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The Greek DNA

June 30, 2007

Lets turn to the matter od the origins of the Greeks…Look at the videos!

The Greek nation have no root on the Balkans…Their propaganda wants to steal my ancestors, the ancient Macedonians, like they want to steal the Turkish island of Cyprus…that is so poor…


Both Aristotle and Plutarch discuss the racial characteristics of of second and third generation black-white racial mixes in their works:

Further, children are like their more remote ancestors from whom nothing has come, for the resemblances recur at an interval of many generations, as in the case of the woman in Elis who had intercourse with the Aethiop; her daughter was not an Aethiop but the son of the daughter was.” Aristotle, Gen. An. 1.18.722A


“But parents may pass on resemblance after several generations, as in the case of the woman in Elis, who committed adultery with a negro; in this case it was not the woman’s own daughter, but the daughter’s child that was a blackamoor” Aristotle, Hist. An; 7.6.586A.

Further references to racially mixed types stretching over generations can be found in Plutarch’s De Sera Numinis Vindicta, 21.

Also previously mentioned was the herm of Memnon, which, according to Graindor, was a Negroid pupil of Herodes Atticus. This herm is ”of mongrel race but with the Negro type of North Africa, Nubia or Abyssinia, being prevalent.”(”“de race métisse mais avec prédominance du type nègre du Nord de l’Afrique, de la Nubie ou de l’Abyssinie.” – GRAINIDOR, P., 1915 Tête de Nègre du Musée de Berlin. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique, 39, p. 402.)


This brief overview shows conclusively that:
1. The Ancient Greeks were well aware of the Negroid and mixed racial types;

2. That Blacks were present, as slaves, mercenaries or freedmen, in Classical Grecian times; and

3. That racial mixing took place.

Our results show that Macedonians are related to other Mediterraneans and do not show a close relationship with Greeks; however they do with Cretans (Tables 3, 4, Figs 1–3). This supports the theory that Macedonians are one of the most ancient peoples existing in the Balkan peninsula, probably long before arrival of the Mycaenian Greeks (10) about 2000 B.C. Other possible explanation is that they might have shared a genetic background with the Greeks before an hypothetical admixture between Greeks and sub-Saharans might have occurred.