White Indians of Nivaria; The Untold Story of the Last Stone-Age Indo-European Tribes

February 28, 2012 · 25 comments

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Author: Gordon Kennedy WWW.WHITEINDIANS.COM “They were virtuous, honest and brave, and the finest qualities of humanity were found united in them; to wit, magnanimity, skill, courage, athletic powers, strength of soul and of body, pride of character, nobleness of demeanor, a smiling physiognomy, an intelligent mind and patriotic devotedness.” With this passage an alert young Canary Island poet named Antonio Viana (1604) recorded his sentiments of the Guanches, a primitive band who once flourished on a rocky volcanic Atlantic island named Tenerife, the last Stone-Age aboriginal settlement of any Indo-European people. An improbable but true story of white natives living in the wilds of several African islands for thousands of years, this book contains images, symbols and words that are remnants of an ancient tribal legacy….. Western philosophy with a female-friendly, indigenous flavor and organic green living in it’s most primal form. The archetypes that the Guanche Indians represent, reveals a divergent cultural evolution with a rich spiritual heritage, and inspires a deeper and more profound reflection on their origins, their existence and their immortality. Details of the indigenous white man’s world include 13 chapters of hard anthropological science relative to Guanche culture, language, burial, cosmology and origins….and 1 chapter dealing with the Canary Islands as a likely stepping-stone to America by pre-Columbian mariners like the Phoenicians and Sumerians

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