More from Klaus Dona. I love this guy, I could listen for hours with delight at how much clarity there is here. You listen to Dona and you start to see the larger picture emerge worldwide and it sweeps aside all the confusion that a college edjamafacashun will leave you with.
There was a worldwide seafaring empire which we remember as "Atlantis," or perhaps "Lemuria." This empire was run by the oldest of all the hominid/bipedal races, the Melonheads as I call them affectionately to summarize their huge brain volumes compared to ours.
Before you label the Melonheads as absolute monsters, think about the United States carpet bombing unarmed civilians in urban areas of no military significance in Iraq. They have killed perhaps 800,000 civilians (mostly women and children) in Iraq alone in a single year. It's just one of fifty nations that the United States has been bombing in the last 80 years which has never resulted in "freedom" or "democracy" for any of them. How easy it to call people monsters and ascribe ourselves the most angelic of motives for doing much worse.
To try to understand, consider the possibility that the Melonheads were the originals and both Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens are different types of cloned species. Think of the callous way that the "civilized" West treats people with limited capacity to defend themselves and then you will see that perhaps the Melonheads regarded these other races in much the same way.
What do 33,000 skeletons of children sacrificed at Malta have to compare with nearly a million women and children killed in Iraq in a single year?
Of these races, perhaps the only one of them that had any virtue (not necessarily meaning they were "good," in any way) was the xenophobic and reclusive Neanderthal, content to spend his life wrestling with his beloved animals and painting everything in sight with a beautiful palette of colors. Of the two races it is fair to say that the men who tended to make things better (not for everybody but for themselves and their people) were the Neanderthals, who seemed to be able to take any short stretch of land and turn it into a mini-paradise, a garden of Eden in the middle of nowhere.
Melonheads accomplished great things with their huge monolithic construction and certainly one would never think of them as eccentric or clownish like the Neanderthal, who was always a bit of a madman - but a nice madman in his way. Of the two races, it is easy to see that both of them might have tolerated each other for a spell but at some point they decided it would be one or the other who would inherit the earth. I have guessed it was the Melonheads who reached this conclusion first but this is only an informed guess.