Over 40 years Dr. Enzmann collected ancient and prehistoric images and compiled timelines. He wrote translations of the stories stone-age inscriptions tell. His Pillars Timeline was to be his magnum opus – the combining of every known timeline. This would both fill in and purge the records of history that exist separately. Our Chronology Blog and the quarterly research journal ENDEAVOR are where FREA publishes Enzmann’s history records as we find them. Here are a few examples of the kind of articles in our m
In Trapunto, Dr. Enzmann translates an inscribed stone record including geographic and calendric information from 12,500 BC, during the Pre-Indo-European Bölling era. He explains that homo sapiens were surviving through an ice age at the time, and contrary to popular belief, they had insulated homes with heat, light from lamps, and the ability to cook. Trading markets were being developed and tribes traveled annually to attend market rendezvous with their specialty goods. With the help of Enzmann, these amazing, inscribed stones explain how, when, and where these excursions took place.
In Proto History of Astronomy, Dr. Enzmann provides specific astronomic timeline events during circa dates spanning from 450,000 BC when Terra Amata was being built and the local Bilzingsleben was established to the Atlantic era in 2300 BC when the Dogon Astronomers developed and the Kurgan II and Kurgan III Little Ice Ages impelled migrations.
Mammoth Hunting Map shows an example of a map from 12,500 BC tracking Mammoth herds for hunting. This was an annual event that was meticulously planned and prepared for. Enzmann translates an inscribed stone telling a story of a young mammoth mother dying in defense of her baby, who is then captured by a tribe. This is human drama at its best, preserved in the pictorial language of the Magdalenian culture.
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