Author Topic: The Birth of Civilisation - Cult of the Skull (8800 BC to 6500 BC)  (Read 1046 times)

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Thank you for posting, really digging that Rutti track so far!
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"I really dig this."

There is a lot more in this style from 90s pop culture when pre-colonial revival was in full swing, not only from TV BGMs but also (2D) video game BGMs. For example:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ezpWOuWJ_c

This one is from the Mohist RPG that I previously mentioned:

http://aryanism.net/blog/other/freemasonry-judaism-republished-on-kindle/comment-page-1/#comment-162015



"invoking similar emotions by an artist with a superior character. If you know one, please tell me and I will replace it."

Entire album here (timestamp links at YouTube page, take your pick!):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZZZ7zX6too

How about Track 11?

"Who needs orchestral scores anyway?"

Westerners do. No one else does (and we should be proud of this).
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Thank you for posting, really digging that Rutti track so far!

Glad that you like it! Here is the entire album playlist:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_nS1c6P0YB6Zzvm_gf5_-fzjGYPkmFYgGc

Lots of good tracks on there. "Rutti" is my definite favorite though.

How about Track 11?

Exactly what I was looking for, thank you! While I did indeed settle for Track 11 to accompany that particular passage, the entire album rules hard.
« Last Edit: May 07, 2021, 03:40:45 pm by Dazhbog »

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Neolithic Cannibals | Prehistoric Europe Documentary (5,000 BC)
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Cannibalism is seen in many cultures around the world, including in prehistoric Europe (eg the Upper Paleolithic / Mesolithic Magdalenian site of Gough's Cave in Cheddar Gorge). But the Neolithic is a time of settled farmers and herders. Were these people really cannibals?

In this video we're looking at three sites: Herxheim, Germany; El Toro Cave in Malaga, Spain; and Fontbrégoua Cave in Provence, France.

Were these prehistoric Europeans desperate people facing starvation? Were they honouring their own people in complex mortuary rites? Or were they feasting on their enemies?

And were they even practicing cannibalism at all?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NFri78q4b8

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Neolithic Iberia - 5000 year old Idols and Megaliths!
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Who built the Neolithic stone circles, cromlechs and tombs of Portugal and Spain? Why did these people make strange plaque shaped idols? Where did they come from and who are the Bell Beaker people who invaded Iberia and replaced the megalith culture? All such questions are answered in this documentary about Neolithic Iberia.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJLTXmHuEbI

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The Funnelbeaker Culture | Neolithic Farmers of Northern Europe
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European farmers reached the southern edge of the North European Plain, not far south of the Baltic coast, before 5000 BC but didn't reach northern Germany and southern Scandinavia until 1000 years later. So for a thousand years there was some interaction with groups of the Late Mesolithic Ertebølle Culture - a hunter gatherer people in this region during the 5th millennium BC which is shown by traded stone axes and other artefacts.

Once it was thought that these northern hunter gathers gradually adopted farming over that thousand years but thanks to DNA analysis we know that's not the case.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJYvhf0VVi0