Mongols, Huns, And Native Americans

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I am keenly aware that Black Groups in Oregon are employing Native Americans to depict ALL white people as blood thirsty savages bent on murdering innocent Indians, and enslaving black people – to this very day! And, for this reason they should not be funded, or, allowed to exist. I will be looking for motives for the Huns and Mongols invading the lands of The Whites, and ruthlessly murdering and raping them. They looted – like crazy – and exacted a golden ransom – to be spared! Were the Mongols racists? These Mongols built no cities of great culture, rendered no works of art, engaged in science and medicine – and invented – nothing! Not like white folks have! How about books? Did they write and perform plays? It appears they enjoyed being polished Killers! What did they do with all that gold?

There may be a genetic link between the Mongol-Huns, and Native Americans. I have so much to write on this subject, that I choose to briefly post on this – before the elections! Many groups are canceling the contribution the Caucasian European Race has made to American History, and thus, a case is being made – it is a just obligation to REPLACE White History. I suspect this Just Replacement Crusade is driving Caucasians, who are on the cusp, to vote Republican – even though they know inhabitants of the Red States are un-cultured racists out to found a Christian Nation. The Reds bristle at the accusations they owe Blacks and Native Americans – a living! When they enter a polling place, they get to cast a SECRET ballot. No one will know – what they really think, and what they truly believe. It does not look good, and there will be much discussion – after the elections! Our Democracy – hangs in the balance.

I just discovered the White Huns and a coin that looks like Meher Baba. We are in a Tribal State. Consider our Civil War. Very few Black People -thank White Union Soldiers for laying down their life so they can be free. WHY? Is it because they killed their Mongol-blooded……Brother?

Huns and Mongol DNA permeates Eastern European People. Did Christian priests forbid white women to marry a Hun – who took white slaves? How many white women were raped, and had a Mongol child? Did Europeans know how to abort un-born babies?

Our Democracy is on the auction block. To the victor goes the spoils.

John Presco

While investigating the impact of Huns on European DNA, researchers discovered that haplotype Q was the likely genetic core of these Asian invaders. The Huns were predominately carriers of Q1b and Q1a2 Y-chromosomes. Native Americans are predominately Q1a3a. This suggests that Huns and Native Americans share an ancestor from about 18,000 years ago, most likely from the Altai Mountains.

The Huns were a nomadic people who lived in Central Asia, the Caucasus, and Eastern Europe between the 4th and 6th century AD. According to European tradition, they were first reported living east of the Volga River, in an area that was part of Scythia at the time;[1] the Huns’ arrival is associated with the migration westward of an Iranian people, the Alans.[2] By 370 AD, the Huns had arrived on the Volga, and by 430 the Huns had established a vast, if short-lived, dominion in Europe, conquering the Goths and many other Germanic peoples living outside of Roman borders and causing many others to flee into Roman territory. The Huns, especially under their King Attila, made frequent and devastating raids into the Eastern Roman Empire. In 451, the Huns invaded the Western Roman province of Gaul, where they fought a combined army of Romans and Visigoths at the Battle of the Catalaunian Fields, and in 452 they invaded Italy. After the death of Attila in 453, the Huns ceased to be a major threat to Rome and lost much of their empire following the Battle of Nedao (c. 454). Descendants of the Huns, or successors with similar names, are recorded by neighboring populations to the south, east, and west as having occupied parts of Eastern Europe and Central Asia from about the 4th to 6th centuries. Variants of the Hun name are recorded in the Caucasus until the early 8th century.

In the 18th century, French scholar Joseph de Guignes became the first to propose a link between the Huns and the Xiongnu people, who lived in northern China from the 3rd century BC to the late 1st century AD.[3] Since Guignes’ time, considerable scholarly effort has been devoted to investigating such a connection. The issue remains controversial, but recent archaeogenetic studies suggest their Xiongnu origin from Mongolia as well as admixture with Scythian and Germanic peoples.[4] Their relationships with other entities such as the Iranian Huns and the Huna people of South Asia have also been disputed.

Hunnic Language

Huns 2

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According to historian Peter Heather, “We do not know what language the Huns spoke and probably never will.” Many believe Hunnic was a Turkic language. However, at the time of Hunnic expansion, this language family was restricted to Central and Eastern Asia. Scholars have attempted to analyze the Hunnic tongue through names of peoples, places, and tribes. However, most of these monikers come from a period where Germanic had become the lingua franca of the Huns.

Chinese annals state that Hunnic was very similar to the language of the Toles, a Turkic tribe. Modern Chinese researchers define it as a “proto-Altaic” language. The Byzantines claimed that Hunnic was the same as the language of the Avars, Bulgars, and Szeklers, the latter of whom claim descent from European Huns. Others believe Slavic speakers are the true inheritors of Hunnic. The reality is that the Huns’ enigmatic language is preserved across many Eurasian Steppe tongues.



Photo credit: Henan Museum

Between 300 BC and 450 AD, a mysterious group of steppe warriors known as the Xiongnu terrorized China. Repeated invasions by these barbarians prompted the construction of fortifications that would later become the Great Wall. To this day, the identity of the Xiongnu remains a mystery. The prevailing theory holds that they were Siberian Mongols. Others believe they were either Turkic, Tocharian, Uralic, or some melange of all of these. One theory holds that the names “Xiongnu” and “Hun” have the same origin.

