Monday, August 17, 2009

March of the Titans - A History of the White Race - Chapter 5 Part IV

Chapter 5 Part IV from a book titled March of the Titans - A History of the White Race by Arthur Kemp. This is a must-have book that can be purchased by clicking here.

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Chapter 5: Born of the Black Sea - The Indo-European Invasions


ARYANA - THE ARYAN ORIGIN OF AFGHANISTANAround the year 2000 BC, originating in the Caucasus, a sun worshipping Indo-European tribe calling themselves Aryans, using a language known as Sanskrit, invaded central Asia and occupied territory as far as the north of India. These invaders were what became known as the original Aryans.

In fact, all of those countries spanning their age of conquest
bear names directly related to them - India, Iran, Iraq are all corruptions of the original word "Aryan". (Far off distant racial cousins of the Aryans went west, penetrating as far as Ireland, giving the name "Eire" to that land - also a derivative of the word Aryan).

After 2000 BC, waves of Aryans flooded into modern day Afghanistan, setting up a nation which became known as Aryana, or "Land of the Aryans." By the middle of the 6th Century BC the Persian Empire had incorporated Aryana into its boundaries, and by 330 BC, Alexander the Great had occupied the region.

By this time most of the original Aryans in Aryana had been absorbed i
nto the local native population, although it is still possible to this day to see light-eyed and light-haired individuals amongst the modern Afghanistan population.

During the 1st Century AD, the Kushans, an Asiatic race, oc
cupied Aryana, with their rule destroying the last vestiges of the original Indo-Aryan culture and race. Thereafter Aryana fell under the rule of a large number of different non-White races, until the 7th Century AD when Arab Muslim armies occupied the region. In 1220 the region was once again overrun by Mongols under Genghis Khan, who devastated the land. By this time the people of Aryana had passed into history - and only that country's name is remembered today.


Another branch of the Aryans penetrated as far east as India, where they also settled and built a civilization. Although the Aryans established a powerful White civilization in Northern India, it would be incorrect to think that the native Indians had not created anything of their own. Mixed with original White Mediterraneans, the Indus civilization created by the Harappans was already in existence by the time the Aryans invaded. The invading Aryans were however more advanced and referred to the conquered Indians as "Dasyu" - the "dark ones" or slaves.

Indo-Aryan poetry (the Vedas) are full of stories of war against
the Dasyu, and reflected the stark racial divisions between the conquering Aryans and the conquered Indians.


Quotes from the Rig Veda, the original Holy Book of the Aryan conquerors of India (which has now been corrupted but is still to this day in use as the main Hindu religious text) contains a great many references to the race of the conquerors and the conquered.

According to the Rig Veda, the leader of the Aryan invasion was one Indra, and his role in “slaying the Dasyus” (the Negroids in India) is prominent in the Rig Veda:

"Thou, Indra, art the destroyer of all the cities, the slayer of the Dasyus, the prosperer of man, the lord of the sky." - RgV. VIII 87.6

The Rig Veda goes on to use the word “black” in a number of instances to describe the Dasyu:

"Indra, the slayer of Vrittra, the destroyer of cities, has scattered the Dasyu (hosts) sprang from a black womb." RgV. II 20.6


The Rig Veda praises the god who "destroyed the Dasyans and protected the Aryan colour." - Rg.V. III 34.9

It then goes on to thank the god who "bestowed on his white friends the fields, bestowed the sun, bestowed the waters." - Rg.V. I 100.18

Black skin is repeatedly referred to with abhorrence in the Rig Veda: starting with a description of the "black skin" (`Krishnam Vacham') in RgV. IX 41.1, Sam. V I.491 and II.242.

For example in RgV. IX 73 it is said that stormy gods who rush on like furious bulls and scatter the black skin", and it claims that “the black skin, the hated of Indra" will be swept out of heaven - RgV. IX 73.5

Rg.V. I 130.8 tells of how the “black skin” was conquered:

"Indra protected in battle the Aryan worshipper, he subdued the lawless for Manu, he conquered the black skin."

The Rig Veda thanks god for "scattering the slave bands of black descent", and for stamping out "the vile Dasyan colour." - Rg.V. II.20.7, II 12.4

It also contains this choice remark which sums up the Aryan’s opinion of their non-White subjects: "Black skin is impious" (‘Dasam varnam adharam’) -Sans., Rg.V. II.12.4

Other extracts from the Rig Veda further illustrate the sharp racial divisions in this time:

Indra - 1.130.8 - "Indra in battles help his Aryan worshipper, he who hath hundred helps at hand in every fray, in frays that win the light of heaven. Plaguing the lawless he gave up to Manu's seed the dusky skin; Blazing, 'twere, he burns each covetous man away, he burns, the tyrannous away."

