dire Wolf to extinction in this fashion using domesticated dogs to track them and kill them. Their main motivation might have been to protect their ever growing herds from predation by these wolves at twilight. Of all the animals, the most dangerous was the Dire Wolf because of it's capacity for group strategies. Other large predators like the Sabre Tooth Tiger were very dangerous but they had no social organization to coordinate attacks as a collective effort. You were never just fighting one Dire Wolf, you were always fighting an entire pack hunting your herds.

Homo Sapiens is a liar and he continues to stretch his elaborate story every time he gets caught in his lies but at this stage he cannot be taken seriously. Sapiens no more domesticated the horse than he did any other animal.

Neanderthals had the greatest love of animals that has ever been seen in any race of men that has ever lived. They are the ones who brought these creatures in from the wild and made them into their best friends. They are the only ones who ever exhibited these kinds of magical, marvelous qualities to do what seemed impossible.

If you yourself feel this kind of love towards animals sometimes you need to know it is the most natural thing in the world for you to experience these emotions. Sapiens will tell you that you are a weirdo and you need to learn how to socialize and besides these animals are not capable of feeling the same way we do about them. Don't you ever believe it. They don't know what they are talking about. The Neanderthal secret for a million years was turning wild animals into his best friends and companions.

UPDATE : A private email asked what makes me so certain these horse were domesticated :
"Leopard-spotted patterns in modern horses are sometimes linked with congenital problems such as stationary night blindness, perhaps explaining why any wild horses with them eventually died out long ago. As to why so many other horse fossils were found with them in the first place, perhaps this patterning provided camouflage in the snowy environments of the Stone Age, was attractive to mates or just stuck around due to random chance." 


Koanic said...

If you want proof of neanderthal love of animals, look no further than Call of the Wildman

njartist said...

Your definitions are off:
From H6117; heel catcher (that is, supplanter); Jaakob, the Israelitish patriarch: - Jacob.
A primitive root; properly to swell out or up; used only as denominative from H6119, to seize by the heel; figuratively to circumvent (as if tripping up the heels); also to restrain (as if holding by the heel): - take by the heel, stay, supplant, X utterly.

Apparently a form of the passive participle of H6213 in the original sense of handling; rough (that is, sensibly felt); Esav, a son of Isaac, including his posterity: - Esau.
A primitive root; to do or make, in the broadest sense and widest application: - accomplish, advance, appoint, apt, be at, become, bear, bestow, bring forth, bruise, be busy, X certainly, have the charge of, commit, deal (with), deck, + displease, do, (ready) dress (-ed), (put in) execute (-ion), exercise, fashion, + feast, [fight-] ing man, + finish, fit, fly, follow, fulfil, furnish, gather, get, go about, govern, grant, great, + hinder, hold ([a feast]), X indeed, + be industrious, + journey, keep, labour, maintain, make, be meet, observe, be occupied, offer, + officer, pare, bring (come) to pass, perform, practise, prepare, procure, provide, put, requite, X sacrifice, serve, set, shew, X sin, spend, X surely, take, X thoroughly, trim, X very, + vex, be [warr-] ior, work (-man), yield, use.