The obscure high-tech Stone Age "they" do not want you to know about

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"The Stone Age was a time thousands of years ago, when humans lived in caves and jungles. Life was simple, and there were only two main things to do - to protect themselves from the wild animals and to gather food. It started almost with the evolution of mankind. For both purposes, people made tools from stone. The period lasted roughly 3.4 million years and ended between 8700 BCE and 2000 BCE with the advent of metalworking." - this is the official scientific version, and it appears to be reasonable enough within the traditional educational framework. At least nothing seems strange. It perfectly fits into the linear model of the world: from simple to complex we go.

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And at first glance it is being properly supported by the widely known discoveries attributed to the stone age. Nothing appears to be out of the ordinary, when you inspect the artifacts presented below. Sure does involve some practice related skill, but at the same time is doable, so to speak.

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And if you google "stone age", you will get a few links. Of course Wikipedia is leading the way, and then we have the Smithsonian and the Museum of the Stone Age. They provide pretty detail information on what the Stone Age was like. The Smithsonian even goes as far as breaking down stone tools by age:
Please check the above three developmental stages of the Stone Age Tools. Your concept of the Stone Age is not going to change. Everything is consistent up there.

What about now?

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And what about these?

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Of course there are some explanations for the existence of the above. BBC even has an article pertaining to the topic. Apparently 10,000 years ago those Neolithic Stone Age people simply learned how to polish stone.

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There is also this Langdale axe industry article in Wikipedia. And then you have some local websites touching the topic but not showing much: Polished axes of flint. Nothing presented is geared towards changing our perception about the Stone Age man. I'm pretty sure somewhere within page 12 of the google search there gonna be a website adequately covering the issue, but who makes it to page 12?

Of course, those prehistoric individuals spent multiple nights by the campfire polishing ceremonial axes and the so-called "maces". Replacing each other, they were drilling those perfect holes. With great stamina and finesse, they were using their stone tools to skillfully carve intricate ornaments into granite rocks.

Hardly scientists will tell you, that those prehistoric magicians somehow figured out a way to produce Synthetic Granite, or some similar technology.

Summary: Whoever produced these artifacts, possessed the same technology we invented in 1970. As such it is in total contradiction with the common concept of the linear progression of the mankind. Thus the history is still hidden from us, and is being hidden on purpose.
 
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From labyrinthina.com/the-ica-stones.html you can have an image what would happen when somebody discover real proves of a more advanced civilization on Earth: "Cabrera’s collection numbers upward of 11,000 engraved stones with more than l5,000 known to exist. The huge cache was unearthed when the Ica River overflowed its banks destroying a nearby mountain, exposing an unknown cave. An peasant farmer claimed to have found the cave but would not reveal its location. News of the find caught the interest of researchers and the eyes of the world turned toward Ica. Subsequently, the BBC produced a documentary on the discovery bringing an extraordinary amount of focus on the Peruvian Government. Under pressure to police the country’s antiquities, the Government arrested the farmer for selling the stones. Facing years of incarceration the farmer recanted his story claiming he’d carved all l5,000 of the stones himself. The stones were labeled a hoax and the government considered the embarrassing matter closed. Life in Ica returned to normal, or so the story goes".

Do not buy the lie that the Ica stones were carved by that poor farmer. Look at the pictures! Look at the subjects! Try to explain! Take into consideration that those stones could be a few centuries old if you know about changing of the shape of the continents in the last centuries.
 
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From labyrinthina.com/the-ica-stones.html you can have an image what would happen when somebody discover real proves of a more advanced civilization on Earth: "Cabrera’s collection numbers upward of 11,000 engraved stones with more than l5,000 known to exist. The huge cache was unearthed when the Ica River overflowed its banks destroying a nearby mountain, exposing an unknown cave. An peasant farmer claimed to have found the cave but would not reveal its location. News of the find caught the interest of researchers and the eyes of the world turned toward Ica. Subsequently, the BBC produced a documentary on the discovery bringing an extraordinary amount of focus on the Peruvian Government. Under pressure to police the country’s antiquities, the Government arrested the farmer for selling the stones. Facing years of incarceration the farmer recanted his story claiming he’d carved all l5,000 of the stones himself. The stones were labeled a hoax and the government considered the embarrassing matter closed. Life in Ica returned to normal, or so the story goes".

