Link: Who were the ancient Aryans?

Interesting whether you believe it or not.

The Aryan race, or the concept of “Aryan” as a racial description of phenotype is not accurate. Aryan is both a linguistic tradition as well as a common culture, or rather a number of cultures which share the same common ancestry. Aryan also is a series of religious or folk beliefs that also have a common denominator. And the race which originally created the language, culture and religious roots of the descendants of the Aryans were of the Nordic race, based on both genetic, archaeological and living examples of peoples of Europe and the northern, more isolated regions of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Northern India, Kurdistan in Iraq, Asia Minor and many other similar Near Eastern and Asiatic regions. Deceased examples of an Indo-European racial type that share religious, cultural and linguistic traditions in common with Old Persian, Hindu and especially Celtic and Germanic peoples from Europe were the Tocharians, whose best example are the Caucasian mummies of China, which wore Celtic tartan dress, ornamented their belongings with swastikas, bore tattoos with symbols consistent with all Indo-Europeans peoples, held religious items indicative of both India and Europe, and physically were tall, blonde and blue-eyed, or with red hair and a distinct Nordic racial type. DNA testing of the Caucasian Mummies of China, these very remains, show them as having the same DNA structure as those of Northwestern Europeans. However, there is a substantial percentage of their DNA that has no known affiliates among the modern human population. New Age fanatic David Wilcock, made the claim on History Channel’s Ancient Aliens series that because there is no known populations on Earth sharing this percentage of DNA, it must out of necessity be of extraterrestrial origin! No, it just means that there was another human population, another kindred white race which died out millennia ago and has no existing descendants.

Not all blond and light-eyed, surely.

The orthodox view of the origins of the Celts turns out to be an archaeological myth left over from the 19th century. Over the past 200 years, a myth has grown up of the Celts as a vast, culturally sophisticated but warlike people from central Europe, north of the Alps and the Danube, who invaded most of Europe, including the British Isles, during the iron age, around 300 BC.

Tools were found to prove this.
Invade? Not necessarily.

The swirling style of decoration is immortalised …


But unfortunately for this orthodoxy, these artistic styles spread generally in Europe as cultural fashions, often made locally. There is no evidence they came to Britain and Ireland as part of an invasion.

Find what’s wrong with that sentence. So eager to erase white tribal histories.

The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence.

Occam’s Razor – no evidence of invasion, suggesting at least some originated here.

 For the idea of the south German “Empire of the Celts” to survive as the orthodoxy for so long has required determined misreading of texts by Caesar, Strabo, Livy and others.

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And the well-recorded Celtic invasions of Italy across the French Alps from the west in the 1st millennium BC

why lie
PC that’s why
why you lie

“Celt” is now a term that sceptics consider so corrupted in the archaeological and popular literature that it is worthless.


A typical looking Celt, many had dark hair, eyes varied as they do today.

Longer face, thinner, large eyes and certain ferocity. The nose isn’t quite right nor the mouth because this woman isn’t a Celt, but it’s a similar look. Likewise-

It’s really the pale skin that makes the Aryan. This makes woad brighter.

Note the chin.


Not Celtic, but statues with eyes are creepy.

Celtic mummy found in China

They weren’t all lookers.

Celtic, not Roman.

This is quite realistic.

Eyes too small

I would comment on the other races mentioned but I’m sure others know more than me.

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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