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    Lightbulb New Light on the Aryans: DNA Studies Confirm "Aryan Theory" of History

    by Ian Freeman, Heritage and Destiny

    New scientific research has proved that the supposedly "discredited" Aryan Race Theory may have been right after all. This theory argued that fair-haired, light-eyed Nordic warriors, having tamed the horse and invented the wheel, conquered most of Europe, much of the Middle East and Northern India thousands of years ago, bringing with them the family of languages that used to be known as Aryan, and are now known as Indo-European, spoken from Ireland to the Bay of Bengal.

    The Indo-European family of languages includes Modern English, German, French, Italian, Irish, Greek, Russian and indeed all European languages apart from Finnish, Hungarian and Basque, together with Iranian, Pashtu, Hindi, Gujarati, Bengali. Sinhalese and other Northern (or originally Northern) Indian languages. The kinship can still be seen in basic words like one, two, three--amhain (pronounced awan), dha, tri in Irish, une, deux, trois in French, unus, duo, tres in Latin, eins, zwei, drei in German, einn, tver, thrir in Icelandic, odin, dva, tri in Russian, ena, duo, tria in Greek. Compared to yksi, kaski, kolme in unrelated Finnish.

    In the ancestor of the Indian branch of this language family, Sanskrit, it's eka, dva, treya. The people who spoke that language swept into the plains of Northern India almost 4,000 years ago as chariot-riding conquerors, calling themselves Aryas, "lords." On the way they gave their name to Iran, derived from "Aryan." Others swept eastward, where for a thousand years an Indo-European language, Tocharian, was spoken in what is now Chinese Turkestan. Suggestion that this ancient race of more-advanced conquerors were blonde-haired, blue-eyed Nordics were dismissed since 1945 as "discredited"--i.e., Politically Incorrect rather than proved wrong. Linking race and culture was a big academic career-ending no-no.

    But meanwhile archaeologists and historians of languages, avoiding such explosive topics, managed to link the Proto-Indo-Europeans, the conquerors before they exploded from their homeland, to the Bronze Age Androvonovo Culture, based in western Siberia and what is now Kazakhstan. The remains of the people themselves were buried in great mounds, like later Viking and Anglo-Saxon barrows and howes, known as kurgans.

    Now geneticists have examined the DNA of these Proto-Indo-Europeans, or Aryans as they probably called themselves and were called until the PC shutters came down, extracted from their ancient tombs. The results are deeply Politically Incorrect, as revealed in three seminal papers:

    C. Bouakaze et al, First successful assay of Y-SNP typing by SNaPshot minisequencing on ancient DNA, International Journal of Legal Medicine, vol 121 (2007), pp. 493-499.
    C. Keyser et al, Ancient DNA provides new insights into the history of South Siberian Kurgan people, Human Genetics, vol. 125, no. 3 (September 2009), pp. 395-410.
    C. Lalueza-Fox et al, 2004. Unraveling migrations in the steppe: mitochondiral DNA sequences from ancient central Asians,

    It turns out that genetically the Proto-Indo-Europeans buried in the steppe kurgan graves 5,000 years ago were identical with modern Western and Northern Europeans belonging to the Nordic sub-race. About 60% had light hair and blue and green eyes. It wasn't until much later that the gene complexes associated with other racial types appeared in the Central Asian steppe north of the deserts and irrigated farming zone--not until Turkic speakers started moving west, in fact. The Turks originated in the Iron Mountains of Western Mongolia, which they began to spread out of 2,000 years ago--a fact relevant to their descendants' claim to be "Europeans" who should be let into the EU.

    The typical steppe nomad horseman before the Turks and later the Mongols spread west, and the typical Aryan who brought what is now Hinduism to India and gave his speech to almost every nation from the Bay of Bengal to the Atlantic looked, it is now clear from the evidence, like a modern Dane or Norwegian. And indeed do the mummified remains of the Tocharian speakers in what is now Chinese Turkestan, who have blonde and red hair. So, incidentally, did many early Pharoahs of Egypt.

    It is also clear from the appearance of most speakers of Indo-Aryan languages today in Pakistan, Northern India, Blackburn, Leicester and a corner shop near you, that significant interbreeding has occurred between conquerors and conquered in the 4,000 years since...


    Comments by Jim Harting: This article appears in the January-February 2013 issue of Heritage and Destiny magazine. H&D is a print-only publication, but it maintains a separate web site at In a sane and rational world, these major, breakthrough new findings would be announced in front page articles in newspapers worldwide, and lead the science news on television news programs. Instead, this important information will have to filter out slowly through alternative publications such as Heritage and Destiny.

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