Friday, 18 November 2016

(110) Homo naledi as inbreeding culture

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Homo erectus (2 mya; 900cc):






If you were a Homo erectus (2 mya; 900cc) would you like to mate with Lucy Afarensis (3.2 mya; 400cc)? 





Well you know, she was quite charming with ocher paint and some flowers in her hair:





Maybe some difference in length but definitely very attractive:






The mix of Homo erectus and Australopithecus

But seriously, we imagine the merge of Homo erectus with Australopithecus. Until now Berger et al. found 15 skeletons as a cross section from a remarkable identical species. Then we immediately think of an inbreeding culture, since there is no variation in this population.





Maybe they will find a lot more skeletons, let's say 60 in total. Set the graveyard was functioning for a period of 15 years with an average lifetime of Homo naledi of 30 years, then half the population would have died in this period. Then this must have been a reasonably big tribe of 120 individuals. More likely it had more members and more graveyards. 

Remember, Homo naledi (2.3 (?) mya; 500cc) was already far evolved. They were not like Australopithecines (7 mya; 400cc) anymore, which climbed out of the trees and started roaming through the savannas in little groups of 8 to 25 individuals.

We definitely know Homo naledi must have lived for a rather long period near the Rising Star Cave for shelter in case of danger and for burying their dead. They did not live in the cave. The cave was a holy place. That's why they kept it clean. Also intruders must not see Homo naledi had been in the cave. Notice, explicitly they chose for a cave with a rather inaccessible entrance. But they were beginners and later must have chosen caves without any visible entrance, which we will only find with 3D-radar.

Staying for longer time and burying their dead in a cave is culturally already very advanced. Also that's why the group must have had a reasonable number. So 120 members is a good bet to begin with, but likely it were several hundreds to prevent autosomal recessive diseases.


The merge of species

We started joking but seriously there were not two species interbreeding at that time. Homo naledi was an already well-balanced population from previous mixing of different peoples. Also they must have exchanged juvenile females with other 'Homo naledi' cultures in the surroundings so as not to die out.

If a tribe of Homo erectus had captured Australopithecus females on a regular basis, it was for slavery and they would have killed their offspring with horror. They would never bury hybrids in their holy graveyards.

The other way around with Australopithecus tribes chasing Homo erectus females is highly unlikely in all respects.

This means Homo naledi was a genetically well-balanced tribe and furthermore it was an inbred population from an inbreeding culture, since no genetic variation has been seen sofar.

We know with 'genetic immortality in descendants' it does not matter to be torn apart by predators or eaten by worms and insects, since the genetic formula has already passed onto the offspring:





But when human like creatures came onto the idea of 'reborn individuals' they were very scared to be torn apart by predators or not be buried safely in inaccessible places:





That's why we are pertinently sure Homo naledi already had a sophisticated religious culture and thought about the afterlife. Homo naledi possibly must be seen as a turning point in the development of Hominin religion:





In concluding, Homo naledi was on the brink of leaving 'genetic immortality in descendants' in which individuals died, and already switched to 'reborn individuals without soul' with restructured former bodies, in which individuals would be born again. This is an amazing mental breakthrough, though they did not yet invent the 'soul', what would have come down to reincarnation.

We know, perpetual orgasm in this lifetime (pedophilia) was the reward of inbreeding cultures for the participation of males based on 'genetic immortality in descendants':












That also we expect to have happened with Homo naledi:




Later with reincarnation into the (earthly) universe (Homo erectus (2 mya; 900cc), tribes started to produce inbred bodies for ancestors to reincarnate. That is what we still know as incestual marriages in Islamic culture with nieces and cousins:







So remember the Homo naledi society was still reasonable civilized compared with nowadays Islamic culture, since ancestors were reborn with their own body. They simply could not be reborn as a hybrid offspring of their mother (Eve) with a male (the Serpent) of another tribe.

But from the era of reincarnation ancestors only possessed a soul and had to wait for available bodies in their own tribe. Then it became critical to produce sufficient inbred bodies (honor killings) and not to reincarnate into hybrids (adultery). This because if the ancestor died again - but now as a hybrid - he would never be accepted for reincarnation into his former tribe again. Then he could reincarnate nowhere and was definitely lost in the universe.

Also the reborn culture of Homo naledi likely raped sexually immature daughters:





Tuesday, Oct 11th 2016

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3832242/Muslim-father-rapes-daughter-Norway-punishment-Westernised.html

Muslim father rapes his daughter as punishment because she had become 'too Westernised' living in Norway 





And perpetual orgasm would be prolonged into the second life. With Homo naledi we speak of the first Paradise culture:




Notice after inventing reincarnation a lot of tribes went over from endogamous (genetic monoculture) to exogamous cultures (genetic diversity).


We expect also Homo naledi practiced child marriages:





In concluding, Homo naledi had to make the choice from endogamous to exogamous culture. In the end it could have evolved into 'modern Voodoo':

















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