Do not buy the lie that the Ica stones were carved by that poor farmer. Look at the pictures! Look at the subjects! Try to explain! Take into consideration that those stones could be a few centuries old if you know about changing of the shape of the continents in the last centuries.
What do neolithic axes have to do with Ica stones?
 

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The technology used to make them! "Neolithic" is a label, the percentage of carbon in the atmosphere, with so many cataclisms, was very far away from the today percentage, so C14 dating is a hoax, like all the geology "ages".
 

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I would like to know the make and model of their sandpaper, as well as what tools they used to make those grooves, and other elaborate cut outs. Honestly most of them look like casting was involved.
i am interested on why they look so new and clean

I think stone age items are conventionally dated by the age of the sediment.
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"In Paleozoic granites of the Coastal Cordillera of Venezuela K-Ar method in biotite calculated 30 years ago gave quite "young" ages of 33 Ma; 20 years ago Rb-Sr isochrones gave quite "old" ages of about 404 Ma; but more recent U-Pb ages in zircon (LA-ICP-MS) gave even older ages, reaching to almost 500 Ma. It's a difference of almost 100 Ma, quite significant, indeed. The young Tertiary age has been interpreted as the orogenic uplift age, the oldest age, 495 Ma as the crystallisatin age of the plutons, so the 404 Ma Rb-Sr age was an apparent age, which really doesn't relate to either event! Therefore, hydrothermal and/or low metamorphic grade alterations have happened in these rocks disrupting somehow the Rb-Sr isotopic system. That's why absolute ages are no longer called such, they are apparent ages".

Wilhelm Reich was able to change the radioactivity of a radium probe by keeping it in a simple orgone accumulator, so I am sure that radioactivity is an other mislabeled fenomenon.

So much for the ages of sediments!

The knowledge cannot be supressed, it does not matter how many books or magazines the US authorities are going to burn!
 

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In a cave near Lussac-les-Chateaux, in 1937, Leon Pericard and Stephane Lewoff uncovered a number of engraved stones dating from the Magdalenian period which drastically altered the accepted picture.
These well dressed people with caps and hats and boots and eyeglasses don't seem to be real cavemen, as we learnt at school....for me they look to be refugees from a big catastrophe, who wanted to be remembered... The Lussac Stone Age Portraits
 

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here is the chap with glasses....? looks like our neighbor...

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I am not sure I can see glasses there, unless glasses were real tiny way back in the day. I see lines which might give that idea, though.
 
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The Neolithic Alunda Elk or Moose (Sweden ca. 4000 BC-1700 BC) found in 1910, is 21 cm long made from green/black diorite and was probably used as a ceremonial axe. It is considered one of the most beautiful animal sculptures of the Nordic Neolithic.
  • Found in 1910. Made from diorite between 4000 BC and 1700 BC my bananas.
  • ... probably used as a ceremonial axe. LOL. Everything they don't know is ceremonial.
 

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Even if you consider these objects with axes and maces, and distract from the quality of processing, I am confused by the size of the hole for the handle.
A wooden handle with a thickness of a finger will break at the first strike.

Take for example a modern ax, the thickness of the handle does not go to any comparison.

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Even if you consider these objects with axes and maces, and distract from the quality of processing, I am confused by the size of the hole for the handle.
A wooden handle with a thickness of a finger will break at the first strike.

Take for example a modern ax, the thickness of the handle does not go to any comparison.

Could this be misidentification and if so what were they used for then? The only thing I can think of is that the hole isn't intended for a wooden handle but rather for rawhide ties to hold it on to something else. Curious isn't it?
 

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Could this be misidentification and if so what were they used for then? The only thing I can think of is that the hole isn't intended for a wooden handle but rather for rawhide ties to hold it on to something else. Curious isn't it?
The option with leather straps is possible. But only the axes were still of a different shape.
Even in the Bronze Age.

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And with a hole.

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Even the later small battle axes suggest a more serious mount.

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"Ax". The diameter of the shaft hole is about 5 millimeters.

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Try to guess what it is.

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The official name is "stone ritual pickaxe."o_O
Simply put, scientists themselves do not know what it is. But give the name.

I’ll leave the video, it’s in Russian, but you can see the exhibits and come up with a name and purpose for them.)
 
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