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Comments on Profile Post by Ricktheheretic

  1. The Ragin Pagan
    The Ragin Pagan
    Nope. "Aryanism" in relation to Europeans is a complete lie; a fabrication by the Nazis trying to inject Eastern mysticism into their cult. Neither does Mesopotamia share cultural ties with the Indo-European peoples; they are Afro-Asiatic.
    Jun 23, 2017
  2. Ricktheheretic
    Ricktheheretic
    Thanx. I have seen pictures of blond haired Arabs, and Arabs with green-blue eyes. A book of mine on Norse myths says that the original home of the Norse was the Northern Plateau of Iran. But maybe that doesn't mean anything.
    Jun 23, 2017
  3. The Ragin Pagan
    The Ragin Pagan
    The Norse traveled *a lot*, and would have (obviously) "sown a few oats" in the lands that they visited. I also think that genetically, Arabs are "Caucasian" (and I do know that people from the Caucasus region aren't as milk-white as Scandinavian people).
    Jun 23, 2017
  4. The Ragin Pagan
    The Ragin Pagan
    The Indo-European peoples, however, have origin with the Yamna culture, which was settled in what is now Ukraine and Russia. Afro-Asiatic peoples (which includes Semetic and Arabic,) have root in Northern Africa and what is now Egypt and Syria.
    Jun 23, 2017
  5. The Ragin Pagan
    The Ragin Pagan
    Now, with the Aryans, they are a culture of Indo-Iranian peoples that split off from the Yamna around 2300–1700 BCE. At this point in time, they would have been *significantly* different from the "Corded Ware", who split off in 3000 - 2000 BCE, and formed the European peoples.
    Jun 23, 2017