The San (Genetically - The Worlds Oldest People)

(Southern Africa)

And the obvious source of the genes for today's Mongol People

Called “Hottentots” by Whites: In the Khoi-san language, consonants are pronounced with a clicking sound. This prompted their Dutch invaders to call them “Hottentots” a derogatory word meaning "stutterer" or "stammerer" in the language of the Dutch invaders. Later the Dutch, together with British and German settlers, would eventually try to exterminate them with the Herero and Namaqua Genocides.




The Complete Khoisan and Bantu genomes from southern Africa have just been completed and published (Received 11 August 2009; Accepted 6 January 2010). Click here for the study >>>



The presumed ancestry of Modern Mongols


Genetic data shows that the biochemical systems of Asian and European populations, appear to be more similar to each other, than they are to African populations. thus, Asians (Mongols) and Europeans (Caucasians) may have shared a common ancestry with each other, some 40,000 years ago and a common ancestry with African populations before that. The Out of Africa (OOA) migration, which took Africans into Asia, occurred at about 50,000 B.C. The modern Mongol shows great affiliation with San Africans in body type and facial features, thus the presumed genesis below.