Monday, September 25, 2023
  The Mysterious Origins of Hybrid Man  
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“Martinez's innovative and scalpel-like research upends the academy's cherished (but clearly warped) perspectives on evolution and humanoid history. Her research reveals the flimsy establishment arguments for accidental mutation as the cause of speciation. Interbreeding of quite different early and contemporaneous subspecies is the most plausible explanation for the variety of modern races and genotypes.” [1]

“Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D., has given all those who ponder the origins of humankind an extraordinary gift of remarkably thorough research. Martinez deftly weaves the progress of our hybrid species as a co-product of mixed earthly ancestry and the ministry of the ‘gods’, the heavenly visitors. This remarkable book offers an extensively developed thesis that profoundly offers an alternative to evolution.” [2]

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Did we evolve from apes, or are we all descendants of Adam and Eve? Why is the “missing link” still missing? Is the dumb luck of natural selection valid?

Piecing together the protohistory of humanity through anthropology, genetics, paleolinguistics, and indigenous traditions, Susan B. Martinez offers an entirely original alternative to Darwin’s evolution: Modern humanity did not evolve but is a mosaic of mixed ancestry, the result of eons of cross-breeding and retro-breeding among different groups, including Cro-Magnon, Neanderthal, hobbits, giants, and Africa’s “Lucy” and “Zinj.” Martinez shows that there were multiple “Gardens of Eden” and how each continent had its own blend of races prior to the Great Flood, which caused the diaspora that brought a renaissance of culture to every division of the Earth.

Martinez explains Homo sapiens’ mental powers (the Great Leap Forward) in cosmological terms--how we are the product of both heaven and earth. She identifies the “Sons of Heaven” and the angel-engendered races, explaining how Homo sapiens acquired the “blood of the gods,” which endowed us with a soul. Providing the ultimate resolution to the Evolution versus Creationism debate, this landmark study of hybrid man justifies his unexpectedly sudden appearance in the fossil record, the curious parallels between oral histories of the world’s people, and why anatomically modern features are found in the earliest paleontological evidence.

SUSAN B. MARTINEZ, Ph.D., earned her doctorate in anthropology at Columbia University, where she also served as a lecturer in ethnolinguistics. She is the book review editor at the Academy of Spiritual and Consciousness Studies and the author of The Psychic Life of Abraham Lincoln, The Hidden Prophet, Time of the Quickening, and The Lost History of the Little People. A contributor to Forbidden Science and Darklore, her work also appears in Atlantis Rising, FATE, and New Dawn magazines. She lives in Clayton, Georgia.

[1] Paul Von Ward, author We’ve Never Been Alone and The Soul Genome

[2] Brad Steiger, author Worlds Before Our Own and
     Conspiracies and Secret Societies: The Complete Dossier

Acknowledgments, Note on Evolution, Chronololgy, and Abbreviations

“Beware the science of man.” – Edward Bulwer-Lytton, The Coming Race

“I think I shall avoid the whole subject.”

– Charles Darwin, in 1857 when asked if his forthcoming book, The Origins of Species, would treat of man's evolutlon

Introduction: The Unexpected Family Tree








Prologue: Diaspora – The Story of Pan









Chapter 1 ♦  Our Knowledge Is Skeletal: The Truth behind the Bones











Chapter 2 ♦ Return of the Hobbit: Our Ancestors the Little People






Chapter 3 ♦ Cheek by Jowl: Coexistence of the Early Races










Chapter 4 ♦ "I Do Not Believe 1 Ever Was a Fish": Debunking Evolution












Chapter 5 ♦ The Mating Game; Crossbreeding from Day One









Chapter 6 ♦ The Timekeepers; The Uncertainties of Scientific Dating









Chapter 7 ♦ The Spark; Factoring In the Human Spirit








Chapter 8 ♦ That Mystery of of Mysteries": Science vs. Intelligent Design










Chapter 9 ♦ Mutants, Monsters, and Morphogenesis: Back to the Facts













Chapter 10 ♦ When the World Was Young: The Question of How Life Began








Chapter 11 ♦ Not Out of Africa: The Many Gardens of Eden













Chapter 12 ♦ Dead Man Walking: Living Evidence of Ancient Races









Appendix A: The Temples of Khu: A Word Study

Appendix B: Ghan: A Word Study

Appendix C: Ihuan: A Word Study

Appendix D: Evidence of High Civilization in Ancient Oceania

Appendix E: Some Anachronisms

Appendix F: New World Not So New

Glossary, Footnotes, Endnotes


Bibliography, Index, About the Author


The Unexpected Family Tree
A Note on Evolution, Chronology, and Abbreviations

When I use the word evolution it does not mean I endorse the concept. The word appears many times in references or inside quotes or as part of an argument. Also, when I cite certain dates, this does not mean an endorsement either, but quoted for the record and sometimes in a relative, not absolute, sense. When I mention such dates for man's existence on Earth, particularly any date earlier than eighty thousand years ago (80 kya), it is only according to the evolutionists' time scale - not mine! I do not take it as a true calendar date. There are many places in this book where I cite an age in the millions of years; while I don't believe it for a second, I use it in the context of the argument presented. Please also note that the word man is used as a convenient shorthand for humanity (feminists, please forgive).

In addition to being able to recognize the frequently mentioned fossil men throughout this book, it may be useful to be familiar with the following abbreviations:

Abbreviation    Meaning
AMH   anatomically modem human
Ar.   Ardipithecus (genus)
Au.   Australopitheeus (genus)
Au   australopithecine, australopith  
BP   before present
[e.a.]   emphasis added (to a quote)
H.   Homo (genus)
kya   thousand years ago
kyr   thousand years old
mod   morphologically modem
mya   million years ago
myr   million years old
Hominid Gallery

Below is a table of the fossil types most frequently referenced throughout the text, with the corresponding date or range of dates attributed to them, along with a brief description of relevant features.

Most Frequently Mentioned Fossil Men
Names Where / When Description
Ardipithecus ramidus (Ardi, Asu) Ethiopia/ 4.4 myr Curved fingers, 350 cc
Australopithecus/Praeanthropus anamensis
Kenya/ 4.2 myr No chin but mod tibia
Australopithecus afarensis (Lucy) Africa/ 3 myr (date controversial) Pygmy sized, modern footprint
Australopithecus africans (Mrs. Pies) South Africa/ 1 to 3 myr Au but mod pelvis
Australopithecus africanus
(Taung Child, Dart's Child)
South Africa/ 2 myr Brain and teeth more mod than face
Australopithecus/Paranthropus robustus South Africa/ 2 myr Stocky, rugged, huge molars
Australopithecus sedipa South Africa/ 2 myr Upgraded Au
Homo habilis (handy man) East Africa/ 2 myr Short, gracile, long arms; apparently an improved Au
Homo rudolfensis (Skull 1470) East Africa/ 2 myr Pre-H. erectus with
mod-shaped brain
Australopithecus/Paranthropus boisei
East Africa/ 1.7 myr Robust Au with huge cheek teeth
Homo ergaster (ER 3883, 3733) Koobi Fora, Africa/
1.5 to 1.75 myr
Tall, early H. erectus?;
archaic features mixed
with modern ones
KNM-WT 15000 (Turkana Boy) Kenya/ 1.6 myr Mosaic: primitive head on mod body
Homo erectus (Drnk, ground people) Various locations/
1.8 myr to 300 kyr
Some very large
Homo heidelbergensis
(Mauer Man, Heidelberg Man)
Europe, China, Israel/
130 to 750 kyr
Pre-Neanderthal but modern dentition
Pithecanthropus erectus (Java Man) Java/ 500kyr First H. erectus discovered
Homo rhodesiensis/heidelbergensis
(Kabwe Man, Rhodesian Man,
Broken Hill Man)
Zambia/ 40 to 400 kyr Tall, strong H. erectus-Neanderthal mix
Sinanthropus/Homo erectus pekinensis
(Peking Man)
China/ 300 kyr Classic burly H. erectus
Qafzeh hominid Israel/ 30 to 100 kyr Proto-Cro-Magnons contemporary with Neanderthals
Homo floresiensis (hobbit, flo) Flores, Indonesia/
12 to 95 kyr
Tiny, very mixed morphology
Skhul hominid IsraeI/ 40 to 80 kyr AMH crania and vocal tract mixed with Neanderthal traits
Fontechévade Man France/ 70 kyr? Pre-Neanderthals with mod traits
LM1, LM2, LM3 (Mungo Man) Australia/ up to 60 kyr Delicate AMHs before erectoids
Denisova hominid Altai, Siberia/ 40 kyr Confusing hybrid of mod and primitive
In The Docket

  • “How was the beginning of man? How was it with the first of the living?” – Oahspe, Book of Jehovih, 6:8

As the world looks on, America the beautiful has a nasty squabble on its hands that won't go away. We just can't seem to agree on the right way to teach human origins to our schoolchildren. More than once, the U.S. Supreme Court has stepped in, slapping the wrist of Bible belt states that saw fit to introduce creation science to the curriculum.[*1] Emotional, confrontational, and guileful, too, the schism between God-free science and intelligent design (ID) has laid bare a great divide in our country - and in our world.

