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Throughout this period of human history, where we find our Albinos in charge, we have had to deal with some really bizarre theories of human development and people movements. But this latest one stands alone for stupidity - okay, that may be an exaggeration, there has been so many that were truly stupid.


“Mota Man” and the back-migration to Africa.



Ancient genome from Africa sequenced for the first time

October 8, 2015
University of Cambridge


The first ancient human genome from Africa to be sequenced has revealed that a wave of migration back into Africa from Western Eurasia around 3,000 years ago was up to twice as significant as previously thought, and affected the genetic make-up of populations across the entire African continent.

The first ancient human genome from Africa to be sequenced has revealed that a wave of migration back into Africa from Western Eurasia around 3,000 years ago was up to twice as significant as previously thought, and affected the genetic make-up of populations across the entire African continent.

The genome was taken from the skull of a man buried face-down 4,500 years ago in a cave called Mota in the highlands of Ethiopia -- a cave cool and dry enough to preserve his DNA for thousands of years. Previously, ancient genome analysis has been limited to samples from northern and arctic regions.

The latest study is the first time an ancient human genome has been recovered and sequenced from Africa, the source of all human genetic diversity. The findings are published in the journal Science.

The ancient genome predates a mysterious migratory event which occurred roughly 3,000 years ago, known as the 'Eurasian backflow', when people from regions of Western Eurasia such as the Near East and Anatolia suddenly flooded back into the Horn of Africa.

The genome enabled researchers to run a millennia-spanning genetic comparison and determine that these Western Eurasians were closely related to the Early Neolithic farmers who had brought agriculture to Europe 4,000 years earlier.

By comparing the ancient genome to DNA from modern Africans, the team have been able to show that not only do East African populations today have as much as 25% Eurasian ancestry from this event, but that African populations in all corners of the continent -- from the far West to the South -- have at least 5% of their genome traceable to the Eurasian migration.

Researchers describe the findings as evidence that the 'backflow' event was of far greater size and influence than previously thought. The massive wave of migration was perhaps equivalent to over a quarter of the then population of the Horn of Africa, which hit the area and then dispersed genetically across the whole continent.

"Roughly speaking, the wave of West Eurasian migration back into the Horn of Africa could have been as much as 30% of the population that already lived there -- and that, to me, is mind-blowing. The question is: what got them moving all of a sudden?" said Dr Andrea Manica, senior author of the study from the University of Cambridge's Department of Zoology.

Previous work on ancient genetics in Africa had involved trying to work back through the genomes of current populations, attempting to eliminate modern influences. "With an ancient genome, we have a direct window into the distant past. One genome from one individual can provide a picture of an entire population," said Manica.

The cause of the West Eurasian migration back into Africa is currently a mystery, with no obvious climatic reasons. Archaeological evidence does, however, show the migration coincided with the arrival of Near Eastern crops into East Africa such as wheat and barley, suggesting the migrants helped develop new forms of agriculture in the region.

The researchers say it's clear that the Eurasian migrants were direct descendants of, or a very close population to, the Neolithic farmers that had had brought agriculture from the Near East into West Eurasia around 7,000 years ago, and then migrated into the Horn of Africa some 4,000 years later. "It's quite remarkable that genetically-speaking this is the same population that left the Near East several millennia previously," said Eppie Jones, a geneticist at Trinity College Dublin who led the laboratory work to sequence the genome.

While the genetic make-up of the Near East has changed completely over the last few thousand years, the closest modern equivalents to these Neolithic migrants are Sardinians, probably because Sardinia is an isolated island, says Jones. "The famers found their way to Sardinia and created a bit of a time capsule. Sardinian ancestry is closest to the ancient Near East."

"Genomes from this migration seeped right across the continent, way beyond East Africa, from the Yoruba on the western coast to the Mbuti in the heart of the Congo -- who show as much as 7% and 6% of their genomes respectively to be West Eurasian," said Marcos Gallego Llorente, first author of the study, also from Cambridge's Zoology Department.

"Africa is a total melting pot. We know that the last 3,000 years saw a complete scrambling of population genetics in Africa. So being able to get a snapshot from before these migration events occurred is a big step," Gallego Llorente said.

The ancient Mota genome allows researchers to jump to before another major African migration: the Bantu expansion, when speakers of an early Bantu language flowed out of West Africa and into central and southern areas around 3,000 years ago. Manica says the Bantu expansion may well have helped carry the Eurasian genomes to the continent's furthest corners.

