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« Reply #165 on: November 16, 2008, 03:47:55 am »

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Boreas,
Really apt statement by Churchward there!

I am really excited by the statement by the Oxford Professor Crow. If he knew the underscoring of that idea by the Bock saga, it would give him a lot to chew on!

 
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HEAVY MILK-ADDICT?
There is always someone making it differently. Some time ago they started squeezing the milk out of cows, - and drink it, - just like babies sipping from mothers breasts...

For some reason this culture become very strong - at least among some societies. So strong that they eventually went through thick and thin to develop a resistence towards the poisoning effect that milk-proteins create when digested, leaving the milk-sugar (lactose) behind - in the digestive process. One may wonder what the motivation could be...

For some unbelivably funny reason they carried on drinking cow-milk. While the rest of the worlds adult population quited during youth - the agricultural societies must have continued, - since the result is part of our present reality; namly populations where the larger majority is used to butter, cheese and rockefort. By the accumulation of persistance did these populations start to develop very specific, intestine enzymes, able to split the milk-sugar - and make it part of normal digestion.

But, - thats like asking for a brand new inner organ! The adaption required to gain this ability must have been very demanding -since it ended up as the most clear and typical European haplogroup. Consequently there is a link between the agriculture and genetic development. The early adaption to an agricultural diet would be linked to the haplogroup with the highest tolerance (persistance) of the lacto-diet. Finally this question are about to be answered. One may just wonder - did the Atlanteans drink milk? Here`s the expertise;

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Fresh lessons in the history of milk drinking By
Edward Hollox,
Institute of Genetics, University of Nottingham.

Most people cannot drink milk as adults without the symptoms of lactose intolerance, and most lactose intolerance is due to absence of the lactase enzyme in the gut. This presence/absence is a genetic polymorphism commonly called lactase persistence/nonpersistence, depending on whether or not lactase activity persists from childhood into adulthood.1 In Northern Europe, lactase persistence is common and many people not only drink milk, but culturally it is seen as a healthy and nutritious food. How this happened is now becoming clearer.

Definition
Lactase nonpersistence is the ancestral state, and lactase persistence only became advantageous after the invention of agriculture, when milk from domesticated animals became available for adults to drink. As expected, lactase persistence is strongly correlated with the dairying history of the population. This genetic ability to digest milk has been regarded as a classic example of gene-culture co-evolution, where the culture of dairying creates a strong selective advantage to those who can drink milk as adults, for only they can nutritionally benefit from the milk. A recent paper confirmed this link by analysing the diversity in bovine milk protein genes and showing that the highest gene diversity (and by implication the largest historical population size) is in cows from areas of the world where dairy farming is practised and the people are lactose tolerant.2 In humans, epidemiological analysis has shown that the cultural development of dairying preceded selection for lactase persistence.3 Since dairying is thought to have originated around 10 000 years ago, the selective pressure has been only for the past 400 generations. Despite this short time, there is suggestive evidence of recent positive selection: lactase persistence is associated with one haplotype, which is very common only in northern Europeans, and is distant from the ancestral haplotype.4, 5 Discovery of the possible molecular basis of this polymorphism - a single nucleotide change 14 kb away from the gene, has allowed further analysis of genetic variation associated with lactase persistence/nonpersistence.

Reliability
Proving that the lactase gene has been under recent positive selection in Northern Europe is difficult. As it is a recent regulatory change, codon-based methods that examine the different substitution patterns across a gene are not suitable. Instead, methods relying on allele frequency must be used - which are vulnerable to the fact that frequency patterns produced by selection can also be produced by demographic processes such as changes in population size and genetic drift. A statistic called 'relative extended haplotype homozygosity' (REHH) has been developed, which relies on the fact that a selected haplotype (ie a haplotype on which a relatively recent beneficial mutation has occurred and has risen to high frequency) will have an extended range of linkage disequilibrium (LD) compared with other haplotypes in the population.9 This is because the selected haplotype is young, and hence there has not been enough time for recombination to break it down. We infer that this young haplotype has been driven to a high frequency by positive selection. It is not an ideal method: since it relies on the length of linkage disequilibrium on one haplotype in relation to the frequency of that haplotype, it may be vulnerable to different sampling strategies that could alter the apparent frequency of that haplotype.10 Allele-specific recombination rates could also produce a similar effect. Nevertheless, since it compares variation on different haplotypes across the same region, it is less vulnerable to demographic changes than other population genetic measures.

