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The transition from the barge to the ship. With the boat, few people, one can row on the coast or [on the] river. The ship is crewed and can withstand the waves. It grew out of that, but the idea of ​​driving is different. Not moving along the country, a few steps, but being free from the country, even if you keep an eye on it, and the decision to fight the weather.

The primitive western culture created three things: - the stone structure, heavy, permanent, powerful, the distance of time. - The ship [to] reach the distance. - The bow to keep the enemy away. One is sacrifice out of fear, the second pursuit of prey, the third cowardice. From here [i.e. from the west] spread over the whole earth. North Sea, rock carvings, megaliths. The idea of ​​distance: The distance is experienced as an advantage or an obstacle, not yet as a longing, a second self, a soul. Purely practical, not ethical!

Busy bee industry to be able to enjoy afterwards. Not idea indeed. He lacks the feeling of the exegi monumentum; the Pharaoh looks [not] proud of the achievement of the pyramid, but glad that it is finished and so big.

Despite the ocean voyage, the explorer lacks the ambition to be the first, the longing to travel far away. Everything is business - sober. It sticks to the earth. It does not want to rise above itself with giant wings. The hubris is missing. They invented the bow, but they did not become warriors with the ambition of the conqueror. They [204] invented the ship, but they discovered nothing. They invented stone construction, but the vertical was missing. He does not aspire to the clouds. The pyramid is so big as a mass, not as a vertical one. [These] colonnades and domes are tied to the earth, they do not want to overcome a load with ease.


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Nordic terms of freedom of inheritance, division of inheritance, the Nordic individualism, which makes a sacrifice when it is incorporated into an association (loyalty, allegiance) - eternal feud, breach of oath, disagreement. Again and again the strong me. Also in property matters. What I have, I defend against the whole world. Pathos of property as part of the ego.


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Lifestyle of the plane. Urge to restless movement. Aversion, contempt for peasant roots in the soil, in the city. Breaking out again and again: wanderlust, longing for faraway places, adventure, travel. German hikers, English world travelers, Russian migrant workers, crusades, Vikings, knight journeys. Ubi bene -

That is missing in the West (Egypt, French, Spain, Italy). The conquistador type is Nordic. The stone structure sticks in place forever. The Nordic house is Fahrhabe. The German, stunted by the misery of the centuries, dreams and raves at least in the distance, travels in books, reads about journeys, geography. Hiking becomes longing (Italy).


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This is how the north and west collide in the north-eastern Mediterranean: the steppe conquerors subjugate the old-western nationalities. The history of antiquity is based on this fact. [205]


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The Nordic person is an I in space - despite the emotional bond between blood and clans. The more a 'race' has, the more decisive is its sense of self. He can sacrifice himself to a cause, but voluntarily. It is compulsion that kills the noble and pleases the common because it wants to escape the ego.

Will belongs to the I. Ownership is will, decision. Anyone who interferes with my free disposal over my property is attacking my self. A sense of community and a herd feeling are very different things. One sacrifices the ego, the other crawls together for lack of an ego. In the western graves the dead are provided for a comfortable existence, in the northern graves an ego is respected for the last time.


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3rd millennium, the ornament: That the Eurasian north (Scandinavia - China) possessed ornamental symbolism - abstract, spiritual - as the dominant expression [was] long noticed (Scheltema, Strzygowski). The old west had poor "ornament" but no significant ornament. He built and formed, because the statue, especially the Egyptian one, is architecturally conceived, made of heavy material, not from the inside out (Gothic), not as a body in space (ancient), but as a burden, from bottom to top.


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In the south clear outlines - that is, plastic, drawing -, a bright day, blue sky are taken for granted. You don't see him at all, but the sun. In the north - fog, cloud, ornament, impressionism - where the sky rarely shines through the clouds, the blue vault itself is divine. Sky instead of sun. And heaven as anonymous power, sun as god, plastic. Gods thus represented in a plastic way, either [as] animals (bull, jackal etc.) or as human beings, then either [206] [as] father, son, child, or mother, virgin, old man or ruler, judge, warrior, adviser.


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In the north the tragic is the meaning of all important poetry. One can determine the inner rank of the great poets according to the weight of their tragic conception. Mahabharata and Iliad are tragedies in their original form, not to mention Aeschylus. Unfortunately, we no longer know anything about Chinese poets of the Jou period. In the Faustian north, however, where the basic tragic idea [realizes] its law without compromise, not for the banal crowd but for the great and strong individual, the greatest tragic thought that was ever conceived stands on the threshold of great poetry: the twilight of the gods. And then Lear, Don Juan, Faust follow, until our present has become so soulless and flat that it insults the tragic of history as "pessimism" and warms itself with a shallow, stupid optimism that corresponds to its meager horizons and strengthens its banal state of mind .

