The term Caucasoid was introduced in XVIII century by Johann Blumenbach, a biology scientific who had a collection of human scalps. One of them, which had been collected from the European region of Caucasus, seemed to him more beautiful and perfect than the rest. Since then, and … Continue Reading ››
The first modern human being was called homo habilis , the first of the homo genus. This species developed stone tools for use in daily life. Homo habilis
means "Handy Man." He existed from about 2.2 to 1.5 million years ago. There are earlier species related to modern … Continue Reading ››
Evidence is on the bottom of the ocean and other places such as (possibly) under the ice in Antarctica. The Ice should have preserved it nicely. But until they find anything, there are loads of facts pointing towards the existence of an Atlantis ruled by Whites.
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The invasion of Western Europe by a the Moors, also known as the Saracens, a Non-white Muslim army after 711 AD very nearly extinguished Aryan Europe, the threat of the Moors was no less serious than the Hunnish invasion which created the first Race War. The Moors were … Continue Reading ››
There are two voyages of self-discovery that I embarked on not too long ago. One was adding more names to my family tree (tracing my genealogical roots) and the other was quilting.
Quilting, sewing, stitching, creating blankets out of fabric has not … Continue Reading ››
I remember as a child, my mother was fairly vocal about her Irish heritage. Even then, I felt a mysterious connection to my ancestors. In my quest, I bought my Mother a book “Irish tales of Terror.” My mother did not appreciate anything relating to “horror/terror” but I did read it, when she did not. … Continue Reading ››