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    The maybe names.

    It is claimed by some authors that white missionaries or "Gods" visited America before Christopher Columbus. Authors usually quote from mythology and legends which discuss ancient Gods such as Quetzalcoatl to conclude that the legends were actually based on Caucasians visiting those areas, and that the caucasians were really the Gods.[1][2] Spanish chroniclers from the 16th century claimed that when the conquistadors led by Francisco Pizarro first encountered the Inca's they were greeted as Gods, "Viracochas", because their lighter skin resembled their God Viracocha.[3] This story was first reported by Pedro Cieza de León (1553) and later by Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa. Similar accounts by Spanish chroniclers (e.g. Juan de Betanzos) describe Viracocha as a "White God", often with a beard.[4] Claims of other "White Gods" include Tezcatlipoca and Gukumatz
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Gods

    Native Americans talk of Sasquatch mating with humans.
    Many tribes talk of Wild people.
    Steta'l-Spirt Spear"
    Skookum-Evil God of the Woods"
    Bukwas-Wildman of the Woods"
    Chiye tanka-Big Elder Brother"
    Ge no sqwa-Stone Giants"
    Kecleh-Kudleh-Hairy Savage"
    Esti Capcaki-Tall Man"
    Yé'iitsoh-Big God "
    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=142441


    1. Patupaiarehe and ponaturi - Patupaiarehe - Te Ara Encyclopedia ...
    www.teara.govt.nz/en/patupaiarehe/1
    In Māori tradition patupaiarehe, also known as tūrehu and pakepakehā, were fairy-like creatures of the forests and mountain tops. Although they had some human ... Patupaiarehe had light skin, and red or fair hair.
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    It is interesting to see how Non Whites saw us.
    The Japanese Art work is here

    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=148664

    But other races have given us Supernatural names.
    They worship our planes or fear our cars.


    Blue-Eyed Devil
    Whites primarily with blue eyes are said to be the most evil. Especially since their skin is so pale, it looks scary to others as their blue eyes stare out at them.

    Devil- Used mainly by Blacks to refer to the evil white man.

    Ghost- Whites

    Gwailo/Gweilo-Cantonese term to refer to any Western person. Also means 'White ghost' Gwai=ghost, lo=man. The first whites seen in China were sailors. The ships often left on early morning tides or during the night, causing the locals to believe they were "ghosts" who were seen and then disappeared.

    Haole- Pronounced "haow-lee." Refers to any non-Polynesians. It means "without breath" in Hawaiian, it was used to describe the ghost like appearance of Capt. Cook and his men when they first came ashore.

    Hawaga/Khawaga-Whites- Originally a Persian word for "Lord". Heard in Egypt. Accent on second syllable.

    Kabloonuk-Whites-Inuit (Eskimo) word for any non-Inuit. Literal translation means "person with bushy eyebrows."

    Moon Cricket (2)-The slur is also used by some Native Americans against whites: "moon" as in pale, and "cricket" as in whites have big eyes and gangly legs. Whites also make annoying sounds like crickets.

    Pakeha-White New Zealanders only. Maori for "white devil". Curiously, this is an official term.

    Yang-gui-zi- Whites-Pronounced yong-gway-zi. Chinese for "Foreign Devil."
    http://www.thebirdman.org/Index/Othe...ms&Origins.htm

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    Bak Guiy Whites Cantonese for "White Devil"

    Bat-gwai/Bai-guei Whites "Bat-gwai" is the Cantonese for "white ghost;" or as we more commonly hear it translated, "white devil." It may be worth noting that white is the color of death and mourning in China, as black is in Europe and America
    http://www.johncglass.com/racialslurs.htm

    Kinyarwanda: Umuzungu (singular), Abazungu (plural), possibly derived from Swahili; also rutuku (meaning the red ones)

    Zulu:
    Umlungu" originally referred to a person who practices magic
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...tern_countries


    the women think they are being chased by monsters (the cars’ headlights scary eyes)
    http://realtimearts.net/article/93/9613

    And so scared was the group of being eaten by the white “devil
    roaring monster with burning yellow eyes
    http://cecily-layzell.suite101.com/a...t-idfa-a179361

    trying to escape the 'devilmen' in the 'rocks that move' (four wheel drives
    http://www.documentaryaustralia.com....ls/483/contact

    Everything was running - trees, grass, and the ground was moving round
    http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/...703380874.html

    Then two men appeared, two “white devils with plates on their heads
    http://mynook.wordpress.com/2011/09/25/contact-2009/