The U.S. Constitution's First Amendment - ironically? - favors the nonbelievers, for religious doctrines may not be imposed (by law) on Americans. Yet religious Americans themselves feel imposed upon by school boards that have swung to the science side, not allowing God or design into the discussion. Science and religion, argued one of Darwinism's more fluent advocates in 1999, Stephen Jay Gould, are "totally separate realms."[1] Yet today, with the theory of everything (ToE) looming large on the science horizon, Gould may be proven quite wrong about this intellectual apartheid. The single axiom, the great unity, that final theory that has not yet been ferreted from nature, promises to be sweeping enough to include amoeba, galaxy - and God.

Gould was not above using condescending terms like ignorance, absurdity, and anti-intellectualism in his (1999) polemic against America's "religious fundamentalists." He frankly thought God "an illusion" and the concept of soul "antiquated" (Ever Since Darwin). Like-minded citizens (most recently in Kansas, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Ohio) resent the creationist agenda for "posing a threat to the minds of our children." Could well-educated people "really believe that ID [intelligent design] can rival evolution?" asks New Scientist, the influential British magazine that is today's leading anti-creationist gladiator; they swear that this is one "battle we cannot afford to lose.".[2]

They are right. Intelligent design is an awesome rival that could put them all out of business. ID has been around a lot longer than "AD," Darwin's accidental design (I jump into the debate in chapter 8). Although ID is labeled a creation myth by opponents, evolution itself is beset with so many indefinites as to qualify as our own state mythology, an unimpeachable sacred cow. It is ironic that the word indoctrination, which was once applied to the overbearing dogmas of religious teaching, can now apply to the tenets of atheism and its pet theory - evolution.

Gould's remarks in that 1999 article make it abundantly clear that evolution brooks no heretics, for it is "one of the greatest triumphs of human discovery … as well documented as any phenomenon in science, as strongly as the earth's revolution around the sun"; therefore "no one ignorant of evolution can understand science." At the end of this book you are holding, the Earth will still be revolving around the sun, but will inquiring minds be revolving around Darwin's pedigree for man? I hope not.

[*1] As of 2012 Tennessee and Louisiana are the only states that allow teachers to challenge the theory of evolution. Curiously, the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial, which upheld the law against teaching Darwinism in schools, was in the state of Tennessee.

[1] Gould, “Dorothy, It’s Really Oz,” 59.

[2] Gregory, “Fight the Good Fight,” 3.

The Only Game in Town

If Darwin's evolution was the subversive underdog in the mid-nineteenth century, to oppose it today is the subversive, even unthinkable thing. Freedom of thought and speech? Not really. The new religion of the intelligentsia is nonreligion. This is a one-party system with its own secret policing, a kind of oligarchy, poised to keep adversaries at bay. Few among the educated, commented American anthropologist C. Loring Brace, could doubt evolution. What was once a nineteenth-century struggling theory is now an idée fixe. Human descent with modification (from apes) is now "an established truth [like] the existence of atoms."[3] Darwinism, declared evolutionary biologist Ernst Mayr, is "the greatest intellectual revolution experienced by mankind."[4] But grandstanding doesn't make it so.

Politicized, the functionaries of evolution deliver explanations in standardized terminology that serves as the straitjacket of evolution; for example, the term Java ape-man clearly prejudices things in favor of a missing link. Anthropoid, which means "manlike," includes apes, humans, and monkeys! Even the agreement on a superfamily called Hominoidea is biased, for it lumps together the great apes and ourselves. Australopiths (Au) are called bipedal apes,[5] though, as we'll see, they were humans, not apes. Very recently indeed (2010) Douglas Palmer, like most other British anthropologists, still refers to Australopithecus afarensis as "these apes." (Au. afarensis, we will see in chapter 1, were the earliest humans - not apes at all.) But the deck is loaded: Definition of hominid? All primates more like man than ape.

Biased terminology sets the stage, the new word hominin means any descendant of the last common ancestor of humans and chimpanzees, including humans and their ancestors, as well as apes (chimps and gorillas). But the common ancestor dogma is pure assumption, which I confront in chapter 10.

[3] Coyne, Why Evolution Is True, xiii, xvii.

[4] Mayr, What Evolution Is, 9.

[5] Jones, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution, 239.


The subtext of all this confidence, this bravado, is the tumbling house of cards called evolution, laced with self-congratulation and softened with false modesty: When older Darwinian ideas are trumped by new evidence, why, this only shows that evolution is a marvelously flexible, healthy, and self-correcting science, But this is really built-in deniability clothed as flexibility. John Feliks, writing about this, has said: "There is one far-reaching and influential field in which the quality, of self-correction is notably absent. This is the field of human origins." Feliks goes on to comment that "the system of peer review in paleoanthropology is devoted entirely to belief in Darwinian evolution. … Conflicting evidence must be kept from publication."[6]

Dean Falk calls it paleopolitics: The VIPs of evolution disagree about almost everything except evolution itself. To my mind, the extent of quibbling is proportionate to its ill-founded premise. Almost every important find is contested amid a maelstrom of conflicting fossil information. One new fossil find, and everything gets reclassified. Referring to Homo erectus, Homo sapiens, and Neanderthal, paleoanthropologist Marvin L. Lubenow writes: "I cannot think of any scenario that more clearly demonstrates the meaninglessness of these categories.[7] What this means is that there exist no clearly defined taxa in the whole of human evolution. And for a good reason: All the overlapping among these types of fossil men is due not to evolution but to hybridization. Taxonomy doesn't stand a chance in the face of the ongoing amalgamations that this book is about. Again and again, the fossil record is an unsolvable puzzle of mosaics - each hominid type possessing hopelessly mixed racial traits.

Despite the disagreements and conflicts in this field, "disputation," argues the professional skeptic Michael Shermer, "is at the heart of a robust science."[8] But is nonstop infighting and sub rosa backstabbing really a sign of health and openness? Such debates, moreover, are all within evolutionary theory not between evolutionary theory and something else. Of course, the only disputation allowed is among insiders who may disagree on their competing models, triggering vicious debates, but they close rank and circle their wagons with the approach of "the empty logic of Darwin's doubters."[9]

The case of H. sapiens remains open and unsolved. Detective work is at its best when you ask whys and wherefores, not when you approach with forgone conclusions. Oh, there might be suspects, but even persons of interest are supposedly innocent until proven otherwise. Today, studies couched in evolution's special jargon are designed to exemplify human evolution, not to test it, not to put it on trial. All alternatives, goes the Darwinian cant, have been "thoroughly refuted."[10] So why do the refutations continue without stint? Helena Cronin calls critics of evolution "not even in the same league."[11] Censorship, I am afraid, is built into this bureaucracy of knowledge, which now basks in a near-perfect monopoly. When evolutionists refer to an alternate theory as discredited - know that this means it was shot down summarily by the evolution police: examples might include the lost race theory (see chapter 2) or high civilization in the Mesolithic.

Finds, no matter which science we are talking about, are interpreted to satisfy the leading theories of the day. As in any industry, career is at stake - grants, promotions, tenure, publications, professional reputation, respectability. One candid professor of paleoanthropology had this to say about the state of the art: "Human evolution is a big deal these days. Leakey's world known, Johanson is like a movie star. … Lecture circuit. National Science Foundation: big bucks. Everything is debatable, especially where money is involved. Sometimes people deliberately manipulate data to suit what they're saying."[12] Another frank observer noted that "as essential funding is brought more and more under centralized government control, researchers have no alternative but to concentrate upon the agenda set by the paradigm."[13]

Play by the rules, or you're out of the game. You cannot go out and dig without money and it is harder and harder to be funded without a promise of ground-breaking work. Breakthroughs in evolution are the cash cow.

  • “Scientists are in exactly the same position as Renaissance painters, commissioned to make the portrait the patron wants done. … [T]he system works against problem-solving. Because if you solve a problem, your funding ends. … Scientists are only too aware whom they are working for. Those who fund research … always have a particular outcome in mind.” – Michael Crichton, State of Fear

[6] Feliks, “The Pleistocene Coalition: Exploring a New Paradigm,” 5.

