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

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

Ainu elder from "National Geographic" July 1921, Shiraoi by Maynard Owen Williams

Ainu elder from "National Geographic" July 1921, Shiraoi by Maynard Owen Williams

early 1900's. This glass slide offers a rare snap shot of Ainu family life showing what appears to be a father and his children. Most of the photos of Ainu of this period were posed. However in this image, only the little boy’s attention is directed at the photographer. The conversation between the man and the little girl in her colorful clothes, and the soft expression on the man’s face, makes this image especially charming.

early 1900's. This glass slide offers a rare snap shot of Ainu family life showing what appears to be a father and his children. Most of the photos of Ainu of this period were posed. However in this image, only the little boy’s attention is directed at the photographer. The conversation between the man and the little girl in her colorful clothes, and the soft expression on the man’s face, makes this image especially charming.

Samurai Warriors of the Heian Period

Samurai Warriors of the Heian Period

The Ainu The Ainu are an indigenous people of northern Japan. The remaining descendants live mainly in Hokkaido Sakhalin, the Kurile Islands, and the northeastern part of Honshu Island.Ainu means "Human"

The Ainu The Ainu are an indigenous people of northern Japan. The remaining descendants live mainly in Hokkaido Sakhalin, the Kurile Islands, and the northeastern part of Honshu Island.Ainu means "Human"

Ainu from Hokkaido by Fosco Maraini

Ainu from Hokkaido by Fosco Maraini

1915 COUPLE AINUS

1915 COUPLE AINUS

Ainus on a Matsumae border customs, 18th century

Ainus on a Matsumae border customs, 18th century

Photo of an Onna-Bugeisha, female Samurai warrior of feudal Japan. 1800's. Samurai clans trained their daughters in the art of combat to either defend their homes when husbands went to war or for battle.  Battle scene forensic have shown that up to 30% of remains are female. History doesn't mention these heroines.

Photo of an Onna-Bugeisha, female Samurai warrior of feudal Japan. 1800's. Samurai clans trained their daughters in the art of combat to either defend their homes when husbands went to war or for battle. Battle scene forensic have shown that up to 30% of remains are female. History doesn't mention these heroines.

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