Positive selection
REHH was used by Joel Hirschhorn's lab to provide further support for positive selection in Northern Europeans.8 It confirms that the haplotype carrying lactase persistence is almost identical for nearly 1 Mb, is therefore young and must have been positively selected to reach the observed frequency of 77% in Northern Europeans. Analysis of markers across this region showed very high genetic differentiation between European Americans (dairying) and Asian/African American (nondairying), suggesting that these markers had hitchhiked on the haplotype carrying lactase persistence. By considering the Asian Americans and African Americans to have a diversity representative of a pre-dairying 'European' population, a selection coefficient of 1.4-15% was calculated - consistent with the 5% previously predicted using a gene-culture co-evolutionary model.11 Did early farmers, who practised mixed farming, really rely on milk so much? There is now genetic evidence that they did, although it is still not clear why milk was so important (for discussion, see Hollox and Swallow12).

 
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Two different mutations
Most studies for practical reasons have focused on lactase persistence in Europe, but lactase persistence is also common in certain tribes in Africa that have a history of dairying. Is lactase persistence in these people caused by the same mutation - as would seem likely - and has it been under positive selection as well? The first part of this question has been answered by Mulcare et al.13 Their paper shows that the putative causative allele 14 kb upstream from the lactase gene is not at frequencies high enough for it to be the causative allele in Africa, even when the inherent errors in lactose tolerance testing are taken into account. There could be two reasons for this - either the allele is not causative at all and is merely strongly associated with the causative allele, or in Africans lactase persistence is due to another mutation. The first reason is possible, especially given the high LD across the region - many polymorphisms within this region will be strongly associated with lactase persistence just by virtue of being on the same huge haplotype. But functional studies from two groups show that the putative causative allele is a gain-of-function mutation increasing the expression driven from the lactase promoter in reporter gene assays in a human intestinal cell line.14, 15 So what about the second reason - a different causative mutation in Africans? Intuitively, this seems unlikely, but given the powerful selective advantage of being lactase persistent any mutation is very unlikely to be lost by genetic drift. It is possible that another mutation in the same regulatory element, a different element, or even in a trans-acting transcription factor may be responsible for lactase persistence in Africans. The answer will only be found by further genetic analysis of this locus in Africans.

Mendelian composits
As well as examining the role of this polymorphism in human evolution, this work provides an interesting case study for those concerned with finding alleles that confer susceptibility to common disease. In this case, we have a clear clinical phenotype (lactose tolerance) with a very strong well-defined Mendelian genetic component (lactase persistence/nonpersistence polymorphism), and a well-defined 'candidate' gene (LCT, lactase). Despite these factors, the causative polymorphism has proved difficult to discover, and the most likely causative polymorphism is located 14 kb away in an L2 repeat within an intron of another gene. Added to this, if this polymorphism is causative, then it is not the causative polymorphism in all populations. If there is a lesson to be learned from this, it is that the genetics of complex disease are likely to be very complex indeed.


European Journal of Human Genetics (2005) 13, 267-269. doi:10.1038/sj.ejhg.5201297 Published online 15 December 2004.
E-mail: ed.hollox@nottingham.ac.uk

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« Reply #168 on: November 16, 2008, 03:49:46 am »

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Very interesting Boreas,
One more clear piece of evidence.

I am curious about the genetic history of the African Masai tribe, who's main nutrition (I believe) is from a combination of milk mixed with blood, which is tapped from the neck-vein of the cows.

 
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« Reply #169 on: November 16, 2008, 03:49:57 am »

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Using the cows blood as a catalyst to easen the digestion of the milk. Honey added...
 
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Ata,
I had the pleasure of reading the link you gave us some time ago;
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Here is a link which claims that most of the Indo-European peoples (including the Vedic people of India) originated near Finland, during 5000-2000 BC when Finland's climate was warmer than the present by 4 degrees Centigrade. http://www.dipmat.unipg.it/~bartocci/ep6/ep6-vinci2.htm
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I just tried to repeat it - but couldnt get it to open. Nor did I get through on the main site. What to do?
 
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Underwater arrowheads, tools dazzle Maritime historians
22 Feb 2005 12:25:15 EST
CBC News

HALIFAX - Archaeologists are showing off a treasure trove they call one of the most significant discoveries of Mi'kmaq artifacts in Nova Scotia.
Hundreds of arrowheads and tools, some 8,000 years old, were discovered last summer along the Mersey River, near Kejimkujik National Park in the southwest region of the province.