[7] Lubenow, Bones of Contention, 202.

[8] Shermer, “Unweaving the Heart,” 38.

[9] Ibid.

[10] Diamond quoted in Mayr, What Evolution Is, x.

[11] Cronin, The Ant and the Peacock, 48, 49, 52.

[12] Johnson, Darwin on Trial, 121, 178.

[13] Ibid., 121.

The Truth Will Out

We live in an age when the truth will out, perhaps even more than we bargained for – bubbling to the surface in unexpected ways. As for myself, for forty years I have sat by and just kept my mouth shut, knowing my confreres in anthropology were not doing justice to the story of man's extraordinary origin. I had to go off the reservation to find out for myself if we are really apes who got culture and a great brain. Recently, in the course of writing about the little people (Homo sapiens pygmaeus),[*2] the house of cards called human evolution came tumbling down on my head. I knew I could not turn back: I had to write about man, the hybrid. This then is his checkered history.

This book is not concerned with biological evolution, only the ascent of man, who is, of course, a zoological entity (corporeal) but at the same time something more than an animal (something incorporeal), in a class by himself: a separate kingdom.

  • “The origin of our genus … continues to inspire fiery debate.” – Donald Johnson and Enrico Ferorell, "Face to Face with Lucy's Family", National Geographic

I start this book on the premise that people (the races of man) don't, didn't, can't, and couldn't change or evolve (physically) to become something else. Notwithstanding hypothetical family trees and even more fanciful common ancestors, the question of origins today remains completely unsettled and open to interpretation. What evolutionists call change is, in my book, simply the result of commingling, different races mixing genes. Evolution's transmutation of species reminds me of nothing so much as the medieval transmutation of lead into gold, an alchemy fed by legend, ambition, and illusion.

  • “It is man's ideas that have evolved.” – Loren Eiseley, The Immense Journey

I don't believe in physical evolution; our real evolution is in mettle, ethos, character. George Morley of the Kosmon Church in England put it this way "There have been times when Man was more advanced than today. … In the civilisations of the ancient Egyptians and Persians, and earlier still on the grand continent which sank beneath the Pacific (Pan), we see great knowledge and wisdom, when men had understanding of the gods. … Then what is it that has advanced? It is the conditions of life … the ordinary comforts. … But it must ultimately come about that there will be a spiritual apotheosis to which Man will attain."[14]

Human history, wrote author John W. White, my friend and publishing mentor, is a "process of ascent to godhood. … Cro-Magnon are distinguished from Neanderthal not so much by physical body design as by their greater intelligence which resulted in world's first art, statuary, engravings, music, personal ornamentation, star charts … [and] more highly developed social systems. Altogether they showed a superior degree of consciousness."[15]

[*2] My book The Lost History of the Little People: Their Spiritually Advanced Traditions around the World and this one are really a set.

[14] Morley, A Path of Light, 2.

[15] White, “Enlightenment 101.”

The Nookie Factor

Yes, many have already rebutted Darwinian evolution, but "so far, they have failed to find … a better theory to put in its place."[16] The disproving of evolution has already been done many times and done well by biologists, mathematicians, lawyers, Christians, prehistorians, science writers, and even paleontologists. But a real meaty alternative remains to be offered. If anything, Darwinism has succeeded by default. An alternative comes to life in these chapters, which present our two common ancestors, Asu and Ihin, whose races mingled to produce a third, the Druks (H. erectus). (See "Cast of Characters" below.)

We have a lot of ground to cover and missteps to unravel: To begin with, it took many decades for scholars to finally admit that supposed ancestors were actually contemporaries (chapter 3 is devoted to this). Then, more decades elapsed before it was conceded that those contemporaries (living side by side) actually interbred (the subject of chapter 5), producing the entire pantheon of hybrids known to us as the fossil record.

Read any scientific book about the races in today's world and hardly a page goes by without mention of admixtures, crossings, half-breeds, and so on. It was the same in the ages of the past. Hiding in plain sight is the all-too-human factor of these mergers, what archaeologist Christopher Hardaker whimsically calls the nookie factor. So let's cut to the chase:

  • “We could have babies together” – Christopher Hardaker

The nookie factor actually stands Darwinism on its head. Whereas evolution has species lines branching out and separating (splitting) at some time in the distant past, crossbreeding entails quite the opposite: the different stocks came together, cohabited, to form new races. And we are all hybrids. Here's the nub of this book: Fossils taken as representing stages of evolution or changes (by mutations) are herein shown to represent nothing more than the unstoppable intermixing of the Paleolithic races. Man the mixer is our constant theme. The peopling of the world, as drawn in these chapters, is about the mingling and merging of disparate types. No evolution there, just the continual confection of half-breeds and quarter-breeds, an exchange of genes since day one.

[16] Seiglie, Creation or Evolution? 26.

That Was Then, This Is Now

  • “The present is not the key to the past.” – Marvin L. Lubenow, Bones of Contention: A Creationist Assessment of Human Fossils

Early man lived "amidst physical conditions far different from those which prevailed during Neolithic times," observed paleogeologist George Frederick Wright. As we will again have occasion to note, past processes cannot be judged wholly by present ones. We find, however, that cannibalism in the protohistorical world, as an example, has been judged by modern standards, sanitized and interpreted as "the result of mortuary practices. …In view of the extreme scarcity of cannibalism in historic times, its very existence in prehistory is becoming hard to swallow."[17] We will, however, see this is quite wrong (chapter 1).

The uniformitarian fallacy: Should we assume the past is comparable to the present? Immanuel Velikovsky, for one, protested this notion, "the shortsighted belief that no forces could have shaped the world in the past that are not at work also at the present time, a belief that is the very foundation of modern geology and of the theory of evolution."[18] Neither can such specious comparisons reveal the lost continent of Pan, which calamity changed the history of the planet (see prologue). Earth was different in earlier times with forces no longer operative after the Semuan age (discussed in chapters 6, 7, and 10).

  • “The terrestrial atmosphere was not the same in the remote past as it is now.” – Fred Hoyle, Evolution from Space
Today, no fossiliferous rocks are forming anywhere; nowhere are bones and shells lithified; (fossilization require rapid burial in sediments). The scale of mountain building, volcanic activity, and even nonterrestrial bombardments was much greater in early periods of Earth history (see chapter 6). The thickness of limestone sediments point to precipitation on a gigantic scale, though this is not taking place anymore. Today, no sea or lake is forming evaporate beds comparable to ancient deposits of immense thickness.

Darwin's theory of sexual selection in the distant past was based on the behavior of living creatures, working backward. Thus do his followers today make statements like: "Systematists can write a history of life on earth looking only at living species."[19] Paleontologists freely extrapolate from the present back to the past, called "backreckoning" – a top-down approach.

Some have worked out Homo erectus demographics, assuming that their population dynamics were much like those of hunter-gatherer people today. They use population trends from historical time (along with other assumptions) to judge the extent of prehistorical populations (I challenge this in chapter 6).

In addition, our genetic history is supposedly revealed by a DNA tree that uses chromosomes from present-day humans. "One starts from … the present structure … and then looks at the fossil record … to derive filiation of these forms."[20] For example the out-of-Africa theory (explored in chapter 11) works back from present populations, using these mtDNA trees. The well-known 1987 study, based on 136 women from different parts of the world, purportedly leads us back to mitochondrial Eve, our presumed African ancestress. Yet it is pure assumption that "evolutionary" history can be read off our genes. And the idea of "colonizing" the world out of Africa is more congruent with today's polieconomic Zeitgeist than with anything that happened in the Paleolithic. Imposing a Western expansionist framework on early man is just the sort of Eurocentrism that anthropology supposedly beats out of its acolytes. Variation (heterogeneity, diversity), we will see, was once much greater in the human family. This former diversity, as these chapters unfold, is actually the key that unlocks the door to the past.

[17] George Frederick White quoted in Jones, The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution, 330.

[18] Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision, 304– 5.

[19] Eldredge, Darwin: Discovering the Tree of Life, 112.

[20] Ridley, Evolution, 413.

