Close maternal side match discovered



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  1. This anti-clerical stuff is morally simplistic. I think the situation for children is far worse today with ” gay adoption”. Something these adoptee groups are afraid to oppose. Social workers are snatching children to help mushroom this tribe , a tribe who tend to support the system and oppose freedom of thought.

    Identity-murder affects many groups . Many single mothers also hide the names of fathers. Sperm donors are affected. These groups need to unite and find a new collective noun.

  2. The horizontal-oval mandibular foramen is virtually unique to European fossils. It is found in almost no other remains… the horizontal-oval foramen has a significant frequency in the subsequent post-Neandertal populations of Europe and only decreases to rarity in recent Europeans.

  3. … a rather convincing case could be made for the hypothesis that the earliest modern sapiens samples represent a morphological transition between Neandertals and later sapiens populations. More recently eastern European authors…have suggested that the evolutionary sequences in this area can best be interpreted as the result of frequency changes in characteristics already present in Neandertal populations.

  4. Three archaeological finds at Mt. Carmel in Israel have shed light on the Neanderthal phenomenon. At Skhul, Tabun and Qafzeh a series of hominid remains were found which displayed a suite of characteristics not yet found in any other population. The Tabun remains appear to be largely Neanderthal, with some distinct morphologies that are not shared with their European kindred. The Skhul remains have distinct Neanderthal characteristics, as do a number at Qafzeh, yet they do not look exactly like classical European and Levantine Neanderthals.

    All three of these people were buried with Levalloisio-Mousterian lithics, the same technology the Neanderthals used. Their diet included the same materials as the Levantine Neanderthals. They were buried in the same fashion, used red ochre in the same fashion, and lived within walking distance of Neanderthal habitations. Morphological analysis has been unable to reliably separate many of these skulls from Neanderthals; and there is no agreement as to exactly what species these people belonged to. They are sometimes referred to as “archaic homo sapiens,” “protocromagnons” or “hybrids”.

    The earliest examples of these remains are dated to approximately 105,000 years BP, and yet their racial type disappears in the fossil record after 90,000 years BP. After this time, only “full blown” Neanderthals are known in the fossil record. If we accept that the Skhul-Qafzeh people are hybrids or non-Neanderthals, then we must admit that they lacked some sort of technological, biological or cultural finesse that Neanderthals did have. The Skhul-Qafzeh people were replaced by Neanderthals.

    There is no indication that the Skhul-Qafzeh people lacked these advantageous. Although they apparently did not know how to produce spear/arrow points (most of the flint tools associated with them are scraping tools), their dental hyperplasia reveals that they underwent less environmental stress than the “full blown” Neanderthals. Could it be that Neanderthals, like the Plains Indians, had a culture of voluntary starvation and self-inflicted torture? Dental analysis reveals that Neanderthals starved less often than proto-Inuit people living in North America just a few thousand years ago, so this may be the case.

    With no real reason to believe that the Skhul-Qafzeh people were inferior to the Neanderthals; aside from being less muscular, and perhaps slightly less carnivorous, it is hard to accept that these people represent a biologically separate population that was replaced by the Neanderthals, who had pretty much the same exact toolkit and lifestyle.

    The morphological similarties between Skhul-Qafzeh and the Neanderthals are obvious; their cranial capacities are on average 1550cc-1620cc, far larger than today’s people, their faces and mandibles are enormously broad, many of the Skhul-Qafzeh specimens have a retromolar gap, their noses were broad and often very prominent, the men (and often women) have massive brow ridges, midfacial prognathism and long faces, although some of them are notably short, something that will bear mentioning later on.

    Skhul IV

    The dissimilarities between Skhul-Qafzeh and the Neanderthals include a number of minor cranio-facial notches and, most notably, the post-skeleton, which is always very tall. The average height of the Skhul-Qafzeh men was approximately 179cm. The average for Neanderthal males living in Europe was about 171cm.

    Although the Skhul-Qafzeh people were replaced by Neanderthals who were more typically “Neanderthal” in terms of facial characteristics, these Neanderthals are also different from the classical Neanderthal type, and share a number of traits with the Skhul-Qafzeh people. In 1971 Japanese archaeologists uncovered a specimen at Wadi-Amud, which they classified as an intermediate between Neanderthals and living people. This Neanderthal was extremely tall, 179cm, was less muscular like the Skhul-Qafzeh people, had a smaller brow ridge than some Skhul-Qafzeh specimens, but still had a face that was unmistakably Neanderthal. Like a 100,000 year old Neanderthal from Tabun, he had a prominent chin, and his teeth were also unusually small for such a massive face and jaw. The remains of a child and a few fragmentary remains were also found at this site.

    Not far from Israel at Shanidar, in Kurdistan, several Neanderthal specimens were found which presented their own unique localized characteristics. They look different from the “classic” European Neanderthals in many respects, in that they have even larger faces, are less laterally built and have much higher vault heights. They are associated with either a Quina-Mousterian lithic tradition or a heavily retouched Levallois. Shanidar skulls have been judged as “homo sapiens” by morphometric calculators.

    With a broad, persistent and wide-ranging variation in morphology among middle eastern hominids living in the middle paleolithic, and the persistance of the Mousterian lithic tradition, it is hard to imagine that Skhul-Qafzeh could be anything other than Neanderthals, perhaps Neanderthals of a different clade, but Neanderthals nevertheless.