Indra - 4.16.13 - "Thou to the son of Vidathin, Rjisvan, gavest up mighty Mrgaya and Pipru. Thou smotest down the swarthy fifty thousand, and rentest forts as age consumes a garment."

Indra - 5.29.10 - "One car-wheel of the Sun thou rolledst forward, and one thou settest free to move for Kutsa. Thou slewest noseless Dasyus with thy weapon, and in their home o'erthrewest hostile speakers." ("Noseless Dasyus" would suggest a reference to flat nosed Negroid types)

Soma Pavamana - 9.41.1 - "ACTIVE and bright have they come forth, impetuous in speed like bulls, driving the black skin far away."

Soma Pavamana - 9.73.5 - "O'er Sire and Mother they have roared in unison bright with the verse of praise, burning up riteless men, Blowing away with supernatural might from earth and from the heavens the swarthy skin which Indra hates."


Indra - 10.23.4 - "With him too is this rain of his that comes like herds: Indra throws drops of moisture on his yellow beard. When the sweet juice is shed he seeks the pleasant place, and stirs the worshipper as wind disturbs the wood."

Indra - 10.96.8 - "At the swift draught the Soma-drinker waxed in might, the Iron One with yellow beard and yellow hair. He, Lord of Tawny Coursers, Lord of fleet-foot Mares, will bear his Bay Steeds safely over all distress."

Indra - 1.9.3 - "O Lord of all men, fair of cheek, rejoice thee in the gladdening lauds, Present at these drink-offerings."


In what could easily be another indicator of the common cultural origins between the Rig Veda and the Indo-European gods, Indra’s greatest weapon is said, in the Rig Veda, to be a lightening bolt – identical to the weapon of Thor, the Northern European God:

Indra - 1.100.18 - "He, much invoked, hath slain Dasyus and Simyus, after his wont, and laid them low with arrows. The mighty Thunderer with his fair-complexioned friends won the land, the sunlight, and the waters."

Indra - 1.101.1 - "SING, with oblation, praise to him who maketh glad, who with Rjisvan drove the dusky brood away. Fain for help, him the strong whose right hand wields the bolt, him girt by Maruts we invoke to be our Friend."

Indra - 1.103.3 - "Armed with his bolt and trusting in his prowess he wandered shattering the forts of Dasas. Cast thy dart, knowing, Thunderer, at the Dasyu; increase the Arya's might and glory, Indra.

4 "For him who thus hath taught these human races, Maghavan, bearing a fame-worthy title, Thunderer, drawing nigh to slay the Dasyus, hath given himself the name of Son for glory."

(The full text of the Rig Veda can be found online at )


At the time of the writing of the main religious books of the Aryans - the Rigvedas - a distinction was drawn between the two types of people in the Indus river valley: the "fair" conquering immigrants and the "dark" native people.

Within three hundred years however, physical
mixing had proceeded to the point where these two racial classes had been subdivided further, with membership in each class being determined solely on the basis of how light or how dark an individual's skin color was.

These divisions led to a color based class system being developed, known today as the caste system. The word caste was only given to the system by Portuguese travelers many c
enturies later, coming from the Latin word castus, meaning pure. The original Sanskrit for the caste system was "varna", which means color.

As assimilation and integration between the Aryans and the Dasyu increased, the caste system became more and more complex, till four major divisions were created, with membership in each g
roup dependent upon the coloring of the individual.

This four tier system still exists in India today, with the highest caste, the Brahmans (or "priests") being the lightest in color, and the Sudas or "untouchables" being the darkest.

Within a few hundred years the original Arya
ns had become so assimilated that their contribution to Indian civilization can be considered to be at an end. Their legacy lives on in the language, religion and poetry of India - and of course the caste system.


The last of the Aryans can be found today in certain segments of India
n society, and most notably in that country's film industry, known as Bollywood. Below left, a picture of the famous Indian actress, Preity Zinta, who, although from modern India, clearly shows the eye color, features and skin color of the ancient Indo-Europeans. Her features contrast strongly with those of a more typical Indian, right.

A few other Indian actresses and actors from modern "Bollywood" also serve to illustrate the Aryan heritage of a small segment of the modern Indian population (all pictures date from the year 2000):


While it is still a matter of debate exactly how far the Indo-Europeans penetrated into Asia further than India itself, a good indication of just how far the White influence has been felt can be seen from the two images below, both from Thailand.

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