Live Homo Erectus Throwback Discovered in Brazil
HE LIVES in Toca da Esperanca in the State of Bahia near the east coast of Brazil. This area has a particularly large ethnically African population.
The video first emerged in late December on YouTube. Little information was posted along with the video. It was posted originally by an anonymous account.
Now we learn more, from Vonetta McGhie at Facebook:
“Homo erectus found in Brazil — site at the Toca da Esperanca caves in the state of Bahia, northeastern Brazil. Apparently there is findings to this effect in the Itaboraí Basin in Rio de Janeiro.”
There have also been other apparent erectus throwbacks, one in Asia being very similar-looking to this recent Brazil example, though with a somewhat Asian cast to its features. The re-emergence of erectus features (just as one sometimes gets re-emergence of far more advanced neanderthal features in Europeans — think of massive Russian boxer Nikolai Valuev, among others) is a far more plausible theory than “Bigfoot hybrids” or aliens raping native women.
Dr. William Pierce once speculated back in the 1970s that another such specimen (“Bassou” from Morocco), might have been a man-ape hybrid, but the re-emergence theory due to ancient admixture with pre-humans is more likely, due to the very similar appearance of these widely separated examples. It is also a better explanation than the suggestion that such creatures are simply examples of microcephaly: Microcephalics do not exhibit such unusually long arms — and are almost always of very short stature, unlike the types we’re discussing here.
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Source: Subspeciesist and National Vanguard correspondents