Origin of the Aryans

Discussion in 'History' started by Vega, May 9, 2007.

  1. R1D2 many leagues under the sea. Valued Senior Member

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    Very informitive Mr Rocker. And I agree we don't have a clue.
     
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  3. aryandawn Registered Member

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    this is the real truth of the aryans here @ aryandawn.org
     
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  5. dumbest man on earth Real Eyes Realize Real Lies Valued Senior Member

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    Real eyes realize real lies !!
     
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  7. R1D2 many leagues under the sea. Valued Senior Member

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    As I stated some don't like OLD threads restarted.
    Don't see that @ .org. But there is a "skin head" band by that name I came across.
    Are you a spammer?
     
  8. quarklet8 Registered Member

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    Finns and Aryans

    The Aryans aren't the same as all Indo-Europeans. They were a Bronze Age group from Iran which spread into central Asia and India. They and the Greco-Latins probably originated in the Black Sea basin which was filled in by the Mediterranean in about 5500 BC. I doubt Nordics were originally Indo-Europeans. Rather, they were Finns before becoming Indo-Europeans. Only as "Aryans" pushed west did the Celtic and Nordic languages form...
     
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  9. ofnoblekind Registered Member

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    Please visit my homepage url in my avatar for info on the aryan race origins.

    Thanks
     
  10. kmguru Staff Member

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    I missed the link...thanks...
     
  11. R1D2 many leagues under the sea. Valued Senior Member

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    Kmguru I did a search of the name. Thought that might be it. Several pages later. I don't see the link either... DNK :shrug:
     
  12. Fraggle Rocker Staff Member

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    The Germanic people crossed into Scandinavia sometime between 1600 and 700BCE. At this time the Finnish people had not come into existence; the Uralic people living in that region at that time were the Sami (formerly called "Lapps")--who actually arrived about the same time as the Germanic people. Since they inhabited different parts of the region, it's reasonable to believe the DNA evidence and say that they were unrelated: the Germanic people were Indo-European and the Sami were Uralic.

    The first Indo-European tribe to enter Europe was the Celts, and they pretty much had the place to themselves for several centuries. Coming from a region where the technology of agriculture had been established for millennia, they quickly dominated the still-Paleolithic Cro-Magnon and marginalized them. It's been suggested that the Basques are the only living descendants of the Cro-Magnon (since they are clearly not Indo-Europeans nor of any other known ethnic group), but since we apparently don't have any clean samples of Cro-Magnon DNA, we may never be able to answer that question.

    Other non-Indo-European peoples found their way to Europe. The most well-known were the Etruscans. Again, we have no DNA samples; coupled with the fact that we have so few examples of their language that we can't decipher it, this makes it impossible to figure out where they came from.

    The Hellenic and Italic tribes arrived in southeastern Europe about 3,000 years ago, and established a great civilization which, arguably, is the same one we live in now. (Speaking for the Americans and Europeans on this website.)

    The Celts were so thoroughly overrun by the next wave of invaders that they have, in turn, been marginalized. Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Brittany are the only places where Celtic languages are spoken and the people have primarily Celtic ancestry. Cornwall and the Isle of Man are also populated by Celtic people, and there is a movement to restore their Celtic languages, which are well recorded.
     
  13. river

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    Of course the origin of the Aryans came from the Anunnaki

    Enki had a son , " bright eyes the colour of the sky ; and light hair as the " golden sun "

    From michael tellinger's book , Slave Species of the Gods ( pg. 481 )
     
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  15. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    taklamakan mummies =Scythians ?
     
  16. madethesame Banned Banned

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    aryans migrated outside of india.
    it is lie created of indian invasion by 'them'. they want people to think that real indians never wrote vedas and upanishads.
     
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  19. Amar Nath Reu Be your own guru Registered Senior Member

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    Yes, the Aryans bifurcated from the Pontic Steppes. Some went West to Europe, others went East to Iran and India before 2,000 BC (for the Greeks, Orion remained important). Indians changed the beginning of the year from Orion (Mrigashiras) to Pleiades (Krittika) to Areitis (Ashwini). That is why 2,000 BC.

    Where they came from? Some place where there was a long night of two-months, the dawn lasted for 30 days, and where the priests (Atharvans and Angirasas) completed their sacrificial year in 9 or 10 months.
     
  20. krash661 [MK6] transitioning scifi to reality Valued Senior Member

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    aryan race runs deeper than anything i have read here. tho i did like river's comment.
     
  21. Amar Nath Reu Be your own guru Registered Senior Member

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    If we go by RigVeda, then humans were created for birth and death out of the Eighth son of God Mother Aditi, Martanda, who was born unformed.

    "Eight are the Sons of Aditi who from her body sprang to life, with seven she went to meet the Gods she cast Martanda far away.
    So with her Seven Sons Aditi went forth to meet in the earlier age, She brought Martanda thitherward to spring to life and die again."
    http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/rigveda/rv10072.htm, verse 8 & 9.
     
  22. krash661 [MK6] transitioning scifi to reality Valued Senior Member

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    there is no evidence to show it's reality but it is something interesting.

     
  23. Amar Nath Reu Be your own guru Registered Senior Member

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    From above: Aryans were from a place where there was continuous sun-shine for seven months and the sun faltered in the eighth month.
    is there such a place in the world? What about Arctic regions?
     
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