Labyrinth of the End of History




The story about thes labyrinth-branch is based on an imaginary excavation, on a fiction. Works on a new exhibition in the Labyrinth of History were halted by an unexpected event. During reconstruction of the deepest recesses of the labyrinth a fossil imprint of a human foot was found. After dating the fossil excavations took place all over the complex of cellars, which – thanks to precise geological localisation – were followed by successful diggings elsewhere in the Buda mountains.

 The Labyrinth of Another World - Labyrinth of Buda Castle
    The Labyrinth of Another World - Labyrinth of Buda Castle


 The Labyrinth of Another World - Labyrinth of Buda Castle      
The exhibition of the first results of the excavations, and the great number of imprints yet to be studied seem to underlie the researchers’ first intuition that the footprint discovered in the Labyrinth of the Buda Castle does not originate from a specimen of Homo sapiens or any of its ancestors – that is to say, it does not belong to our world/civilisation. It is from an other-world.

The Buda-mountains finds were without exception produced in the geologic modern period (Cenozoic), in the so-called Eocene. The vestiges of this civilisation that appeared at least 42 million years ago and vanished – presumably due to the Upper Eocene floods – not later than 38 million years ago are primarily the imprints of consumer goods (so called consumption idols).

Research has so far not come across even the traces of any intellectual activity, culture, art, religion, etc. This characteristic provides the basis for the anthropological classification of this hitherto unknown human species: Homo consumus (H.c.).

The evolution of Homo consumus cannot be established with the knowledge at hand. Several researchers assume reptiles to be the ancestors of Homo consumus, as of Homo sapiens. It was out of them at the end of the Triassic (ca. 200 mill. yrs. ago) that the first mammals developed, whose bodies became larger and their number of species began to increase in the Eocene. However, the volume of the brains of Eocene mammals we have known up till now was only 400-500 cm3, in contrast with the 1500-1700 cm3 enabling Homo sapiens to think creatively, and which appeared only 40 million years later.

 The Labyrinth of Another World - Labyrinth of Buda Castle      
The appearance of Homo consumus out of the blue bends most researchers towards the theory of an evolutionary leap. Others find that such a leap was not necessary since, as they claim, the civilisation of Homo consumus could be created and maintained with a fraction of the brain capacity of Homo sapiens. Finally, a minority hold a non-geocentric view, wherein the civilisation of Homo consumus originates from an alien planet, that is, from human shaped beings who during the period in question visited Earth or even settled down here.

This exhibition in the Labyrinth of Buda Castle consist of 9 so-called H. c. imprints and sets of finds.

Fragments of the materials of the Homo Sapiens Tribute Committee:


"Cave frescoes of tens of thousands of years, massive pyramids, well-built cathedrals; will they stand the trials of
time as well as consumption idols will?"

"Civilisations: always the same, in the same old way!"

"A purely material world in immaterial imprints! Hell of paradox!"

"While our technology reaches new heights, spiritually we have become cavemen again."

"The civilisation of Homo sapiens, restrained by nothing, heads for nothing."

"The vociferous prophets of an apocalypse only conceal the problem, since the end, the end of a world will
not come overtly, with thundering and announcement. Nullity will invisibly snatch our world, as a sneak-in thief."

"Homo consumus dreamt – if he did – about the Homo sapiens."


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