The Origins of the Primal Culture | The Solar Bird God Cult
In my last video I looked at the ancient Jiroft civilisation of Iran, a site that was only uncovered 20 years ago after river flooding eroded an ancient cemetery, exposing hundreds of incredible ancient relics.
I noted the stylistic similarities between the artefacts of Jiroft and Mesopotamia and then also the potential cultural links to Egypt. Common symbolism of scorpions, bulls as well as the association between solar birds of prey and snakes seems to indicate a common primal origin for the cultures mentioned.
These cultural and religion icons, as well as the solar bird death and rebirth myths, the great flood, the overall belief systems, the style of artwork and pottery and stone working practices could well have spread throughout the ancient world from one source, originating with the first Neolithic Society after the Younger Dryas, a source I call the Primal Culture.
In this video, I take a look east to Mehrgarh in Pakistan, the original settlement that gave birth to the Indus Valley Civilisation, to trace the Solar Bird God even further from the Near and Middle East. But did the Solar Bird God/Goddess Cult enter the region, it did it originate there?
Watch this video to learn more about the origins of some of the most successful and powerful civilisations of the ancient world and how they all could be descendants of this lost primal culture.
All images are taken from Google Images for educational purposes only.