In the south, however, the idyll is the basic idea of ​​the associated poetry and painting, the cheerful drama, the redemption poetry.


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The ›South AsianCulture: Plow [for] 'agriculture'. 'Agriculture' is not the production of grain, but a special form of this production. The Egyptians also had grain - without agriculture. The idea of ​​'pulling' - plow and wagon instead of pushing and carrying. The car for driving people was known long before it became a weapon. First hunt, then battle, the [weapon] of a steppe.

From here the idea of ​​the brick and the clay pot (Egypt, stone pot and stone building): Two tendencies from two different approaches: clay plastering and field stone packing, both of which occur together. [207]


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Westerners to ship from western France, England to western Sweden, Denmark, to Finland. Giant beds. Giant rooms. Non-Indo-Europeans. Subjugating even earlier races. Then since 2000 Indo-European conquerors (single graves, battle ax) advancing to Sweden and Italy (i.a. H. Güntert, Deutscher Geist 1932, p. 44 ff.). These Indo-Europeans were cattle breeders who assigned agriculture as slave labor to the subjugated. The Westerners were experts in growing grain (perhaps without a plow?). [The] living quarters were small compared to the palaces of the dead.


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The Nordic peoples did not mean the sun as a star, but the light, the redness, the brightness, the warmth of "the sky". Dawn and sunshine were identical. Nothing astral that is an abstraction, but a visual longing for light: day, sunshine, redness, bright sky. So instead of sun, say sunshine. That is This, Aither, etc. Likewise, night, cloudy weather, cloud are the same: lack of light, gloom. So the bright and [the] gloomy world. The Indo-Europeans and the Nordic people did not care about astronomy and the ›sun cult‹. The bright, sunny day was pantheistic to them, the outer world in general. Sunshine.


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Kasch and Atlantis: Mutilating the dead enemies, desecrating women, out of whose wombs a new generation grew, the captive warriors, blinded, mocking in the cage at feasting, so they moved eastwards, kings, slowly from century to century urgently, so that the grandchildren hardly knew that the ancestors had not yet sat here. [208]


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Heroism: One should not believe that hunger or land shortages drove these tribes south. They weren't flat and they weren't blind. They were consumed with a deep longing for a home in the sunlight. At that time, first in world-historical form, the homesickness for the south, for the sun, which is related to life, appears. And they were not blind: The trade on northern roads, rivers, coasts brought news of the sun-drenched worlds of the south: of the gold shimmering Egypt and its pyramids, the legendary Babylon, the Dravidian splendor of India; the yellow fertile land of China. They wanted to go there. They followed a legend. They flew into the light like mosquitoes. All these routes of the Jou [to China], the Aryans to the Ganges, the Mitanni, the Sea Peoples were directed towards goals that were known. And like the Germanic peoples to Rome and Byzantium, they all wanted to Memphis and Babel, [to the] Indus and [to the] Hoangho.


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Heroism: It is the ethos of the north, where nature itself is the enemy of life and turns every step into a struggle, an overcoming. In the south, the Diogenes bin was possible. There is only struggle or extinction here.


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Europe [in] the Neolithic, Nordic art, ribbon ceramics, Aegean. A break in the north around 2000. New ornamentation [towards] 1800: The Germanic tribes are formed from a migration of peoples from the Danube to the north, where until then Nordic Hamites (megalithic graves) sat. This formation of Germanism is therefore at the same time as the advance of other tribes to Hellas, India, and China! - Bronze Age. (Read Real Lexicon Nordic Art, Scheltema, Hoernes, Schuchhardt!) [209]


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Kasch and Atlantis: The inner form of the temple culture includes intellectual and business expansion, not races of peoples: Spirit (language, measure, calendar), business (not as if the economic sense was stronger than elsewhere, but it focuses with abstract certainty on the distant possible and invents the forms the [extensive] long-distance professional trade). In Atlantis, the trader is not a professional type.

Perhaps the hammering and driving of copper is Atlantic (Spain). But only Kasch makes it into production for export purposes, carving, making bars as a commodity.


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The two big c cultures: They explain everything in the Mediterranean (content of the first chapter). One [from] the north-west [to] the south-east: ancestors, caring for the dead, tight state organization, calendar: that is, Libya, Rasena, Crete, Lydia, Egypt, Akkad, getting weaker and weaker. Preserving corpse, tomb as memorial. The other [from] the south-east [to] the north-west: abstraction, templum, cosmogonic structure, myth system, rite, omen: Sumer, pre-Egyptians, Etrurians, Hatti. No ancestors, grave monuments. The living is right. More church than state.

