On the Egyptian Race

Since following the Ancestral Cult blogs (since their creation, basically), I have broadened my understanding greatly of our rich culture in realizing how closely relates both racially and culturally Egyptians and Sumerians were. I have always been fascinated by Ancient Egypt, along with the Roman Empire the history of Egypt was what first got me really interested in history. When I thought about why some more I suppose I just dismissed it as a fascination with the “exotic”, similar to my interest in Japanese culture, but it was of course deeper than this (similarly the interest in traditional Japanese culture would also be because of the shared Neanderthal heritage, I expect.)

It is very important for us to highlight what the Ancient Egyptians really were. A great, powerful pioneering civilization, fundamental not only in our understanding in Mediterranean history but more broadly European and Asian history as well. Politically correct “historians”, writers and TV presenters and producers desperately try to relate the Egyptians to modern Egyptians or even more ludicrously to black Africans, but they most certainly were not black, and modern “Egyptians” are, unlike Iranians for example, exclusively Arabic and African and have nothing in common with Ancient Egyptians whatsoever. To discuss this I feel three main topics need to be discussed: mummies, the religion, and the art. Perhaps discussion of the language origins is relevant too, but I am ignorant on this subject.


We see a pattern of various typed of stone (or mud brick) structures throughout Ancient post-Neanderthal cultures, and differing uses have been claimed for these, some called “temple complexes”, others recognized as burial mounds. As Varg Vikernes’ Sorcery and Religion in Ancient Scandinavia and articles on this on Thulean Perspective clearly show, this “temple ritual” and rituals regarding death and rebirth were essentially the same thing, in other words all have the same roots, and one could speculate on how rooted in this cycle of life and death, of rebirth, these cultures were even as they entered ages of civilization and had been grounded in God-rituals as opposed to spirit-rituals for a long time. Some comparisons of original ancient “pyramids” and stone mounds from ancient cultures (I am not sure how much the Greek one would have been influenced by Egyptian or Asian ones):

Hellinikon "pyramid" or stone mound, Greece (age debated: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_of_Hellinikon)

Hellinikon “pyramid” or stone mound, Greece (age debated: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_of_Hellinikon)

Bronze Age Neo-Sumerian Great Ziggurat of Ur, Iraq, built circa 21st century BCE.

Bronze Age Neo-Sumerian Great Ziggurat of Ur, Iraq, built circa 21st century BCE.

Ancient Korean tomb in China

Ancient Korean tomb in China

The famous Mayan pyramid at Chicen Itza, Mexico, circa c.e. 600-900.

The famous Mayan pyramid at Chicen Itza, Mexico, circa c.e. 600-900. We of course associate the Mayans and Aztecs with ritual sacrifices performed on top of these pyramids, like those performed in Bronze age Europe as described in Vikernes’ Sorcery and Religion.

 sight we should all be familiar with: the pyramids of Giza. The great pyramid is believed to have been built in the fourth dynasty, circa 2613 to 2494 BCE, over a 20 year period.

sight we should all be familiar with: the pyramids of Giza. The great pyramid is believed to have been built in the fourth dynasty, circa 2613 to 2494 BCE, over a 20 year period.

A CGI reconstruction of the Neolithic Ness of Brodgar site at Orkney, more recently excavated and (from wikipedia) "may have been occupied from as early as 3500 BC to the close of the Neolithic period more than a millennium and a half later". Likely a complex of burial mounds/tombs (there was a special episode focused on this in Neil Oliver's History of Ancient Britain BBC series)

A CGI reconstruction of the Neolithic Ness of Brodgar site at Orkney, more recently excavated and (from wikipedia) “may have been occupied from as early as 3500 BC to the close of the Neolithic period more than a millennium and a half later”. Likely a complex of burial mounds/tombs (there was a special episode focused on this in Neil Oliver’s History of Ancient Britain BBC series)

