The aesthetics and importance of music in the history of the formation of man, society and the world.
Musical aesthetics exists more than the culture of music as an independent art form. Musical aesthetics was similar to labor, appropriation, submission of the unknown. It carried such functions as organization and augmentation of energy, spiritual forces vital to society. There is no need to talk about aesthetic pleasure at this stage of development. Music and other forms of art in prehistoric times were considered useful in terms of their magical properties, combining the illusory with the real.
Music shaped the nature of man, his abstract thinking, developed sensuality. Thus, music through influencing the essence of man and society influenced the world around him.
Man, dancing and playing music, imitated, controlled natural phenomena, for example, trying to tame the scorching sun to save plants and animals. Man believed that music and singing are instruments with which he can subjugate the forces of nature and the other world. In parallel with this performance, there was confidence that spirits live in musical instruments and music has tremendous inexplicable power. Interestingly, these two representations are both opposite and similar at the same time.
Further, in the process of understanding the phenomenon of sounding, a person learned to distinguish between various musical forms. Society was divided into genera with the assignment of its own sound sign (Greek Dorian, Ionian and other modes are associated with childbirth). Music in the course of history
How old is humanity?
Genetics claim that in the history of mankind there were so-called periods of renewal, i.e. the time when the human gene pool began to change dramatically and strongly. This could be facilitated by a situation where, in order to survive as such, it was necessary to quickly adapt to the new conditions of the surrounding reality and, accordingly, this happened in a framework that was limited in all respects.
What could have caused such changes in the world? Natural disasters, large-scale earthquakes, icing and floods could not only cause people to migrate, but also cause such a drastic and significant climate change that would lead to their mass death. Another option is the achievement by those civilizations of a level comparable to today’s and the use of nuclear weapons. As a result of what was a nuclear winter, almost all died and a small number of survivors seemed to begin development from scratch. This cycle of events could occur more than once. In any case, scientists have found that the renewal of human genes occurred 75 and 30 thousand years ago.
The same question comes up again. What happened in the period of 10-30 thousand years ago?
What is known about the flooding of pre-existing continents and the emergence of modern ones?
There are very interesting publications telling about the origin of the peoples living on the planet in our time.
According to these publications, at some point in prehistoric times, only 2 races lived on Earth – yellow and black. Territories not occupied by the ocean and the climate were completely different then. These races occupied one – land in latitudes around the island of Madagascar, the other lived where the Indian peninsula is now.
The land was still in the region of Eastern Europe, but there was a tropical climate and various terrible creatures and dinosaurs inhabited, there was also a continent where there is now the north pole, Greenland and northern Canada. There was a liveable climate, such as now in the central part of our country. It was there that white people appeared and lived for a long time.
According to legend, they arrived from a small star that can be seen next to the second star of the handle of the Big Dipper bucket. Of these, later came the ancient Scythians, who are also associated as horsemen.
Further, as a result of the destruction of one of the planets of the solar system, catastrophic changes occurred, the Earth’s axis shifted, ocean waters flooded a significant part of the land and other parts of the earth’s surface, those that are continents now, have risen. Survivors settled in new lands.
The climate, accordingly, has also undergone significant changes. The territories occupied by white people became unsuitable for life and they crossed the Ural Mountains to the southern foothills, went down the Ural River to the Caspian Sea and further settled the territories of the Black Sea region, the North Caucasus, open spaces near the Don and Danube rivers. Representatives of this people are called Scythians.