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

"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.

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.

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.

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.


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.

KD: 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... is it being hidden on purpose?
Similar articles
Article starter Title Section Replies Date
KorbenDallas Royal BC Museum: Stone Hammers, Mayan Balls and Metal Pipes Museum Visits 2

Similar articles