Cast of Characters

The unfamiliar names of the five races of men used in this book have been borrowed from the historical portions of Oahspe: A New Bible in the Words of Jehovih and His Angel Embassadors, the dazzling, encyclopedic, lost records that open up many obscure aspects of Paleolithic culture to our understanding.[*3]

First race of man, Asu: bedrock mortal, the first "adam," though insapient; a close precursor of Australopithecus, represented best by Africa's Ardipithecus, dwelling on land and in trees and without speech and meager in consciousness. Since su means "spirit," Asu means "man without spirit," which is to say, before upgraded to true human status.
Second race of man, Ihin: the sacred little people (only three feet tall), the gracile AHMs (anatomically modern humans) of the very early record, with Europoid features - the root stock of Homo sapiens pygmaeus; like biblical Abel, in the sense of being able to think, understand, and commune spiritually. Appeared on Earth only six thousand years after the first generation of Asu. (An extensive history of the Ihins can be found in my prequel The Lost History of the Little People.)
Third race of man, Druk: a cross (though forbidden) between Asu man and Ihin; equivalent in many cases to H. erectus and also to the biblical Cain; also known as the ground people (pit dwellers); omnivorous, long-armed, curved back, often quite large ("giants"). They were the third race, just as H. erectus has been called "the third identifiable hominid."[21] Known also as the barbarian hordes. In this book I often use the name Druk interchangeably with H. erectus.
Fourth race of man, Ihuan: has mostly AMH features. Three times produced (72, 39, and 20 kya) by crossing Ihin and Druk. Best known as the Aurignacian and Solutrean Cro-Magnon in Europe: tall, strong, and copper-colored "mighty men"; the last Ihuans to survive into the modern era were the American Paleo-Indians.
Fifth race of man, Ghan: a cross between Ihin and Ihuan; fully modern in type, Homo sapiens sapiens, beginning around the time of Apollo, eighteen thousand years ago in both the Old and New Worlds (see appendix B). Stately but willful souls with all the arts and sciences of man. Kings and born conquerors. Masters of the sun kingdoms in the Mesolithic. They tamed the Earth.

[*3] Oahspe, first published in 1882, the year of Charles Darwin's death, was produced by automatic writing.

[21] Time-Life, The Human Dawn, 50.

The Story of Pan

  • “The rules of science [allow} no appeals to divine inspiration and no references to nonexistent lost continents.” – Kenneth L. Feder, Frauds, Myths and Mysteries
  • “Orthodoxy has a thousand champions.” – Keith Thomson, The Watch on the Earth

Breaking the rules in this departure from orthodoxy and the insular (even dehumanizing) rule of science, we will not only appeal to divine inspiration but will, out of sheer necessity, begin our travel back in time to the lost continent in the Pacific Ocean. Atlantis has a thousand champions, but now it is time to lift the veil on a different lost continent, the forgotten land of Pacifica (aka Pan or Mu).

The Light Bearers from Pan

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Figure P. 1. Top: The continents were called by these
names for 48,000 years until the sinking of Pan or Whaga.
Bottom: Direcetion of each tribe's dispersal out of Pan.
Maps by Zia Zymanksy, Oahspe supplement, appendix, 140.

Ever wonder why the Pacific Ocean is so big and so empty? Several names are associated with a missing continent therein: Mu, Tien-mu, Whaga (also spelled Wagga), Lemuria, Lumania, Hiva, Haiviki, Helani, Hoahomaitu, Fenua Nui, Patulan-Pa-Civan, Bolutu, Fu-Sang, Pacifica, Rutas, Adoma, Kalu'a, Kumari[*4] Nadu, Olepanti, Pantiya - and Pan.

Approximately 24,000 years ago a great destruction sank this continent; the only survivors were the Ihin, the little people.

Nothing could be older yet more permanent in the memory of man than the great deluge. Yet, contrary to old belief, it was not worldwide, just as Charles Darwin himself maintained, along with Charles Lyell, the father of modern geology (and Darwin's dear "chancellor"), who said this flood was not a universal event. The usual debate is whether the great flood was universal or local (in the Fertile Crescent). But it was neither. The Gilgamesh Flood Epic "leads us back to the very cradle of the human race".[1] And where did that cradle rock? Not in the Old World, which was seeded from elsewhere. Neither was the greatest diaspora of mankind out of Africa. It was out of Pan.[*5]  From Pan, the Ihins escaped in separate fleets to the five divisions of the Earth – Japan, America, Asia, India, and Africa – and proceeded to mix with the indigenous races, bring about a renaissance of civilization in each of those places.

As founders of the present races of men, these refugees "sapienized" the Near East, Europe, South America, Japan - bringing industry, tools, astronomy, temples, and the arts of peace. In each country, they founded colleges, teaching the priestly[*6] arts and sciences. Their sudden arrival helps explain why the Semitic, Hamitic, and Indo-European genotype of "pure families … appeared almost overnight" (after the flood), for these are all of the Ihin family, whose legacy produced the centers of postcataclysmic civilization.

Panology (as I term this new study) entails numerous surprises. Noah, for one, did not hail from anywhere in the Old World but from the land now lost in the Pacific Ocean. Mesopotamian (Chaldean) annals point to such a homeland: "The lands we live in are surrounded by the ocean, but beyond that ocean there is another land … and in that land Man … lived in paradise. During the Deluge, Noah was carried in his Ark into the land his posterity now inhabit."[2]

  • “The occurrence of an ark in the traditions of a deluge, found in so many distant times and places favors the opinion of these being derived from a single source.” – Edward Burnet Tylor, Researches into Early History of Mankind and the Development of Civilization

The Holy Bible refers to events of this sort as restocking the world with a more advanced people. The protohistorian's version predicates that "man's first civilization arose on Lemuria," whose émigrés became the initiators who went on to "stimulate the development of civilizations in Egypt, Peru, Tiahuanaco and the lands of the Celts."[3] And this is why the Egyptian god Ptah who "re-created" the world after the flood is pictured as a dwarf. For these émigrés, the sons of Noah, were Ihin race, a short, pale, and bearded people. These Egyptian-Lemurians, in turn, seem to correspond with the ancient people from Libya called the Garamantes, ancestors of the Egyptians who are painted on walls and cliffs as fair-skinned, blond chariotrers living in the Sahara Desert.

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Figure P. 2. James Churchward's map of Mu (Pan).
Churchward made famous the phrase
"the motherland of Mu."

This period, ca 24 kya, is generally recognized as the time of dramatic demographic dispersal of genetically modern peoples (AMHs).

The deluge brought about a new configuration of the globe and was the true year one of the present human race.[4] It is the deluge, really, that divides the Upper from the Lower Paleolithic. At that time, 24 kya, the only advanced culture left in the world was on the continent of Pan.

  • “The Ihin hath been destroyed off all the divisions of the earth save Wagga [aka Pan].” – Oahspe, Synopsis of Sixteen Cycles 2:2

As we will be seeing, retrobreeding and genocide in the Old World had curbed the march of civilization. Indeed, the chosen people (Ihin) had everywhere been killed off and despoiled, and by 24 kya, even the land of Pan had become peopled over with men raised up to deeds of blood; yet a remnant of the peaceful Ihins remained, hiding from their evil pursuers.[5]

Preflood people are an older stratum, often with unclassifiable languages and unique customs and physiognomy. Today there seem to be a few surviving languages that were spoken by the little people before their near-universal extermination by barbarians (those 'wicked' giants), which took place before the flood: The filipino Abenlens, for instance, speak a language of their own that no one ever heard of. The Ainu language of Japan is also unlike any other. The (Bay of Bengal) Andamanese speak a completely unclassifiable language. The little people of Australia have a language different from the full-size Aborigines. The tiny Tapiro of New Guinea also retain a unique language. The Malagasy Mikea people have a vocabulary and way of life completely unlike their neighbors, their language thought to be a remnant of the Vazimba tongue. All of the above-mentioned are little people.

Centuries ago, when two African pygmies were brought to the king of Italy, it was soon learned that they spoke a dialect of their own, different from any known African tongue. Why? Because they go back to preflood days, predating the influx of Pan people and their subsequent mixes in Africa (explained in chapter 11). Schweinfurth believed the little Akka and Bushmen were the ultimate aboriginals of the continent. Today, the Mbenga pygmies are extremely divergent from all other human populations; they are among the unclassifiable groups and language speakers, which may well be anterior to the great postflood amalgamations.

There is reason to believe the "chosen" people were chosen to survive the devastation of Pan, for they were the light bearers (the "immortals") of deepest antiquity. Records kept by the Babylonian priesthood traced the first dynasty after the flood to the year 24,500 BP. Studying the Babylonians and their Gilgamesh flood Epic, we find the hero setting out in search of immortality; a man named Utnapishtim (the Babylonian Noah) and his family had been the only survivors of the debacle and afterward the gods made them immortal. This immortality (as we touch on again in chapters 2 and 7) was the force of soul, the capacity for everlasting life - made possible through the influence and genes of the Ihins, sole survivors of the deluge, "seed" and spark of future humanity.

[*4] Kumari and other ku-derived names are gathered together in appendix A.

