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The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the Anthropology of Western Europe By John Beddoe
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John Beddoe was Britain's foremost anthropologist who specialized in the study of race, craniology, and racial origins. This work is a overview of the racial and sub-racial makeup of the British... More > Isles. His primary means of measure was skull and hair/eye colour combinations. Through cross-testing with the European continent, the author found that the original inhabitants of Britain had been dark-haired and dark-eyed, and that the blond element derived its origins from the Anglo-Saxons and Scandinavians. He also found that dark-haired population was re-occupying Britain by a “reflux migration” and that their numbers would steadily increase over time. This is a valuable work which serves as a testament to the original make-up of the British people, and will serve as beacon of the past pointing into the future as mass Third World immigration changes the racial make-up of Britain in the present-day. Classic European anthropology at its best.< Less
The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the Anthropology of Western Europe By John Beddoe
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John Beddoe was Britain's foremost anthropologist who specialized in the study of race, craniology, and racial origins. This work is a overview of the racial and sub-racial makeup of the British... More > Isles. His primary means of measure was skull and hair/eye colour combinations. Through cross-testing with the European continent, the author found that the original inhabitants of Britain had been dark-haired and dark-eyed, and that the blond element derived its origins from the Anglo-Saxons and Scandinavians. He also found that dark-haired population was re-occupying Britain by a “reflux migration” and that their numbers would steadily increase over time. This is a valuable work which serves as a testament to the original make-up of the British people, and will serve as beacon of the past pointing into the future as mass Third World immigration changes the racial make-up of Britain in the present-day. Classic European anthropology at its best.< Less
The Customs and Traditions of the Aboriginal Natives of North Western Australia By John G. Withnell
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The Customs and Traditions of the Aboriginal Natives of North Western Australia by John G. Withnell. THE object of this work is to preserve, before civilization has made them obsolete, the... More > traditions and customs of the aboriginal natives of the North-West of Western Australia--particularly those of the Pilbarra district--as accurately as possible, based upon upwards of twenty years' observation. Since the discovery of gold and the consequent influx of population the natives cannot carry out their traditions as they used to do--most of the young men being in the employment of the whites, prefer to imitate them, caring little or nothing for their elders' teachings. So it is merely a matter of time when they will become extinct. It is quite probable that the curse of drink together with the supplanting of black children by mixed races will eventually cause them to die out, for it is reasonable to suppose that few intellectual persons will find companionship in the natives...< Less
Open Water Debacle By Naval Ahmed
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This story gives an account of contentious interactions with religions, races, cultures, societies, politics, people and nations in the future. The whole point of the story is for the unique... More > islanders to give some thought about broader societies to discover greater aspects of civilisation, question now and not much later what society means and how important it is to build human instincts towards tolerance and integration rather than clash with cultures when it comes to impact in some future date as this world is meant for change. Typically, islanders known as Divehīn are a small but a unique people with a common ethnic background of religion, race, culture, history, language, autonomy or lifestyle. Society means comparatively a community of oneness for the islanders who are unaware of other cultures and people. This story raises all debates to enlighten the islanders towards multi-culture and the value it holds for future in an extremely delicate environment of low-lying coral islands in the Maldives.< Less
The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria By William Scott Eliiot
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The Story of Atlantis :A Geographical, Historical and Ethnological Sketch Deep sea surroundings Distribution of fauna and flora language ethnological types Similarity of Religious Belief,... More > Ritual and Architecture Testimony of ancient writers The occult records First map period Education arts and sciences genetic experiments reptiles and pine forests possible duration of lemuria size and consistencey of a man's body organs of vision reproduction lemurian races still inhabiting the earth first taking of life, the great sin Teachers of the lemurian race great cities and statues religion destruction of the continent founding of the atlantean race MAPS: 1. Atlantis at its prime 2. Atlantis in its decadence 3. The world up to the catastrophe 4. The world after the catastrophe 5. Lemuria at its greatest extent 6. Lemuria at a later period< Less
A BOOK OF BEGINNINGS PART TWO By GERALD MASSEY
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In the black negro god, whether called Buddha or Sut-Nahsi, we have a datum. They carry in their colour the proof of their origin. The people who first fashioned and worshipped the divine image in... More > the negroid mould of humanity must according to all knowledge of human nature, have been negroes themselves. For the blackness is not merely mystical, the features and the hair of Buddha belong to the black race, and Nahsi is the negro name. The genetrix represented as the Dea Multimammae, the Diana of Ephesus, is found as a black figure, nor is the hue mystical only, for the features are as negroid as were those of the black[54] Isis in Egypt. We cannot have the name of Kam or Ham applied ethnologically without identifying the type as that of the black race.< Less
A BOOK OF BEGINNINGS PART TWO By GERALD MASSEY
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In the black negro god, whether called Buddha or Sut-Nahsi, we have a datum. They carry in their colour the proof of their origin. The people who first fashioned and worshipped the divine image in... More > the negroid mould of humanity must according to all knowledge of human nature, have been negroes themselves. For the blackness is not merely mystical, the features and the hair of Buddha belong to the black race, and Nahsi is the negro name. The genetrix represented as the Dea Multimammae, the Diana of Ephesus, is found as a black figure, nor is the hue mystical only, for the features are as negroid as were those of the black[54] Isis in Egypt. We cannot have the name of Kam or Ham applied ethnologically without identifying the type as that of the black race.< Less