The researchers also identified genetic adaptations for living at altitude, and a lack of genes for lactose tolerance -- all genetic traits shared by the current populations of the Ethiopian highlands. In fact, the researchers found that modern inhabitants of the area highlands are direct descendants of the Mota man.

Finding high-quality ancient DNA involves a lot of luck, says Dr Ron Pinhasi, co-senior author from University College Dublin. "It's hard to get your hands on remains that have been suitably preserved. The denser the bone, the more likely you are to find DNA that's been protected from degradation, so teeth are often used, but we found an even better bone -- the petrous." The petrous bone is a thick part of the temporal bone at the base of the skull, just behind the ear.

"The sequencing of ancient genomes is still so new, and it's changing the way we reconstruct human origins," added Manica. "These new techniques will keep evolving, enabling us to gain an ever-clearer understanding of who our earliest ancestors were."

The study was conducted by an international team of researchers, with permission from the Ethiopia's Ministry of Culture and Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage.

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QUOTE: Summary:
The first ancient human genome from Africa to be sequenced has revealed that a wave of migration back into Africa from Western Eurasia around 3,000 years ago was up to twice as significant as previously thought, and affected the genetic make-up of populations across the entire African continent.


That sounds long ago, like a time that we know NOTHING ABOUT!

I'll bet that Albino nonsense got many of you all shook-up.

So breath deeply and lets actually analyze what those idiot Albinos are saying.

First of all, they're talking about 1,000 B.C.
Anyone know what was going on at that time?

Well, it's about the time of the 20 Dynasty in Egypt.

It's also a time of upheaval in Sumer:

It's The Middle Elamite period in Elam:

In Canaan (Modern Palestine-Israel-Lebanon), the Philistines move in:

In Greece all sorts of people were moving around:

In Italy, the Albinos are taking over:

In India the Albinos are getting comfortable:

The Urartu kingdom was defeated in Anatolia (Turkey).


By the time you finish reading those pages you will see just how ridiculous those Albino assertions are.

Why they would want us to believe that all of those people were separated, and did not CONSTANTLY interact with each other, is beyond common logic.

But we know that with Albinos, there is always an anti-Black point to the lies.



Also at that time in Ethiopia, the kingdom of Dʿmt arises.


Dʿmt (South Arabian alphabet: Himjar dal.PNGHimjar ajin.PNGHimjar mim.PNGHimjar-ta2.svg; Unvocalized Ge'ez: ደዐመተ, DʿMT theoretically vocalized as ዳዓማት Daʿamat or ዳዕማት Daʿəmat) was a kingdom located in Eritrea and northern Ethiopia that existed during the 10th to 5th centuries BC. Few inscriptions by or about this kingdom survive and very little archaeological work has taken place. As a result, it is not known whether Dʿmt ended as a civilization before Aksum's early stages, evolved into the Aksumite state, or was one of the smaller states united in the Aksumite kingdom possibly around the beginning of the 1st century.


It was also the time of the Sabaean kingdom in Arabia.



Historically, Arabia came be divided into three parts: the relatively advanced African Western part, the Northern Middle Eastern part, and the little known Eastern part (in the historical sense).

The extreme south-west portion of the Arabian Peninsula supported three early kingdoms. The first, the Minaean, was centered in the interior of what is now Yemen, but probably embraced most of southern Arabia. Although dating is difficult, it is generally believed that the Minaean Kingdom existed from 1200 to 650 B.C. The second kingdom, the Sabaean (see Sheba), was founded around 930 B.C. and lasted until around 115 B.C; it probably supplanted the Minaean Kingdom and occupied substantially the same territory. The Sabaean capital and chief city, Ma’rib, flourished as did no other city of ancient Arabia, partly because of its controlling position on the caravan routes linking the seaports of the Mediterranean with the frankincense-growing region of the Hadhramaut, and partly because a large nearby dam provided water for irrigation. The Sabaean Kingdom was widely referred to as Saba, and it has been suggested that the Queen of Sheba mentioned in the Bible and the Quran, who visited King Solomon of Israel in Jerusalem in the 10th century B.C, was Sabaean. Both the Bible and the Quran mention that under Soloman's rule the Kingdom of Israel included territories on the peninsula east of the Jordan river. The Islamic view of Solomon, holds that those territories reached as far south as Yemen.


