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Zakaria Bziker

Zakaria Bziker is a Ph.D. student at Ibn-Tofail University (Kenitra, Morocco). He obtained his bachelor degree in general linguistics and his master degree in education (TEFL). He is currently preparing his dissertation on intercultural communication and working for the Center for Cross Cultural Learning in Rabat as a program assistant.

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Painting of the many skeletons found at Mohenjo Daro (Pakistan), an exceptional ancient metropolis reduced to ruins for reasons unknown.

The Ancient Civilizations that Came Before: Building on the Ruins of the Ancestors – Part 2

Read: Self-Eradication, Or Natural Cataclysm? – Part I The literature of Egyptology is extensive. It is, however, drowned in the – isms : skepticism, relativism, materialism, presentism,...
John Martin's The End of the World, which depicts the "destruction of Babylon and the material world by natural cataclysm”. (Public Domain)

The Ancient Civilizations that Came Before: Self-Eradication, Or Natural Cataclysm? – Part I

Humanity has grown so old that it has forgotten its infancy, and the origin of man is shrouded in mystery. Conventional wisdom states that humanity was primitive in the past and then things started...