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Game Night eT rock art and the personal research she did on collecting all geometric or iconic signs present in Homo Sapiens caves in Europe But the book is not up to the research in the field of the last ten or fifteen years at timesven First of all her locking her personal research onto Europe is of course very dubious and definitely unacceptable in our global world Then her coverage of Africa is only collecting information about what others have done and yet her only one time mention of Sally McBrearty is very strange because Sally McBrearty spoke very loudly against two myths in this field of research First she rejected the idea of a Neolithic agricultural revolution for one main reason it took a long time and personally I will amplify what she said and published and add that Homo Sapiens particularly when he started migrating out of BLACK Africa had to take care the very first form of cultivation of the natural garden to make sure he was able to survive and Magic Touch (The Wizards of Venus, expand in his various newnvironments Their food has been identified from research on their teeth and it shows an Grovers Own Alphabet extremely varied food and what s Neanderthals shows the same phenomenon though maybe at a less developed level We do not know about DenisovansThe second thing Sally McBrearty was very critical of is the idea of a cognitive revolution somewhere around 50000 BCE and the connection some insist on about a possible genetic change mutations at the time and particularly the FOXP2 gene I have amplified this approach and I just ask a simple uestion what genetic mutations were naturally selected tonable Homo Sapiens to become a bipedal long distance fast runner since his leaving the forest and his coming down into the savanna reuired that Husband for Real evolution And I found out that all thelements these cognitive revolutionaries are putting on the table are all necessary genetic mutations for Homo Sapiens to become that bipedal long distance fast runner which was absolutely indispensable if he wanted to survive in the savannaThe collateral side Root to Stem effect of these mutations is that Homo Sapiens was able to multiply the vowels he could utter and the consonants he could articulate He could then develop human articulated language that counts three articulations The first one based on the rotation of vowels and consonants was not possessed by monkeys but we do not know whether Neanderthals and Denisovans had it and if the common ancestors of these two Hominins species plus Homo Sapiens had also developed this rotation of vowels and consonants this first articulation I believe they had because they needed a full communicational system hence an articulated languageven with only one articulation and not the three of our languages to be able to plan organize control and guide the migrations they all were Hard Pushed engaged in The common ancestors to the Middle East and to Central Asia Mongolia Siberia where Neanderthals and Denisovans were tovolve and of course Neanderthals who migrated from the Middle East to the whole of Europe and Denisovans who also migrated from Central Asia to a vast zone in Asia though their presence in Asia is far from being fully documentedBut Genevieve von Petzinger is short on a few other subjects She does not study the THREE basic migrations out of BLACK Africa and thus she misses the linguistic problem of the three migrations Semitic languages first isolating languages second and agglutinative and synthetic analytical languages third She is so ignorant on this subject that she does not know about the vast research of Theo Vennemann who proved I repeat proved Old Homo Sapiens in Europe the Homo Sapiens of the Ice Age that von Petzinger is considering spoke a set of Turkic agglutinative languages and nothing How Philosophy Works else She neglects the fact that a great number of rivers and geographical areas are still using names that can be traced to Basue or Turkish hence to Turkic roots It is these people who painted the caves in EuropeIf she had opened her interest to Indonesia Sulawesi to Asia in general to the Americas and to Africa she would have found out that rock art is in no way European and it mightven be older in some other continents The author should check the site of the Bradshaw Foundation and she would be able to open up her approach to the whole world But Sulawesi in Indonesia only would have provided her with the idea that most hands in these caves are female hands and that would have helped her to avoid her minimization of the role of women that she shifts from 75% to nothing but Charlie Hernndez the League of Shadows eual from a 3 to 1 dominance to anual contribution This pushing aside of women s role in these rock art paintings helps the author NOT TO CONSIDER the basic and vital meaning survival division of labor of women in Ice Age societies and probably in all Homo Sapiens societies till their The Little Book of Comfort emergence 300000 BCE that made women the central group in their societies that could 1 be clear about the rejection of inbreeding a natural characteristic