Oscar Kiss Maerth

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Oscar Kiss Maerth
Born 8 October 1914(1914-10-08)
Kingdom of Hungary
Died 1990[1]
Nationality Hungarian; British
Affiliations Omnia Mundi Foundation
Known for Theories on human evolution driven by cannibalism
Noted work(s) "The Beginning was the End"

Oscar Kiss Maerth (1914 - 1990) was a Hungarian-born British businessman, Buddhist convert, vegetarian advocate, and amateur anthropologist, notable as the author of a theory of human evolution involving cannibalistic encephalophagy as an evolutionary catalyst, provoking sexual excitation and mental expansion in the species.

Selected Bibliography

in German

  • Maerth, Oscar Kiss (1971), Der Anfang war das Ende - Der Mensch entstand durch Kannibalismus - Intelligenz ist eßbar, Düsseldorf: Econ Verlag 
  • Maerth, Oscar Kiss (1975), Die Net von Assisi, Zürich: Omnia Mundi  — [English: The Speech of Assisi]
  • Maerth, Oscar Kiss (1979), Die Abrüstung der Kinder, Zürich: Omnia Mundi 

in English

References

  1. GRO Death Abroad Indices (1966 to 1994)