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Search for the Heart of the Bison – Thinkers/Watchers

The great History Man of the Alliance between Earth People and Sun People, Sotif, initiated the practice of breeding Neandertals for special purposes in 3270 BCE at the end of the Great War. The war and Sotif’s history are presented in Spirit Fire – Neandertals Book Two. Sotif used information that Sun People had developed so they could breed specialized domestic animals, such as dogs. He envisioned four kinds of Neandertals: The Ancients (original Neandertals), the Gatherers (as discussed in last week’s post), the Thinkers (Neandertals who would be bred to invent advanced tools and ideas), and the Watchers (Neandertals who would look like Cro-Magnons and be able to live among them as spies).

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Search for the Heart of the Bison – Gatherers

The Gatherers (commonly called, Bigfoot, sasquatch, or abominable snowmen) are introduced in my novel, Search for the Heart of the Bison, the third in my Neandertal series. The Gatherers are NOT the result of random evolution, but were created intentionally through specialized breeding of Neandertals in much the same way as the many breeds of dogs were created from wolves. The program was started around 3270 BCE by a man named Sotif. His story and the beginning of his breeding program are detailed in my book Spirit Fire, the second book of the Neandertal series. Gatherers were created to be great hunters who could forage for food and other resources for a civilization living in caves across a crescent from Lake Baikal in Russia to the Pacific Northwest. For centuries they were the main providers of food and other resources from the outside world as the civilization in the caves grew. By the early 1900s this civilization had connected itself through a maze of underground tunnels designed by other Neanderthals, called Thinkers, who were specially bred to be scientists. The underground tunnels and population centers were constructed of strong flexible material created by the Thinkers called dy-emeralite.

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