09-22-2008, 11:37 PM
This is a classic, subtitled , "A Study of the Negro Race".
What is amazing is the fact that it is still available on Google.
09-23-2008, 04:28 AM
Check this out, too. It's called "The Japanese Nation in Evolution" by William Elliot Griffis, published in 1908. This book was written in a time when Darwinism was still quite popular, and researchers could see a definite progression of civilization dating back to a prehistoric source — The Aryans.
The Japanese Nation in Evolution (http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=s4QPx3sQ1W4C&dq=%22The+Japanese+Nation+in+Evolution%22&printsec=frontcover&source=web&ots=0Nwd2EdiAi&sig=de4_LojLvzszTUKNF6e3EYGxy_I&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=1&ct=result#PPP1,M1)
Long before the Third Reich adopted the Aryan Master Race for their mythology in the 1930s, scholars worldwide studied and wrote freely about the prehistoric Aryans and their influence on civilization. In this 100-year-old book, for example, the author explores the fact that the islands of Japan were originally populated by a very ancient White Aryan people (their descendants, known as the Indo-Aryans of Japan, still exist to this day).
This makes perfect sense, since the White Aryans dominated Europe and Asia for thousands of years in prehistory — they are the people responsible for seeding civilization in Europe, Egypt, the Middle East, and all of Asia (including China, India and Japan). Undoubtedly, the Aryans are responsible for the incredible megalithic structures found around the world. And the Aryans first contacted the natives of North and South America — tribal lore on both continents revolves around White Brothers (gods) who taught the natives agriculture and the use of medicines, etc. However, this was thousands of years before the Vikings "discovered" North America.
In this particular book by William Griffis, he acknowledges that the Aryans populated Japan for ages before the islands were colonized by civilized Chinese and Koreans — Ironically, the Chinese and Korean civilizations had been "seeded" by the Aryans thousands of years earlier. Anyway, Griffis wrote this book as sort of a scholarly tribute to the Japanese culture for their rapid rise to a modern empire.
I love the line standing alone on the first page of this book: Race is the key to history.
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