60,000 BC – Homo Sapiens (Neanderthals) appear, probably in the last interglacial period. Used flint tools. Skeletal evidence throughout Europe, Asia and Africa. Massive brows. Bear cults. Stood upright; brain same size as Humans.
60-50,000 BC – Modern man, Earliest Homo Sapiens Sapiens, (Humans) appear in the last interglacial period with mammoth, woolly rhino, bear, bison, and reindeer. Live in caves. The sea is at its lowest levels, 100 meters below the present shorelines. Boats may have been invented in this time.
(MYTHS) 56,050 B.C.: 7,000 years before the first passing of the Comet (Belstar I), the Titans arrive from the star systems of Aldebaran and build their domed cities on Earth’s single continent Pan. They find the Asu (Neanderthals) on Pan.
(MYTHS) 49,000 B.C.: DEUCALION’S FLOOD, also referred to as the Great Deluge and Belstar. First passing of the Comet (Belstar I). Earth is drawn five days farther from the sun. There is total devastation as Pan splits into several continents. Mountains explode, rivers of fire flow, oceans are pulled from their beds, and water covers most of the land, and ice flows begin to form. A few Royal Pleiads and their Titan Lords survive and are totally dependent upon the Giants and Lesser Humans who survive with them. Thessaly, called the Midland, rises as an important state and Europa's people live there on Mount Helicon for many years until dissension between them and Deucalion’s people brings censure from Athena. Athena expels them, along with Poseidon, to the Ortygian islands in the Western Sea, where they worship Poseidon and begin again.