Workers from Nova Scotia Power were doing repairs to generating stations on the river. As water levels dropped in some areas, the riverbed was exposed for the first time since dams were built 70 years ago.
Suddenly hundreds of artifacts appeared in the mud. "The quantity of material, the quality of material, the age range represented by the material, all is just fascinating for us," said archaeologist Bruce Stewart, who was hired to investigate.

Pottery fragments, spear points, knives and other items were found around 109 ancient campsites. One barbed harpoon was once used to spear salmon and eels 3,000 years ago, Stewart said. Since the artifacts were lying on the surface, the RCMP was brought in to control looting. Even the discovery was kept a secret.

"I think this is vitally important," Mi'kmaq historian Daniel Paul said of the find.
"There was a real functioning civilization here when the Europeans began to come here en masse, but the proof has been virtually destroyed. And all of a sudden we are finding the proof."


The Mersey River encampments are once again under water. The artifacts will be sent to the Nova Scotia Museum once Stewart and his team finishes sorting them.
http://www.cbc.ca/story/science/national/2005/02/17/artifacts050217.html


 
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South Carolina fire pit dated to be 50,000-year-old
In the growing debate about when people first
appeared on the North American continent, a
leading archaeologist said he has discovered
what could be sooty evidence of human occupation
in North America tens of thousands of years
earlier than is commonly believed.
University of South Carolina archaeologist
Al Goodyear said he has uncovered a layer of
charcoal from a possible hearth or fire pit at a
site near the Savannah River (see also Archaeo
News 3 July 2004). Samples from the layer have
been laboratory-dated to more than 50,000 years
old. Yet Goodyear stopped short of declaring it
proof of the continent's earliest human
occupation. "It does look like a hearth," he
said, "and the material that was dated has been
burned." Since the 1960s, anthropologists
have generally accepted that hunters migrated to
North America about 13,000 years ago over a land
bridge into Alaska following the retreat of Ice
Age glaciers.But other sites, including the
Topper dig in South Carolina, have yielded rough
stone tools and other artifacts suggesting that
humans lived in North America thousands of years
earlier when the climate was much colder. While
there is no ironclad proof that an older culture
existed, scientists are increasingly open to the
idea that humans arrived from many other
directions besides the northwest, perhaps even
sailing across oceans. But a 50,000-year-old fire
pit would scorch the prevailing occupation
theory. Goodyear's evidence was examined by
other scientists, who performed radiocarbon tests
on samples to determine their age. Thomas
Stafford, director of Stafford Laboratories in
Boulder, Colo., took samples of the substance for
tests at the University of California at Irvine.
The results showed that wood varieties had been
burned in a low-temperature fire at least 50,300
years ago, he said. Stafford said the layer could
have been the result of a fire tended by humans,
or the ashes could have been deposited by wind,
rain or flooding. Other researchers were
more skeptical of Goodyear's discovery, noting
that previous claims of very old occupation at
other sites never have been verified. "We still
need to be cautious," said Vanderbilt University
anthropologist Tom Dillehay. "I would not yet
rewrite the books. The find is very significant
and shows that there is much we don't understand
and can't easily reject or accept." Other
scientists were blunter. "I think it's a
50,000-year-old geologic deposit," said
University of Texas archaeologist Mike Collins.
"It has almost nothing to do with the story of
the peopling of North America."

Sources: Associated Press, CNN, News-Leader.com,
Yahoo! News (18 November 2004) http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=514&e=13&u=/ap/20041118/ap_on_sc/early_americans_5
http://www.cnn.com/2004/TECH/science/11/17/carolina.dig/index.html http://www.news-leader.com/today/1118-Discoveryp-229184.html


Bronze Age sites in co Wicklow are now protected

The Irish Minister for the Environment has signed
a preservation order to protect two Bronze Age
sites in Co Wicklow. The move is being seen as
showing fresh Government commitment to the
safeguarding of archaeological monuments
throughout the country.
The protection orders were signed following
reports that a prehistoric settlement near
Blessington had been damaged. The Bronze Age
sites include a stone circle and a number of
burial mounds.

