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One of Earth’s earliest civilizations founded not by North Africans or Middle Easterners, as some had theorized, but by people closely related to us. DNA ANALYSIS is unearthing the origins of the Minoans, who some 5,000 years ago established the first advanced Bronze Age civilization in present-day…
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Classic Essays

by Mark Deavin IN JULY 1996 two students wading in the Columbia River at Kennewick, Washington, stumbled across the skeletal remains of a middle-aged European male. At first anthropologists presumed they had discovered a pioneer who had died in the late 1800’s. But radiocarbon dating subsequently…
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PALM READERS claim to be able to see a person’s future in the patterns on their hands, but it seems it is possible to also learn about their ancestral past too from their fingers. (ILLUSTRATION: The fine detail of fingerprints encode information about an individual’s ancestral background,…
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Essays

by Peter Frost MOST HUMANS have black hair, brown eyes, and brown skin. Europeans are different: their hair is also brown, flaxen, golden, or red, their eyes also blue, gray, hazel, or green, and their skin pale, almost like an albino’s. This is particularly the case in northern and eastern Europeans.…
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by Andrew Hamilton IT SEEMS highly significant that so many who become active in the racialist cause finally feel more or less compelled to search for a spiritual foundation upon which to solidly ground their beliefs and ultimately their entire approach to life. Cosmotheism, the Church of the Creator,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The real nature of America on the world stage by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) IN THE Eighteenth Century, some French naturalists, notably Corneille de Pauw and the celebrated Comte de Buffon, noting the differences between mammals of cognate species in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, elaborated…
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