[1] Campbell, Primitive Mythology, 15, 146, 274.

[*5] See The Lost History of the Little People, where I found the name Pan retained to this day in scores of languages and locations (but especially in Mexico).

[*6] The priestly arts are traced back to the sages of Khu (on Pan) as suggested in appendix A.

[2] Drake, Gods and Spacemen of the Ancient East, 148.

[3] White, Pole Shift, 313; Charroux, The Mysteries of the Andes, 69.

[4] Charroux, Masters of the World, 67, 50.

[5] Oahspe, The Lords’ First Book 1: 25, 2: 4.

Five Brothers, Five Races

  • “Five great divisions of the earth there are … [for] the Lord established the five peoples who were saved from Pan.” – Oahspe, Book of Sethantes 2:4, and The Lords' Fifth Book 5:1

While the doctrine called monogenism (one origin) has mankind arising in a single place, the school of polygenism posits separate development of the races in several different locations. A leading polygenist and anthropologist, Carleton Coon, thought Homo sapiens arose not in one place or cradle, but in five different areas of the world.

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Figure P. 3. Five men in a boat.
The image of five men in a raft has been
portrayed in almost every part of the world.

The ancient tradition of five divisions of Earth (iconically five men) seems to reinforce Coon's (much derided, as we will see) scheme of mankind established into five different races: Caucasoid, Congoid, Capoid, Mongoloid, and Australoid. Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, the father of physical anthropology, also divided the human races into five, a bit more accurately than Coon: Caucasian (Shem), Mongolian (Jaffeth), Ethiopian (Ham), American (Guatama), and Malayan (Yista). As we will see, these five races, Shem, Jaffeth, Ham, Guatama, and Yista, correspond to the five fleets out of Pan (see figure P.3 for depictions from all over the world of five men in a boat, representing the five races leaving Pan).

Five figures appear on the Sumatran "soul ship," a ceremonial motif; the frequent appearance of boats of the dead in Sundaland (Southeast Asia) may be understood as a memorial to the land of their ancestors to the east - Oceania. I think it is significant that the Oceanic Malekulans attribute their megalithic-building tradition to five culture-bearing brothers, white men with aquiline noses. In India as well, the Pan-davas are the five heroes/brothers of the Mahabharata, their name presumably based on Sanskrit pan-du, meaning "white, yellow-white pale." A tradition of five brothers is also recalled by the Haida Indians of British Columbia, who say the first people came out of clamshells (read dugouts, arks), and they were "five little bodies," which is to say the Ihins, Homo sapiens pygmaeus.

  • “And J. blew His breath upon the ships of His sons and daughters; blew them about upon the ocean; blew them to the east and west and north and south … the ships were congregated into four fleets; thirty-four ships [e.a.] into each fleet, except two ships, which were carried together in a fleet by themselves. The Lord said: I will name the fleets of my chosen, and their [five] names shall be everlasting on the earth: Guatama, Shem, Jaffeth, Ham and Yista. The Lord said: From these, my seed, I will people the earth over in all its divisions.” – Oahspe, The Lords' First Book 1:46-49

The Irish Book of Invasions records that the Nemhedh were five brothers who, bringing order, justice, and prosperity, established the five provinces of Ireland. These Nemedians "had thirty-four [e.a.] ships that traveled the open sea in search of new lands". The name Nemedian seems to be an anglicization of Neimhidh, being a "noble sacrosanct, worthy" people who arrived in Ireland some time (six hundred years) after the deluge. As Nemed, they are the king's poets and the forefathers of Ireland's diminutive Tuatha de Danaan, a "divine" race.

Where Did White People Come From?

  • “Caucasoid origins remain … shrouded in mystery.” – William Howells, Getting Here

Mystery, really, means that something, a piece of the puzzle, is missing (perhaps ignored or even suppressed). Too often mystery is the throwaway term for issues that today's paradigm enforcers would rather not deal with. But where did Caucasians come from? Cross-cultural comparisons may tell a tale: in many places, the sudden injection of culture (along with a different breed of people, a Europoid type) 24,000 to 25,000 years ago brought with it a raft of inventions that are uncannily similar in widely separated lands.

  • “Every case is different. It's the similarities that intrigue.” – Joseph Kanon, The Prodigal Spy

In the last two centuries, new light has begun to shine on these parallel works, which include: pyramids, mounds, arts, engineering, agriculture, medicine, astronomy, navigation, writing - the entire gestalt hinting at a mutual heritage, a common origin. But this wellspring of humanity, the key to all that followed, the key to the Upper Paleolithic and all its "mysteries," has not been a welcome subject on academic turf for a long time. It remains in limbo.

But it is not a mystery. Only the straitjacket rules of science have made it so. Europe's Cro-Magnon man, it is understood, came from elsewhere, since all that was before in Europe were brutish Neanderthals. The oldest rock painting in France is 25 kyr. French cave art at Lascaux, Ain, and Montespan, dated perhaps 20 kya, was the work of little people, for here the Cro-Magnon artist (usually over six feet) was less than five feet tall. France's Lascaux paintings are reminiscent of South African cave art dated 22 kya. "It would seem that the masters of Lascaux came from Asia or even from the legendary Mu."[6] Perhaps so, for the first Paleo-Caucasoids also turn up in China, Australia, and America at this time; and it is probably not a coincidence that Mexico's (Valsequillo) artifacts of the Cro-Magnon type are given this date: 24,000 BP.

Russian art may hold some answers: The earliest artists in the region of Lake Baikal are dated 23,000 years old; a 24,000-year-old Sunghir burial (near Moscow) contained thousands of ivory beads - one of the earliest examples of jewelry. Most intriguing is the tradition in Vladimir, Russia, that their village is 24,000 years old. Indeed, pre-historians say moderns first spread through central Siberia and Russia at that time. The earliest Venus figurines are also part of the mix, dated in Russia to 24,000 BP. In fact, the distribution of Venuses is so extensive in the Old World as to suggest "a large population movement [in] the final … period of the Ice Age."[7]

We can track this movement in cranial morphology, Russia appearing as the hub of a widespread round headed race; this brachycephaly, as it is called, is the distinctive head shape of the Ihins, who made their way from Pan to almost every continent. As one approaches "Hiva [Pan aka Mu], the more the people become brachycephalic."[8]

[6] Kolosimo, Timeless Earth, 131.

[7] Bahn, 100 Great Archaeological Discoveries, 64.

[8] Schwartz, The Mysteries of Easter Island, 157.

Caucasians in the Pacific Rim

Italian prehistorian Egisto Roggero in Il Mare observed that "the great Oceanic race, an ancient people of whose story we know nothing … [were striking in] their resemblance to the white races of the west." Polynesians are neither Australoid nor Negroid nor Mongoloid, but rather a combination of these races, also possessing "a strong white element,"[9] their tall redheads so like the stately Inca nobility with their wheat-colored hair. Remarkably pale people abide at Baie des Francais and Mangea, as well as on other islands of the Pacific,[10] such as New Hebrides (the Ambat people), the Solomons, Vanuatu, Fiji, Rotumah, and Suuna Rii. The Polynesian race founder Kon-tiki is said to be bearded and white, as were the little people of Hawaii. Bearded people (most typical of the Caucasian stock) are also known among South America's Mapuche Indians, Arawaks, Tiahuanacans, and Incans. Builders of Brazil's Trans-Amazon Highway came across a white-skinned, red-bearded tribe called the Assurinis, their language different from the regional dialects. Though the ancient Mexicans were themselves beardless, most of their deities were bearded (like the Olmec statuettes), just as the Alux, a relict race of little people in the Yucatan, sport long jet-black beards. James Churchward in his classic, The Lost Continent of Mu, explained this by supposing that "far back there was a white race dominating Mexico and Central America. … All the kings and queens of Mayax during the twelve dynasties were of the white race. … The forefathers of the white Polynesians of today, the forefathers of the white Mayas of Yucatan and the forefathers of all our white races were one and the same."

In North America the Pomo and Hupa Indians (California) have remarkably abundant beards, as did the legendary little Nunnehi of Cherokee country as well as the white Eskimos. The 10-kyr Great Stone Face, found in Chicago and not Indian made, is bearded.

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Figure P.4. Ainu with beard.

In the Far East the only heavly bearded and Caucasoid people are the Ainu, their name a variant of Ihin and Innu-it. Blond Inuit were seen by Sir John Franklin in the nineteenth century: an Alaskan people with blue eyes and remarkably abundant beards, possibly descendants of the "mummy people" (so called because they mummified their dead), a seven-thousand-year-old Caucasian-like race who lived on Alaska's Aleutian Islands. Early in the twentieth century, explorers again encountered several tribes of white Eskimos, some with red hair, living on the shores of Davis Straits, their facial features "so well made."

