Ancestors of “Modern Europeans” – (anatomically modern humans – Homo sapiens sapiens – “Neanderthals” or “Brightened” Skin Color” or ” ‘Bleached’ Black African Migrants”?

With regard to “brightened black Africans,” Joel a. Rogers in 1967 quoted Schopenhauer as having stated the following:

‘There is no such thing as a white race, much as this is talked of … But every white man is a faded or bleached one.’

“Von Luschan, late of the University of Berlin, said:

‘We now know that color of skin and hair are only the effect of environment and that we are fair only because our ancestors lived for thousands, or probably tens of thousands of years, in sunless and foggy countries.  Fairness is nothing else than lack of pigment and our ancestors lost part of theirs because they did not need it.’

And Brinton says as regards this theory:

‘The most completely white communities are found among the Slavonic populations of southern and central Russia.  Their hair is colorless and their complexion so near a ‘dead white’ that one anthropologist (Theodor Posche) has selected the vast Roketno swamps as the original home of the white race which he thinks arose by endemic albinism.’ “   —  [Note the following with regard to that geographic location —  Dmansi – Southern Republic of Russia:

Harold L Carter, The African Heritage in World History and Human Biologicl and Cultural History:  From Prehistoric Times and the Earliest Civilizations to the 21st Century (2012), Chapter 7:       Homo erectus and Archaic homo sapiens)

The first Eurasian Homo Erectus:

Chapter 7:       Homo erectus and Archaic homo sapiens)The first Eurasian Homo Erectus:

“The first place of settlement of the first African migrants was not in Eurasia but in the eastern region of Java, Indonesia 181 million years ago.  The first settlement in northeastern,central and southern Eurasia occurred 1.9 million years ago in the what is now the Southern Republic of Russia, Dmansi.

L. Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Paolo Menozzi, Alberto Piazza, The History And Geography Of Human Genes (Princeton University Press: Princeton, New Jersey), 1994 and

Christopher Stringer and Robin Mc Kie, African Exodus: The Origins Of Modern Humanity (Henry Holt And Company: New York), 1996 provided evidence that people of African descent are traceable back to the migration of Africans to Asia or Eurasia during prehistoric times 1.9 million years ago thousands of years prior to Wurm II and the the Upper Paleolithic 50.000 to 30,000 years ago.

Homo erectus – Java Man: (Eurasian Mojokerto child fossil is 1.8 million years old) – the same age as the African homo erectus found at Koobe For a in Kenya.  Sangiran, located in central Java  that is 1.66 million years old.” —’s_rule

Eurocentrist wish to imply that Neanderthals are “European” — Produced in Europe – and “white” or “caucasian” and “ancestral to “modern Europeans”! … By this they overlook the fact that Neanderthals are derived from black African Homo erectus — the “First Europeans” –  migrating to Eurasia (no “Europe” geographically existed then) 1.9 million years ago (from whom also the 500,000 Mauer Germany fossil was derived) with archaeological evidence, fossil bones and tools, found in Dmansi, now the Southern Republic of Russia, indicating “African” features and tool industry.   The black African Homo erectus undergoing climatic adaptation similar to that Esikomos in a very cold climate, stout, “shorter  limbs” (“Allen’s law) while black Africans as pointed out by Cheikh Anta Diop were darker skinneed living in tropical Africa near the Equator according to “Gloger’s rule”).  The “bleaching” out occurred following the black African migration north due to “natural selection,” – “genetic change,” “mutation,” as described in evolutionary terminology.  —  “Allen’s rule” —

“Gloger’s rule” —   –’s_rule


About Harold L Carter

Bachelor of Science, Columbia University Masters degree, Ohio State University Undergraduate National Officer, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Eastern Asst Vice President, when a student at Columbia University Profile Photograph: Mom & Me, when I was a graduate student
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  1. In Stephen Molnar, Human Variation: Races, Types, and Ethnic Groups, Sixth Edition Pearson, Prentice Hall: Upper Saddle River, New Jersey), Editorial Assistant Lee Peterson), 1983, 1992, 1998, 2002, 2006, Chapter 5: “Traits of Complex Inheritance and Their Adaptations,” Section: “Skin Color, Geography, and Natural Selection,” subsection: “Skin Color and Evolution,” it was indicated:
    “The wealth of accumulating fossil evidence supports earlier hypotheses that our immediate ancestors evolved in the tropics and spread into, and permanently occupied, the northern latitudes relatively recently in time. This was probably not before the third interglacial period about 120,000 years ago. At this time these prehistoric populationjs were probably dark skinned and suffered the detrimental effects common to deeply pigmented peoples living in regions of low UVR. The selection for peoples who could thrive under such conditions–that is,relatively depigmented fair-skinned peoples–has lasted until the present century. There is evidence that the adjustment to these selective forces must have taken thousands of years. Even during the Mesolithic period, between 15,000 and 10,000 years ago, northern European populations suffered from poor mineralization. Skeletal remains from Sweden and other areas of northern Europe dating to this period show many signs of poor calcification of their teeth and bones. Likewise, similar evidence is seen among skeletal materials dating from medieval times.

    “Two things made possible our continuous survival in the northern latitudes. The first is the steady decline in pigmentation throughout hundreds of generations or, rather selection favoring the survival of individuals whose genes influenced lesser melanization resulting in lighter skins.
    “The second is the increased use of fish in the diet during the past 6,000 yearsCparticularly herring that is rich in vitamin D-bearing oils. Eventually, though no one know where the practice began, a home remedy for rickets was introduced: the use of fish liver oils to cure this childhood disease. There also developed the practice of placing infants outside, even during the coldest months, to be exposed to the ‘fresh air and sunshine.’ Both of these measures have the same end results and have helped our species to sustain life and maintain large populations in northern Europe. … ”

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