posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 10:58 AM
This is interesting to me because of my obsession with the Venus Figures. The Venus figures are found mostly in France and Germany, but also reach
out to siberia. There are 3 main sites in Europe and 1 site in Siberia.
What amazes me is that in a 15,000 year period, there have been around 10 "venus" figures that all look connected somehow.
What does this mean? In 30,000 BC it now appears that some kind of human was living in western europe with the ability to paint, sculpt, play music
(the oldest flute, 35,000 years old, was found in a german cave) and probably communicate with written language. This culture was passed down for at
least 10,000 years and traveled 1000's of miles.
I love to think of this time period and really wonder what life was like. Were there huge cities? Did they live in communities that passed down
culture with 100,000's of people living within the city walls? Why are we finding 10+ woman statues, when we never find any, ANY male statues
anywhere close to that old.
Why are there no male statues in europe? Why only women?!?! This is so strange to me. It only makes me think that woman ruled the land, not men.
in Washington DC, there are many statues and only a handful are of women:
Also i find it interesting that these statues are very rarely discussed. I find things that are amazing and very rarely discussed usually means
there is something to it. For example, the Sumerians are one of the greatest civs we have ever seen but we obsess and focus on the Egyptians when the
Sumerians "gave" us so much. Same with how the west views india's history and religion, they reject it and ignore it when there is something truly
amazing they possess.