Their belief/faith was based in the reality of their experiences and for earlier humans that was a singular state.
They did not read or saw something and developed a belief system. Their faith was tied to the multiple states they were able to see simultaneously. In the earlier times they did not draw a distinction between life and death, as they perceived it all in one flow. As they became more aware of their physical environment then subtle dualities developed. They drew distinctions between the various states and thus paid attention to burials.
Scientists use this burial point to depict a leap forward, however in a way I agree and disagree, this point was the early sign of the development of dual mental capacities from one dance. Though natural and important in is still more about early humans becoming earth bound.
Also there were some Bantu tribes I saw in a documentary that maintained the connection to the one orgasmic state so they do not fixate on the 'death' of an individual with any remorse or concept of finality.
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