At the same time, these two cultures spread language types that correspond to the ornamental ones. Hamitic and Elamish. To which [language type] Basque, Rasena belong, [is] quite uncertain.


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›Nordic‹ must be clearly interpreted:

In the 4th / 3rd Millennium [the] center of gravity of Nordic essence is the Solutréen band ceramic zone as far as China, under Kashite influence, gladly receptive and docile. It was not until the 3rd millennium [210] that the high Nordic amoeba emerged [at the] Baltic Sea, which incorporated the rest of Europe and finally really produced the three heroic cultures. These two amoeboid structures must be carefully distinguished.


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Kasch, Atlantis: If the Atlanteans avoided the impassable, as yet hardly existing [Nile] delta and went north via southern Arabia, then the lower class of Kash [and] Ur-Atlantic-Akkadian and Sumer only the upper class. The Atlanteans would have populated everything up to the Zagros. Kasch, on the other hand, advances [along] the shipping routes: Indus, Persian Gulf, Red Sea.


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We only know about cash finds from random places: Anau, Astrabad, Elam, Harappa. It would be wrong to take these as the main points; we do not know where the center was. But one clue is the direction of the Indian invasion against ›Sindh‹, from which the names Hindu, India and the ›Iranian‹ to Palestine [come]. Apparently all of Iran and West India were 'Kash'.


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1. Determine the large outlines here, from the highest height, which are then filled in below! On the edge of the ice and rainy season. Climate. ›World situation‹ - differences of rank -.

2. Building, temples, graves. So the 'leitmotifs' are different. The religion, chariots, calendar and preliminary stages of scripture. Genealogically - cosmologically. Sacrifice: The slaughter, cattle breeding. (Not yet the profane economic consequences.)

3. The language.

4. State idea, people, class, leadership, legal idea, war as the archetype of politics. Here the 'peace' begins as a legal interlude of the eternal war as the real 'life'. [211]

5. Symbolism of the economy. Relationship to plants and animals (concrete or artificial). What is need, what is expression (choice)?

6. Temperament: ideal of movement, walking, action (punt is Kasch). Stream of people and stream of forms.


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If the Dravidian languages ​​“belong to the Kash group”, then they came to India like Latin to Romania, Greek to Bactria and Spanish to the Philippines, not through “migration”, but politically and economically.


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Kasch, Atlantis: The expansion as a result of desertification: [Was] the advance of the East Hamites (›Semites‹) into Arabia, Canaan, Akkad - around 3000? - roughly at the same time as the occupation of south-east Spain, Malta, points of Italy and Greece? At the same time with the megalithic culture in Denmark [on the] Elbe? With the wandering of the bell-cup people? With the occupation of Troy I? Before that, Kasch had moved as far as Middle Egypt (4th millennium). It recedes as far as Syria and the Euphrates, but expands to the north. The drying up of Central Asia then leads to pressure on Europe (end of the Tripolje culture), China, Persia.


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The Teutons [are] a mixed Hamitic element. Bohuslän images are western. Only the ornament is Nordic. Namely the infinite ornament of some kind - infinitely running, filling the area, moving in a spiral. The deep sense is always infinity. It is wrong to start from the finished motifs, such as ribbon ceramics, spiral. The ornament is lonely, personal. A picture, a statue is a you, a Nordic ornament is an I, it does not speak [212] to others, it only speaks. The fact that Scheltema observed that it emphasizes the body of the vessel is symbolic. So: the infinitely lonely ornament.


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Soul: Nordic soul [is] 'personal', i.e. lonely. I, never we. For them the 'we' is a sacrifice, ethically; for the south it is the normal constitution. That is why 'speaking to yourself' is Nordic. The responsibility.


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North: The graves in Ur [are] ›Guteans‹ burials: with spoils. The names on the vessels [are] not those who were buried, but those who were conquered.

Race type of the Vedas, Persians, black-haired. [Are] the Ainu a remnant of this type (as far as the Alps)?


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Wistfulness of all folk poetry, song, dance. In addition, intoxicating wildness. Melancholy of the plain - why? Russian steppe, prairie. Why do mountains, islands, seas, lakes comfort? It's because of the feeling of infinity - the horizon consumes the soul, gnawing. Once, never again, future, endless passing. It is the home of hero culture, ribbon ceramics.


