Sunday, March 1, 2009

The Ancient Digger: Macrophotography of Massive Cave Art

By: Lauren Axelrod

"...In a recent music class, my professor gave the class a glimpse in the first sandskrit, found over 6000 years ago. I sat puzzled, thinking that this piece of history couldn't possibly been the first evidence of a written language. In fact, many depictions of language was presented on the walls of caves over 16,000 years ago.
So I ask you. Why do many people try to accept writting on sanskrit, dated 6000 years ago referring to biblical verses, rather that the cave art that has been dated back several more thousands of years?
So what do you believe? Here are two prime examples of Paleolithic Art that occured several thousands of years before creation..."

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