Aryan Race

Aryan Race

Timescales given are a general approximation.

The first humans (Homo sapiens) were Black Africans and they arose one quarter of a million years ago in North East Africa. A tribe of these Black Africans migrated out of North East Africa one hundred and thirty thousand years ago. This origin and migration theory is the Out of Africa Theory.

They migrated to Scandinavia, West of the mountain ranges running through present-day Norway. They settled there, living by the coast. Eighty-five thousand years of total isolation in Scandinavia, the Black African tribe transformed to the Aryan Race, a breed with blonde hair, blue eyes, white skin, and towering height. All uniform in appearance, homogeneous. Interbreeding had occurred because of isolation and time.

There was a much warmer period (Eemian) during the last ice age that started one hundred and thirty thousand years ago which was the time when the first Black Africans migrated to Scandinavia. This interglacial period lasted around eighty-five thousand years.

The Aryan race that had evolved after eighty-five thousand years left Scandinavia before the ice age got to inhospitable through extreme cold. Cro-magnon skeletal remains throughout Eurasia that date to forty-five thousand years ago, prove this. The interglacial period had come to an end.

The unique Aryan racial group could only have evolved in Scandinavia. The lack of light and icy conditions are the only environmental factors that can explain the evolution of blonde hair, blue eyes, white skin, etc. There is just nowhere else where these physical traits could have developed, as they are so different In physical appearance to the other races of man, the environment must also have been so very different. The encapsulating mountain ranges running through present-day Norway stand out clearly as their place of origin.

The physical evidence of them originating from there has been destroyed by the swelling sea level and all-consuming ice age.

Forty-five thousand years ago there was a Aryan race and four dark-featured human races, Black African, Indian, Far East Asian, and Australian Aboriginal.

The Indian, Far East Asian and Australian Aboriginal race had also developed from the Black African race, as tens of thousands of years after the first migration to Scandinavia, a tribe left Africa again and this time headed east to India, then Far East Asia and Australia. The Black Africans settled in each of these regions and developed into the new races of Indian, Far East Asian and Aboriginal.

Forty-five thousand years ago the Aryan tribes spread down into Europe, occupying many different parts of it in separate tribal groupings. Tribes broke off and then spread into Asia.

In the middle east area, a Aryan race tribe came across an Indian race tribe that had left their region of India. The two distinctly different racial tribes mixed and a new breed of man formed, Arabs. The Arabic population expanded in the middle east, tribes of them migrated West into the North of Africa. From North Africa, they moved further North, into Spain, Italy and Greece. In Spain, Italy and Greece they came across the original Scandinavian racial tribes with their blonde hair and blue eyes. The Arabic tribes mixed with the Aryan tribes in Southern Europe, which formed the basis of whom we know today as the Spanish, the Italians and the Greeks.

The same thing happened in Far East Asia. The Aryan race mixed with the Far East Asian race and this produced whom we know today as Chinese, Japanese ethnic types. These new tribes moved West, mixing with the Aryan tribes in Eurasia, which in turn formed the basis of whom we know today as the Slavic people.

Europeans (Whites) are mostly comprised of the Aryan race but are also part Indian race and part Far East Asian race to varying degrees. People in the South of Europe are more Indian racially than those from the North of Europe. People from the East of Europe are more Far East Asian racially than those from the North West of Europe. There has been little mixing between the Scandinavian tribes and the Black African or Australian Aboriginal tribes.

There is no other way of explaining the present-day situation.

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