When All Europeans Were Black, Then Not Any More

Feb 8, 2018 | | 3 comments

I’ve known about this for years now. Even posted on it a few times. BUT, it needs to be shared again and again, for the sake of white education! … Just a mere 10,000 years ago, *all white people* used to be black. So, what and when caused this change in skin pigmentation? (Hint, it has something more to do than just environmental isolation. It has something to do with *interbreeding* with Middle Eastern peoples. And, you thought I was going to say our human Neanderthal cousin species, didn’t you?)

#MAGA with real world education, not based in human fictions, for sake of much needed peace and togetherness! E Pluribus Unum. You know that #inhisimage #inhislikeness is a historically recent human Sapiens invented social fiction, don’t you? Don’t take my word for it, study the evidence of the ground yourself.

Cheddar Man: the first Britons were black, Natural History Museum DNA study reveals
Full facial reconstruction model of a head based on the skull of Britain’s oldest complete skeleton on display during a screening event of The First Brit: Secrets Of The 10,000 Year Old Man at The Natural History Museum, in London Credit: PA

The earliest Britons were black-skinned, with dark curly hair and possibly blue eyes, new analysis of a 10,000-year-old Somerset skeleton has revealed.
Scientists at the Natural History Museum have used pioneering genetic sequencing and facial reconstruction techniques to prove that the first hunter-gatherers successfully to inhabit Britain were far darker in complexion than previously thought.
The groundbreaking discovery was made in a “stroke of luck” after archeologists found scraps of DNA in the ear of the Mesolithic “Cheddar Man”, the oldest complete skeleton ever found in the UK and one of the museum’s most treasured specimens.
They then cross-referenced the genomes of modern inhabitants of Cheddar, near Gough’s Cave in the Cheddar Gorge where the remains were discovered in 1903, as well as other fossils from across Europe.
The results show, contrary to popular belief, that the founding…

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  1. If there were an SHJ community near me, I would definitely hang out and add to the social experience. Except on Shabbat, for – even with the secular liturgy – they are a bit too, uhg, Reform for me. (No davening, too much English and not enough Hebrew, no arguing with the Rabbi during his derasha – too Western, too assimilated!) But, their words and views echo many of us who are off the derech and unabashedly non-religious, while still maintaining cultural identity with the worldwide Jewish family. As to SHJ’s psak responsa on “Who is a Jew?”, they are spot on in understanding the Jewish reality, both present and historically!

    What Is Secular Humanistic Judaism?
    Secular Humanistic Judaism is a movement that believes Judaism was created by people to meet human needs and that it is most meaningfully expressed by celebrating human knowledge, power and responsibility.

    1988 resolution on “Who is a Jew” accepted self-determination, stating: “A Jew is a person of Jewish descent or any person who declares himself or herself to be a Jew and who identifies with the history, ethical values, culture, civilization, community, and fate of the Jewish people.” There is no required conversion process in Humanistic Judaism; instead conversion is called “adoption,” as those who want to adopt Judaism are themselves adopted into the Jewish community as one might be adopted into a family.

    Studies suggest a potential larger audience for Humanistic Judaism in the future. Most Jews don’t believe in a God that answers personal prayers. In the seminal 2013 Pew Survey of American Jewry, only 34 percent of Jews claimed to believe “with certainty” in God’s existence, compared to 69 percent of all Americans, and over 60 percent of American Jews define their heritage as ancestry and culture rather than religion.

    #MyJewishLearning #SecularHumanisticJudaism #SHJ #humanism

  2. Worth the repeating! What real love actually is… (Read the post below.)

    #ValentinesDay #RealLove

    Joseph Farkasdi shared on Feb 12, 2013:

    I see so many people talking about real love, and having no clue what it is. Let me share what I have learned about it.

    Real love comes in all shapes and sizes, ethnicities, orientations, and number of partners involved. Real love is not based on ideologies, nor is it containable within a marital arrangement. Real love is not synonymous with soul mate, just as soul mate is not synonymous with best person to marry. Real love is a heart felt expression, born in genuine attention to the beauty in the realness of another, different and more lasting than the fleeting hormonal feeling of romantic lust so often idealized as love. Real love is a choice to embrace and experience with another, experienced in the moment, in a simple touch, in a smile of honest attentive affection. Real love is something that is better experienced, than explained.

    Do you know real love? Have you shared it recently?

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