The only pyramids worth mentioning that were not built by the Neanderthal races are the Nubian pyramids. Aside from obviously being derivative of Egyptian pyramids, given the close contact the Ancient Egyptians had with Nubians, they apparently were not built as well, hence why at least two had to be reconstructed (so did much of the Ziggurat but this was made with mud bricks is I am not mistaken so this is understandable). Such mounds, large and small, clearly played a huge role on these post-Neanderthal communities across Europe, Asia and even America. We can also see the connection in the pyramid or cone shaped ancient Buddhist structures, and we of course know hoe central beliefs about death and reincarnation are to Buddhist ritual and belief. Logically, the more important those being buried, the larger the mounds – this applies to kings and chieftains in Scandinavia, and evidently the pharoahs of Egypt. They were also buried in a very similar fashion – with goods, talismans, pets, servants. Prayers and rituals were crucial in these rituals, just as they were in Scandinavia and the emphasis placed on songs and wisdom one would learn when entering the tomb of one’s ancestors.

Likewise, just as the Viking attitude towards death and Ragnarok has been gravely misunderstood and Christianized, the wrong assumptions have clearly been made about Egyptians, and their belief in an “afterlife”. Note how just as Scandinavians were buried with their possessions that served them well on Earth, so were the Pharaohs. The Egyptians of course went even further, immaculately preserving their corpses that are still with us after millennia. Why go to the effort to arrange and preserve things so well on Earth if the afterlife in another world or dimension is what matters most, what they aspire to most? We can also of course see the parallels between the Greek/Roman belief in the fields or meadows of Elysium as a “paradise”, and the Egyptian belief in fields of papyrus as the same. These are fertile, rich places, prime examples of nature’s cycle and, given that these were civilized cultures, deeply tied in with the cycle of agriculture. Death and rebirth, not a one way journey into death and some fictional afterlife. Like the Vikings, the Egyptians were extremely intelligent and therefore, despite what many think, firmly rooted in the real world, our world. We can also see this in the worship of the Sun, the knew it rose and set each day, that it “died” and returned, and the Valley of the Kings parallels the fertile life-giving Nile in relation to this, it seems fair to assume. Just as the sacred burial mounds – left fenced for plant life to grow on freely – were as much about growth, birth and rebirth as they were about death.

Of course this is good evidence for how incredibly advanced the Ancient Egyptians were. Just as how the common ignoramus will mock ancients for being “illiterate and stupid before Christianity”, when aside from being more literate than Europe was in medieval and even early modern Christian Europe, we did not really need to be anyway, due to our tragically now dead oral traditions – we remembered everything, “up there”, in our heads. Likewise even with our advanced technology and tools today we cannot come close to making anything on par with the great pyramid at Giza. The Egyptians would laugh (or cry) themselves to death if they were to see what passes as architecture and engineering today.


Aside from this there are numerous parallels in the religion of course – Horus loses an eye, like Odin, and this eye is then associated with wisdom and one of the most important symbols of Egyptian art. Seth shares many similarities with both Odin and Loki, Osiris returns from the dead like both Odin and Baldur. What is also perhaps “unique” about Egyptian mythology also, within the broad Indo-Aryan mythology group at least, is the association of the aspects of humanity and of nature with the faces of animals with which they are familiar, rather than human faces. This arguably suggests a more ancient form of religion somewhere between true polytheism and more ancient “animism” or focus on the spirits rather than the gods.



Much attention has been given to Ancient Egyptian art in determining what race they were. Many look at wall and scroll paintings for this reason, from both sides of the argument, but this approach is problematic for a number of reasons. There are painted depictions of “white” Egyptians:

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The first of these pictures looks quite unusual, as Egyptians are usually portrayed as having black hair. In this more common case we need to remember that it was normal for Egyptians to wear (scented) wigs, presumably so they had the option of escaping from the heat. As wigs were presumably made from animals hair, or captured Nubians perhaps, it makes sense that it is almost invariably black as depicted in paintings. A crucial thing to remember when looking at any of these paintings however is that they are obviously highly stylized, unlike a lot of consciously realistic statues, so aside from artistic and at times inconsistent use of colour, this also raises a big question regarding the pharaoh’s head dress. It is easy to assume that they wore a lot of gold because of wealth and because of the abundance of gold in Africa, and we do indeed see common depictions of gold bracelets and anklets. But why wear this heavy golden headdress? To emphasis that the purest, the most divine of the Egyptians naturally had golden hair? Are these even real headdresses or just a stylistic representation of the hairstyle that blonde-haired pharaohs had? Or perhaps the headdress is real, and was itself originally a stylized representation of long, golden hair.

