Saharasia: The 4000 BCE Origins of Child Abuse, Sex-repression, Warfare and Social Violence in the Deserts of the Old World : the Revolutionary Discovery of a Geographic Basis to Human Behavior

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Orgone Biophysical Research Lab, 1998 - Arid regions - 454 pages
Ancient humans were peaceful - modern violence is avoidable. That's the basic message contained in Saharasia, a controversial marriage of heresies over 10 years in the making. Perhaps the most ambitious and systematic scientific evaluations of human behavior and history ever undertaken, with hundreds of maps and illustrations, reviewing conditions in over 1000 cultures world-wide. Saharasia presents the first world geographical review of standard cross-cultural, anthropological, archaeological and historical findings, a survey of human family life and social institutions, tracing social violence back in time to specific times and places of first-origin. Starting in the 1980s, author DeMeo identified the Saharasian Desert Belt as the most violent large territory on Earth, today recognized as homeland of the modern Islamic terror brigades. If you really want to know the why of the current Islamofascist march-to-war, this book will provide answers.

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