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Eire Ann

Ar Yan

Is the name of this lucky isle pronounced "Ireland", "Ire and", "Ire yan", or "Ar Yan"?



Many people, including the Romans, jews, English, and Catholic Church, have tried to conceal the origins of the word "Aryan", including mis-spelling it.  As can be seen from the above modern spelling, the country "Ireland" was pronounced "Ar-yan" before the "L" was inserted between it.  The three maggi, or the "three wise men" who visited Jesus when He was born were Druids, as "maggi" is the Latin word for "Druid".

Concealing the True Identity of Aryans

In the New Century Dictionary, published in 1927 before Hitler changed its meaning, the definition of "Aryan" didn't include "Nordic" as it now does in the New American Desk Encyclopedia and the Merriam-Webster Collegiage Dictionary.   Instead, it described the historic usage of this word which is Iranian and Indian, or Indo-European.

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It was Nebuchadnezzar, the ancestor to modern Persians or Iranians, who took the Israelites, the ancestors of modern Europeans, into captivity:

2Ch 36:19 And they burnt the house of God, and brake down the wall of Jerusalem, and burnt all the palaces thereof with fire, and destroyed all the goodly vessels thereof.

2Ch 36:20 And them that had escaped from the sword carried he away to Babylon; where they were servants to him and his sons until the reign of the kingdom of Persia:

The results of the latest DNA studies confirm this original definition.

Here's the New American Desk Encyclopedia:

(Sanskrit: noble), name once used for the family of languages now known as Indo-European. The word acquired political connotations in Nazi Germany, being interpreted as "Nordic" or non-Jewish in race, and has thus been discredited in modern usage.

Here's the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary

Main Entry: 1Aryan
Pronunciation: 'ar-E-&n, 'er-; 'r-y&n
Function: adjective
Etymology: Sanskrit Arya noble, belonging to the people speaking an Indo-European dialect who migrated into northern India
Date: 1839
2 a : of or relating to a hypothetical ethnic type illustrated by or descended from early speakers of Indo-European languages b : NORDIC c -- used in Nazism to designate a supposed master race of non-Jewish Caucasians having especially Nordic features
3 : of or relating to Indo-Iranian or its speakers


Main Entry: 2Aryan
Function: noun
Date: 1851


Main Entry: Indo-Aryan
Pronunciation: "in-dO-'ar-E-&n, -'er-; -'r-y&n
Function: noun
Date: 1881
1 : a member of one of the peoples of the Indian subcontinent speaking an Indo-European language
2 : one of the early Indo-European invaders of southern Asia
3 : a branch of the Indo-European language family that includes Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, and other languages spoken primarily in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka -- see INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES table
- Indo-Aryan adjective



Languages and genes

In a worldwide sample of 42 populations, the population closest to the English is the Danish (21), and the one most distant the Mbuti Pygmies of Zaire (2373); genetic distance between the English and the Japanese is assessed at 1244, at 22 with the Germans, 24 with the French , 51 with the Italians, and 204 with the Greeks. The higher the number the greater the genetic distance; the genetic distances seem to relate well to linguistic distances between the various populations.


Moecular Genetics of European Ancestry


Tracing the Genetic History of Modern Man

The genetic distances between the English and other European populations are small. The two greatest are 404 for the Lapps, and 340 for the Sardinians, two populations that contributed few immigrants to the United States. With major European populations, 22 with the Germans, the distances are 24 with the French , 51 with the Italians, and on up to 204 with the Greeks.

In comparison with the much larger genetic distances from the Bantu and West Africans, or the Japanese, South Chinese, or American Indians, the European populations do indeed seem similar to each other. Unless the genes that affect various types of behavior have a frequency difference radically different from the studied genes, genetic differences in behavior between European populations should be small.



What are the percentages of genetic differences between the human races?  Perhaps the best study to date on this subject is that of Masatoshi Nei and Arun K. Roychoudhury (1993).  Nei and Roychoudhury use a different methodology than that of L.L. Cavalli-Sforza et al. (1988), which in their opinion “introduced unreasonable branching patterns into phylogenetic trees,” a reference to Cavalli-Sforza’s grouping of Northeast Asians in the same cluster with Caucasians rather than with Southern Chinese and Southeast Asians. The following percentages of genetic differences between populations and the phylogenetic tree below are from their study.

