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Open Eyes 102 05-04-15 End Time Visions and Soul Mates with Maggie Heart and Chris Perry

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Maggie Heart and Chris Perry join me for a special episode, where we discuss the shared Visions of the End, twin flames, soul mates, love, loss and MUCH more.


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Armed with old bones and new DNA sequencing technology, scientists are getting a much better understanding of the prehistory of the human species, writes Matt Ridley….
In a study published late last year in the journal Nature, Johannes Krause of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, Germany, and his colleagues found that all human strains of tuberculosis share a common ancestor in Africa about 6,000 years ago. The implication is that this is when and where human beings first picked up TB. It is much later than other scientists had thought, but Dr. Krause’s finding only deepened the mystery of the Peruvian mummies, since by then, their ancestors had long since left Africa.
Modern DNA cannot help with this problem, but reading the DNA of the tuberculosis bacteria in the mummies allowed Dr. Krause to suggest an extraordinary explanation…

 The six k dating is almost rediculous, since TB has been endemic in north American bovids, bison, and big horn sheep, but oddly not prohorn antelopes , for at least 25k years.

Signs of tb have been found in fossils from all over Na.

I pondered the question , just on the anthropological aspects, the nitty gritty of genetics is to much like work so I leave that for others.

So what I noticed is ,like you illustrated, the piniped strain was down stream of both Peruvian human and Na bovid strains

The question I asked myself is how can a disease that is found in such disparate animals as seal and big horn sheep, who’s habitats never coincide, be related?

The one thing they have in common is human hunters. I know that in many hunter gatherer societies, great reverence is placed upon the prey. If the hunter is lucky enough to catch the last breaths of the prey they can be used to catch or transport the spirit of the prey. I belive that is how it was spread from humans to bovids and pinnepeds or visa versa.

Since TB is endemic in the new world by 25 k years ago it supports a very early human entry to the new world.


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