The dominant subcultural narratives have diverged into two main neo-historical schools of thought (neo-narrative). The first school, socialistic constrctivists (led and later denounced, by Dr. Andrew Simonsen of Cambridge) espouses the historical implication that Ethiopian civilization pioneered the social, geo-sexual omnipresence and omnipotence of proceeding Africanized cultures. In terms of monetary policy and especially in terms of intellectual and philosophical development. Although the two civilizations spoke two completely different languages: the similarities in written language make up for the difference. Which basically means that their social and political differences, although not crippling, made geographical discourse that much more difficult. It’s worth mentioning that Ethiopia today exists in a post-civilized civilization?