Hebrew-Roman historian Josephus describes a place called Saba, as a walled royal city of Ethiopia, which Persian king Cambyses afterwards named Meroe. He says "it was both encompassed by the Nile quite round, and the other rivers, Astapus and Astaboras" offering protection from both foreign armies and river floods. According to Josephus it was the conquering of Saba that brought great fame to a young Egyptian Prince, simultaneously exposing his personal background as a slave child named Moses.

Modern archaeological evidence increasingly supports Sheba being located in modern Yemen at or near the site of the famous Marib Dam, which was first built more than 2500 years ago. Some scholars suggest a link to the Sabaeans of southern Arabia. A number of sources claim that the people of Sheba controlled trade in the Red Sea, and expanded at some point from Arabia into Africa to found trading posts in the lands currently called Eritrea and Somalia.

In the medieval Ethiopian cultural work called the Kebra Nagast, Sheba was located in Ethiopia. Some scholars therefore point to a region in northern Tigray and Eritrea which was once called Saba (later called Meroe), as a possible link with the Biblical Sheba. Other scholars link Sheba with Shewa (also written as Shoa, modern Addis Ababa) in Ethiopia. Ruins in many other countries, including Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, Egypt, Eritrea and Iran have been credited as being Sheba, but with only minimal evidence. There has even been a suggestion of a link between the name "Sheba" and that of Zanzibar (“San-Sheba”).


















At about that time in Eastern Europe, "The Thracian's" were developing:

(Eastern Europe was the first battle-grounds between Black Europeans and the Invading Central Asian Albinos. Thus they experienced Albinos long before the rest of Europe).

The origins of the Thracian's remain obscure because of the absence of written historical records. Evidence of proto-Thracian's in the prehistoric period depends on remains found in tombs. Proto-Thracian tombs can be found dating back to 3,000 B.C, when what can be termed as 'proto-Thracian' culture began to form. It is generally proposed that a proto-Thracian people developed from a mixture of the indigenous Black people and the White Kurgan invaders during the Kurgan expansion in around 1,500 B.C.


The Thracians were a group of Indo-European tribes inhabiting a large area in southeastern Europe. They spoke the Thracian language – a scarcely attested branch of the Indo-European language family. The study of Thracians and Thracian culture is known as Thracology.

Ha,ha,ha,ha: My,my, how far we have come!
This is the first drawing of historical Europeans, where the Albinos accurately drew the people as being Black people!




























By 300 B.C. Mulattos were commonplace. But from this mural, it appears Blacks retained Kingship.























The first historical record about the Thracians, is found in the Iliad (Iliad, ancient Greek epic poem attributed to Homer- see note below), where they appear as allies of the Trojans. By the 5th century B.C, the Thracian presence was pervasive enough to have made Herodotus (in book 5) call them the second-most numerous people in the part of the world known by him (after the Indians) - and potentially the most powerful - if not for their disunity. The Thracians in classical times, were broken up into a large number of groups and tribes, though a number of powerful Thracian states were organized, such as the Odrysian kingdom of Thrace, and the Dacian kingdom of Burebista.


Divided into separate tribes, the Thracians did not manage to form a lasting political organization until the Odrysian state was founded in the fifth century BC. A strong Dacian state appeared in the first century BC, during the reign of King Burebista. Including the Illyrians, the mountainous regions were home to various peoples regarded as warlike and ferocious Thracian tribes, while the plains peoples were apparently regarded as more peaceable.

Thracians inhabited parts of the ancient provinces of Thrace, Moesia, Macedonia, Dacia, Scythia Minor, Sarmatia, Bithynia, Mysia, Pannonia, and other regions of the Balkans and Anatolia. This area extended over most of the Balkans region, and the Getae north of the Danube as far as beyond the Bug and including Panonia in the west.



At about this time in China, the Dynasties of the creators of Chinese civilization - The Black Shang - are defeated.



Conquest of the Black Shang

Like the other peoples of the great Eurasian plains, the (presumed) White Zhou (the Chariot decoration says they were Black like the Shang), were a nomadic tribe, they lived to the west of the Shang kingdom. Due to their nomadic ways, they learned how to work with people of different races and cultures. After a time, they settled in the Wei River valley, where they became vassals of the Shang. The Zhou eventually became stronger than the Shang, and in about 1040 B.C, they defeated the Shang in war. Part of their success apparently came about because of their ability to gain the allegiance of disaffected Shang city-states. The Shang had also been weakened by constant warfare with an unknown people to the north. After their victory, the Zhou built their capital in Xi'an.

