Neanderthals suffered periods of starvation and may have supplemented their diet through cannibalism, according to a study of remains from northwest Spain. Paleobiologists studied samples from eight 43,000-year-old Neanderthal skeletons… [and found] evidence that bones had been torn apart, which they say could indicate cannibalism.1 http://www.livescience.com/1187-neanderthals-cannibals-study-confirms.html [↩]

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Can’t put down that cigarette? You have a legitimate bone to pick with your Neanderthal relatives, according to new research. Genes passed down through interbreeding between Neanderthals and Homo Sapiens are the cause of diseases including smoking addiction, Type 2 diabetes and Crohn’s disease in humans today—unfortunate repercussions of an affair that started shortly after…

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…the Middle-Eastern region was home to some of the last surviving pockets of Homo sapiens or H. neandertalensis. Therefore, it is conceivable that a Folk Memory of these creatures survived by way of mythology – but not necessarily in the way that it is imagined. In addition, it appears that the very last Neanderthals adopted…

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The Neanderthal… dominated Europe for more than 100,000 years… The sudden and mysterious disappearance of Neanderthals around 30,000 years ago would presumably be due not to a merging of the two human groups through interbreeding but more likely to some catastrophic event. (A flood, perhaps?)1 Missler, Chuck. “Continuing Conjectures: Post-Flood Nephilim” Koinonia House, 2003. http://www.khouse.org/articles/2003/462/…

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Bigfoot is a giant with very unusual and misunderstood abilities. And, there also seems to be an inter-dimensional aspect to these beings…. As in the past, has human DNA been manipulated…? How can classical science approach this subject and stay within its boundaries and disciplines?1 Morehead, Ron. “The Nephilim Theory”. Ron Morehead, Saturday, June 1,…

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The idea that an omnipotent creator god could callously seek to exterminate an entire species for the sins of a few shocks and outrages the conscience, but the Biblical “flood” had nothing to do with human sin; instead, fallen angels had been skinny-dipping in the human gene-pool: “To theologians and philosophers, it is a fact,…

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