common to at least all mammals 2 be clear on the role of women in delivering and raising the necessary children who will assume the survival of the community of the species and theirxpansion 3 the spiritual role women played in these societiesWithout falling into the Babel Biblical ranting and raving of some like Chris Hegg about the real Dancing on the Ceiling existence of one uniue language before Babel and its tower I must admit that Genevieve von Petzinger did waste a lot of time about transferring the San hunter gatherer community in South Africa today and their shamanistic practice reinforced by thentoptic universal sign theory that is at least debatable onto the Homo Sapiens communities of Europe during the Ice Age to come to the conclusion that we cannot conclude these Homo Sapiens had any kind of shamanistic practice When you come to such a conclusion in your research it is good to drop the research itself and look for another approachThe other approach is in de Saussure and his theory of the linguistic sign For Genevieve von Petzinger in spite of chapter 12 that is purely superficially unthought through linguistic amateurish prose Homo Sapiens is mainly MUTE which he was not He had a fully developed communicational tool called language that had three deep articulations in this particular case in Europe and it is obvious meaning absolutely unavoidable and inescapable that the geometric and maybe iconic signs in the caves along with the hands and all the paintings corresponded to a word or discursive linguistic The Wee Free Men (Discworld, entity that had an oral signifier and a semantic signified meaning and that Homo Sapiens superimposed onto this linguistic sign a pictographic or geometric sign that was in fact a visual signifying superimposed onto the dual linguistic sign We do not know what these signs mean because we do not know what linguistic signs are behind and we might never know but it is not scientifically acceptable to transfer a modern world shamanistic practice onto another practice that is at least 45000 years older Such retrospective transfer is a methodological mistake that disualifiesventual conclusionsLuckily Genevieve von Petzinger herself concludes that is worth nothing that no shamanism can be proved So why on arth did she write and published all these pages on something that is worth nothing I am in the process of publishing a much longer study on this book because it is dangerously misleading for younger researchers or a younger audience who may let themselves be lured by such pages and chaptersDr Jacues COULARDEAU I m not sure on the rating of this one It was chaptersDr Jacues COULARDEAU I m not sure on the rating of this one It was real drag for me to get through but I think that was due to what lse was going on in my life at the time I do feel like she should have given the relevance of the signs in the first or second chapter instead of speaking about it in the last half of the book It would have helped the book overall to understand a lot of what she was saying All Quiet on the Western Front early on That being said the ideas and theories that she presents boggle the mind Or at least mine As uneducated in the whole ancient man time as I was I just had pop culture to go by but what she sets out shows the ancient man as just as good at thinking in different ways as we are It s fascinating to think about So I m not sure on the rating we ll sit it at 3 for now This is a goodxample of why I hate star ratings so much If you are História do Rei Transparente even5% interested in cave art this work will hook you from the very start She writes with such casual intellect almost like she s telling you about her research over coffee on a Tuesday By thend of the book I felt this weird sense of pride for this woman I don t ven know and the work she s done She s transcending colleagues in her field and isn t daunted by the incredible challenge her work actually represents I hope to see work from her in the future I have to admit I picked this book up under the Totally Unfounded Assumption That It unfounded assumption that it be about the Neolithic Vinca symbols For the uninitiated the Vinca culture is a society from the Balkans that flourished c 5700 4800 BCE which left behind mysterious symbols on their artefacts that could well be the world s first writing 5700 4800 BCE which left behind mysterious symbols on their artefacts that could well be the world s first writing a good two thousand or so years before the arliest xamples of Egyptian hieroglyphs or Sumerian cuneif. Spirals Your people know what they mean You also use them on tools and jewelry And then you vanish and with you their meaningsJoin renowned archaeologist Genevieve von Petzinger on an Indiana Jones worthy adventure from the open air rock art sites of northern Portugal to the dark depths of a remote cave in Spain that can only be reached by sliding face first through the mud Von Petzinger looks past the beautiful horses powerful bison graceful ibex and faceless humans in the ancient paintings Instead she’s obsessed with the abstract geometric images that accompany them the terse symbols that appear often .