Percentage of Genetic Distance of the English, Japanese, and Nigerian Populations from Other Populations per Nei and Roychoudhury (1993)

English Distance     Japanese Distance    Nigerian Distance
German .002          Korean .006           Bantu (Natal) .027

Finn .005            Mongolian .012        San-Bushmen .075
Italian .007         S. Chinese .023       Italian .130

North Indian .020    Filipino .026         German .131
Iranian .022         Thai .030             English .133
Lapp .025            Polynesian .035      Finn .133
Mongolian .055       North Indian .040     North Indian .135
Japanese .061        N. Amerind .042       Iranian .136
Korean .061          Iranian .050          Mongolian .141
S. Chinese .073      Finn .054             Korean .143
Filipino .074       Italian .055           Lapp .145
N. Amerind .076     German .057            Japanese .149
Thai .081           English .061           Filipino .150
Polynesian .096     Lapp .061              S. Chinese .155
San-Bushmen .097    Australoid .062       N. Amerind .158
Bantu (Natal) .108  San-Bushmen .108      Thai .161
Australoid .122     Bantu (Natal) .117    Polynesian .166
Nigerian .133       Nigerian .149          Australoid .176
Chimpanzee 1.60     Chimpanzee 1.60        Chimpanzee 1.60

Note: Genetic Differences between English and Italians and English and Indo-Iranians (Aryans)

English-Italian: .007

English-Northern Indian: .020

English-Iranian: o.22

If one were to spatially visualize the first column of the above scale, with a German standing at a distance of 20 feet from an Englishman, a Finn would stand at a distance of 50 feet, an Italian at 70 feet, a northern Indian at 200 feet, a Japanese at 610 feet, a North American Amerindian at 760 feet, a Nigerian at 1,330 feet, and a chimpanzee at 16,000 feet. The greatest percentage of genetic difference is .176 percent between Nigerians and Australian Aborigines. This is 11 percent of the genetic difference of 1.6 percent between humans and chimpanzees, different biological families whose ancestral lines are believed to have separated 6-7 million years ago.6  It is also worth noting that for both the English and the Japanese, representing Europeans and Northeast Asians, the greatest percentage of genetic difference is with the Nigerians, and that the degree of this difference, .133 percent for the English and .149 percent for the Japanese, is very similar.  (The first split in the ancestral lines of the human races, that between Africans and non-Africans, is believed to have occurred 180-270 thousand years ago.)  By comparison, the English and Japanese degree of difference from the Australian Aborigine population, .122 percent for the English and .062 percent for the Japanese, is very different, with the English-Australoid difference twice as great as the Japanese-Australoid difference.

The phylogenetic tree (see attachment)-representative of 26 human populations from Nei and Roychoudhury (1993), which includes the following major population divisions: Africans (A), Caucasians (B), Greater Asians (C), Amerindians (D), and Australopapuans (E)-graphically illustrates the genetic relationships of the different populations.

This phylogenetic tree shows that genetic studies group the populations of humanity into superclusters and clusters that are consistent with the traditional racial divisions and subdivisions, providing genetic proof that race is real and traditional racial classifications are indeed accurate.  The political statements made by geneticists to the popular press to the effect that their studies show that “race is not a valid scientific concept,” or that “race has no genetic or scientific basis,” should be seen in this context and perspective.  Such politically motivated statements cast doubt on the integrity of the scientific process as practiced by these geneticists, tending to discredit their studies.


Aryans, or more specifically Indo-Aryans, make their first notable appearance in history around 2000-1500 BC as invaders of Northern India. The Sanskrit Rig Veda, a collection of religious texts still revered by modern Hindus, records (often enigmatically) their gradual subjugation of the dark-skinned inhabitants, the Dasyus.

The history of the Aryans has important implications for how we define ourselves. A German, for example, is Aryan only insofar as the original inhabitants of ancient Germany were conquered by invaders who spoke an Indo-European language. In no significantly genetic sense can he be called a pure Aryan.

Even at the time of the Indo-European invasions of Old Europe the term had lost much of its original meaning as the name of a distinct ethnic group. During their successive migrations from their homeland the Aryans had absorbed other White populations and had acquired often distinctive physiognomies, along with mutually incomprehensible (though related) languages. 