    The origins of the word Pākehā are unknown, although the most likely sources are the words pākehakeha or pakepakehā, which refer to mythical human-like creatures, with fair skin and hair, sometimes described as having come from the sea
    Other terms such as ‘tupua’ ("supernatural", "object of fear, strange being")[5], ‘kehua’ ("ghosts")[6], and 'maitai' ("metal" or referring to persons "foreign")[7] were used by Māori to refer to some of the earliest visitors.[8]
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P%C4%81keh%C4%81

    These words are both modern, since the days of the white people. Kaipuke is from puke, a hill, pukepuke, a hillock, maunga, a mountain, motu, an island, motu-tere and mou-tere, dritted-islands. When the Maoris first saw a ship—the canoe of the Pakehas—they thought it was a hill, hillock, or mountain, in consequence of its loftiness above the sea, and an island, because a drifting-island is a portion of the land within the sea. It was said to be an island or drifting-island because it was carried along by the sails. The word drifting-island (mou-tere) is an old word applied to the little islands near the mainland, and the other name for drifting-island (motu-tere) describes the portions of land carried away by the floods of the rivers to a different place. Kai-puke (to eat on board ship) was applied because the people on board actually did eat on the Kaipuke (ship). The following would be said: “This people of the sea, kai-puke, eat on board,” and hence the name Kaipuke adhered to the canoe of the Pakeha. All these words were used for a ship: “The hill, the island, and the drifting-island.” The reason the word Kaipuke has been retained is because of the Pakehas eating on board (Kai-puke) in distinction to the Maoris who never ate on their canoes when at sea or at anchor, on account of the Karakias or invocations of the priests, which had been said at starting, for fear they should be rendered ineffectual. It was not until they landed that they ate.

    The word Pakeha is derived from the “gods of the sea,” the names for which are: Atua, Tupua, Pakehakeha, Marakihau and Taewa;2 they were the gods of the deep sea, and in appearance like men, and sometimes even fish. Also, the Maoris called the sailors “the people of the sea,” and these Pakehas (Europeans) were called by the names above given.

    Pakeha is derived from Pakehakeha3, the apparition gods4 of the deep sea. Pakehakeha is an enormous god, he covers the sea, either by his size, or his numbers, that is, the ocean whose bounds cannot be seen, for we can see the sea bounded by the horizon where the clouds appear to touch, but it cannot be said that is the end of the sea, for it is far beyond; it cannot be measured, nor can its depths be sounded, hence it is called the Moana-uriuri, the deep sea.
    http://www.jps.auckland.ac.nz/docume...,_p_235-236/p1

    As Prince Philip celebrates his 90th birthday, the celebrations at Buckingham Palace will be a little more sedate than the party being held in his honour on the other side of the world.

    The people of the Yaohnanen tribe in Vanuatu revere him as a god, and every year on his birthday they host a celebration in the hope that he will visit them.

    Exactly why villagers on the little South Pacific Island of Tanna worship a Greek-born British royal is a little confusing, but they believe he is originally from their island, and was born from the spirit of a local volcano.
    http://uk.news.yahoo.com/prince-phil...012652102.html


    New Guinea cargo cults attempt to lure cargo planes into landing at fake airports made from bamboo and coconuts.

    The waiting is the hardest part



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    One cannot seriously believe that we (humankind) are all the same inside when watching that movie. You just can't geniounly believe that only culture/upbringing causes these enormous differences...

    Not only are they a million miles away from us, technologically speaking. They also don't even recognize technology as being... technology, when they see it.

    Don't get me wrong. I don't hate or look down upon these people living their own culture, doing their own things. It's the ones that force us to think that these people are exactly the same as us, telling us to all go intermix with eachother that annoy the hell out of me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybren View Post
    One cannot seriously believe that we (humankind) are all the same inside when watching that movie. You just can't geniounly believe that only culture/upbringing causes these enormous differences...

    Not only are they a million miles away from us, technologically speaking. They also don't even recognize technology as being... technology, when they see it.

    Don't get me wrong. I don't hate or look down upon these people living their own culture, doing their own things. It's the ones that force us to think that these people are exactly the same as us, telling us to all go intermix with eachother that annoy the hell out of me.
    Yeah "Those People" would be cultural Marxist.

    Fact is they need the illusion because they need to get rid of a potential threat. That being a populous that has the ability to see through the BS they want to set up.

    Germanic Whites have always been a problem for Global Elites because they have enough natural ability to see through many of their scams. Therefor it has been Germanic Population groups that are targeted for elimination. The others can be managed like large natural game parks with human livestock.

    Germanics though, we have to breed those suckers out of existence. They are a ticking time bomb waiting to go off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by celticviking View Post

    But other races have given us Supernatural names.
    They worship our planes or fear our cars.

    The waiting is the hardest part



    Clarke's Three Laws, are three "laws" of prediction formulated by the British writer and scientist Arthur C. Clarke. They are:


    1) When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong.

    2) The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.


    3) Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

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