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The first of these three pictures is from the tomb of Seti I, and depicts from left to right a Libyan, Nubian, Asiatic and Egyptian. This could of course lead to speculation about them being “somewhere inbetween” the black Africans and white Sumerians further away from the Mediterranean, and lead some to assume that even Semites were whiter than Egyptians. One thing is for sure though, and we can prove this further by comparing mummies as I will discuss later, is that they were not “black”. The second picture shows Tutankhamun trampling over Nubians, his supposed “fellow Africans”. He is indeed tanned, though obviously not as black as those Nubians. But as DNA tests have proven, much to the dismay of politically correct “historians” I am sure, Tutankhamun was European:


This refers to his paternal DNA, but DNA tests have also confirmed that Tutankhamun was the product of incest, so it seems fair to assume that little if any race mixing occurred in his case. As said the use of colours is stylistic anyway, as a new documentary on the BBC claims, this use of colour was to signify vitality, vibrance, life, but perhaps it also did actually portray accurately tanned Egyptians. Europeans after all do often tan reasonably well, and those who don’t and just burn are often red-haired. This is also interesting, as many mummies have red hair as I will discuss later, but perhaps even red-haired Egyptians adapted to the blazing African sun over time.

Perhaps more reliable art sources are sculptures. Here are some sculptures of Egyptians that depict clearly European facial features:

Princess Nofret

Princess Nofret

Her husband Ra-Hotep

Her husband Ra-Hotep

Nofret among others, one Queen Nefertiti

Nofret among others, one Queen Nefertiti



And, on a side note, some "Asian" Sumerians. I hope to write something on them too in the near future.

And, on a side note, some “Asian” Sumerians. I hope to write something on them too in the near future.

On such statues we see not only crystal-clear evidence such as blu eyes but also other vidence such as European noses. They don’t look very Semitic, do they? Also note how pale the particularly realistic Nefertiti bust is.



As if all of this is not evidence enough of what the Egyptians really were, of what broader culture and race they really belonged to, we can see some rather compelling evidence in mummies which are almost invariably clearly of European origin:

Various mummified pharaohs showing clear European characteristics

Various mummified pharaohs showing clear European characteristics

One of the Gebelein predynastic naturally preserved mummies found in sand graves in Egypt.

One of the Gebelein predynastic naturally preserved mummies found in sand graves in Egypt.

The mummy which egyptologists have identified as Sitre In is displayed at the Egyptian museum in Cairo

A close-up of Ramses II

A close-up of Ramses II

I find the Ramses II one especially relevant. Aside from having clearly European hair, he seems to have a rather prominent upper nose bone as well. I am far from an expert on skeletons and comparison between different races’ skeletons, but this does remind me of Marie Cachet’s observation about the differences between Neanderthal (and therefore European, in this case) and African facial structures, including the nose:


His skull even has a rather sloped forehead, and to me a relatively “long” cranium as well, as better seen in this image:


Now compare these supposedly “African” or if you like “Semitic” mummies to that of Nubian nobleman who was in Egypt most likely during the reign of Thutmose IV, Maiherpri:


Now, as the Wikipedia article claims, his hair was a wig: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maiherpri – As he was living in Egypt and ethnic Egyptians customarily wore black wigs this is not so strange.  One cannot ignore the more African facial structure, however, or the skin that unlike the others has not somehow magically got pale with age. (Of course the famous bog mummy of Scandinavia is black, but I am sure someone can tell me that this is the result of it being preserved in a bog, not like other mummies)


I intend to write more on Egypt in future, after reading in detail more, but wanted to get started on it at least with this post.


