reply to post by davidwaters84
Good for you then. apologies for you getting offended, but, due to the wealth of information available in documented accounts all over the place;
here and a number of places on the net and in hard books, If one were to set out and do proper investigation and research on 'Nordics' alone, they
could make it their life's work and have material for years and years.
Thus, asking questions that have been asked before is a little bit redundant, and a little bit self entitlement.
We're all effected by social conditioning, and currently social conditioning is very much one of convenience and self entitlement. Your question
asked in the say words and way as someone else that asked the question before you, last month, last year, or 10 years ago, is more important because
egocentrically, you believe you'll get better answers by asking that same question than by reading through every other set of answers given.
The trend through social conditioning spread through agents and vectors like social networking sites is remarkably and fascinatingly more and more
prevalent with each passing year.
Convenience is more important than anything.
Unfortunately, most don't know that nothing worth having should ever be expected to be easy, and by extension, anything got, or received with ease
should always be suspect.
'Free', 'easy', or 'convenient' most always come with hidden fees and lots of fine print.
That's getting sidetracked however.
You're use to convenience, and thus asked your question instead of spending years shaking the dust off of every digital archive and paper volume you
could find on the topic until you find satisfaction.
As to 'Nordics' in ancient cultural accounts, people have imaginations, and they elaborate on what they know, to make something just a little bit
more fantastic than real life.
White skin and golden hair may have been the invention of fantasy in dark skinned cultures because, that's just the way of things. White and gold
have always been colors universally associated with good, clean, holy, and valuable, and through extension of that association it's not a very big
leap to make up fictional people with white skin and gold hair, or gold skin and white hair, or all gold, or all white, with wings or not.
... and then life will often be found to have already provided something a culture totally isolated from real white people came up with entirely on
their own by providing real live actual white people. isn't that amazing? They must be the gods!
Poor Aztecs got that one wrong.
The same thing can be found in associations with the color Black. White people ascribed black to bad, untrustworthy, and such. Lots of
Judeo-christian renderings of devils and demons are often pictured black.
Ah, and then what do we see happening to black people at the hands of white people?
Yup. social conditioning.
Look at the Hindu culture, and read the Mahabharata . You've got these wonderful Blue-skinned people with Blonde hair.
Well, it's a roll of the dice. We don't have any blue skinned people, but, every culture develops biases for and/or against certain wavelength
Most commonly it's white and gold, but, hey, the proto-indos liked blue. go figure.
Hopefully you see where this is going with imagination, fantasy, and coincidence.
Of course, there very well may be real 'Nordic' type aliens visiting, but, as said earlier, from a statistical probability standpoint, such
probabilities are quite very small.
that doesn't make it impossible, but, just because a culture has stories about tall, blonde, white people before they ever knew anything about actual
real European blonde haired white people, doesn't mean they actually had real interactions with such.
They had mythologies and color bias/preference/values they chose to integrate and associate with ideologies of mythological beings made up sometime
during the early misty days of their culture.
Hindus liked Blue.
Don't mean there's really blue people zipping around in space because the Mahabharata is indeed one of the oldest epic accounts detailing contact
with people/beings from the stars ya know?
Hindus liked Blue.
That isn't saying there are NOT blue people zipping around in space somewhere, but, it isn't saying there is.
It's all conjecture and speculation led on by circumstantial 'evidence' riddled with total made up fantasy, fraud, imagination, social
conditioning, and even possibly some facts.
There very well may be some Nordics out there, or among us.
I don't have that answer.
i do know, however, how very easily people are influenced by social mechanisms, as well as cultural conditioning and the majority of such cases you
find will be just that.