posted on Aug, 20 2014 @ 04:17 AM
a reply to: Ridhya
There are reports that suggest the Tutankhamun haplotype shown were the genuine results.
That aside, there were white skinned light or red haired peoples around at the era of Ancient Egypt and probably well before which is the point and
something that modern taught science has been hiding.
The link shows some clips but if you do a search for the programme it shows plenty, it was just an example, there are many more examples.
This site has plenty of images of how ancient Egyptians portrayed race and you will see there are light skinned, blue eyed, blonde and red haired
People disputing these facts are obviously basing their prejudices on an agenda and I would say it is a racist agenda.
Being white and knowing there were white people in far history is a fact the racists need to accept.
I am white and not ashamed of my skin colour or of knowing actual facts and truth about history and having the intelligence for denying ignorance and
seeking the truth for human evolution, genetics, migration, civilization, cultures etc.
And to keep on topic, these light skinned, light haired, light eyed peoples could be the origins of 'Viking'.
In 1975 the Egyptian government asked French scientists to attempt preservation of the mummy of Rameses. After the work was complete the mummy was
returned in a hermetically sealed casket, and it has remained hidden from public view ever since, concealed in the bowels of the Cairo Museum. The
results of the study were published in a lavishly illustrated work, edited by L. Balout, C. Roubet and C. Desroches-Noblecourt, and titled La Momie de
Ramsès II: Contribution Scientifique à l’Égyptologie (1985).
Professor P. F. Ceccaldi, with a research team, studied some hairs from the mummy’s scalp. Rameses II was 87 years old when he died, and his hair
had turned white. Ceccaldi determined that the reddish yellow color of the hair was due to a dye with a dilute henna solution. Microscopic
examinations showed that the hair roots contained natural red pigments, and that therefore, during his younger days, Rameses II had been a red head.
Analysis concluded that these red pigments did not result from the hair somehow fading, or otherwise being altered after death, but did represent
Rameses’ natural hair color.
“After having achieved this immense work, an important scientific conclusion remains to be drawn: the anthropological study and the microscopic
analysis of hair, carried out by four laboratories: Judiciary Medecine (Professor Ceccaldi), Société L’Oréal, Atomic Energy Commission, and
Institut Textile de France showed that Rameses II was a ‘leucoderm’, that is a fair-skinned man, near to the Prehistoric and Antiquity
Mediterranean’s, or briefly, of the Berber of Africa.”
edit on 20-8-2014 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason given)