Did The Same Ancient Civilization Give Birth To All Other Ancient Cultures Across Earth?

Ellen Lloyd’s page on AncientPages.com – Humans are generally similar despite our cultural, traditional, religious, and linguistic distinctions. That is hardly unexpected given that we are all of the same race.

When we explore our ancient history, we discover startling parallels amongst societies that are separated by huge distances. Ancient people who were not believed to have interacted built nearly comparable structures employed the same symbols and practiced similar religious ceremonies in their daily lives. Prehistoric civilizations undoubtedly shared common scientific and technical knowledge.

Is it possible that the relics of a global ancient civilization have been submerged?

Are the startling ancient commonalities we see all throughout the world the product of a global intellect or the legacy of a universal ancient civilization that gave rise to all other ancient cultures? Was there ever a universal mother civilization that preceded all ancestors?

Today, Mesopotamia is regarded as the cradle of civilization, but several experts have questioned this claim in recent years.

“More and more evidence verifies a courageous notion that the Balkan Peninsula, rather than ancient Mesopotamia, is the origin of human civilization.”

Researchers have been drawn to evidence of a little-known civilization preceding Egyptian and even Sumerian culture, which has turned everything we thought we knew about antiquity on its head.

Remains of this ancient civilization have gradually emerged from the ashes of human history, transporting us back 6-7 millennia to a time when a highly sophisticated unknown civilization lived in our countries, a period that predated Sumer and Akkad by at least one millennium.”

It is true that humans in Mesopotamia practiced agriculture some 8,000 years ago, and the ancient Sumerians laid the groundwork for what is now known as a civilization. We cannot deny that Mesopotamia impacted the globe. We cannot, however, deny the fact that there are old submerged remains that predate the Sumerian civilization. These buildings provide witness to the existence of far ancient societies on our planet.

As an example, Dwarka has long been regarded as a fabled location. However, the discovery of an underwater ruin in the Gulf of Cambay has verified the existence of Dwarka, and the massive metropolis “is thought to pre-date the oldest known ruins on the subcontinent by more than 5,000 years.” According to mainstream experts, ancient Indian culture/civilization dates back 4-5 thousand years. However, the remains beneath the Gulf of Cambay date back at least 9 thousand years, i.e. to when the area was buried underwater.

This implies that the city existed prior to the floods, i.e. at least 9 thousand years ago.”

We must also consider the reality that the vast majority of our seas are undiscovered. This means that we cannot rule out the idea that organisms dating back more than 9,000 years may be lurking in the depths, waiting to be discovered.

Is it possible to sink the remnants of a global ancient civilization? It’s absolutely a possibility. There are so many parallels between ancient civilizations that it would be hard to explore them all in one article, but we can give a few instances.

The study of ancient people’s connections suggests that pyramids and dolmens were common in many places on the planet. “When the word “pyramid” is used, most people think of Egypt. Although the Egyptian pyramids are the most well-known and continue to draw tourists, it is important to remember that pyramids were erected all over the world in ancient times.

Dolmens are yet another excellent illustration of ancient global thought. Despite the wide distance between these nations, it is clear that the old practices were the same. Keep in mind that the builders of the dolmens were unconnected to one another. Isn’t it intriguing?”

Hand paintings are shown in rock art all across the world, and for unknown reasons, our forefathers carved the spiral sign-on innumerable rocks, sculptures, boulders, and old cave walls all over the world.

Of course, there are differing views on how far these civilizations may be considered isolated and independent; yet, history reveals large-scale social unities with readily discernible cultural features. Furthermore, these civilizations go through stages of growth, maturity, and decline: this phenomenon appears to be universal since it can be observed in both Central American and Old World civilizations. History shows a spectacular panorama; there can be no mistake about the basic character of the flow of events, no matter how obscure the specifics may be. “With a certain inevitability, civilizations travel uphill and downhill.”

Our predecessors on other continents clearly had more in common than we previously imagined.

As a result, it is reasonable to wonder whether this global knowledge was a relic of a long-gone mother culture whose people survived a disaster and established new civilizations over the world.

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