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Mysterious Celtic Mummies of the Gobi

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Mysterious Celtic Mummies of the Gobi

Postby brucebohn » Wed Apr 09, 2014 8:25 am

An interesting question is did the Celts go east – or did a Caucasoid group of people, perhaps native to the Tarim Basin, go to Europe? Turning the path of travel in the opposite direction could offer confirmation of speculation this region was an ancient ‘homeland’ that spread to other regions – specifically Europe. ... f-the-gobi
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Re: Mysterious Celtic Mummies of the Gobi

Postby wmfinck » Mon Apr 14, 2014 7:32 am

New Dawn is apparently a collection of new-age freaks. The article makes mention of the so-called Tarim Mummies, and then instead of inquiring into any real history, it invokes the names of New-Age idols such as Blavatsky, Churchward, and other pedallers of speculative and anti-historical gibberish.

The worst part is where it asserts that the "Aryan" race spans the color spectrum from black to brown to tan to "creamy white". I don't imagine they could possibly discern that the tendency for certain so-called whites to sleep with niggers is how these black brown and tan "Aryans" were really created.

The bottom of the page states that the author of that article, Philip Coppens, died in 2012 at the age of 41. He died of Angiosarcoma. Apparently, the disease had affected his brain for many years before it took his life.
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