Who is Rick Phillips? 7 subscribers but no videos? People will subscribe to anything these days
Oh, oh. He made that comment on a JonLevi video. Got it.@anotherlayer lol
Even weirder is this entire thread was based on a comment KD found on reddit. Sometimes, I find the best stuff in the comment section.
I was intrigued finding his post under JonLevi's vid because it tied into the subject of this thread. Synchronicity likes to drop things in my lap sometimes.
Very true about records being destroyed. But in Louisiana I've heard more stories about pages being ripped out of family genealogies to hide non white blood.Scott/Tsalagi(Cherokee) marriages were very common in Appalachia (Blue Ridge/Smokey Mnts) and it is a very distinct/noticeable ethnicity still to this day here. but until DNA testing can be DIY, I dont much trust any corporations results.
finding old public records of the south is very difficult not only because every court house was burned (with precision) but it has been an ongoing situation even to this day to steal and destroy any remaining ones.
we and many others can not even find a trace of family records. that is the main fact that makes me angry about all this stolen history. they struck our roots! an effort to sever all connections to the divinity within.
interesting read on the subject and even that is getting harder to find now: Into the LIGHT: (My) History Destroyed in Franklin County
there were several whistle blower sites on this a year or two after it happened, today it was difficult to find this one. really this region deserves its own thread. Franklin was at one time a State itself.
TNGenWeb Project, State of Franklin, East Tennessee Pre 1796.
and this Franklin North Carolina courthouse where the records were stolen (by the Feds) is on the Tennessee border.
the very strange Laws of Louisiana (french origins) may be a factor with that. it is the most unique state of all in the union when it comes down to statutes, codes etc. and another problem is how the words white and black are interpreted. this is another deeply hidden subject that orginially had nothing to do with skin color but was twisted (attorn) into something else and used against us.Very true about records being destroyed. But in Louisiana I've heard more stories about pages being ripped out of family genealogies to hide non white blood.
When I get a chance I will see what I can find. A quick search from that time period does lead me to a creole/free colored Bell family. So depending on the definition of Cherokee/native there may be some truth in OPs post.
what I mean there is that many so called white men are not the same ethnicity/race just like many so called black men are not the same ethnicity/race.Never heard of this. What did they mean originally?
This was mostly done to divide and conquer whites against blacks. Ask who benefits from this though.what I mean there is that many so called white men are not the same ethnicity/race just like many so called black men are not the same ethnicity/race.
the definitions of white and black as far as the earliest 'legal' meanings IIRC was to do with chain of titles/ heraldry but Im not sure now. I will dig into that again but it was not about skin color originally and was made into that. they have used it to polarize (charge up) the people and it certainly works that way well for them.
You might like this thread:I am thinking I have to reassess my programming of what a Native American or Indian looked like. Since there is shared world-wide architecture, it makes sense that people had been mixing for some time and the native population of the Americas were not of one particular race.
if I'm not mistaken, Iber =/= Hebrew (right?) so Hebrew-ville? [the spanish hebrews from Iberia right... or even the Irish ones from Hibernia hey!?]"Belle Grove... ...in Iberville Parish, Louisiana
I have heard others make that connection too (iberu = hebrew) Ive also heard that the District of Columbia is connected to Iberio America in someway but dont recall the details about that.not a big thing but had to bring it up
if I'm not mistaken, Iber =/= Hebrew (right?) so Hebrew-ville? [the spanish hebrews from Iberia right... or even the Irish ones from Hibernia hey!?]
wiki says it's named after a French guy called Pierre La Moyne... but I'm calling BS as d'Iberville means "of Iberville" so surely his namesake comes from the place, not the other way round?!? And I can't imagine a Frenchman would name a place after something unrelated to himself
A high admixture of racial adulteration in the above pic as native americans don't grow facial hair unless they've got some other ancestry added in their past. The front row guy (second from right) looks purely european. In fact, I only see 2 guys that look native (back, 3rd from right and maybe the guy to his right, and front row,far left).
And what are those white pennants with small triangles in their upper center being held by front row guys-far right and far left?
They (we) seem to have unique DNA. "Now, after painstakingly comparing DNA samples from people in dozens of modern-day Native American and Eurasian groups, an international team of scientists thinks it can put the matter to rest: virtually without exception, the new evidence supports the single ancestral population theory."Altai and Ainu genes in North American ancestry providing genes for facial hair?
Evidence of a Recent Common Ancestry between Native Americans and Indigenous (Siberian-) Altaians … and Japan
They (we) seem to have unique DNA. "Now, after painstakingly comparing DNA samples from people in dozens of modern-day Native American and Eurasian groups, an international team of scientists thinks it can put the matter to rest: virtually without exception, the new evidence supports the single ancestral population theory."
The official story of DNA heritage. "Most Amerindians groups are derived from a basal Ancestral lineage, which formed in Siberia prior to the Last Glacial Maximum, between about 36,000 and 25,000 years ago, from a combination ofProto-Mongoloid and Ancient North Eurasian ancestry and which dispersed throughout the Americas after about 16,000 years ago (an exception are the Na Dene and Eskimo–Aleut speaking groups, which are partially derived from Siberian populations which entered the Americas at a later time)."
Single ancestral group. "In these earlier studies, the researchers concluded that the most straightforward explanation for the distribution of the 9-repeat allele was that all modern Native Americans, Greenlanders and western Beringians descend from a common founding population. Furthermore, the fact that the allele was absent in other Asian populations most likely meant that America’s ancestral founders had been isolated from the rest of Asia for thousands of years before they moved into the New World: that is, for a period of time that was long enough to allow the allele to originate in, and spread throughout, the isolated population."
Sounds like a possibly Tartarian group moved to America at some point and peopled the area. Considering that Tartarians were a melting pot of sorts, it's not surprising that the DNA results are arguable. The N.A. that do grow facial hair have very fine hair, almost none to zero chest hair, and only peach fuzz for facial hair. Those that do grow facial hair seem to have mixed ancestry. None of the new DNA studies seem to want to take on the official story of 'Asians crossing the Bering Straits 14,000 years ago' but their evidence suggests that N.A. are not all that Asian.
Sorry if this is a derail.