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To build! This only applies to Kasch and Atlantis. The northern cultures did not actually 'build', but instead wove the wooden wall ornamentally. That is why they “looked” less at the overall appearance of the house than at the significance of individual ornaments (roof, beams). Cult buildings [are] Hamitic and Kashitic. [213]


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Kasch and Atlantis: There are no peoples yet. The great form of the experienced and felt connection is the trunk, a few thousand "souls", a few hundred "heads". There are names only for these tribes, their territory (›Gau‹, ›Revier‹), not for rivers, but for river sections, not for mountains, but individual mountains and ridges, not for countries, but a stretch of coast, a valley, one Island. The geographical horizon also limits the area of ​​a trunk. In addition, there is the fabulous distance with dark news, ancestors, curiosity (experienced and known horizon).


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Names: I want to introduce ancient mythical names for these two cultures in order to avoid confusing them with later structures. (Map!) Atlantis: The Greeks called two mountains that, the Mauritanian and the Ethiopian Atlas. The Atlantis saga is directed there in general, the ocean got its name from it: in all of this there is an old tradition of something highly historical that came to an early end.The traces in the depths can still be discovered today: Megalithic graves - death, life. Language - inflection. Rock paintings - eye-like creation. Arms, fortresses. Then Erythraea: As is well known, that was the name of the sea between Bombay and Aden in prehistoric times. Here was punt. Sumer is the Persian Gulf, Elam is the southern edge from Susa to the Indus. South India and Somaliland filled with flint. Cult buildings. Astral teaching. Language. Agglutination. Bronze, ceramics: technology. 6 system abstract. Circle division, Hellespont.

Atlantis: construction and administration technology, ›overcoming‹, to be precise.

Kasch: bronze, ceramics, seeds, breeding: exploitation, abstract.

Ziggurat (Dombart). [214]


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The far north: Here, in short, great proof that we are not allowed to draw any conclusions from the peoples of today. Here, in the endless strip of mountain-less plain with forest and swamp, bushes and stream, hard winters and hot summers, a new kind of person woke up to a world-historical broadcast. We don't know what they looked like. Too often storms of peoples have passed through this plain: Alans from Mongolia to Portugal, Tocharians from Europe to China. And since then, through the inbreeding of closed civilized peoples, a type of city dweller has developed in China and Europe, which blurs every trace - we know nothing of the untouched farmers. In contrast, what should the ›Indo-European‹ language mean? Somehow this group of dialects existed around 1000 BC. In two branches. But what do we know about all the lost, extinct in the north, abandoned in the south species of this language - and other language groups that are completely lost? In Africa and America there are hundreds of languages, and that it was once no different between the Atlantic and India, and neither in Urchina, is shown by the ruins of dozens in the inscriptions.

It is the rule that one language finally supersedes the other. Western Europe inherited the dialect of Latium, that of Mecca [the world from Iraq] to [Morocco]. So language is a happy heiress - but in what corners may it have slumbered before? And who, above all, were their previous porters? For what right do we suppose that the Arya and Hellenes use this language Not have borrowed? (On this Meyer, Volksstämien Asia Minor, p. 256!) If we distinguish between Western Europeans, Russians, Tatars, Mongols, etc. today, this is the result of historical events: the 'Russians' since the golden horde, the Mongols and 'Europeans' since the empires of the Romans and Chinese. [215]


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Kasch [is] very old, [was] already in front Atlantis in Egypt, perhaps even in two ways, to the sea from Nubia down the Nile, from northern Arabia to the delta. Then suppressed by the Atlantic wave of peoples, while ›Sumer‹ is the victor over the Atlantic-Semitic element. ›Kasch‹ [is] pre-Sumerian, Sumer already the result of a fertilization. In Arabia and Aram-Assyria the crowd of Atlanteans triumphs, only 'Sumer' is the result of a victory through supplies. Sumer is not only Sinear, but the whole area of ​​the Persian Gulf.


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The greatness, far in the north, [stands] against the sun spirit. Heroism. I am the fate. The gods [are] treated as companionship, hardship sought, pride. Individual combat, bravery. Killing the enemy [is] not simply necessary, but beautiful. Fight [counts] as the purpose of life. Ideal. Shipping [is] discovered as heroism, high seas, adventure. Burning palaces, rivers of blood, exults of manhood. Nations are warlike men's unions, not [a] cultic unit.


