The history of humanity is much longer than what historians teach.
We know that the Earth is about four and a half billion years old and that after “barely” half a billion years, the first molecules began to duplicate, starting the process that today we call life. The appearance of homo sapiens is still dated with great inaccuracy and, depending on the theories, can range from 130,000 to 300,000 years ago. The transition from prehistory to history, which as everyone knows coincides with the invention of writing, takes place in the fourth millennium BC, between five thousand and six thousand years ago.
This is what historiography tells us, but today we start discovering that the history of humanity on our planet began much earlier, and that our origin is maybe connected to species coming from distant worlds. The theories that speak of this are innumerable and, although they are not yet supported by scientific evidence, they follow a logic consistent with many ancient myths.

Infinite mysteries

Falco Tarassaco himself has dedicated his life to drawing a new vision of the history of humanity. He says that the Earth, about two million years ago, began to receive visitors from distant stellar empires, who had discovered that the planet could be an important strategic point. The Earth was already inhabited by lesser evolved human races, and from the union between them and the stellar visitors, some civilizations developed that today we consider mythical. We think specifically about Atlantis, that may be the base of the humanity that we know today.
In fact, archeology has many mysteries that are still unresolved and often raises more questions than provides answers. The great monuments of the past, like some artifacts found at different points on the planet, stand there to witness that many, many things have yet to be understood.

The question that arises is: why are so few explicit signs of a past that must have been very rich and technologically advanced? How is it possible that the Poem of Gilgamesh has come to this day, to give an example, handed down from the Sumerian world on very delicate clay tablets, and there are no such technologically advanced testimonies about Lemuria or Atlantis itself? According to many researchers, the great powers of the past destroyed each other and this would explain why there is almost nothing left, but this does not explain why their memory is so confused and distant.

Like us as children

However, everything finds a spiritual explanation if we think of our memories as children. Let us ask ourselves what we remember of our childhood, of the first days after birth. Perhaps we retain some confused sensation, a color, some impressions but nothing more. Yet our childhood has existed and we would not be here today without it. In all likelihood, the ancient history of humanity fulfills the same function representing our collective childhood and for this reason is protected by an aura of mystery that perhaps we will never overcome, as if it could not have been imprinted in the young memory of the human species because we were not yet ready to contain all the experiences.

And so the research in the field of hidden history reveals a double value: on one hand, it can help the collective conscience to reconstruct the threads of the past that unites us all, as the history of the ancestors unites all the members of the same people. On the other hand, it can inspire each of us in the search for our own, hidden history.
Wouldn’t you like to know something more about yourself, about the life of your distant past, when your memory still wasn’t prepared to contain your gestures and your emotions? After all, each of us is like an ancient civilization that has developed in a past of which we have few traces but that still guides us today. Are there more mysteries in the lost ancient civilizations or in our childhood? Who knows that by searching in one direction, one cannot make discoveries in another.

Stembecco Pesco