Cro-Magnon 1, discovered in France. Dated to be about 30,000 years old, and was found as a solo skull. This was the first evidence of evolved man... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cro-Magnon_1 Until we found... The Grimialdi Man, in Italy. Dated to be between 28,000 and 38,000 years old, a full male and female skeleton, with plants and stuff from their time around them. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grimaldi_Man So, Caucasian and Negroid (not a racist term, it's a scientific term) Cro-Magnons have been discovered and dated to be around 30,000 years old. BUT, somehow Caucasians did not continue with this development, as is evident when looking at fossil records from 10,000 BC. 20,000 years after the evolution of the Cro-Magnon man, Caucasian Neanderthals were still present. Now, let's skip fossils for a few thousand years, and get to human record. 3,000 BC AKA 5,000 years ago. The civilization in Egypt at Gaza is booming. Africa is the center of civilization. The Asian region, and Aryan region were developing, but Egypt had columns, chariots, language, literature, structured politics, etc. So 3,000 BC we see written, spoken and intelligent language... But Greece does not pick up on any of this until around 900 BC (Which, if the Grimaldi man is evidence of anything, the White tribes stole Europe from Black tribes) Look at the Egyptian religion, and gods. There is not a SINGLE mention of war. They do not speak of any honorable soldiers, or heros that took land from other nations. There is not even a war god... Then came the white man. Then came Alexander the Great, and Rome. Alexander was not a bad man, but he did start the Hellenistic era. This had good and bad effects. Good, because it spread arts through the Eastern world, which allowed for the building of statues and other things that we can look at today to learn from. But bad, because it opened up the mostly peaceful Eastern world to the mostly violent western world, which ended in it eventually being conquered. Rome was homosexual (Women were trained on the island of "Lesbos", hence the name "Lesbian"), and pedophiliac. Gymnasiums were places where young men were educated and molested, and December 25th was known as "Saturnalia", a holiday where men had sex with each other (and did other strange things, like slaves being the master for a day and vice versa) and beat their wives. And saviors were crucified by the roman government FAR before Jesus. Spartacus, leader of the great slave revolution in Rome would have been crucified if captured, as 6,000 of his men were crucified for revolting. Hannibal, you may have heard mention of him. I won't get into too much detail here, but he was from Carthage (AKA Africa) and was a great hero against Rome. His father had fought in battles against Rome's advances, and had written plans to conquer Rome. So when he died, Hannibal took up his place and plans, he was called into the military by a family member, and he launched a campaign against Rome. Then conquered most of Europe before getting there, crossed the alps with 37 elephants (with only 1 survivor) losing 1/3 of his men. Then did battle with armies that usually about 1.5x the size of his using ambush tactics. His most successful battle was against an army 2x the size of his, and the victory gave him control of Rome for 15 years. The Roman Senate still existed, but only because he did not actually go to Rome to destroy it, he simply planted seeds for revolution. If you want to read more about him: http://www.hipforums.com/newforums/showthread.php?t=475770&f=244 Hebrews were being persecuted around this time (most likely because of the violence of their ancestors), and around 200 years AFTER Hannibal, Jesus was born (Hannibal was also alive around the time of the Rosetta stone's creation). There were actually many candidates for "messiah" during the time of Jesus, John the Baptist was actually more popular at the time, and when Jesus got baptized by him, it was more of a political move. The messiah was supposed to lead the Hebrew people back to their homeland of Israel, and conquer any who lived there. Jesus did no such thing. 30 years after Jesus' death, the Bible begins being written. This marks 1 AD (which is the beginning of our time period, ex: 2013 AD). I'll stop here and continue later. If you want to add anything I skipped, PLEASE DO.