The Inuit themselves assert "the men first made were white."[11] The Inuit's ancestors, perhaps ten thousand years ago, enjoyed an advanced culture and possessed a complexion as fair as the Cro-Magnons. American anthropologist Roland Dixon adduced a Neolithic population of blond, fair people extending from Asia to Siberia to the Bering Strait. They may have descended from the people who built an Alaskan "arctic metropolis."[12] Excavations at Ipiutak gave up astonishing ruins - a town a mile long with a population of probably four thousand, remains of eight hundred houses, long avenues of living sites, and thoroughfares. The town's inhabitants had produced sophisticated ivory canings with motifs quite similar to the Ainu of Japan. Delicately made and engraved implements also bear an uncanny resemblance to items from North China. The intricate canings as well as the detachable harpoon head of the Ainus and Alaskans have been carefully compared and deemed almost identical.

[9] Gladwin, Men Out of Asia, 234.

[10] Ellis, Polynesian Researches, 123.

[11] Brinton, The Myths of the New World, 195.

[12] Corliss, Ancient Man, 234.

Oceania Itself

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Figure P.5. Rongorongo comparisons.
On Easter Island this figure was the symbol of
knowledge. In my own meanderings I have found
variations on the theme of the quipu
(an accounting device) on Easter Island,
and in China, Babylonia, Peru, and Hawaii.

The peoples of Oceania have kept records of a great deluge: "All the legends of Hawaii, the New Hebrides and New Zealand talk about a white-skinned race with fair hair".[13] who survived that calamity. New Zealand natives called that long-sunken land Hawaiki, peopled over by "an ancient Caucasian race [from] … across the ocean."[14] The highland people on Flores, Indonesia, have their own white Noah, the forefather of their tribe who was "saved from a flood in a ship." J. Macmillan Brown, geologist and one-time chancellor of the University of New Zealand, found it impossible to account for the remains on Easter Island (in the South Pacific) without positing a submerged archipelago. Since his time, others have asked: Why are Easter Island pictograms so similar to those of India (Mohenjo Daro) and China? (See figure P.5.) Easter Island's rongorongo inscriptions have also been compared to the pictographs of Panama's Kuna Indians (see appendix A) and to the figures in Peru's Nazca lines (geoglyphs), as well as to Egyptian hieroglyphics and decorations at Turkey's Çatalhüyük.

The Mu folk of Hawaii's Kauai forest are described as people with Caucasian features (ancestors, some say, of present-day Aryans[15]). They were civilized. A numerous and unrivaled race, they were, according to the Hawaiians, shipbuilders and skilled mariners, and one Polynesian legend records exactly how the ark was built. As long as 40 kya, the Ihins were navigating the globe, the regular commerce between Old and New Worlds extensively probed in the work of Barry Fell, Harvard marine biologist and epigrapher, and also in the books of Frank Joseph, Philip Coppens, and others.

Students of prehistory are taught that Australia was peopled by the migrations from Southeast Asia. In this view (which I do not share) the little people of Australia, as anthropologist J. B. Birdsell argued, can be traced to Negrito migrants moving across South Asia to the southerly islands. On the same wavelength, Joseph Campbell saw the peopling of Melanesia as a late diffusion also coming from the mainland, perhaps China. And in the same way, the ancestors of the Polynesians are thought to have come from Asia around 1500 BCE. I don't think the Polynesians "came from" anywhere. Nevertheless, genetic studies have found that the great migrations of the Paleolithic moved from the islands of Sundaland (insular Southeast Asia) to the north and west of the mainland, thus populating Asia and beyond, instead of the other way around.

The most far-fetched theories are offered to account for (explain away) the white genes of Polynesians; we will have to argue, though, that they (like the Australians, Papuans, Filipinos, etc.) are all indigenous to their locale and not "imported" from anywhere. If Oceania owes its history to migrants from China or Singapore or Southeast Asia, why are there no antecedents to Austronesian languages on the mainland of Asia? Because they "could have arisen in Oceania."[16] Circling the empty Pacific Ocean are languages that: (1) use numerical classifiers; (2) put the verb first in a sentence; and (3) have pronouns beginning with m and n. This geolinguistic mapping suggests a wave of people spreading out, from some lost Oceanic center, in all directions along the Pacific rim. With vocabulary, numerals, and grammar of Sundaland, Asia, and Native America matching up with Polynesian languages, there is good reason to ask if "at some remote period … they were originally one people."[17]

[13] Kolosimo, Not of this World, 153, 199.

[14] Chouinard, Forgotten Worlds, 241– 42.

[15] Kolosimo, Timeless Earth, 54.

[16] Oppenheimer, Eden of the East, 66.

[17] Ellis, Polynesian Researches, 121.

Jaffeth, Son of Noah, in China

In the Chinese deluge story "the pillars of heaven were broken … the heavens sank lower toward the earth … and the earth fell to pieces."[*7] On the Asian mainland, "from the end of the flood onwards, we begin to see settlements all along … the coast of China."[18] The Uighurs of China are remembered as the first civilizers in the Old World after the flood. Chapter 10 of Patrick Chouinard's recent book Forgotten Worlds regales us with hundreds of blond and red-haired mummies found in China with Europoid features. "Asia," he wrote, "was once home to a lost tribe … a Caucasian population."

The sons of Noah (Jaffeth branch) who fled to China were, like most of the Ihins, white and yellow men: "The original inhabitants of the region, far from being Mongoloid, were actually Caucasian."[19] Neither are the blue-eyed. Uighur (of Western China) and the "Paleo-Caucasoid" Tocharians (who entered. China 25 kya) of a Mongoloid caste. There must be some truth to the Chinese legend recalling that the Gobi Desert was once a great sea and there was an island in this sea inhabited "by white men with blue eyes and fair hair … [originally] inhabitants of Mu … who imparted civilization."[20]

[*7] Creator-god Pan-ku kept the sky from falling; (both pan and ku are terms reminiscent of the lost continent).

[18] Oppenheimer, Eden of the East, 477.

[19] Chouinard, Forgotten Worlds, 156.

[20] Kolosimo, Timeless Earth, 57.

Guatama, Son of Noah, in the Americas

The Ihin fleet that reached America was named Guatama: Stephen Oppenheimer has people entering the New World 22,000 to 24,000 years ago, and they are Caucasian, as seen in the California specimen LA Man who is dated 24,000 BP.[21] In one AmerInd tradition, the only flood survivors were "little men of the mountains" (mounds), a lost race, but indeed they were groups of Ihins - the little people, with white and yellow hair.

The same date, 24,000 BP, obtains for the fine engravings and AMH (anatomically modern human) skulls found at Flagstaff, Arizona, as well as for the Basket Makers, in their small-sized burial vaults, uncovered in southwestern Pennsylvania. These engravers and artisans were also in Peru - made famous by the Ica stones, some of which depict the submerged lands from which their forefathers had been saved.

  • “There were made images of stone and copper, and engravings thereon of the children of Noe, and of the flood, and of the sacred tribes.” – Oahspe, The Lords' Fourth Book 2:20

The striking resemblance between China's Choukoutien Man and America's Plains Indians, especially in cranial morphology, does not necessarily mean a migration of Siberians across that old saw, the Bering Strait. Rather, let us consider that they both are from a common source - Pan. DNA analysis tells us that the ancestors of Asians and Americans separated earlier than 15,000 years ago (a fairly standard date for the Bering crossing). And if that earlier time be 24,000 years ago, it marks the great diaspora, after the sinking of the continent of Pan.

It has been asked: Why did the very earliest American Indian skulls "look like present-day Caucasians with an Indian cast"[22] It is because the Ihins settled the New World 24 kya, and proceeded to blend with the native stock. Thus did the early AmerInds in Washington state (near the Columbia River) end up with somewhat Caucasian features. The morphology of 9,000-year-old Kennewick Man's skull is also non-Native, resembling the Ainu and Polynesian type - not Siberian. Walter Neves (University of Sao Paolo) found links between the skulls of Polynesians and North American Paleo-Indians, just as anthropologist Marta Lahr matched Patagonian skulls to South Pacific islanders. Barry Fell, the Harvard paleontologist, was able to match skulls of Tennessee's ancient little people with lookalikes among the Negritos of the Philippines: all H. sapiens pygmaeus.

