Our Progenitor

/prōˈjenədər/

noun | a person or thing from which a person, animal, or plant is descended or originates; an ancestor or parent.

 

Some scientists agree that our early ancestors - Homo Erectus - first appeared in Africa 1-2 million years ago. They spread throughout the world, eventually evolving into ancient humans. The Out-of-Africa theory believes that modern humans evolved in Africa and gradually replaced all ancient humans roughly 30,000 years ago. Homo Sapiens were the only humans left on the planet.

Our ancestors continue to reemerge into the new world, deceased fauna surrounding them as they absorb new energy left behind. 

 

Now, I invite you to envision yourself as the next progenitor of this world, as you soon will be.

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