In 129 BC, war broke out between the Xiongnu and the Han Empire. Eventually, the Han won, destabilizing the kingdom of their northern neighbors. The Xiongnu faced civil war between 60 and 53 BC. In AD 89, after the Battle of Ikh Bayan, the southern Xiongnu became part of the Han Empire, while the northern Xiongnu were expelled from Mongolia. Some believe they continued west, where they became the Huns.

7The Hunnic War Machine


Photo credit: Peter Johann Nepomuk Geiger

The Huns were among the most feared horsemen to ever cross the steppes. Their cavalry consisted of horseback archers made up of lesser nobles and their retainers. They wore loosely woven garments and light armor with either sewn-on scales or linked plates. Accounts state that the armor could sustain blows from the front but was vulnerable around the armpits, suggesting a sleeveless design. The majority of Huns were simply equipped. Nobles and mercenaries could afford more outlandish garb and gear.

During the fourth century, the Huns pushed westward. First, they encountered the Alans, whom they decimated. The Huns incorporated the few surviving Alans into their ranks and continued on to the lands of the Goths. In the 370s, the Huns demolished the Goths, and Greuthung king Ermanaric committed suicide. The Huns pushed the Goths up to the banks of the Danube, right on the Roman Empire’s doorstep.

6Hunnic Stonehenge


Photo credit: Evgenii Bogdanov

In 2016, archaeologists announced the discovery of a 1,500 year-old stone complex in Kazakhstan, built by the Huns. Located on the Caspian Sea’s eastern shore, Altynkazgan is larger than 200 American football fields. The site’s smallest stones measure 4.2 meters by 4.2 meters (14 ft x 14 ft). The largest are astronomical, reaching 34 meters (112 ft) by 24 meters (79 ft). Carvings of creatures and weaponry adorn select stones.

Researchers also discovered a silver saddle cloaked in images of deer, wild boar, and mysterious “beasts of prey.” Researchers believe the designs (or tamgas) were initially carved into leather before they were glued to wooden boards. Finally, silver plates were laid over the shapes. The site was initially found by a local man using a metal detector in 2010. Researchers also discovered two bronze pieces, which were probably part of a whip. At the time the complex was built, the Huns were migrating across the steppes from homelands in the East toward Europe.

5Attila The Hoax

Hoax Attila

Photo credit: World News Daily Report

In March 2014, archaeologists announced that they had found the tomb of Attila the Hun. Construction workers laying the foundations for a bridge in Budapest discovered an ancient burial chamber. The sixth-century sepulcher contained horse skeletons, a sword of meteoric iron, and various Hunnic grave goods, along with human remains. According to historian Albrecht Rumschtein of Budapest’s Lorand Eotvos University, the find was “absolutely incredible” and “definitely seems to be the resting place of the almighty Attila.”

Slight problem: There is no Albrecht Rumchstein, and the remains belonged to a Chinese Ming-era mummy. The story was a promotional stunt by fake news site World News Daily Report. Ancient accounts indicate that Attila died on the night of his wedding to Gothic princess Ildico. According to legend, his men diverted a river and buried Attila in the riverbed. The workers were then slaughtered to keep the grave’s location a mystery.

4Deep Native American Connections

While investigating the impact of Huns on European DNA, researchers discovered that haplotype Q was the likely genetic core of these Asian invaders. The Huns were predominately carriers of Q1b and Q1a2 Y-chromosomes. Native Americans are predominately Q1a3a. This suggests that Huns and Native Americans share an ancestor from about 18,000 years ago, most likely from the Altai Mountains.

Not every Hun was Q. Accounts note that they were a multiethnic confederacy. What’s more, not every European in the Q group is descended from Huns. The Q haplogroup appears prominently in Sweden as a result of spreading northwest out of Siberia. Unlike the Mongols, the Huns did not have an Asian homeland to return to. As a result, they assimilated into the cultures they encountered and left descendants across the steppes. In Eastern Europe, Q1b and Q1a2 cluster just east of the Rhine and north of the Danube—corresponding to Hunnic territories.

3White Huns

White Hun Coin

Photo credit: I, PHGCOM

In the mid-fifth century, Central Asian warriors known as the “White Huns” descended upon the Indian subcontinent. Until the arrival of Muslim conquerors in the 12th century, these Huns became the ruling class of Pakistan and Northern India. The foreign conquerors were absorbed into Hindu culture. However, the Hun invasions broke the local chain of historical tradition. Some sources go so far as to say, “No authentic family or class traditions go back beyond the Huns.”

Little is known of these White Huns. Most Chinese sources trace their origins to Southern Kazakhstan. Others indicate Central China. In a sixth-century account by Procopius of Caesarea, they were Hunnic in both stock and name. Most believe that “White” does not refer to complexion but rather to geographic orientation. The northern Huns were known as the “Black Huns,” the southern Huns were “Blue” and “Green,” and the White Huns came from the West.

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