"The dwarfishness [of the world's little people] … who have retained so many traits in common … suggests that all of these far-flung groups may be linked in a common ancestry."[23] Workers have connected the prehistoric Tennessee, Kentucky, and Ohio mound builders to populations in Malaysia, Fiji, and the Sandwich Islands, their common artifacts "clearly of a Polynesian character. … The North Americans, Polynesians and Malays were formerly the same people, or had one common origin."[24]

Forensic evidence may bear this out: blood types indicate a strain of DNA in American Indians that shows relationship to Pacific Islanders,[25] not Siberians or Europeans. Why is there scarcely any B blood type among AmerInds, which is so common in Eastern Asia, whence their supposed ancestors made the trek across a Bering land bridge? Neither does Inca blood type have Old World affinities, even though the royal Inca looked like white men. Rather, a genetic clan in South and Central America has been found to be closely associated with Polynesians and curiously.[*8] absent in Siberia and Alaska. Tools, too: On the California coast, adzes and ax heads of Pacific origin were found.

Engravings of animals in Mexico, dated 22 kyr, are curiously "very much like the Cro-Magnon [art] in France."[26] (And we won't need the Bering Strait to make this connection.) Indeed, Europe's Solutrean spearheads are almost identical to the Clovis points in the American Southwest, and they are nothing like Siberian ones. These European cousins (and cousins they are) produced the cave art of France between 20,000 and 30,000 years ago. Cro-Magnon people appear to have had knowledge of a decimal system that we mistakenly believe was invented only a few thousand years ago,[27] just as their Mayan cousins, according to the Popul Vuh, were "the true race of men … who possessed all knowledge, and studied the four quarters of heaven and the round surface of the earth." In Peru "the shy, furtive and gentle" white people with beards are considered "the oldest race now alive,"[28] like the white Tapuyos who were thought to be refugees from a former civilization.

Figure P.6. Arawak. Arawaks are sometimes
thought to be Polynesian in origin.
Figure P.7. Filipino Negrito. Negritos,
as we go on, will prove to be a stunning
blend of the second and third races of men.
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Figure P.8. As a graduate student I did my field work
among an Arawakan tribe in Venezuela: the Guajiros.
These pictures were taken in 1969.

Up against twentieth-century academic opinion, Brown proposed that a lost continent in the South Pacific inhabited by white men had lent its culture to Peruvian civilization. Notable are similarities in language; significantly, it is the oldest Peruvian languages that have the greatest affinity with Polynesian ones, just as the statues from the earliest period on Easter Island bear a striking resemblance to the huge statues at San Agustin, Colombia, whose Stone Age temples and tombs also have counterparts on Easter Island: South American ceremonial platforms are almost identical to those on Easter Island.

The migration, it has been surmised, must have taken place in very early times; "and there can be no question of these immigrants having transmitted a higher chilization."[29] Would the influx of these proto-Caucasians explain the presence of "white Indians" throughout the Americas? Pierre Honore, like Brown, thought that people from Polynesia (not Africa or Asia) must have reached America, remains of which migration he found in both Brazil (Xingu River) and Ecuador. All along the upper tributaries of the Amazon one hears reports of pale-skinned tribes still inhabiting the ruins of cyclopean cities. Ten-thousand-year-old skeletons in Brazil show different skull types than modern Indians or people of Northern Asia. British explorer Percy Harrison Fawcett photographed white Indians all across Brazil's back villages, including the big, handsome, red-haired Tahuamanu people, their tallness answered by the white, bearded dwarfs (four-foot-tall pygmy men) along the Amazon, this tribe, said to be "Greek" in type, living near one of the dead cities of the interior.

The ancient songs of the Tupis of Brazil recount "destruction by a violent inundation … a long time ago … only a very few escaping."[30] The Tupi people are leptorrhine and brachycephalic (narrow nosed and round headed, like the Ihins), as are other "people of higher culture in North America."[31] This race, thought Fawcett, was of Pacific origin. Did they survive that overhelming disaster known as the great deluge? The name Tupi, we might note, corresponds to Tapi in Aztec tradition, which recounts that the Creator taught this pious man, Tapi, to build a boat in order to escape a great flood of waters.

Daniel Brinton, the esteemed American folklorist and linguist, reported that the Tupis of Brazil "were named after the first man, Tupa, he who alone survived the flood … an old man of fair complexion [e.a.], un vieillard blanc."[32] Paul Radin, who together with Brinton was among America's outstanding early ethnographers, described the Arawak tribes of the Caribbean and coastal areas as "men of light color with long hair and beards."[33] Harold Gladllin adds that the Arawaks "may have been Polynesian," just as comparative analysis suggests that "the Polynesians have, at some remote period, found their way to the [American] continent."[34]

[21] Goodman, The Genesis Mystery, 209.

[22] Ibid., 175.

[23] Gladwin, Men Out of Asia, 44.

[24] Ellis, Polynesian Researches, 122.

[25] Jones, The Lost Data on the Chariots of the Elohim, 239.

[*8] Curiously, because that's where the AmerInd ancestors allegedly passed from the Old World to the New (i.e., across Beringia). A new book by Dennis Stanford and Bruce Bradley, Across Atlantic Ice, finds that spearheads and knives in parts of prehistoric America have no correlation with those found in Siberia, or even Alaska. None of the Indian tribes, by the way, trace themselves back to Siberia.

[26] Goodman, The Genesis Mystery, 220.

[27] Von Ward, We’ve Never Been Alone, 174.

[28] Wilkins, Mysteries of Ancient South America, 117.

[29] Honore, In Quest of the White God, 188.

[30] Brinton, The Myths of the New World, 226.

[31] Dixon, The Racial History of Man, 451.

[32] Brinton, The Myths of the New World, 200.

[33] Radin quoted in Gladwin, Men Out of Asia, 343.

[34] Ellis, Polynesian, 122.

The Japanese Connection

Why is 42 percent of Japanese vocabulary Malayo-Polynesian? Why is the practice of tattooing so widespread: found in Sumatra, Polynesia, ancient America, and Africa (the Nigerian Yorubas practice this art, which along with their short bow, is non-African in provenance)? Prehistorian Leo Frobenius thought that these related customs came from a lost Pacific center, whose survivors spread to Asia, then to the West.

Why does Japanese mythology include so many elements reminiscent of Polynesia?[35] Here on the western side of the Pacific, local traditions recall that the islands of the Pacific arose after "the waters of a great deluge had receded".[36] The hazy outline of that early period comes into better focus with the archaeological discovery that the population of Japan swelled at least 20,000 years ago; (more like 25 kyr, according to Jeffrey Goodman[37]). It was at this time that all the arts of Japan improved, as seen in excellent microblade tools and the "elaborate and sophisticated" ware of the acclaimed Jomon potters.

These Jomon people were the dominant race in the Japanese islands during the "reign of the gods." In fact, they were the gods, or rather, the deified ancestor, appearing in sculptures with European features. Their fine canings, done in relief, are considered the oldest in all the world: "and of all people, ye [the Japanese] shall be reckoned the oldest in the world." Intriguingly, Jomon ware has been compared not only to the work of the Alaskan Ipiutak (pre-Inuit) across the pond, but also to identical work along the upper Amazon and Ecuadorian coast.[38] Jomon pottery has also been found in the Pacific itself (at Melanesia).

The earliest people, say the Japanese, were the white-skinned Yamato (Yamato later became the name of a Japanese dynasty). "Many thousand years ago, the islands of Japan formed a distant colony of Lemuria. … The Yamato enjoyed a sophisticated culture."[39] In the prehistoric tombs of Japan are found images of the Yamato, called haniwa, curious clay figures of little people, with faces of a Caucasian nobility, said to have brought with them from the motherland a developed civilization. The Japanese flag, the Rising Sun, still embodies the sacred emblem of that drowned land.

These Jomon or Yamato folk, who also built megalithic stone circles, were diminutive (tsuchigumo): remains, four and a half feet tall, have been found in association with their wares.[40] Some of their genes survive today in the little Ainu people, a living remnant of those long-lost whites (whose original name Ihin/Ine permutes to Inuit and Ainu).