Source: Irish Examiner (17 November 2004) http://www.breakingnews.ie/printer.asp?j=102235440&p=yxzz36xzx
 
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Here is an article that supports the idea (asserted in the Bock saga) that domestication of animals was carried out from the Aser by envoys at the end of Ice-time around 9000 years ago.

Pigs domesticated 'many times'

Pigs were domesticated independently at least seven times around the
globe, a new study has found. The discovery was made by linking the
DNA of tame porkers with their wild relatives. Researchers found
farmed pigs in several locations were closely related to wild boar in
the same region, suggesting local domestication. This challenges the
notion that boar were tamed just twice before being transported
throughout the world.
"Many archaeologists have assumed the pig was domesticated in
no more than two areas of the world, the Near East and the Far East,
but our findings turn this theory on its head," said Keith Dobney, of
the University of Durham, UK. "Our study shows that domestication
also occurred independently in Central Europe, Italy, Northern India,
South East Asia and maybe even Island South East Asia."
Archaeological evidence suggests the pig was first domesticated
9,000 years ago in Eastern Turkey. They were also domesticated in
China at around the same time. Until now, archaeologists generally
assumed that after their initial domestication in these two
locations, tame pigs were transported - through trade and human
migration - around the world. In many ways, this is the simplest
explanation: as farming methods spread during the Neolithic, new
innovations and domestic animals were thought to have been passed
through the human population. But it seems the truth is a little more
far fetched. Instead of importing tame pigs, people from several
different countries domesticated the animals themselves.
"There is definitely something a bit weird about it," said
co-author Greger Larson, of Oxford University, UK. "Maybe people
really didn't bring pigs with them during the agricultural sweep as
part of the Neolithic. "Maybe instead of bringing pigs with them they
were domesticating wild boar only."
However, because the researchers have not been able to date the
recently discovered centres of domestication, it is unclear whether
the idea of taming pigs was had independently, or whether it was
transferred between communities. The team found that all domestic
pigs in Europe are descended from European wild boar - and not Near
Eastern boar - which means farmers travelling west from Turkey were
not bringing significant numbers of pigs with them. But that does not
mean they did not bring the good idea of pig domestication with them.
Nonetheless, it raises questions about the process of animal
domestication, and the spread of agricultural ideas.
"Domestication probably isn't just one guy having an ingenious
idea and looking at a wild boar and saying, 'I can get a domestic pig
out of that'," Dr Larson said. "It could be that domestication is
almost a natural consequence of people settling down to farm. "These
findings are forcing the question about the origins of domestication
across all animals."

Source: Science, BBC News (11 March 2005) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4337435.stm
 
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« Reply #175 on: May 15, 2009, 10:52:33 am »

I just peeked in to say that During the highlight of Atlantis the REST of EUROPE
 probably was in the late neo-lithic Era of the Younger DRYAS.

tHUS WHEN THE eGYPTIANS enjoyed their 18-th Dynasty
 Greece -mainland was still in the Magdalian Epoch
 when rthe egyptian king CECROPS established the first greek invaders kingdom there

I try to say that any written Myth like the Irish Formoirs and Thuata de Danann,
is likely to have come from Egyptian invaders and proto Greek vassal nations,
As a heritage folklore and may actually not have played in Europe at all but in Egypt
Thus Atlantis in America and CAYCE " Yuccatan-readings are a perpetrated HOAX"

So the ERIDANUS RIVER in the Baltic and Heracles in the Baltic Era
must have originated from Egypt and later adapted to the new country of settlement.

That the ATLANTIS  SAGA itself is misunderstood and misinterpreted
I tried to prove by my Blue's:3 THUMBnail Rules to" Better be able to Locate the original Atlantis "

We all cherish falsh traditions an becopme cross when some-one like me tell them that they are falsh.
I think however that my discovery of Atlantis in Aden speaks for itself !
Practically no Forum member has yet challenged my Three Rules of Thumb.
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1: ATLANTIS =Fake=Latin name, original Greek: ATHE(=a Region in Aden)
2: Atlantic-OCEAN=Greek: RIVER-of-Atlas+also" Known "World-OCEAN(=Red-Sea)
3: Greek-obsolete-Numeral 'X' caused Plato's Atlantisdate:9000=900
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« Reply #177 on: February 28, 2011, 10:18:03 pm »