OrmBut in actual fact Von Petzinger goes way beyond this to the Upper Palaeolithic c 50000 10000 BCE xamining the mass of material from Europe s Ice Age caves rock art and incised portable objects specifically the mysterious geometric signs This is far beyond what I would have In His Blood expected and it s fair to say it s a challenge and then some considering the languages are lostven Proto Indo European takes us back only as far as 4500 BCE So the big uestion is it a writing system Well no After tireless cataloguing and data analysis Von Petzinger clearly states that we are not yet at a writing system with these signs For starters the limited number of signs and the relative lack of complex combinations couldn t possibly render all the permutations of a spoken language More likely the symbols communicate limited concepts to the group that created them but do not represent languageThat disappointment out of the way I m impressed with Von Petzinger s work Not only is the book clearly and informatively written but her uality as a researcher shows It s considered the mark of a good and rigorous piece of academia to xamine acknowledge and deconstruct alternative hypotheses This allows the reader to make up their mind independently consult other interpretations and weigh the arguments for why this hypothesis may be accurate than others Personally I think Von Petzinger makes a good case for why the symbols should not be interpreted as ither ntoptic shamanic art or binary malefemale symbolism The former simply isn t supported by the forms and instances of the signs which rarely align with known ntoptic imagery and the latter proposition seems to rely far too heavily on late 20th century interpretative bias with no Exposed (Annika Bengtzon, evidence to confirm that the art is divided in this way at allVon Petzinger also gains big points at least in my book for siding with palaeogeneticist Stephen Oppenheimer and arguing against the creativexplosion The creative Ooko explosion is the idea by some academics that the wondrous cave art in Europe from c 50000 BCE onwards must have come about by some change in our brains society or other development they use this notion toxplain the impressive artwork and the apparent lack of such striking art before that date and Naked elsewhere in the world Personally I ve always seriously doubted thexistence of a creative Shadow Scale (Seraphina, explosion since anatomically we are the same as the Homo sapiens thatvolved in Africa c 200000 BCE and so little Claim The Crown exploration andxcavation has been done in other Stone Age sites compared to Europe that it seems Nerds eminently plausible to suggest that such discoveries are still forthcoming Oppenheimer s Out of Eden notes that the creativexplosion hypothesis makes no sense genetically because a gene switching on is not a prereuisite to our creative In the Shadow of the Crown (Queens of England, expression and the proposition would rely on such genes somehow spreading back into Africa and across the rest of the world in order for anyonelse to be capable of such Bark extraordinary artistic outpourings which of course is absurd and not the case at all Von Petzinger directlyxamines some of the sites outside Europe and dating to On Such a Full Sea earlier than 50000 BCE to demonstrate convincingly that people had a well developed sense of symbolic thought and creativexpression long before Homo sapiens Hello, Hippo! Goodbye, Bird! ever reached EuropeI would recommend this book to both beginners and academics alike It s of genuine interest to me as the first collective analysis attempted of these signs and thus brings something distinctly new and worthwhile to the field whilst Von Petzinger s writing style is accessible and she clearlyxplains to beginners how the scientific techniues used work I would therefore deem it suitable for both8 out of 10 Review title Over promised under deliveredA better subtitle for this book might be Unlocking the mysteries of how subtitles mislead and why It s not that Von Petzinger has written poorly but she was unable to deliver on the unrealistic and untrue promise of the subtitle I certainly picked up the book from my library s new book shelf based on the promise of the mystery solved and was underwhelmed by the reality of the undelivered promise So context The first signs are geometric symbols that are often part of Ice Age 10000 years ago cave art wall paintings which are better known for representations of large mammals mammoths bison horses deer and hand prints in red and black paint Von Petzinger was intrigued by the symbols and wondered if they were common across the hundreds 350 known in Europe and still being found of these sites and if patterns of usage Cannibal emerged that might reveal meaning So she scoured the literature and conducted her ownxplorations to create a database of the types of symbols and their locations Mastered (The Enforcers, eventually identifying 32 symbols like cruciforms crosses dots lines ovals triangles and zigzags that appeared in multiple places Von Petzinger spends the larger part of her book describing her intellectual and geographic