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Teach Europeans About Their Heritage

Lascaux Cave PaintingsThe following information is to give evidence the European caucasians who live in the British Isles across to Russia today including the rest of Europe are indigenous to those regions and they have been there for many thousands of years.  

Our ancient European caucasian ancestors were transient beings who migrated around the lands that make up Europe and the British Isles and they are viewed by historians and the scientific community as one people.  It matters not what your religion or passport says; Christianity, Judaism, Scandinavia, Russia, France – none of these religions or nationalities existed in the original settlements of human beings in Europe.

Painted (pictured right) over 15,000 years ago by European Caucasians, this cave complex can be found in Southwest France and contains some of the most remarkable Paleolithic cave paintings in the world.  One of our organisation's goals is to unite European Caucasians worldwide by teaching them about our ancestors before the advent of today's major religions – Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

Today, Europeans are scattered all over the world and many no longer identify themselves with their homeland which must change.  We must begin to truly think of the nations of Europe as sacred ground; it is the land and the blood of our ancestors going back thousands of years, many of whom fought to keep it safe for us, their descendants.  We need to do our part now in order to pass it on intact to our future generations.

Europeans should be proud of their ancestors who have done many wondrous things including those who painted in caves and on cliffs in Europe.

Photo of skull from Humans in Georgia.  Display found in the Natural History Museum in London

The photo of the skull (pictured left) was taken at the British Museum, London, and is the oldest of human fossils found outside Africa from Georgia in Southern Russia, Eastern Europe as being 1.8 million years old.  People have been living in the regions we call Europe and the Middle East and Central Asia for longer than many people realize.

If you walked behind the owner of this skull when he was alive and he was dressed in a modern outfit, you would think that he was just another human being until you looked at his face.  Then you would notice that he was slightly different, based on the brow ridge and facial features.

It is worth remembering that the average height of Homo erectus was 6 ft., they did not walk like monkeys.  They walked around like human beings do today.  Homo erectus based on recent research lived between 1.8 million years - 100,000 years ago.

The Human Skull That Challenges the 'Out of Africa' Theory

The skull (pictured right), discovered in Northern Greece has the potential to change what we know about human evolution.  This skull, known as the Petralona Skull was found in 1959 embedded in a wall and was given to the University of Thessaloniki from the Petralona community with the conditions that after examination it would be put on public display by the museum with information about the skull discovered. 

Petralona skullThe ‘Petralona man’, as it has since been called, was found to be 700,000 years old, making it the oldest human Europeoid (presenting European traits), of that age ever discovered in Europe.  The academic responsible for researching the cave and skull, Dr Poulianos, argues that this hominid evolved separately in Europe and was not an ancestor of a species that came out of Africa.

Independant researchers tried to dismiss these findings, arguing that the skull was only 50,000 years old and was indeed an ancestor that came from Africa.  Then only a decade later in 1971, research from the US was published backing up the findings that the skull was indeed 700,000 years old.  This case was made on the analysis of the cave’s stratigraphy and the sediment in which the skull was embedded.  Further research in the cave discovered isolated teeth and two pre-human skeletons dating back 800,000 years, as well as other fossils of various species.

Today, most academics who have analyzed the Petralona remains say that the cranium belongs to an archaic hominid distinguished from Homo erectus, and from both the classic Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans, but showing characteristics of all those species and presenting strong European traits.  A skull dating back 700,000 years ago which is either Homosapien or part Homosapien is in direct conflict with the 'Out of Africa' theory of human evolution.  Dr Poulianos’ findings contradicted conventional views regarding human evolution, as a result his research was suppressed.  He and his team have been denied further access to the cave to complete their research and study, and the whereabouts of the skull is now unknown.  

Dmanisi Skull 5It is interesting to note that there has been completely separate research completed and published in the last 5 years which also shows evidence that Homo erectus was found in Euroasia as far back as 1.8 million years ago.  The discovery of the Dmanisi Skull 5 (pictured left) has certainly caused a lot of discussion in the paleonotological world with new theories being that Homo erectus possibly evolved in Euroasia, and then migrated into Africa considering the dates.

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Imagined drawing of a Neanderthal based on skeletal remains and research.The skull image (below) here, shows the changes to the face over a period of time where the brow ridge is less prominent on the Neanderthal.  We've also included a drawing of a Neanderthal man (pictured right) to demonstrate that their features are not too dissimilar to men walking around the globe today.

400 thousand year old Neanderthal skull remains found in Spain.  Displayed in Natural History Museum in London.The first Ice Age Europeans are believed to have moved into Europe approximately 40,000 years ago.  The question is, where did caucasian people from Europe and the Middle East come from?  Their skeletons have not been found in Africa.  It is believed by many that Caucasians originated somewhere in the Caucasus region of Southern Russia and developed from the local popoulation into Europeans as we see today.

The skeletons of Europeans and many people who live in the Middle East are the same, which is why we refer to them as a single racial group with some differents – Caucasoids.  When modern humans migrated into Europe and the Middle East, they replaced the Neanderthals.

When Modern Caucasians migrated into the Middle East and into Europe, certain changes occurred.  Those that moved into Europe developed blonde hair, blue or green eyes, while those who went into the Middle East, have predominantly kept their darker hair and eye features.

When discussing why Neanderthals went extinct, and Modern Caucasians  survived.  It has been estimated there has been no more than 50,000 Neanderthals living in Europe and one predominant theory was, that physical conflict resulted in the demise of Neanderthals.  They had a low birth rate and could not compete against European Caucasians, and therefore, they disappeared.  More recent archaelogical research has disproved this theory, and Nature recently published research on archaelogical cave settlements that were found in Israel, demonstrating both groups lived at the same time just a short distance from each other with peaceful interaction being demonstrated. 

