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Blond Mummies, White People of China Update 2.

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  Blond Mummies, Tocharians and Indo-Europeans of China

Archaeological discovery of mummies in the Taklamakan desert of Western China dating back 4,000 years has captivated the imaginations of researchers, who were surprised to discover that they were caucasians from Europe. The answers to the mystery of who these white mummies were might be found in the later history of Xinjiang province; in the Chinese written records of blue eyed and red bearded merchants such as the Yuezhi and the Sogdians from the West and in the manuscripts written in a mysterious Indo-European language known as Tocharian. Clearly there were both Iranic and Tocharian peoples living in Western China in later times, and the Tarim mummies must have been the ancestors of some if not all of them.

The inhospitable Tarim basin became a vital route for merchants, at the crossroads between East and West, the basin is skirted by oasis towns which were stations for anyone traveling on the Silk Road.The caucasian, Europoid mummies and the ancient Indo-European languages of the region challenge popular misconceptions about the limits of European civilisation in the Bronze Age. The material excavated suggests the area was active for thousands of years, with diverse languages, lifestyles, religions, and cultures present. #AncientAliens #Xinjiang #Tocharian

 

 

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0:50 Loulan Beauty has some incredible eyelashes

 

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 T Wolf

Geologically speaking, the Tarim Basin underwent a massive desertification throughout the millennia. Most recent example is the Lop lake which has now pretty much dried up and a fraction of the size it used to be as little as 100 years ago. The potentially lush lakes and rivers might have been the original point of attraction for the Tocharians hence the burials in the boats.

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Cap'n Carny

I read about this in Archeology Magazine back in about 1996? The mummies were tall, caucasoid and blond or red haired. As I recall most were found in the Takla Makan desert in western China not to far from TIen Shan, mountains in the Himalayas. I got the impression they found tartan plaid-like wool clothes buried with the mummies.
 
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Kai Peters
Fascinating. Thank you for the comprehensive synopsis. It is good to see that you provide sources. Idependent historical channels like this one are a nice relief from the constant anti-white propaganda in the media. God bless.
 
 
Lauren Harcum
This was very informative! Thank you for making this. I’m not Caucasian in any sense but I wish that important history like this was shared more often. The more we know about each other the better we’ll understand everyone.
 
 
Emir EC
Absolutely incredible. This isn't the first time I've seen evidence of ancient European presence on the central Eurasian area I truly believe that if science was free to excavate, and politics wasn't so anti-White, we would be able to piece together a wonderful picture of ancient, native Europid lands It's my belief that if this picture was finalised, what we would see is that the native lands for Europids are everything Northern on every part of the northern hemisphere.
The only question is how far south does it go before it becomes the native land of other races. Climate and geography gives us an excellent estimation, which I think archeology would confirm

Darry Shan

I’m not white but I wish Europeans would love themselves and their heritage a bit more. So much to be proud of

 Spam Houston

Three good books to read on this subject: The Tarim Mummies by Victor Mair and J.P. Mallory, The Mummies of Urumchi by Elizabeth Wayland Barber and The Search for the Indo-Europeans by J.P. Mallory.

 

 

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Blond Mummies, Tocharians and Indo-Europeans of China

Archaeological discovery of mummies in the Taklamakan desert of Western China dating back 4,000 years has captivated the imaginations of researchers, who were surprised to discover that they were caucasians from Europe. The answers to the mystery of who these white mummies were might be found in the later history of Xinjiang province; in the Chinese written records of blue eyed and red bearded merchants such as the Yuezhi and the Sogdians from the West and in the manuscripts written in a mysterious Indo-European language known as Tocharian. Clearly there were both Iranic and Tocharian peoples living in Western China in later times, and the Tarim mummies must have been the ancestors of some if not all of them.

The inhospitable Tarim basin became a vital route for merchants, at the crossroads between East and West, the basin is skirted by oasis towns which were stations for anyone traveling on the Silk Road.The caucasian, Europoid mummies and the ancient Indo-European languages of the region challenge popular misconceptions about the limits of European civilisation in the Bronze Age. The material excavated suggests the area was active for thousands of years, with diverse languages, lifestyles, religions, and cultures present.

Sources:

Adams, D., (2019) ‘Tocharian C: its discovery and implications’ https://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll...

A dictionary of Tocharian B https://www.win.tue.nl/~aeb/natlang/i...

Gray, Russell & Atkinson, Quentin & Greenhill, Simon. (2011). Language Evolution and Human History.

Good, I., ‘A Social Archaeology of Cloth some preliminary remarks on prehistoric textiles of the Tarim Basin’ (Peabody Museum) http://www.safarmer.com/Indo-Eurasian...

Hollard, C. et al. (2018). New genetic evidence of affinities and discontinuities between bronze age Siberian populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 167 (1): 97–107.

Katariya, A., ‘Ancient History of Central Asia: Yuezhi-Gurjar History’, Article No 01

Mair, V., ‘Ancient Mummies of the Tarim Basin’ https://www.penn.museum/sites/expedit...

Ning, et al. (2019), ‘Ancient Genomes Reveal Yamnaya - Related Ancestry and a Potential Source of Indo-European Speakers in Iron Age Tianshan’ https://www.cell.com/current-biology/...

Wenkan, X. (1996) ‘The Tokharians and Buddhism’

Xie, M. et al, (2013) Interdisciplinary investigation on ancient Ephedra twigs from Gumugou Cemetery (3800 B.P.) in Xinjiang region, northwest China. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2...

Yang, Y. (2019), ‘Shifting Memories: Burial Practices and Cultural Interaction in Bronze Age China A study of the Xiaohe-Gumugou cemeteries in the Tarim Basin’ http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/get/...

Selections from the Han Narrative Histories https://depts.washington.edu/silkroad...

Contents:

00:00 Intro

00:21 Tarim mummies

04:21 Tocharian

06:45 Han Chinese accounts of white merchants in Tarim

09:40 Yuezhi and Kushans

13:16 Kroraina / Loulan kingdom

14:35 Sogdians

16:05 Tocharian vs Iranic - Centum/Satem

17:35 Genetics of Tarim mummies and Iron Age Tarim skeletons

20:59 Yang paper - archaeological survey of Bronze Age Tarim 24:41 Conclusion

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