© Lori Lappin, the Witch of WITCHCRAFTS ARTISAN ALCHEMY®

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These 32 cave art symbols from paleolithic Europe are very old. Many of these symbols may date back to the time of the IJK (R haplogroups descend from K) Y-DNA superhaplogroup. Many of the cave art symbols (these specifically dating to 35,000-40,000 years ago according to archeological scientists) are similar in form not only to Northern European paleo-runes, but I've also found matching paleo-Phoenician (my U5b genetic motherline has also been found among ancient Phoenicians), paleo-Hebrew and paleo-Greek letters among them. I've also found 1 Hebrew trope symbol. This makes me think that these symbols may date back 50,000 to 55,000 years ago, to a common ancestral population shared by all of these groups. During this 50,000-55,000 years ago period of time, this common ancestral population is believed to have inhabited the North Iranian Plateau to the Anatolia/Balkans/Danube areas. These are very early Europid Cro-Magnon symbols. Taking all of this together, I think that the evidence soundly suggests that these 32 cave art symbols, as a form of graphical communication, are sourced in the very earliest populations of Europid Cro-Magnon humans.

Hagall and Ing- Runes of Paleolithic Old Europe