One of the best and most truthful alternative history docs I’ve ever seen. 5 stars!
im sitting watchin the part about Puti Puti 10:40 with my ma in-law, she is Filipino and says ‘puti = white’ in both tagalog (main filo dialect) and her provincial dialect..could be coincidence but pretty interesting – Solidsince76
Thanks so much for sharing this information. Your work helps tie up some loose ends regarding the elongated, red haired, people of South America. These people possibly came from the Middle East. This matches up with DNA testing done on some of the South American remains. – Hypnosiscoach
Also, Gabi, have you heard about the red haired mummies pulled out of the Lovelock cave in Nevada? Pictures of some of the skulls that allegedly came out of the cave almost look they could be Polynesian in origin. These red haired “Giants” fought the Paiute Indian tribes and like to eat those they captured. – Hypnosiscoach
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‘New Zealand – Skeletons In The Cupboard’. Part 1. The Redheads. digs deeply into the now denied history of the Ngati Hotu and the Waitaha. Who are these people, where did they come from and where are they now?
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New Zealand: Skeletons In The Cupboard 1 – Redheads – (2015) 5 stars
Run time: 59 minutes. Seven canoes of Maori arrive in New Zealand. When they arrive, their culture goes through a dramatic change. Suddenly, the Moari begin building planked houses with decorative facades, use single canoes, fashioned terraced building sites with amphitheaters and created complex artwork. Legends speak of two types of people who inhabited New Zealand before the Maori.
- Patupaiarehe – These people were described as small, light skinned with reddish hair. They lived in the mountains and came down with the mist or at night to fish. The Maori learned about fishing nets and flutes from them. Flute music was played to lure Maori women away. The Maori thought these people were fairies. They lived in burrows under trees or in the ground. Based on the sizes of the burrows that have been found, they could not have been tall people.
- Turehu – These people were very small with golden hair. They lived in the plains and hills. The Turehu used streams to water their agriculture. They built amphitheaters in the ground where they would talk and sing.
In one tale, a stranger jumps out before a group. This stranger waves a strange weapon at them. One of the group thinks to shoot him with a musket, but his companions persuade him not to. The stranger jumps back into the brush and disappears. The stranger is described as being very tall, pale white, with a Maori weapon and Maori tattoos covering his face and legs. The full facial tattoo is reserved only for those of high rank.
Today, local people are born with blonde and red hair and green eyes, which are not of the same Polynesian lineage as the Maori. One woman claimed, and this was later proven through DNA, that her lineage came from Persia (Iran or Iraq). Strangely enough, this same woman also had DNA ancestors in Peru. She describes her family not as Arabs, but as Egyptians.
Elsdon Best wrote an interesting book on his experiences with the tribe, titled The Children Of The Mist. In the book, he tells that the light skinned people fled from India 165 years before (circa 1500 BCE). Dark skinned people persecuted them. This coincides with Indian migrations of that period. The war was recorded in the Mahabharata. This next part is very interesting as well. The refugees left India, circled all the way south around the bottom of Africa, before crossing the Atlantic and ending up in Mexico or Yucatan. (Note that one researcher has connected the name of the Mexican state of Chihuahua with the word for Shiva’s temple, Shivava.) From there, the refugees went south along the west coast of the Americas until they reached Peru. Were these people responsible for building the megaliths later inhabited by the Inca? Was this where the legend of the light skinned Quetzalcoatl and (the master stone builders) the Negroid Olmec in Yucatan first began? The time frame of 1500 BCE is pretty close to what I’ve collected from various sources as 1600 BCE for the arrival of Quetzalcoatl in Yucatan. Anyway, after Peru, the refugees kept on traveling, this time across the Pacific where they discovered New Zealand.
In Peru, the Chachapoya people had blond hair. Were these the Cloud People of legend, who also lived in the mountains and clouds / mists? (This is verified later in the documentary!) There are many tales of blonde haired, green-eyed people in South America, and for additional evidence we have the redheaded skulls from Paracas.
Variations of the Egyptian god Bes, which has no parallel in Maori culture, have been found among the light skinned peoples of New Zealand. Other artwork shows a bird-man, matching similar art from Easter Island. A redheaded Peruvian is believed to have discovered Easter Island / Rapanui. The man was named Hotu Matua, He brought tablets describing a history of his people, written in a language that can be traced back to the destruction of the people of the Indus Valley in India, circa 1500 BCE. (I’ll have to look this up, but I believe the Indus Valley civilization vanished much earlier.) The tablets also told of many wars in Peru, before the light skinned people were forced to flee into the Pacific.
The Totonac Pyramid in Vera Cruz, Mexico, resembles the Mahaiatea Pyramid in Tahiti. Mahaiatea means ‘many people white.’
You know, this documentary is connecting all sorts of dots. At 23 minutes in, we are shown the stone towers of Chulpa, Peru. I’ve seen researchers who have called these storage silos, watchtowers and sacred sites, but very few have compared them to the ceremonial sites shown on Tupa, Easter Island. I did not know there were similar stone structures, albeit ruins, found in New Zealand. Another good comparison is the Rongo Stone in Cornwall Park, Auckland, with Orongo Village, Easter Island and the houses of Chulpa, Peru. Drainage canals in Northland are similar to Aztec drainage ditches from Tenochtitlan.
One of the islands is named Ra-Iatea, which translates as white skinned people of Ra. Here we go in another direction. If all this happened circa 1500 BCE, we can go over to 1370 BCE, when Akhenaten and Nefertiti allegedly got kicked out of Egypt. There are a lot of rumors and some proof that Egyptian light skinned, redheaded people ended up in Ireland and Scotland.
At 38 minutes, the host states that cannibals raided peace-loving tribes and fancied first-born children. I’ve made this connection too, with human sacrifice and cannibalism in Canaan, Carthage and possibly Malta. I’ve also pointed out plenty of research into human and first-born sacrifice coming from the Israelites of the Old Testament.
Genetic material shows DNA from Celtic people, circa 1500 BCE.
Modern northern Irish are descended from the Picts who battled the Romans.
Easter Island people have genomes as follows: 76% Polynesian, 16% European and 8% Native American.
Giant skulls might still be found on Raglan Island. They are the size of pumpkins. If authorities get a hold of them, the skulls are destroyed.
Original testing for skulls in the Waipoua Forest went back to 2200 BCE. What happened after this? The authorities restricted the site until 2063.