journey to this point and it is an interesting tale but in the back of my mind I m waiting for mysteries to be unlocked What do these symbols mean Are they language When she finally arrives at the point of that discussion over half way through the book I learned what I had alreadyxpected the mystery would not be solved not because Von Petzinger wasn t a good writer or for lack of knowledge or research Far from it What she has done is start to gather the data and ask the right uestions which in itself is an interesting journey but a subtitle that reads gathering the data and asking the right uestions isn t likely to make any book fly off the shelves no matter how well written Knowing that authors often have no control over their book titles as published I have to wonder if Von Petzinger argued for a different subtitle She certainly doesn t write like a sensationalist popular nonfiction writer like an Man, Son of Man earnest teacherager to show her class the journey to the knowledge she is revealing so the class can really grasp the subject and want to learn She never oversells her findings and theories in fact backs away from some potential inferences because the data can t prove them unlike some science writers might do for a good subtitle So I wouldn t recommend readers to stay away from The First signs but rather to read it focused on the journey to and through the data and the theories that Von Petzinger is formulating to organize it Read The First signs then look for the followup hopefully in a few short years after she is able to gather data refine her theories and have confidence that the data nables them to really unlock the mysteries I ve been fascinated with cave art since I was about 11 or 12 years old I blame Children s Digest I don t know who started my subscription to that periodical but it started uite an assortment of interests which I still read about whenever possible I distinctly remember a story about a young girl who fell in a hole in Spain and accidentally discovered the Altimira cave system with its profusion of cave paintingsSo imagine my frenzied fangirl suee ing when I discovered that one of the leading researchers into the meaning of the abstract geometrical cave paintings ngravings is a woman and a Canadian Colour me impressed And she s young There Will Be To Come will be to come this researcherStudying the symbols in cave art seems to be a field whose time has come This book is partially a travelogue detailing many of the caves that the author has xplored and the symbols recorded Now that computers are up to the task of keeping track of age place and position of ach symbol patterns can be discerned and intriguing theories can be concocted The author is careful to tell us that she hasn t translated these signs yet but progress is being made I think it is incredible that there are only 32 basic signs used and that they show pattern and purpose One of her most interesting theories is that this vocabulary of symbols came with the first humans to Europe and wasn t invented on the spot Researchers must turn their yes back to Africa to see if the beginnings of this tradition can be sussed out Also of note although disappointing to me personally is that these symbols are probably not ntoptic phenomena visual Unseen City effects that have their genesis in theye with no outside stimulation I ve seen Art entopticffects during visual migraines and they are frightening
Until You Realize What They 
you realize what they They are flashing arrows zigzags circles Xs God Is in the Crowd etc that for me anyway were produced when my neck muscles clenched so tightly that input to the optic nerve was cut off Not only did I think I was going blind but I was seeing neon flashing symbols Anarlier theory had postulated that cave artists were merely transcribing their own Attracting Songbirds to Your Backyard entoptic symbols fromither the sensory deprivation of long dark cave meditations or from drug induced trances The statistics just don t support this interpretation however as the symbols aren t The Matriarchs (The Family evenly spread Unless these cave artists just ignored some symbols they should all be representedA verynjoyable read clearly written and accessible to those of us who haven t been keeping up with the research in the field Now than Notes for the Everlost ever seeing some original cave art is on my bucket list. Han any other kinds of figures signs that have never really been studied orxplained until nowPart travel journal part popular science part personal narrative von Petzinger’s groundbreaking book starts to crack the code on the first form of graphic communication It’s in her blood as this talented scientist’s grandmother served as a code breaker at Bletchley Discernible patterns When I Moan (Vassi and Seri 1: Russian Stepbrother Romance) emerge that point to abstract thought andxpression and for the first time we can begin to understand the changes that might have been happening inside the minds of our Ice Age ancestors offering a glimpse of when they became. Cloak and dagger history approachable read voluminous data and information but no new or conclusive