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Heroism: Here the real Nordic ornament [applies], as an expression of a new soul. From China to the Rhine. Even in the Faustian culture, French Gothic is atlantic: stone; German ornamental: brick building. Ceramic is just a poor side branch! Mainly wood, carved, painted, house and household utensils, then braiding, weaving, patterns. The house urns still reveal the Chinese line in the landscape. Russian, Scandinavian timber and half-timbered construction. The heroic does not show itself in the temple and the tomb, which are both sacrifices, humility; life only wants itself. Very irreligious, little cult. The ornament is weaving, infinite, jubilant feeling for the world, dark ancestry, joy of fate. [216]


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Kasch and Atlantis: During the ripening of these migrant cultures, as a continuation of the earth's fate that stands behind the word Ice Age, the unrestrained transformation of the edge zone from forest to steppe and [from] steppe to humusless sand takes place, from West Africa to China and at the southern tips of the three continents . And just as the ice once drove ancient, rare swarms of people southwards, so the desert is now pushing masses of people in all directions: from North Africa, the later Sahara, to Spain, Italy, [the] Aegean, [the] Nile region, [the] Congo, from Arabia against the Euphrates, from Turkestan to India and China. The whole history of Egyptian and Babylonian cultures is under this pressure.


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Leanings: It is an upscale form of rural economy as opposed to urban economy. And also an expression of genealogical, not priestly social feeling, so closer to Atlantis than Kasch. After the warlike convulsions, it is a natural relationship in which one cannot judge by today's urban sentiments. It was taken for granted. The rebellion was either a real war to restore the old power of the vanquished or, later, the conflict from the city, for rationalistic motives. Protection against obedience (not payment as in urban relationships). The Lord also gives, is hospitable. That's the point of Anax.

[It is] ridiculous to refer to the conditions of indigenous peoples. These are symbols. It is 1) a form of military service, 2) [a form] of the economic order, 3) an expression of the idea of ​​'Highness'. [217]


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Social structure: In Kasch, a nobility is unthinkable: here, as in the magical culture (partly Atlantic?), A cultic social order, the focus on the priesthoods, the king its exponent. In Atlantis, on the other hand, [is] the gentlemen's class [focus]. The social structure of the strictest symbolism [is] different in every cd culture. The estates are there, but the superstructure has a different foundation: priestly or noble, that is, spatially abstract or temporally vital.


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The amoeboid Kash culture (kinship of the Dravidian, African, Sumerian languages) made its way to the northwest, through the Red and [the] Persian Sea to Etruria (this very young, around 2000) - related way of naming, baptizing place names and personal names . Lingam and yoni (stone core in a bowl-shaped base with spout) and the sacred bull ›Nandi‹ - everything from the Urdrawid Shiwakult. From here the holy bull penetrates as far as Etruria. This Kash culture is that of the sacred plow (cultivation of plants in furrows), hence the sacred soil geometry, templar, from which Babylon then makes a system.

Furthermore, the exclusively sacred metal technology [comes] from here, which gives the impetus to the long-distance trade of the Nordic idea. Because the demand is southern, the form of long-distance trade is absolutely Nordic, is based on border elements (Assur, Minos, Tartessos) and therefore lets the "face" of the two southern cultures turn to the north, while the monsoon area withers. The chthonic goddess of sexual lust belongs to Urkasch, [in] India Paravati, in Syria Astarte, ›Venus‹. From Urkasch [comes] the cosmology of the Indians, Vorarisch, doctrine of the world mountain (Sumerian country = mountain!), Structure of the world structure, monkey, Hanuman - everything also in Africa. [218]


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A c-culture has the direction of movement Indian world - Peru (with Madagascar as a later specialization) - Japan. Another one around 2000 (Nordic) the one to the south. Their expression of life is ›lifestyle‹, not abstraction in construction or thought: they are forms of lifestyle, not of inanimate objects. This corresponds to the new idea of ​​the defiant of fate: Achilles, not clay pots. But the archaeologist cannot dig up that.


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The two southern cultures are a collision of simultaneous c-currents (Atlantis and Kasch), whose need for expression was partly abstract (cosmological), partly critical (outline image, burial chamber, building structure). In the three northern cultures there is a young c-culture with [its] expression in [the] way of life on old ones, which are reflected again: under antiquity, Atlantis cherishes, little Kasch; under India Kash; - [what] under China?


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I would like to general names like Atlantis and Kasch, because I want to purposely obscure the geographic location. Because there can be no question of a firmly moved district as in the deeply rooted high cultures. Therefore, Atlantis Western Iberia or Morocco or the Northern Sahara or all together or at any time can mean something different. Kasch is the Persian Gulf, Oman, Baludschistan to Haiderabad. Sumer ranged from Ur to Muscat, Elam from Susa to [the] Indus.


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A third c-culture is the Indonesian. She is undoubtedly younger than the other two, of which Kasch is the oldest. 5000 Kasch, Lemuria. 4000 Atlantis. 3000 Sunda, Polynesia from East Africa to [219] Japan and Peru. (I have to choose words that are in the prehistoric times, nothing later that already has a fixed meaning.) This third c-culture is strong in China, in India partly in the depths, and it has led around all the edges of the great ocean, where it became witness very late as a high culture in Mexico and Peru. Is the Indonesian culture a remnant of the Kashamoeb? Like the hero culture a remnant of Atlantis?