The "undersized" Ainu stock occupied much of Asia at one time; today only a few remain - occupying northern Japan (Yezo). Although there has been a lot of intermarriage, the Ainu are quite different than Mongoloids, sporting luxuriant beards and wavy hair, their faces of a Caucasian cast. Neither were the ancient Jomon of typical Asian descent; "they were proto-Caucasoids, fair-skinned with prominent noses and full, light-colored beards".[41]

  • “The fleet of two ships [from Pan] carried to the north was called … in the Wagga [Panic] tongue Zha'pan, which is the same country that is to this day called Japan, signifying, Relic of the continent of Pan, for it lay … where the land was cleaved in two. … Thus was settled Japan.” – Oahspe, The Lords' First Book 1:55
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Figure P.9. Underwater ruins off Japan at Yonaguni,
Ryukyu Islands. This formation is called The Turtle.*9

The Japanese have their own recollections of a golden age and its ancient deity who gave happiness to the people of Okinawa "from beyond the sea." The western shore of that homeland was recently rediscovered beneath the waters off Okinawa. Along the East China Sea, a startling discovery was made in 1994, spread over more than three hundred miles of ocean floor: the remains of an ancient city, "a civilization lost in the sea", containing stone circles (à la Jomon), shafts, and massive monuments. To prehistorian Frank Joseph, the ruins are a remnant of a large continent in the Pacific Ocean, with counterparts on the Peruvian coast. He compares the sunken buildings off Okinawa to Pachacamac (near Lima) with its broad plazas and sweeping staircases.

Is it sheer coincidence (the skeptic's primary weapon) that the most striking facsimiles of Japan's lost horizon appear at the other end of the vast and empty ocean? Hugging the western shores of the Americas, sites in Peru, Ecuador, and California have provided some of the richest sources of early H. sapiens (see appendix F). The same time depth of 20,000 to 25,000 years BP (that archaeologists estimate for the flourishing of Japan) obtains at Peru's earliest toolmaking site. Are we satisfied calling this a coincidence? Parallel evolution?

Some stone circles like those of the Japanese Jomon (rediscovered in the Yonaguni ruins) are found in the British Isles as well as in North America at Lake Michigan, where calendrical/astronomical devices were built, according to the Ojibway, by the ancient ones. Such circles are also found in Peru. The entire gestalt of "Stone Age" masters is found in Peru, witnessed by highly skilled masonry, megalithic ruins, bridges, canals, wonderful temples, a Great Wall (not unlike China's), and the extraordinary "Nazca lines." Now with Jomon-style pottery found on the coast of Ecuador, and early Ecuadorian skulls resembling those of Melanesia (where Jomon pottery has been found), one can reasonably suppose that both coasts of the Pacific were settled by refugees from sunken Pacifica (Pan). "Words cannot express adequately the degree of similarity between early Valdivia [Ecuadorian] and [Japanese] Jomon pottery," marveled archaeologist Clifford Evans. "Many fragments of both are so similar … that they might almost have come from the same vessel."[42]

The Asian elements found in the Americas "are common to the Aztec, Incas and Mayas, and to many other people, not because they were borrowed from China, but because all these people inherited them from a great, vanished civilization."[43]

The subject of Pan (Panology) requires a book, really, not a chapter or short prologue. But absent that book, let us consider this foreword an appetizer. More to the point, it is the necessary backdrop to the chapters that follow, for without an understanding of the children of Noah, our own lineage remains truly a "mystery."

[35] Campbell, Primitive Mythology, 465.

[36] Hancock, Fingerprints of the Gods, 194.

[37] Goodman, The Genesis Mystery, 185.

[38] Corliss, Ancient Man, 234.

[39] Drake, Gods and Spacemen, 88.

[40] Hitchcock, American Antiquities (1894), 209– 11.

[41] Chouinard, Forgotten Worlds, 38.

[*9] Vernon Wobschall (editor of Oahspe Standard Edition, in a personal communication) wrote about a "rock specimen off Yonaguni that has canings on it that look remarkably like those found in the Panic language tablets in the Book of Saphah."

[42] Stuart, Discovering Man’s Past in the Americas, 191.

[43] Kolosimo, Timeless Earth, 248.

Book Reviews
Highly recommended with a caveat- this is not just "science". There are religious overtones.

By Shawn Kohut

Ms. Martinez has written an excellent exploration of the argument against evolution and for a more realistic concept of hybridization in the human species. Her understanding of the science and use of numerous citations gives her reasoning legitimacy. While I had been aware of the difficulties with evolution as a theory, this book makes it very clear that as a theory it rests on implausible assumptions and a prejudice of the archeological evidence.

I can gladly recommend this book to anyone wishing to develop a greater understanding and grasp of the subject matter.

However, I found two glaring caveats that permeates the book and unfortunately, subtracts from the overall persuasion of the material presented. One, her dependence on the "Book of Oahspe" for support of her theories is similar to what she accuses the evolutionists of doing- using unproven ideas to conceal weak argument. Two, just as the evolutionists seek shelter in rationalizations of data, the author does the same with religious references.

The author never questions the authority of these references, because they provide cover for her ideas. Further, one main goal had been to provide an alternative explanation to evolution, but here the goal is polluted. Her theories regarding Pan and a missing continent have zero credibility because she offers no proof.

There could be a danger in accepting all the power and knowledge that comes from other dimensions (channelings especially) without ever questioning its' source or intent.

In review, this book is an exceptional argument against evolution as science and theory. The authors' field research is solid and she makes credible explanations that are difficult to refute. While she may have reached in her attempts to provide a complete reckoning of the timeline of humanity, it is still a valuable presentation. I highly recommend this book and the ideas within.

A Fascinating, Provocative New Theory

By Robert Steven Thomas | Top 1000 Reviewer

Though "politically incorrect," this is a remarkable book which offers a fresh-new perspective on human evolution. It is thoroughly researched and presents reasonable arguments from many varied sources. The conclusions are stunning and difficult to deny. If you are a strict Darwinist you have nothing to fear … your thinking is equally represented by some of the best minds in the modern scientific world. It is an open debate and fair exchange of information and knowledge.

Are there some legitimate and serious problems with Darwinist theory? If you don't believe so you would do well to read this book. It will challenge your belief in a professional, scientific, dignified manner. Plato said "The greatest fool is one who criticizes a thing about which they have limited knowledge." Save you criticism until after you have actually read this book. You just may see your personal worldview in a new light.

Intelligent Intervention

Anger is not Logic

By Michael G. Simonetto

Interesting in several ways, but overall misses the mark.

  • Her chapters on the inaccuracy of current dating methods are excellent.
  • Her explanations of how academics compete and have to label everything as "opening a new frontier" in our understanding is also very well done.

My issue is her reliance on the Oahspe "bible."

  • It is just as questionable (automatic writing in the 19th century) as the assumptions the scientists state as fact.

She also uses other questionable sources, and again states them as fact.

  • Again, just like the establishment scientists she finds so annoying.

One real turn-off; the book is written with a palpable tone of anger, which actually makes it seem she is more interested in grinding her axe than getting to the truth.

Again, interesting from several perspectives, but very hard to take as more than personal opinion. Just like established academics.

Evolution is neither credible nor scientific

By Insider "Zarg"

It took a while to get through this book as there is so much to it – she has done a great job of research and clear thinking. While she downplays the ET aspect and interjects Oahspe references, it is a very credible book. She does mention the Anunnaki and suggests that the evolutionists are full of bullfeathers – she adequately stomps the Evolution aspect of the origin of Man into the mud … where it belongs … along with a credible examination of Natural Selection that goes out the window with Evolution – that one surprised me. It is obvious after reading this book, and Virtual Earth Graduate, that we were intelligently designed and placed in 5 or more different Edens around the planet. The two books compliment each other. Both expose errors in the established teachings about Man and his world.

Secondly, she had many drawings and pix of types of humans which are the result of interbreeding – not Evolution. Some are the result of DEvolution and Man crossbred with many, many different versions of himself and thus created problems that led to dysfunction or extinction of certain lines. She particularly spends time explaining the 5 major types of humans (Asu [Adam], Ihin [sacred little people], Druk [soulless line of Cain], Ihuan [poor cross between Ihin and Druk], and Ghan [homo sapiens – cross between Ihuan and Ihin] – in Anunnaki terms the latter of the 5 would be Adapa.) Interesting that these types are also examined with a flowchart in Virtual Earth Graduate and the soulless aspect is more fully developed and explained there. Dr Martinez does refer to the Mayan Popul Vuh and Paul Ward [and his AB group] when discussing the various experiments by Others who were the Intelligent Designers – after the original creation by the Oahspe God of the Universe, and following the angels mating with Man (Enoch also gets into the act).

So Man was created and all the different versions are due to the results of interbreeding.

This is just a very credible and enlightening book. She puts Darwin in his place as an interesting researcher who was the posterboy of the Evolutionists, just as Einstein was the not-so-great posterboy of the fledgling Quantum Physicists … both were deified more than was reasonable, and have been found to have flaws in their theories. Darwin had severe health problems which plagued him and he figured since God would not heal him, there must be no God. In later years, even Darwin was concerned that his Theory was not adequate, and when one considers the eye (and Dr. Martinez does) it is obvious that it could not have evolved, but was designed. She also examines the 4-eyed frog as another proof of Design. I guarantee this is a fascinating book.



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