India – cradle of civilization 

Article by P.Oleksenko


60 – 70 000 years ago, people went out from Hindustan to settle all over the world!!!! 

See the posting by our russian friend Prof. Alexander Koltypin

“It was concluded that the center point of dispersion, from which came the people who made ancient settlements all around the world, was Hindustan. Streams of people rushed out of Hindustan into the Near East, Europe, Southeast Asia, Oceania and Australia 70-60 thousand years ago.

Prior to this, 80-70 thousand years ago in India and Southeast Asia came the ancestors of the Hindustani people (or, as it can be argued, the present humanity), but where they came from is not clear.

P.Oleksenko is taking seriously the hypothesis that the ancestors of modern people could have come to the peninsula of Hindustan from the mythical continent of Lemuria, which disappeared after the eruption of Toba.”
http://www.earthbeforeflood.com/p_oleksenlo_india_-_cradle_of_humanity_or_transit_point_in_development_of_civilizations_preface_a_koltypin.html

Other materials on Lemuria – in Russian. But they can be viewed with the help of a translator

http://www.dopotopa.com/atlantida_giperborea_lemuria_mu_-_kontinenty_davno_izvestnye_geologam.html

http://www.dopotopa.com/most_ramy_-_artefakt_drevnosti.html

http://www.dopotopa.com/n_rerih_lemuria.html

As a bonus I suggest to see the text in English

http://www.earthbeforeflood.com/most_important_catastrophe_in_history_of_earth_during_which_mankind_appeared_when_it_happened.html

http://www.earthbeforeflood.com/history_of_mankind_began_tens_millions_years_ago_comparison_of_legends_with_geological_data_testifies_it.html

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