According to mainstream science European-type races did not cross the land-bridge into the Americas during the last ice age. In ancient times they did not cross the oceans in their crudely made boats of wood to settle in or inhabit distant islands. However, throughout recorded history there have been accounts and evidence that Caucasoid races may have done all that is mentioned; and more.
The Chachapoya were an Andean people of Peru thought to have inhabited the land around 800 AD. A tall, white race with blonde hair who built great structures high up in the mountains, they were known to the Inca as the “Cloud People”.
Conquered by the Inca just years before the Spanish conquistadors arrived, the remaining Chachapoya were absorbed into and ruled by the Incan Empire.
The Chachapoya did not leave behind any written record. What is known of them comes from accounts like the one from Spanish chronicler Pedro Cieza de Leon who noted the Chachapoya were very white, that the men were handsome, the women were beautiful and that they were a gentle group of people.
DNA testing on the mummies they left behind showed the Chachapoya have markers that are associated with Europeans.
The Guanches are a long lost ancient civilization who inhabited the Canary Islands. Thought to have settled there sometime between 1,000 BCE and 100 BCE, the Guanches were said to have long blonde and red hair and that the women were exceptionally beautiful.
The Spanish who frequented the islands thought the Guanches resembled Nordics. They described them as having small features and as being very tall. The men were said to be over six feet tall and the women reportedly reach heights of almost six feet.
The Guanches appearance and characteristics so attracted the Spanish visitors that they often took the Guanches women as their wives.
What few mummies of the Guanches that were able to be salvaged display the red hair and European features as described by the Spanish hundreds of years ago.
In 1722 a Dutch explorer visited Easter Island and found it to be inhabited by three very different races of people. One of these groups had light colored skin and red hair.
Legend says these light-skinned, red-haired people were full of energy and enjoyed working. Known as the “Long Ears”, they used the other races of inhabitants on the island as slaves to create the famous giant heads known as moai.
As is evident from her well preserved body, Egyptian queen Hatshepsut had long blonde hair and Caucasoid features.
Ramses II is believed to have died at the age of 87. Although his mummified body displays gray hair, tests were performed that indicate he was actually a red head in his youth.
A mummy from 3,300 BCE was buried in sand and was kept preserved by the arid dryness of the desert. Kept at the British Museum his red hair has garnered him the nickname “Ginger”.
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