Anthropologists Trace Human Origins Back To One Large Goat
 
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http://www.theonion.com/articles/anthropologists-trace-human-origins-back-to-one-la,19191/
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« Reply #178 on: May 13, 2019, 02:55:44 am »

"The Sacred Marriage" explaining The Origin of Man - at the time of Pompeii, when the old, Hellenic culture still existed on the northern shores of the western Med - before the arrival of the hyper-natural pseudo-philosophy of the tyrants able to overthrow the old, indigenous Kingdoms - once responsible for the evolution of the western Meds, from early stone-age to the fall of the Roman kingdom and the consequent republic.

https://holeinthedonut.com/2014/06/24/erotic-art-of-pompeii-herculaneum-italy/

On the islands of Northern Europe the Schools of Knowledge known from Europes pre-religious Antiquity would survive for another millennia, though - until the Holy Roman Empire were able to conquer all of Europe and erase the last traces of the old culture. (Note: Only scrupless, criminal usurpers - acting as reptilians rather than mammals - would conquer old, legal Kingoms with brute and violent force. To fullfill some wet dream of 'building an Empire' to satisfy the greed of some corrupted and scrupless noblemen from some ancient civilization, later known as "The Black Nobility".

Secretly ruling the Roman Empire, as well as the Holy Roman Empire, their accumulated wealth - still intact - is beyond comparision in todays world. They still owe some minimum of 700.000 metric tons of gold, about 3,5 times more than all the gold that's supposed to exist according to public sources. 

Thus they are used to a history "proving" that humankind is of a violent nature - eventhough he's the most intelligent, empatic and communicative of all mammals and primates - whereof NONE share the self-destructive behaviour of the "reptilian humans" able to commit murder and mass-slaugther of their own specie.  The practice of the new-babylonic tyrrants conquering Asia Minor, Egypt and Magreb, Anatolia and the Greek islands were spoiled humans, turning into scrupless criminals to force their brutal rule on whoever they could overcome. In an endless row of raids and campaigns to plunder, loot and enslave the entire world.

Luckily we're living 500 years after the reign of the Holy Roman feudal-system enslaved all of Europe by merecantile monopolies and philosophical dogma. Since the days of Reformation, Enlightenment, Free Science and Free Speech there's been numerous great discoveries from the old, pre-Roman/pre-Religious cultures of Eurasia.

As some hidden stories were revealed from the Norse traditions known throughout Fenno-Scandia the writings of Plato and other scribes from Roman, Greek, Egyptian, Sumerian and Vedic antiquity. Thus we may speak of a common Indo-European culture, following the Indo-European three of languages. Following the descendants of the Cro-Magnon-man of Ice-Age Europe - thorughout the "Temperate Climate-zone" from Iberia and Ireland across arctic Eurasia to Siberia and Tarim, as well as India and Nepal - we find the "Caucasian peoples" evolving into various branches. During the pioneering millennia following the Younger Dryas (11.900 yrs ago) the small group of surviving Caucasians would produce 'royal representatives' that would travel to and mix with the tropical survivors of the last ice-age, found at the coasts of N Africa as well as India, Indo-China and China.

Producing various, patri-linear Kingdoms of mixed descendants - one part arctrical, the other tropical - as the arctical and tropical survivors of Ice-Age, also called "The All-Land-Ice Period", would meet again after eons in isolation from each other. Among these "Atlanteans" - aka 'arians' and 'caucasians' - the legend of out common, human origin have indeed survived. The "missing link" in Darwins theory of evolution was not due to an disability to recognize the nanny-goat as a POSSIBLE candidate. The reason Darwin stuck to the "Ape" only was the heavy stigmatization that the new masters of imperial Rome cursed on anything old and legal, according to ANY old culture with old and wideheld traditions of law and order. Among everything stigmatized the olde idol of the Nanny-Goat as well as the Goat-Buck have been rigorously and most brutally surpressed.

It seems, though, that Erasmus Darwin - Charles grandpa - already knew the old legend of the A-pa and the Nanny-Goat to be the origin of the first bi-pedal, speaking and laughing kids, ready to grow and to become healthy, strong and intelligent creatures - once called "Aser", from whom "All Men" were 'made' or "perfected". Among the Arian christians of N Europ - the legend of the Nanny-Goat and the Monkey were still seem known and reffered to. Here serving as an illustration to the theme: "A Perfect God - A Perfect Mankind".

https://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2014/09/apes-pulling-shapes.html           

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