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How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?

 
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12/17/2013 02:38 PM
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How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
One can only build something he has seen or knows to exist. There needs to be raw material for the imagination to work with.

My theory is that the ancient man saw all kinds of structures and temples in the spiritual world, and once entering the physical world, he would just try to repeat something he had just seen in the spirit.

The temples and ancient monuments are thus physical version of something that exists in the spirit on that time.

Even back to ancient greece there was a memory in man, of the existence of the higher worlds, so people would believe in Zeus, Poseidon, Thor, etc... he knew they rule the invisible worlds / nature even the connection was already kinda lost.

I expect the connection to these higher worlds return one day, isnt that what ascension is all about?

The knowledge in the astral and spirit world is unsurpassable compared to any physical knowlegde, one with close connection to these worlds can do amazing things.

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12/17/2013 02:49 PM
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
Maybe he wanted a cave...... outside.....

Who is to know the thought process?

I know that I have come up with several ideas that are not based on things that I have seen. I have an imagination, as well do you, though it seem you are not using it.
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
"One can only build something he has seen or knows to exist".

Is the stupidest statement of the week.
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
Animal leather and a hard on...trust me...cavemen saw tents.

Seriously though the idea of a roof isn't exactly "monumental".
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
maybe they didn't. how many used their caves?
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12/17/2013 03:03 PM
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
Probably the same way someone invented the telephone without ever seeing one before!
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12/17/2013 03:09 PM
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
Simple! He joined the Masons.
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
DGN, what are you doing in Finland? Without an account, you can't ban me from your threads. I'm still banging your co-religionist, in fact we're common law partners now and she's lovin it!
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
I have learned, this is actually a secret/conspiracy of the highest order.

It is not at all the same thing as modern man inventing telephones, etc... as he has already gone through multiple epochs, i.e. greek, egyptian,... each adding something to his evolutionary print to help him create and innovate. The source of the imagination is not understood in this evolutionary phase.
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"One can only build something he has seen or knows to exist".

Is the stupidest statement of the week.
 Quoting: Art Carney


Stupidest statement of life time.. Woah.. OP then how did we build the ISS? or rockets? or computers? or shuttles for space?
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"One can only build something he has seen or knows to exist".

Is the stupidest statement of the week.
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^this
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
"One can only build something he has seen or knows to exist".

Is the stupidest statement of the week.
 Quoting: Art Carney


Stupidest statement of life time.. Woah.. OP then how did we build the ISS? or rockets? or computers? or shuttles for space?
 Quoting: AtsuiPanda


bump for the dumbest statement ever
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12/18/2013 09:11 AM
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
Maybe he wanted a cave...... outside.....

Who is to know the thought process?

I know that I have come up with several ideas that are not based on things that I have seen. I have an imagination, as well do you, though it seem you are not using it.
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That is my first thought too - that he just started by recreating caves but on the outside. And I've always wondered if pyramids are just artificial mountains so Man can reach up and touch the sky......We tend to disregard how much man may duplicate things already existing in the natural world.
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12/18/2013 09:13 AM
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Re: How did evolved caveman learn to build monuments and houses as he had never seen one?
"One can only build something he has seen or knows to exist".

Is the stupidest statement of the week.
 Quoting: Art Carney


Stupidest statement of life time.. Woah.. OP then how did we build the ISS? or rockets? or computers? or shuttles for space?
 Quoting: AtsuiPanda



In fairness to OP, he's talking about very very early man who probably just moved out of living in caves and discovering fire and shit.

Last Edited by mehitable lives on 12/18/2013 09:13 AM

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