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Kasch: I reckon with the assumption that this primeval region extends from Eastern Arabia to Malabar, but in the north as far as Turkestan. The great stream of peoples over Zagros and Kabul are one of them. Perhaps the Solutréen is at home here! Or produced locally from here.

The ancient Sumerian religion mainly knows the bison and the ›wild man‹ (not ›Gilgamesh‹), who is naked, protector of the bison, primal, deer against the lion, ringlets and goatee like the bison.

Then Egypt would be: Atlantis via Kasch, Babylon: Kasch via Solutréen.


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Art form: The expression in space is Atlantic: grave. Painting as well: ›composition‹ of the scene. The pseudo-ornamental decorations (like stars etc.) are imitations of some form (starfish), not symbolic formations. Sense of physiognomy (portrait, breed types).

Nordic: Everything is an ornament of foreboding, including grave and house shape, roof, half-timbering. Not the space, but the ornament, the play of lines is important. Not the vessels, but the play with its surface. Even then there must have been deep music, not loose playing, major and minor.

Kashite [is] abstract, barely felt ›art‹. Inartistic sect, a sense of abstract thought structures, mysterious numbers and dimensions. Ziggurat acts only as the embodiment of numbers. The statues were certainly only perceived as follows: seven rows of palm leaves. No sense of portraits. It just seems like that.


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I name the two cultural amoebas that appear here, according to the predominant trait of their expression, the grave and the temple culture. And I name the worldview that is expressed here, the genealogical and the cosmological.


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Atlantis, Kasch, Turan: The religion:

A: hot, agile, genealogical. Digging of graves.

K: tropical, saturated, cosmological. Temple construction.

T: cold, longing, natural soul, magic, mysticism. Without architecture. The artistic urge to express itself clings to

A: in stone construction, stone relief, impact, strength, mass, overcoming. The decoration of the vessels and clothing remains completely neglected. ›Jewelry‹ as a special item of jewelry (diadem etc.): tectonic style, concrete.

K: temple, painting: painterly style, abstracting.

T: house, dress, device: ornamental, mystical. Adhering to the necessity of living and warming: intimate culture of the house and tent, warm clothes, carpets, interiors, beams, roof, windows.

So:

A: Megalithic building and rock carvings

K: Brick construction and paint application

T: tent and wood construction, carving.


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The house is insignificant as a carrier of expression in Atlantis and Kasch. In Atlantis [it imitates] even grave forms in the greatest splendor. The [221] Egyptian house [is] a ›tomb of the living‹, [the] Minoan [a] ›templum of those present‹. Nordic heroism, however, in its first, purest ascent builds something alive, not dead: rulers instead of palaces, a life course like Achilles instead of a grave.

There are residential huts everywhere in c. But the house as the bearer of great symbolism is Turanian: first the chief's house, then that of everyone. Grave, templum, house is such that actually every tribe should only have one, that of the mightiest.


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[To] Turan's intellectual culture: I leave the question open whether there was a fourth in America Pacific-Andean, but i believe it. Simultaneous with the hero amoeba.

Turan: Investigate whether sacred prostitution is at home here! In general, the forms that are ›Phrygian-Syrian‹. The Chaldic, Bohemian and Aino should then belong to the Randamoebs. Since new language types are no longer being formed, because around 4000 people are already speaking verbal languages, the Indo-European type of grammatical structure must be Turanic.


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So the idea of ​​the inhuman [is] also different:

Atlantis: afterlife, family

Kasch: A blessing in this world

Turan: Amor fati or contrition.

The first act of the unleashed spirit is the interpretation of the world in the picture (seeing - thinking), a picture of the fear of what has been set free, who has been cast out of all-life. Only around 2000 did the pride in this confrontation with the All.


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Atlantis: It is to be expected that the Capsien is younger than the Aurignacien and that both have a common exit: north [222] and south crystals. Then the Atlantic amoeba is based on the humus of both and has the focus more in Spain and Morocco.

But then the end capsia is already the beginning of the c-culture itself. That the ›oldest Neolithic‹ is missing in Spain is only the impression due to a wrong general view. In fact, end capsia is already 5th millennium.


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Two c cultures: In this amoeba age, state and religion emerge as organized, but not 'at all', but immediately in a few basic ideas, primordial symbols from which everything later in c and d cultures derives spiritually, through solidification, decomposition [and] Crossing.