For the term Aryan to have any validity in a contemporary context, it can only denote members of the European cultures that arose from the interaction of IE-speaking ("Aryan") invaders and the White Europeans who preceded them.

See National Geographic's "Afghan Girl"

How the Afghan Girl was Identified by Her Iris Patterns



The beautiful Iranian Empress Farah Pahlavi, a classical Aryan, Indo-Iranian or Caspian type



The Origin of Races


The above table provides data for a few ethnic groups, selected from the book's analysis of 42 ethnic groups worldwide. On this scale, the English and the Danish differ by 21 points, the smallest difference among the 42 groups. The English differ from the Caucasoids of India by 280 points. The largest difference, 4573, occurs between Central African Mbuti Pygmies (not shown) and New Guinean aborigines. Approximate IQs have been added, based on work by Richard Lynn.



The races of mankind have been fairly well delineated by modern genetic distance plots, with Mongoloids forming a cluster to the left, Caucasoids to the upper right, and Negroids to the lower right. Groups of known mixed origin (Lapps, Saharan Berbers, East Indians) are expectedly in intermediate positions

Cavalli-Sforza, Menozzi and Piazza, The History and Geography of Human Genes



Indo-European ancestry comprises the 3rd component of variation




M. Gimbutas believes that early Indo-Europeans entered southeastern Europe from the Pontic Steppes starting ca. 4500 B.C. and spread from there.

The migrations of the early Indo-European speakers and their interactions with local populations in their new territories would eventually have brought about fundamental changes in their physical type.



The distribution of HG 3 chromosomes is also strongly clinal, but with a very different axis and more on a regional scale.... It reaches its highest frequencies in central-eastern Europe, comprising approximately half of the chromosomes in the Russian, Polish, and Slovakian samples; frequencies in the southeast and southwest are low. This distribution resembles the third principal component of variation of classical gene frequencies, which has been interpreted by some geneticists (Cavalli-Sforza et al. 1994) as marking the movement, from north of the Caspian Sea, of the Kurgan people, dated to ~7,000 YBP.

HG3 Frequencies in European, Central Asian and Mediterranean groups:

East Anglians....9%
North Africans...0%

(Rosser et al., Am J Hum Genet, 2000)



A brief overview of human races and their geographical distribution, with illustrative plates from Carleton S. Coon's The Origin of Races.




Brnn: Cro-Magnon, to some extent, found in solution with Borreby, Nordic, and other elements, mostly in Scandinavia and the British Isles, also in North Africa and the Canary Islands. May appear in comparatively pure form among individuals although nowhere as a total population.

Borreby: Large-headed brachycephals of Ofnet-Afalou type, the unreduced brachycephalic strain in Cro-Magnon; found in solution in peripheral regions of northwestern Europe, and as a major population element in most of northern and central Germany, and in Belgium. Like the Brnn race, with which it is often associated, it occurs also in North Africa and the Canary Islands.

Alpine: A reduced and somewhat foetalized survivor of the Upper Palaeolithic population in Late Pleistocene France, highly brachycephalized; seems to represent in a large measure the bearer of the brachycephalic factor in Cro-Magnon. Close approximations to this type appear also in the Balkans and in the highlands of western and central Asia, suggesting that its ancestral prototype was widespread in Late Pleistocene times. In modern races it sometimes appears in a relatively pure form, sometimes as an element in mixed brachycephalic populations of multiple origin. It may have served in both Pleistocene and modern times as a bearer of the tendency toward brachycephalization into various population.

Ladogan: The descendants of the mesocephalic and brachycephalic forest-dwelling population of northern Europe east of the Baltic in Kammkeramik times. This type is a blend of a partly mongoloid brachycephalic element with a mesocephalic form of general Upper Palaeolithic aspect; these elements are seen in crania from Lake Ladoga and Salis Roje. Corded and/or Danubian elements are inextricably blended here, although the mongoloid and Upper Palaeolithic elements seem at present more important.

East Baltic: Racial type of composite nature, found chiefly in northeastern Germany, Poland, the Baltic States, and Finland, although it also occurs sporadically in Sweden and elsewhere. It is a partially reduced Borreby derivative, with Ladogan and Nordic admixture.