Traditional Chinese history says that the Zhou were able to defeat the Shang, because the Shang had degenerated morally. Part of this belief may have been propagandized by the Zhou themselves, they were proponents of the Mandate of Heaven. The Zhou used this idea to validate their takeover and subsequent ruling of the former Shang kingdom. The Mandate of Heaven says that Heaven places the mandate to rule, on any family, that is morally worthy of the responsibility. And the only way to know if the Mandate of Heaven has been removed from the ruling family, is if they are overthrown. So if the ruler is overthrown, then the victors had the Mandate of Heaven. In other words, if you win, then god must be on your side, and wanted it that way; perfect victors logic.


BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY (as regards our subject place and times),



Sea people Inscriptions in
The Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III

Commonly called "Medinet Habu Temple"


A striking feature of the land battle scene is the imagery of ox-pulled carts carrying women and children in the midst of a battle. These carts seem to represent a people on the move (Sandars 1985: 120).

The other famous relief at Medinet Habu regarding the Sea Peoples is of the sea battle. This scene is also shown in a disorganized mass, but as was mentioned earlier, was meant to represent chaos, again contradicting the Egyptians’ descriptions of the military success and organization of the Sea Peoples. The sea battle scene is valuable for its depictions of the Sea Peoples' ships and their armaments.




The following texts are adapted from the translation by James Henry Breasted (2001).

Note: Dashes --- indicates missing piece: Brackets () {} [] indicates uncertainity of words.

Excerpt from Ramesses III's speech about the war against the Sea Peoples.

Quote: The countries -- --, the [Northerners] in their isles were disturbed, taken away in the [fray] -- at one time. Not one stood before their hands, from Kheta, Kode, Carchemish, Arvad, Alashia, they were wasted. {The}y {[set up]} a camp in one place in Amor. They desolated his people and his land like that which is not. They came with fire prepared before them, forward to Egypt. Their main support was Peleset, Tjekker, Shekelesh, Denyen, and Weshesh. (These) lands were united, and they laid their hands upon the land as far as the Circle of the Earth. Their hearts were confident, full of their plans.


Link to Sea Peoples page:


3,000 years ago, sounds very long ago, but historically, it's just 1,000 B.C.

A well documented time, with upheavals all over the world, and people moving around, all over the world.

So what would motivate these Albino "so-called" scientists to make it seem like some mysterious and unknown time.

And what would motivate these Albino "so-called" scientists, to make it seem like ONE SKELETON from a cave in Ethiopia, from 1,000 B.C. would have a genetic impact on Africa's 1.5 to 2 Billion people (see comment).

Or even more stupidly - indicate a unique migration event.

Albinos seem to be getting stupider and stupider, in trying to save their bullshit histories.

1) The African population is estimated to be 1.2 Billion people. This in spite of the fact that no African country has an accurate count of it's population. As an example: Nigeria is Africa's richest and most populous country. But half of it's population is Muslim, they have been at odds with the Christian population for generations. Does anyone think that either side would give the other an accurate count of it's population? Thus the inaccuracy of each country is multiplied by the number of African countries (55). Obviously the 1.2 Billion number was generated by Albinos anxious to hide Black populations and thus Black power - it should be treated as a very, very, loose approximation.


Another quote from this silly study:

Quote: The ancient genome predates a mysterious migratory event which occurred roughly 3,000 years ago, known as the 'Eurasian backflow', when people from regions of Western Eurasia such as the Near East and Anatolia suddenly flooded back into the Horn of Africa.

Doesn't that sound like mysterious "White people" secretly sliding into Africa for mysterious reasons?

It's just more Albino bullshit. The people of those places and time, are well known to us, we even have pictures of them.


These are pictures of those people created by Egyptian artists of the reign of Rameses III.

Ceramic tiles depicting Levant people: from the temple of Ramesses III ( Reign 1186–1155 B.C.) 20th Dynasty.


These are pictures of those people created by artists of the Persian Empire, circa 500 B.C.

(These pictures include pictures of all the citizens of the Persian Empire, which reached into lands east of Persia, and included White/Albino people - see included map).


On 29 January 2016, the following article was published in "Nature" Magazine by Ewen Callaway.

Quote: Error found in study of first ancient African genome. Finding that much of Africa has Eurasian ancestry was mistaken. An error has forced researchers to go back on their claim that humans across the whole of Africa carry DNA inherited from Eurasian immigrants.


That's what happens when you are trying to prove a lie!

Ya, Albino anthropologists are REAL bright!

Link to the article:


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