The original forms [are] the Atlantic state [and] the Asian religion! For everything that is governmental on earth, Atlantis is, for everything that is highly religious, Kasch is exemplary. Kasch's original idea: The world is there for the sake of man, macroanthropos and microcosm. The world system has its meaning in man. The pride of Kasch: the gods cannot do without people who only give them meaning through worship [and] sacrifice. Heaven and earth are symbols of human nature. This is the original sense of all great religion. Only ›Akkad‹ brings to pride whining, pleading, contrition, the feeling of sin (that's the reaction after the great times, around 2600, urban bourgeois). While the far north weighs people: chivalry, ancestors, race, noble, it becomes here counted. No genealogical difference in rank.


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c culture. Atlantis: The stretching power of this culture soul is enormous. The river flows northwards to Orkney, Denmark Germany (Bell Beaker), but then it conquered Africa, [the] Sudan, in ›pre-Saharan‹ times. On the Timbuktu line, East Africa, Chad - Nile - Arabia, Akkad partly from southern Arabia because the delta was impassable, Zambezi, south, where the rock carvings (much older than the 'Bushmen') show where mighty ruins must be. [223]


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Atlantis and Kasch, [that is] ›Occident and Orient‹. These terms have already arisen here, as well as north land and south sea: these two are of a younger type. The desert belt was then the great pasture belt. These are at the same time four archetypes of language formation (not ›original languages‹), which are becoming less and less typical towards the edge.

Atlantic type: Occident: Semitohamite. Nordland, younger: Indo-European. Kashitic type: Orient: Sumerian-Caucasian. South Seas: Austro-Asian. Occident and Orient [are] today still c-amoeba among decayed d-cultures.


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Atlantis: The word has fallen into disrepute and yet denotes a reality. That's why I want to rehabilitate it.


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AtlantisKash

Concrete abstract

political-social idea religious-social idea

State broadcast

Egypt the four regions of the world

Order, administration, redemption, recovery

Administrative practice

National universal

no expansion, limitless

National border


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Atlantic art: The stylized and nevertheless true-to-nature alpine art is at the end of the Paleolithic, is local, 5000. Negade art belongs to this [224] 'idea', but also the Minoan art with its naturalism, which originates from Libya and extends as far as Asia Minor.Its essence is a sketch of the vital: not the body in general, but the living body - run, look around, flight. Kasch is more abstract.


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Kasch, focus somehow Turkestan - Persia - India, so also a land mass, still very indefinite. Solutréen as an advance. Indian Paleolithic. Anau. Band ceramics as the edge zone, partial amoeba up to China. On the other hand traces to Spain: Malta, Molfetta, Dimini.

There are still two zones: ceramic band and elamite. The fact is that the urban Babylonian culture (Elam, Sinear) extends from Eastern Arabia to Punjab. The key lies in the prehistoric exploration of Arabia and Turkestan.


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Kasch and Atlantis: Omina belongs to Kasch, where the gods determine the cosmos of things: everything is rigidly predetermined in an abstract and predictable form. All of Hellas is inundated with oracles. Mathematics. At Atlantis, where the meaning of life is felt not mathematically, but rhythmically, what is supposed to happen is not the mathematics of the cosmos, but a rhythmic result, organic-logical, of the tendency of life. It is not the time and place of the one-off event, but the overall result of the event that is important, and one knows that internally, not through omens. Precisely because this stream of life is the meaning of the universe, it cannot suddenly stop with dying, while life as the conclusion of a god mathematics becomes indifferent after death.

Internal relationship between the Faustian and Egyptian cultures, first and last blossoming of Atlantis. Just as Sumer and Arabia are the first and last blossoms of Kash. In antiquity, Atlantis and [225] Turan cross each other as in India Kasch [and Turan], in the Faustian culture north and antiquity (in this again Atlantis in the depths), very complicated. In China the old mouth culture with north.


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Amoeboid ›tendencies‹: The megalithic culture is the only one that thinks in ›mass‹, not just in stone, but in cubic, voluminous, already on the Atlantic coast, then classically in Egypt, weaker already in Babylon (while the three northern cultures abstract in space instead of [in ] Thinking about material and thus creating the most ephemeral, formal ideas, but not monuments). So the Semitohamite grammar must attest to something similar, be massive, have become fed up and lazy in the south, bathed in light, without longing.

On the other hand, the monsoon amoeba ›Kasch‹, from which traces [live] in Sumer, Drawida, Sudan, brought with it a different tendency (presumeric, Oannes), namely earth mother, agriculture and animal husbandry as an expression of chthonic thinking. This is where Harappa belongs. The amoeboid cultures continue to mature, regardless of the local high culture built on them. The relationship of the Germanic systems is not to be understood causally from an original language, but convergent from a simultaneous worldview (Paideuma, Amöboid, Kulturseele). The Vedas and Homer [are] strongly Nordic, the [respective popular] belief (as in Rhodes Psyche) peasant southern.


