Monday, May 3, 2010

Ireland, Velikovsky and Tutankhamun

Queen Scota the Jewish Egyptian Princess

The "Killarney Ireland" website in an article entitled "The Irish-More Spanish than Celtic" discusses a recent Dna study of the Irish by Dr.Dan Bradley and Brian McEvoy. It reads: "The research however suggests that our blood if not also some (at least) of our culture can or should be attributed to wider origins: Spain, Portugal, Scandinavia and North Africa...“The primary genetic legacy of Ireland seems to have come from people from Spain and Portugal after the last ice age.” said McEvoy. “They seem to have come up along the coast through Western Europe and arrived in Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It’s not due to something that happened 2,500 years ago with Celts.” We have a much older genetic legacy."

We know from the ancient Irish stories that the Milesians did indeed come from Spain and before that from North Africa and Scythia. The problem is the evolutionary dating of the Dna. Velikovsky in "Earth in Upheaval" demonstrates that the last Ice Age ended about 1500 BC not 15,000 BC. Thus the datings used by geneticists using the evolutionary dating system is out by a factor of 10. The incorrect dating of ancient history due to the faulty datings of the Egyptologists means today that Minoan and Greek history is made 500-600 years too early contrary also to the Greek written sources. We know that R1b-M222 occurred in Ireland around the 5th century AD in the Royal Family but its earlier lineage of R1b-L21 arrived from Britain in the 1st-2nd centuries.

However there may have been earlier branches of R1b-L21 from the Milesian Royal House that had Jewish and Egyptian origins. A recent Blog article about the dna of Tutankhamun and his family by Rokus states: "The 18th Dynasty Haplotype corresponds most likely to European R1b-ht15. These values already triggered discussion. The Whit Athey algorithm clearly predicts haplogroup R1b at a probability of 100%. The rare value 10 at DYS439 is definitely an outlier, but in internet fora (DNA-Forums and Rootsweb) experts on the field, not all of them just enthusiastic and highly motivated hobbyists, speculated the haplotype most of all mirrors the Western European R1b-ht15 subclades, commonly defined by a fairly 'recent' SNP, labeled P310. The ancestral counterpart of R1b in Africa (that is considered ancestral and in Africa typically identifies with SNP R1b-V88, contender for being a possible Hamitic marker) or the Levant, was readily dismissed for being an unlikely candidate. This means, the Y-DNA profile of Tut's dynasty presents characteristics that were never typical to Africa, the Levant nor Egypt. Instead, the current low occurrences of Egyptian ht15 are commonly attributed to the classical period and up to modern times, when European influences coerced on Egypt through Rome and other historic entities from that same direction. At least one similar haplogroup was found among Jews, whose corresponding SNPs are labeled U152 and L4 (downstream R1b-ht15), albeit a considerable genetic distance to modal values strongly suggests an origin that is older than the Roman Empire. How a European haplotype, having possible Jewish connotations, could have entered the Egyptian royal house to begin with? This doesn't look like an issue an Egyptian team would be eager to investigate: Starting with the political and religious animosities between Israel and Egypt, being nowadays part of the Arab world..."

The mutation change rate of dna is causing some problems for those who advocate the evolutionary position. Studies of Y-dna have shown that there are two kinds of y-dna mutations. Firstly there is a stable paternal system that is said to be much slower in mutating than mt-dna. This first sequence is believed by evolutionary geneticists to take tens of thousands of years to mutate for a single mutation between groups. Secondly there is a sequence that is much faster in mutating. This second sequence is like a stammer, and the y-dna gains or loses one of these sequences much quicker. This loss and gain results in separating the Haplogroup into hundreds of male lines. These mutations are said by evolutionary geneticists to occur every 1,500 years, give or take a few years. Studying the y-dna of certain families of the Niall clan of M222 in the US and Britain have demonstrated single-step mutations in less than two hundred years. Thus the mutation rate is not 1,500 years but around 100-200 years for each mutation step. The mt-dna mutation rate is said to be 20,000 years by the evolutionary geneticists- this also is ridiculously too long.

Once these changes are taken into account the traditional histories start to make sense. Instead of having the bulk of the Irish come from Spain over 15,000-9,000 years ago, the date of the Milesian arrival between 200-500 BC now fits better with the y-dna mutation rates of every 100-200 years. These changes now make sense and allow genetics to assist in real history rather than the fantasies of evolutionists. Recently we have seen a lowering of these dates by geneticists. Previously one read that y-dna R1b was 40,000-30,000 years old which has now has be revised to less than 18,500 years. Overnight 20,000 years disappeared!