Neo-Danubian: Central and eastern European blond or partially blond brachycephals who seem to be derived in a racial sense from a de-Corded Nordic (and hence Danubian) prototype brachycephalized by Ladogan admixture. This type is very prevalent among modern Slavs of Poland and Russia, and also among some eastern Germans and Austrians.

Lappish: A stunted, highly brachycephalized, largely brunet relative of the Ladogan, originally living to the east of the Ladogan type area, in the Urals and western Siberia. Has probably assimilated some evolved mongoloid, but owes its partly mongoloid appearance more to the retention of an early intermediate evolutionary condition. In modern times much mixed with Ladogan and Nordic.

Mediterranean: Short-statured, dolicho- and mesocephalic form found in Spain, Portugal, the western Mediterranean islands, and to some extent in North Africa, southern Italy, and other Mediterranean borderlands. Its purest present-day racial nucleus is without doubt Arabia. Most of the Cappadocian, isolated in the skeletal material, seems to have been absorbed into the western Mediterranean variety after its early Metal Age migration, while that which remained in Asia Minor became assimilated into the Dinaric and Armenoid

Atlanto-Mediterranean: The tall, straight-nosed Mediterranean, not mesocephalic, as Deniker erroneously stated, but strongly dolichocephalic. Today this race forms the principal element in the population of North Africa, and is strong in Iraq, Palestine, parts of Arabia, and the eastern Balkans; in solution with varying degrees of negroid it is also the principal race in the whole of East Africa. In Europe it is a minority element in the Iberian Peninsula, Italy, and the British Isles.

Irano-Afghan: The long-faced, high-headed, hook-nosed type, usually of tall stature, which forms the principal element in the population of Iran, Afghanistan, and the Turkoman country, and which is also present in Palestine, parts of Arabia, and North Africa. It is probably related to the old Corded type of the Neolithic and Bronze Age.

Nordic: The basic Nordic is the Corded-Danubian blend of the Aunjetitz and of the Early Iron Age in central Europe. This type includes some Bell Beaker Dinaric absorbed in early Metal Age times. Although Danubian and Corded types may appear as individuals, they may nowhere be isolated as populations.

Hallstatt: This is the type associated with the Hallstatt Iron Age remains in central Europe, and which probably did not enter Scandinavia much before the middle of the first millennium B.C. It has since been largely replaced in central Europe, but has found a refuge in Sweden and in the eastern valleys of southern Norway. In England this type is largely of Anglo-Saxon and Danish inspiration.

Keltic: The Keltic sub-type, mesocephalic and low-vaulted, with a prominent nose. Commonest in the British Isles where in places it forms the principal element in the population. Also a major element in Flanders and the Frankish country in southwestern Germany.

Tronder: A hybrid type of Nordic with Corded and Brnn elements, frequent in the central coastal provinces of Norway, north of the Dovre Mountains; the principal form in Iceland, and among the Frisians, and common in the British Isles.

Dinaric: A tall, brachycephalic type of intermediate pigmentation, usually planoccipital, and showing the facial and nasal prominence of Near Eastern peoples. The basic population of the whole Dinaric-Alpine highlands from Switzerland to Epirus, also in the Carpathians and Caucasus, as well as Syria and Asia Minor. Apparently a brachycephalized blend in which Atlanto-Mediterranean and Cappadocian strains are important, with Alpine acting as the brachycephalizing agent in mixture. Borreby and Corded elements, also Nordic, appear to be involved in some regions.

Noric: A blond, planoccipital brachycephal frequently encountered in South Germany and elsewhere in central Europe. This is apparently an Iron Age Nordic brachycephalized by Dinaric mixture and seems in most respects to take the form of a blond Dinaric variant. Both Deniker and Czekanowski have recognized this type, and it is a standard race, under various names, in most Russian studies. The name Noric was gived it by Lebzelter. A brachycephalized Neo-Danubian, common in Yugoslavia, is a parallel or variant form.

Armenoid: A similar brachycephalic composite type, with the same head form as the Dinaric, but a larger face and nose. The pigmentation is almost entirely brunet, the pilous development of beard and body abundant, the nose high rooted, convex, and the tip depressed, especially in advanced age. The difference between the Armenoid and the Dinaric is that here it is the Irano-Afghan race which furnishes the Mediterranean element, brachycephalized by Alpine mixture.


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