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Bhimbetka Bhopal : Rock Shelters & Cave Paintings | Malayalam | A heritage of great civilization

Investigator, Investigator Malayalam presenting new video about Bhimbetka Bhopal : Rock Shelters & Cave Paintings in Malayalam language in this video we are mainly looking forBhimbetka rock shelters A heritage of great civilization.
The Bhimbetka rock shelters are an archaeological site in central India that spans the prehistoric paleolithic and mesolithic periods, as well as the historic period. It exhibits the earliest traces of human life on the Indian subcontinent and evidence of Stone Age starting at the site in Acheulian times. It is located in the Raisen District in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh about 45 kilometres (28 mi) southeast of Bhopal. It is a UNESCO world heritage site that consists of seven hills and over 750 rock shelters distributed over 10 kilometres (6.2 mi). At least some of the shelters were inhabited more than 100,000 years ago. The rock shelters and caves provide evidence of, according to Encyclopædia Britannica, a “rare glimpse” into human settlement and cultural evolution from hunter-gatherers, to agriculture, and expressions of prehistoric spirituality.

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Some of the Bhimbetka rock shelters feature prehistoric cave paintings and the earliest are about 10,000 years old (c. 8,000 BCE), corresponding to the Indian Mesolithic.[9][10][11][12][13] These cave paintings show themes such as animals, early evidence of dance and hunting.[14][15] The Bhimbetka site has the oldest known rock art in the Indian subcontinent,[16] as well as is one of the largest prehistoric complexes.

Dissection virtuelle des momies de Nazca (Alien Project)

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The study of the CT scans of the Nazca Mummies made in 2020 shows that:
– All the mummies display marks of intentional modifications.
– Luisa’s skull is actually a Llama’s braincase. Luisa’s brain reconstruction is identical to that of a Llama. Luisa’s ribs perforate its spinal cord, and its spinal canal is obturated when it should enter the skull, which would have prevented this specimen from being a functioning living being. Luisa is definitely an artificial mummy made from animal remains.
– Alberto, Josefina, and Vicotria show the same modus operandi as for Luisa.
– The eggs are not eggs but rocks.
– Maria and Wawita are mutilated archeological mummies. There skeleton is human except for the hands and feet.
– Maria’s feet show misaligned foot bones and toes. There are too many foot bones to articulate just three toes. The heel bone is amputated. Maria could not have lived with such altered anatomy, and as such this mummy was most likely mutilated post-mortem.
– One of Maria’s toe has been broken which shows that the mummy was not curated properly.
– Wawita has 5 hand bones for 3 fingers only, and 4 foot bones for 3 toes only. This demonstrates that Wawita is a mutilated human baby.
– The mutilation of these mummies is disrespectful and represents a loss for science and archeology.

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