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The north around 2000: [It is] to be distinguished: The northern man is agile, active. He penetrates in the storm by his tribal associations chasing what lies in the way, or if it holds on, subjugate or exterminate.

The southern man - Gaia - advances very slowly, individually, in troops, from village to village, tenaciously, firmly on the ground. So from the Indian Ocean (Kasch) it slowly moved north along streams and coasts. [226]

Nile Valley - Mediterranean (coastal trip, North Africa, Crete, ›pre-Indo-European‹ settlements with the place names). Sinear to the Caucasus and Bosporus. Indus, Ganges - Dravidian. From Tonkin to the Hoangho (Yüeh) and Japan and Polynesia.

The somatic type of the Chinese and Japanese, the 'eternal' peasant class, the homo dinaricus, mediterraneus, comes from here.

4000 BC The northern man is creative in the south - all cultures! - but he dies for it. Upper class, also as a farmer! Because in Italy and Hellas the oriental slave formed the new peoples! The oldest push from the north is the Semitohamite over North Africa to Egypt and Babylon!


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West-east migration of the 4th millennium: From Spain to the South Seas. The new is a brave life trend, courage. But not conscious courage, not a courageous worldview. One dares, but not for the sake of the car, and one suffers from the necessity of having to have a car. That determines the inner form of this enormous trait of an amoeboid culture. The proud individual does not yet feel like a person. He doesn't know anything about himself. And you feel your way with the ships from coast to coast into the unknown, you push your way through endless steppe, but not with the epic face of the explorer and conqueror. Even if the Egyptian warrior, the ruler, slays the enemy, he is not a hero, but redeemed from danger. You dare or you die, but the pathos of the dare and heroism are unknown experiences.


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Northern cultures: The northern soul's contempt for everything that the southern culture had chosen as its highest ideals can be seen in the heroic no to everything: nothing has survived from this early period, neither astronomy nor law (Babylonian), neither construction [227] nor administration (Egyptian). One lived the defiant nonetheless to oneself. Life doesn't need certificates. It feels like it's enough. Only then does the shattered lower soul regain consciousness and assert itself as a 'people', first religiously, then also politically.


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The northern peoples [around] 2000 bring the idea of ​​competition and the appreciation of personal danger, courage, contempt for death. Idea of ​​the competition games, Agon - also in Stonehenge? Another idea is that of watching cruel games, gladiators (Osker? Rasena?), Bullfights in Crete, ancient in Spain.


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Kasch and Atlantis: How many amoebas arose in this millennium around the middle of the decade millennium BC, we do not know and will never know. What is certain is that several of them never attained a greater significance. Two, however, grew up to the utmost height that was possible for such a culture, and they determined, more than others and later, the course and material of world history. They came into being at about the same time; they have ever grasped only part of the human world inwardly, and through the history of their existence, which has not yet been extinguished, they prove that primitive culture of a higher style is not "the culture of humanity" but of a part of human beings.


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The Neolithic and Bronze Age [in Europe] fall into the subboreal dry season, when the loess soil was free from forests. That is why all the ceramic band settlements are on the loess: agriculture, village. The cord and zone ceramics, on the other hand, had hardly any real agriculture, had found no places to live, so they were not very settled. That means: more cattle keeping in free herds, Atlantic! Cattle, pigs, sheep, goats. [228]


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Expansion of Atlantis: It goes on so slowly that there is no awareness of expansion in certain directions: one extends the pastures from father to grandson, occasionally leaving the areas of grandfathers. The grandchildren are sitting a little further west. [That is] very different from the Nordic heroism into the distance.


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I assume a flowing Neolithic culture from Morocco, which moves along the old traffic routes through the forest and steppe landscape to the Nile with an ancient sea center in Tunis (Phratria, pre-Carthaginian, Atlantic). These Tehenu (Hamites) of Egyptian skin color also reached Crete and Sicily, also Sardinia, Liguria, Nubia. They have the custom of cultic rock carvings, the tumuli. Furthermore, a culture of younger, Kashitic style, flows from Sinear to Crete - Etruria, with related language types, templar, priestly. Tuimah appear around 2500, perhaps warlike tribes, not masses of people.

The emptying of the Sahara brings a rush of peoples to the north (Europe, Mediterranean) and south (rock carvings of the ›Bushmen‹). Capsien in Palestine. Shipping in the Mediterranean [is] pre-Egyptian.