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Mystery Of The Ainu Civilization And Its Unknown Origin - Our Ancestors Came From Space - MessageToEagle.com

The Politics of Colonial Translation: On the Narrative of the Ainu as a 'Vanishing Ethnicity'

Japan | “Ainu woman with lip tattoo” | Photographer and date unknown

A Beauty to Give the Thrill: 20 Vintage Portraits of Ainu Women from Northern Japan With Their Traditional Tattooed Lips

Ancient-South-and-East-India   ****Prior to the invasion, Blacks in India built rich and advanced civilizations. Author Wayne Chandler recanted his amazing discoveries about Blacks in ancient India in his book “African Presence in Early Asia.” The remarkable cities of Harrappa and Mohenjo-daro are only two of the many cities built by Black people. These cities cover large regions of northern India and modern-day Pakistan.

Indus Kush Civilization On March historian Runoko Rashidi gave a lecture in Honolulu, Hawaii, about the presence of Black people in ancient .

The origin of the Ainu people in Japan is unknown and the Ainu speak a language that resembles no other language on Earth. The great majority of the Ainu live on Japan's 2nd largest island, Hokkaido. Ainu are light-skinned. Some have red or brown hair and green or blue eyes. Scientists have not been able to determine where these people came from. According to the Ainu themselves, their ancestors came from the sky, in other words, they are of extraterrestrial origin.

Ainu (a word meaning "human" in the Ainu language), are an ethnic group indigenous to Hokkaido and the northern part of Honshu in Northern Japan, as well as the Kurile Islands and the southern half of Sakhalin Island.


Ainu Ceremonial round dance, resembles the Japanese Bon-Odori (Temple dance in which the departed are commemorated)

Japan – Aino. Cliché print, unknown. Found among Museum keeper Thomsen’s posthumous papers. No. es_b_00526

National Museum of Denmark 팔로우 Aino groups, Japan Japan – Aino. Found among Museum keeper Thomsen’s posthumous papers.