declarations Good primer This is an No Biggy! extremely important book about how humans developed in our far distant past Told in anngaging yet authoritative way it probably is the most thought p This was an absolutely fascinating read about our ancient human ancestors and the mysteries they left behind on the walls of caves After showing Petzinger s Ted Talk to my Humanities students last fall I ordered this from but somehow never got around to reading it until now Yesterday after showing the Ted Talk to my Summer students I walked straight to my bookcase picked it up and became completely immersed Petzinger s book chronicles her trek to Paleolithic cave art sites throughout Europe Although her uest is dedicated to Crush It! examining and cataloging 32 recurring symbols that remain undeciphered andnigmatic Petzinger does not bore us with dry academic language Instead her narrative reads as if she is taking her readers on a Sherlock Holmes style mission When she defines terms or Attracting Birds to Your Backyard explains processes she does so in such a way that it seems as if she is unwrapping a clue rather than delivering a professorial lecture a perfect approach for the anthropological laypeople in her audience Interestingly the narrative unfolds in such a way that as the suspense behind the symbols builds the audience knowledge base deepens This isntirely due to Petzinger s casual yet professional style As she approaches Deep Listening each site she provides a personal anecdote about the trip itself before launching into a vivid description of the surroundingnvironment which always includes some type of sensory details like the feel of the air or the colors of the landscape By interspersing the didactic with the visceral and the personal Petzinger keeps her readers riveted Ultimately Petzinger s passion is not only transmitted it is transferred The inexplicable Bird-by-Bird Gardening existence of these symbols across Europe pervades the narrative with such an intensity that deciphering their meaning will become an immediate unrelenting priority for anyone who opens the book and joins Petzinger on her journey FULL REVIEW WITH AMAZING JAW DROPPING HEART STOPPING GIFS HERE AT THE OLD BLOGGOHey hey cupcakes It s been a minute Blame that chubby little muthafucka Cupid whose golden arrow hath pierced my once frigid heart and set it ablaze with Love s undying flames Or whateverAhem MOVING ONSo as I ve mentioned cough whined about before my brain has got a severe case of the Love Struck Stupids band name write that down and my Goodreads challenge is taking a hit And you know my intellectual fortitude and general mental well beingBut fear not good comrades for I have stumbled upon a solution the good old NONFICTION BENEDICTION That s right it s back babiesTo the review mobile This week it s The First Signs Unlocking the Mysteries of the World s Oldest Symbols by Genevieve von PetzingerCover TalkOkay okay Come through nonfiction I see you Well done sonThe Summary HeistRead the damn blurb it s at the top of the page innitRobyn SaysSo I ve been making a consciousffort to begin cultivating a meaningful well rounded spiritually healthy life I can be proud of Fuck me that sounds like pretentious new age hipster bull shit doesn t itOk so I been tryna cross off the third item on Shaun s classic to do list I mean I m a grown up now innit Bout time So the room s been cleaned out of its adolescent fuckery the books have been somewhat weeded I got rid of most of my band t shirts Twitter and Tumblr the two greatest time suckers The Works of Saint Augustine ever known to man have been banished from my phone and I havembarked upon a nauseatingly clich d course of self improvement of my own design cribbed heavily from those terrible Unbuttoning the CEO (The Suits Undone eye roll worthy lifestyle gurus you can t avoid on instagram and youtube I know I m patheticSo my new morning routine is about as gag worthy as you d imagine be still for 3 minutes andmbrace the uiet of your newly awakened mind FUCK RIGHT OFF ROBYN YOU ABSOLUTE TURNIP but one thing I am kinda proud of is my resolution to learn actively learn I mean rather than the passive sort of serendipitous knowledge thievery I ve been doing since bolting out of Western with my MLIS and running hell for leather back to the 6ix home of my people and importantly somewhere that is not London asshole of the world OntarioTo make a long story My Teacher Is a Robot even fucking longer I ve been watching TED talksvery morning while I scarf down breakfast I know Supper Club everyone s gaga for the TED talks but I m finding that they re definitely a mixed bag for me I can t stand the self help ones The ones I do like are surprise surprise the ones in which a nerd gets to nerd out for 12pically nerdy minutes Watch it yourself right here see what kind of service you get on this blog smh i m amazingIT S AT THE BLOG WHY NOT GO TO THEREWHOA WHOA WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOA Amiright Just whoaMind understandably blown I did what any sane person would do and went to the library Okay it was 615 in the morning and I had to work so I actually went to the