The Long Journey: 400,000 years of Stone Age Science


Few books start with the intent to rewrite human history. This book succeeds. The breakthroughs introduced within this book now proves the existence of an archaic worldwide language, helps decode the 14,000 year old geometric patterns of Lascaux cave, produces a new explanation for the layout of the Great Pyramids; establishes an ancient Stone Age link between Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and North and South America; rewrites our understanding of Stonehenge; and it recovers a long lost ancient map that subtly and quietly influences our modern world. It does all this, and more, by rethinking what we knew about the past. Now it’s time to admit our ancestors were really smart.


I just went to Amazon to find out the price for 400,000 Years of Stone Age Science: The Long Journey, only to find that the book is out of print and costs thousands of dollars to buy. It would be a kindness if your book reviewers would make sure that the books reviewed are accessible to the non-millionaires in the group. Too bad. Looked as if it would be interesting, but I guess I'll never know.

I have to agree. I came to make a similar comment. I don’t buy a lot of books, but this one looked interesting. Only to find it’s out of print and unavailable to me.


ha, just tidbits to allow us to follow our own ideas of research and enlightenment. sci-fi to think the computer robots are cranking out new books overnight discontinuing the writer cartels and official reviews, allowing amazon more shipping to a local trash-bin in university literature lecture hall.