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The Indus Valley Civilization

The Indus Valley Civilization began around 3000 B.C.  It was the first major urban culture of south Asia, and one of the world’s first great civilizations.  It was located in the area that is present day Pakistan.  The Indus Valley Civilization was the largest of the four ancient River Valley civilizations.  The inhabitants of the Indus Valley, also known as the Harrapan Civilization, were the Dravidians.

Sir William Jones affirms that the black race once ruled over all of Asia.

Ancient India was once called Ethiopia.  Herodotus believed that the Ethiopians came from India.  That belief can only make sense if the Indians were black.  There were three different groups of Black people in Ancient India: the Dravidians, the Veddoids, and the Negritos. 

The Dravidians were Cushites and the whole peninsula of India was peopled  by these Cushites before the influx of the Aryans. (Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization John G. Jackson pg 12)  The term “Dravidian” is both an ethnic and language group.  The modern day Dravidians are descendants of the Harappans.  They were described as short, dolichocephalic (long headed from front to back), dark-skinned, with broad noses.  Dolichocephaly is a characteristic of the Black race. (The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality by Cheikh Anta Diop Lawrence Hill Books: Chicago, 1974, pg.122)  There was a blood relationship between the Dravidians and the Ethiopian Sumerians. (From Babylon to Timbuktu by Rudolph Windsor, Atlanta: Windsor’s Golden Series, 2003, pg 17)  In her book, Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Empire, Drusilla Houston ties the Dravidians to the Black inhabitants of early western Asia:

           “The Dravidians in ethnic type are Ethiopian and are of the race of India from which her civilization originated.  Megathenes said that the natives of India and Ethiopia were not much different in complexion or feature.  Dravidians are short like the race of the Mediterranean called the Iberians and the Chaldeans.  Their complexions are black or very dark.  Their hair is plentiful and crispy.  Their heads are elongated with the nose very broad.  They occupy the oldest geological formation of India.  They are descendants of that race of black men with short woolly hair that were the primitive inhabitants of ancient Media, Susiana and Persia, mentioned repeatedly in the Iranian legends, and whose faces look out at us from the sculptures of Babylon and Nineveh.” (Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire by Drusilla Houston Baltimore: Black Classic Press,1985, 223)

As the Aryans migrated into the Indus Valley, the Harappans way of life rapidly changed.  The Aryans took over the area and institued the Hindu religion which had at its core a rigid social system known as the caste system, which put the Aryans at the top of the society and the native black inhabitants at the bottom.  The caste system, which still exists today, has dominated Indian society ever since.

(This article is an excerpt from my pamphlet “Teutonic Plague: Aryan Aggression Against the Black Race“)

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  1. April 27, 2013 at 11:08 pm

    I enjoy your conclusion that the caste system still exists today. The Caste system was and is what has been written about in the few source I have read about Shinar. The same caste system is operating here in the colonies mistakenly called the United States of …….
    The Too Big to Fail Banking System with it’s slaps on the hands correcting while the COMMONERS loose their Homes to these same Banks proves the Foot Print of those above the system and above our laws. The severity of punishment for what can only be compared to a Second system “Equality” has accumulated to a tipping point.

    So , I simply mention that that same Shinar Methodology exists here and now in the USA.
    Or ARYAN if spelling is critical (SIN ARYAN).

  1. December 1, 2012 at 9:48 am

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