library s website and here my good people we have an xample of one of the classic arguments in favour of books because I was able with only a few clicks of the mouse to check out the digital Professional Capital edition of von Petzinger s book and start reading it less than 3 minutes after watching her TED talk Fucking amazing Yeah technology Yeah science Yeah nerds Yeah books YEAH LIBRARIES BITCHOh you wanna know about the actual book Ok jesus calm down keenerIt was fucking awesome It s amazing to actually read about something that is probably a huge a discovery as it s in the process of being discovered Von Petzinger basically stumbled into her field of research thanks to a fateful mixture of serendipity and curiosity andven though she s still conducting her research and her conclusions are constantly Seven Dwarfs Find a House (Disney Classic) evolving it s clear that she s onto something big The book basically discusses her attempt to catalogue the geometric signs of Ice Age Europe s cave art which have been pretty much uniformly ignored by previous scholars who preferred to focus their attention on the depictions of animals that dominate most sitesAnd sidenote if you wanna live your best life you should IMMEDIATELY watch the documentary by the one and only the king of glorious weirdness the great Werner Herzog himself Cave of Forgotten Dreams oh look I found it for you YOU RE WELCOMEGO TO THE BLOG GO TO THE BLOG GO TO THE BLOGBack to the suiggles Some reviewers seemed to be dissatisfied with the book because von Petzinger doesn t actually draw many conclusions from the data she s collected For me that wasn t a problem if anything I was relieved She s still deep in the process of collecting information Anything beyond very general hypotheses would be far too hasty Good science is slow science While von Petzinger does theorize that it seems likely the geometric signs found all across Ice Age Europe and Asia have a common origin and perhapsven common meanings she doesn t touch on what those meanings might be because it s impossible to Berlioz, Vol. 2 even guess at thisarly stageI really The Middle Sin (Cleo North enjoyed thexploration of The Mediterranean Millionaires Mistress early humans and language both verbal and nonverbal It made me want to dig out my old linguistics textbooks from undergrad Actually this whole book made me curious I want to keep learning not just about Ice Age cave art but aboutarly humans in general language development theories the first written languages the development of alphabetical writing systems and so much And isn t that the mark of not just a good nonfiction book but a great oneDude I love nerdsVerdictRead it Amazing Mind blowing Will cure you of the worst case of the Love Struck Stupids since the Trojan War when basically veryone was Love Struck and StupidBest lines God screw y all what I am your mama Go read the basically veryone was Love Struck and StupidBest lines God screw y all What I Am Your Mama Go Read I am your mama Go read book for yourselfFancasting couchBehold your theoretical Ice Age cave artistAGAIN PLEASE "VISIT THE BLOG TO VIEW THIS XXX RATED A1 UALITY CONTENT Listen I googled sexy caveman and this was the "THE BLOG TO VIEW THIS XXX RATED A1 UALITY CONTENT Listen I googled sexy caveman and this was the result Who am I a mere mortal to uestion the awesome and all knowing GoogleBook Boyfriend materialLeather speedo up there He s no broad shouldered ill tempered dragon slayer but he s really rocking that fur stoleRating9 out of 10 mysterious Ice Age suiggles that probably mean the aliens put us here you twenty first century knobs or maybe boobs we ll never knowROBYN S FINAL THOUGHTWerner Herzog voice Those abstract and chaotic signs inscribed on the walls of a man s heart are unknowable for in the cavernous darkness of the soul no light ver shines upon themSrsly tho it s writing right The most basic kind of pictographic communication yeah but still it s writing Awesome sauceOh heyyyyy Titus What s new furry babyI too find myself facing literary stagnation Get away from me Librarian and let me wallow in peaceAh Classic TUntil next time pop tarts and tarlets xo R THIS BOOK IS DANGEROUSLY LIMITEDGenevieve von Petzinger is young for sure and she has just finished her PhD but she is connected to National Geographic in their Paleoanthropology department which is supposed to be a good affiliation You will surely be interested in many of the information she gathered abou. One of the most significant works on our volutionary ancestry since Richard Leakey’s paradigm shattering Origins The First Signs is the first Million-Dollar Nanny everxploration of the little known geometric images that accompany most cave art around the world the first indications of symbolic meaning intelligence and languageImagine yourself as a caveman or woman The place Europe The time 25000 years ago the last Ice Age In reality you live in an open air tent or a bone hut But you also belong to a rich culture that creates art In and around your cave paintings are handprints and dots x’s and triangles parallel lines and.

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