    Upper facial height is considered to be a good indicator of inheritance. Skhul IV, the tallest faced specimen in the Skhul-Qafzeh collection, has an upper facial height of 79mm. One of the shorter skulls, Skhul V, is 74mm.

    The average among European “Cro Magnon” specimens dating to the Upper Paleolithic is approximately 74mm. Some specimens are in the upper 60s range, others, like Predmosti 3, are 78mm.

    The average upper facial height of European Neanderthals is 87mm, and in the Levant it is 90mm, with some specimens displaying enormous measurements of 95mm. However, the Neanderthal at Spy had an upper facial height of 79mm, as did Saint-Cesaire 1. There is therefore a very wide range of facial height within the Neanderthal population, and the short faced condition can be considered as being within Neanderthal variation.

    In Europe, we see the same wide range of variation and peculiarities observed in the Levant. Two Neanderthal finds in Western Europe at Spy in Belgium and Saint Cesaire in France reveal how Neanderthals are ancestral to the supposed “Cro Magnon” type. A ~40,000 year old Neanderthal at Spy has a much shorter face than his predecessors, and a much more prominent chin as well. Although his mandibular rami was fractured it is indicated that he did not have a retromolar gap.

    ]Spy Neanderthal

    A skullcap found at the same location, Spy 2, had a very small brow ridge, and was also much higher than is the Neanderthal norm. This individual was extremely “modern” in his morphology.

    At Saint Cesaire, the skull of a male, persistently misidentified as a female, is clearly linked to the “Cro Magnon” type. It is 36,000 years old. Although specimen was extremely muscular and laterally built, more so than it’s earlier predecessors, it’s skull was quite removed from the typical Neanderthal type. Saint Cesaire 1 has a very high cranium, a shorter face, more prominent chin and its orbits are noticeably shorter, and almost rectangular looking.

    Saint Cesare Neanderthal/Cromagnon

    Both Spy and Saint Cesaire were found in association with Upper Paleolithic tools, which means that Neanderthals were the creators of the Upper Paleolithic tradition. The earliest evidence of musical instruments are found at Neanderthal sites. It is therefore obvious that the so-called upper paleolithic revolution was really a Neanderthal creation.

    The closest match to Saint-Cesaire in Europe is Predmosti 3, a so-called Cro Magnon, found in central Europe and dated to 27,000 years. Scholars have also compared it to the Skhul IV and Skhul V specimens.

    Saint Cesaire vs. Predmosti

    The Skhul-Qafzeh lineage, like the so-called “Cro-Magnon” type, is nothing more than a racial clade within the Neanderthal species. Their peculiarities are not the result of evolution or adaptation, but merely indicators of genetic variation. “Less Neanderthal” specimens like the Cro Magnons are simply a result of increases in human mobility, and thus genetic variation, made possible by mild climate. “More Neanderthal” specimens, like La Ferassie 1, have undergone a process of speciation by low population densities caused by extensive glaciation.

    Ironically, the earliest Neanderthal known to exist, Saccopastore, look less “archaic” than the later Neanderthals such as La Chapelle Aux Saints. The 130,000 year old European population at Saccopastore very closely matches the 40,000 year old Amud specimen, in that their brow ridges are smaller, faces quite thin and gracile looking, and have more midfacial and less alveolar prognathism. The Saccopastore remains have been demonstrated as evidence that Neanderthals were originally much more gracile earlier on in their evolution, and that the more archaic and aggressive looking European Neanderthals are not “more primitive,” but merely more thoroughly inbred as their extremely inhosipitable climate had dictated. It should thus be recognized that the Neanderthal lineage never went extinct, it merely passed through a transitional strain at two points in the past. If it has gone through this transition back and forth on two separate occasions, within 80,000 years time, it could just as easily happen again in the future.

    Neanderthal and Neanderthal derivatives from Coon

    La Chapelle Aux Saints, Levalloisio-Mousterian

    Skhul V, Levalloisio-Mousterian.

    Predmosti 3, Aurignacian.

    Neanderthaloid derivatives

    Afalou 12, Early Oranian, Algeria.

    Hvellinge, 1. Swedish Mesolithic.

    Fjelkinge, Skane, Sweden. Neolithic.

    Metrically Neanderthal in the 20th Century

  5. Tell me what is the difference between a cop and a terrorist if the police suppress opposition to importing terrorists ? Is not attacking free speech more serious than killing small numbers of people? Because it strikes at the very roots of Western civilisation and prevents the people organising opposition to the regime? I realise the average normie in the West has no concept of what Western civilisation is, but they enjoy what they take for granted all the same. In the Uk the police hand over teenage girls to Pakistani gangs and jail anyone who posts about it on facebook. I do not expect to be on British tv soon as their entire system is based upon attacking fatherhood. British police in Rotherham arrested fathers who tried to defend their daughters. I stand for traditional values.
    Europe is more and more a dangerous place because of these millions of mediocrities who work for states and will do anything for their little paycheck. The “banality of evil”.

    The Italian men who were killed in Barcelona ,by paying taxes to regimes who imported their killers ,actually dug their own graves. My advice is for people to oppose such states and live like myself. The West is a scrap heap. We can have good things again only after some serious changes to put it mildly.

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