Scientists unearthed a cranial fragment from Western Galilee, Israel, which is dated between 50 – 60,000 years ago when Neanderthals were also known to inhabit the same region.  Information uncovered during this research shows that Neanderthals were just as intelligent as Modern Europeans and there is evidence to show the two groups interacted and may have also interbred.  New theories about the extinction of Neanderthals now tend to focus on infertility issues with Neanderthals, and focus on the area being overrun and assimiliated with Modern Europeans from  numbers and breeding perspectives and not based on conflict.

Map of Europe during the last Ice AgeThis map shows Europe during the Ice age approximately 10,000 years ago.  It was a very different world then to what it is today.

The people who lived in Europe, Middle East and Central Asia during this period were the ancestors of the people who live in these regions today. There were no Christians or modern religions, no Islam, no Jewish religion, no Talmud and no Hindu religion.  Over a period of time, religions have been created by man, because the general populace have not learned their ancient history, many people have become religious fanatics.  Millions have been killed and lives destroyed for religion. 

Back then, there were no nations or countries, and people wandered, often over large areas. They migrated perhaps hundreds of miles and settled in regions, gradually developing from small family groups into tribal groups.

 Genographic Project / Neanderthals   Neanderthals first appeared in Europe about 300,000 years ago;  and vanished some 30,000 years ago.

To kill their prey, they had to be very close to an animal to spear it and many Neanderthals were injured due to their hunting methods.  For example, some Neanderthal skeletons reveal broken bones which have healed.  The average Neanderthal probably lived no more than 30 years.  Around the end of the ice age there was great fluctuation in the climate with periods of heavy snow and warming, and during this time, many animals became extinct. 

During this period, some inland Neanderthals appeared to have starved and evidence shows that they practised cannibalism to survive.  Remember that historically, people have resorted to cannibalism in extreme cases such as plane crashes.  Neanderthals living along coastal areas survived better.  This is particularly the case with the Neanderthals who lived around the Rock of Gibraltar, Southern Spain, where there are many caves.  Some of these caves today are filled with water, however, during the Neanderthal period, the ocean was about 300 feet lower than it is today.  The Neanderthals who lived there survived by eating seafood and did not practise cannibalism.  DNA testing today shows that Neanderthal men bred with women from other Neanderthal groups, but due to the fact that numbers were reduced in inland areas, and the subsequent shortage women.  Consequently, this led to inbreeding amongst themselves.  Neanderthals lived in small groups and due to their harsh lifestyle, very few Neanderthal children reached adulthood.  All of these factors led to their gradual decline.

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Neanderthals vs Cro-Magnon (Modern Europeans)

Genetic studies have indicated that non-Africans, (i.e. today’s Europeans and Asians), have between 1% - 4% of the genes from Neanderthals.  The theory is that we obtained these genes between interracial relations between Neanderthals and Cro-Magnon.  This might be true in some cases, however, there are some researchers who believe that a group of Neanderthals directly developed into Cro-Magnon man possibly in central Asia. This means that Europeans and the rest of the Neanderthal population existed simultaneously for a very long time, till the Neanderthals eventually died out.  The Neanderthals were replaced by Cro-Magnon man as the dominant hominid in Europe and the Middle East.  The Neanderthal DNA that we carry in us today, are the remnants from either one of these theories.

Ice Age European Structures

Some DNA testing on Neanderthal bones has revealed that they were as light-skinned as Europeans today, and some had red hair.  If you looked at a Neanderthal, you would notice that they possessed a high brow ridge, but there are many Europeans today who would say they have seen many modern Europeans who look similar to Neanderthals.

For more information, have a read of David Duke's article discussing new research completed in 2012.

Cave Paintings

We've included some wonderful images of various cave painters and paintings found within Europe. Click on cave paintings to enlarge.

Europeans have lived in Europe for thousands of years and about 32,000 years ago painted at Chauvet Cave in France, Europe.

Sketch of early humans creating works of art via cave paintingsMany people believe that early Europeans lived in caves, but evidence shows that this was not always true because there are not many caves people can live in.  Archaelogical sites show that our European Ice Age ancestors made teepee type shelters.

Related Websites About Cave Paintings

Lascaux Cave Paintings

Altamira Cave Paintings

Altamira: Magdelanian Cave Art

Lascaux Cave: Palaeolithic Cave Art

Cave Paintings and Sculptures in Europe

Rock Paintings in Spain

Rock paintings discovered in Spain

The stone age Europeans who lived in Spain left many rock paintings of themselves depicting hunting, honey collecting and other activities, women with long hair, fully covered with skirts down to just above their knees, men in real trousers, or sometimes naked.  The paintings show that they used bow and arrows and sometimes wore headdresses that may have contained feathers.

Neolithic Cliff PaintingsThis artwork is also referred to as Lavantine art. These sites are now classified as World Heritage Sites by Unesco.  Rock art shown here have been found at over 700 sites.  The paintings feature Europeans and the animals they hunted were in the Eastern part of Spain.  These date to the Upper Palaeolithic or, more likely, the Mesolithic periods of the Stone Age.

This artwork spans a large period of time and reflects much cultural change in the area.  It shows beautiful images of hunter-gatherer economic systems which over time incorporated the beginnings of argicultural settlement showing the use of domesticated cattle, dogs and horses.

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