17 thoughts on “On the Egyptian Race

    • Thanks for the link. Yes, good point though not sure if I entirely agree. I do know people with “piggy eyes” and honest faces, and people with bigger but darker eyes who are similarly honest and reliable. Bigger, rounder eyes are a Neanderthal trait for sure, though: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21759233 – this article is stupid because it puts forward yet another wafer thin, utterly illogical theory about the “extinction” of Neanderthals. It does make one think about the physical characteristics though, as well as the proto-autistic characteristics of Neanderthals as suggested by Marie Cachet, given how sense-oriented the autistic mind is and how this would have been true with Neanderthals as well.

      Simply being white means you have so many Neanderthal characteristics. We have considerably larger and rounder eyes anyway, the skeletal if not as much the skull structure is pretty similar, blonde hair is a Neanderthal trait, our more withdrawn and semi-autistic of not fully autistic personalities are Neanderthal traits, and some people even look a lot more Neanderthal, like this guy: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1152798/ – None of these pictures are that great for making this point, but if you ever watch Game of Thrones you’ll know what I mean, he has perhaps the most Neanderthal forehead I have seen, despite having darker hair…An appropriate choice to play a very European-style “man of the north”…

  1. I think it’s likely that europeans did help indians building those pyramids, but they built them as slaves not because they wanted to, because if these people are the south american indians they don’t seem to be that intelligence (even though they are much more intelligence than negro tribes as they are not so aggressive and learn stuff much faster).

    but i think they have more denisova blood than asian mongols maybe even than north american mongols.


    • Maybe, I find it really hard to say. Firstly I am not convinced by the enslavement theory. Like us they have Neanderthal roots, you can link both the pyramids and ritual sacrifice to bronze age European rituals like I said, only the Mayans and Aztecs just took it too extremes (allegedly, even taking note of biased missionary accounts, it seems fair to assume they did take sacrifice a lot further than Europeans did. It is also worth noting though that, as we executed criminals as human sacrifices, they mainly sacrificed criminals and prisoners of war).

      As for the difference in ancestry, like I said, I still have not made up my mind. Some times I think they do look a little different. Other times I think they look more or less identical to North American Indians. Check out this guy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tadanobu_Asano – He’s half Japanese, half Navajo, and has played a Mongol – Temujin, the young Genghis Kan in the film Mongol – is there really any difference? It is also worth noting that a lot of Japanese, young Japanese anyway, use cosmetics to whiten their skin.

      If you can stomach horror films I can recommend Cannibal Holocaust. I think there is a lot of truth in it, just goes to show how our views of natives have been warped by sensationalist missionaries and film-makers alike, and also how much we have managed to wreck and drive insane even more remote Amazonian communities.

      • I think there were just as much mongol cannibals now than there were in the past, human personalities don’t change as many africans still rape and europeans still are good and smart (even though many have been poisoned by jewish media). I also think that cannibals in indian civilizations were criminals and they put criminal to be in same room as the cannibal savage as punishment kinda like how criminals were given to lions in Rome.

      • I dunno, there’s not really much solid proof or any even that cannibalism was ever normal…Jew-minded white imperialists have screwed up so many tribal communities, a lot of native north Americans are just alcoholic losers, same with aboriginal Australians, so would not surprise me if supposed resorting to cannibalism in South America had something to do with us too….There is at least one case of natives murdering missionaries, and maybe eating them afterwards? Can’t say I blame them for such “savage” behaviour in such case, missionaries deserve it (the Japanese had the right idea!)

        There was a case of cannibalism in Siberia recently too, the guys were presumably natives but I think they may have been up to something dodgy. The guy’s companion had died anyway though so think he just ate an arm or something. Anyway, like I said, it’s been exaggerated a lot, I reckon. As that documentary you linked showed, you take a bit of a risk visiting these people but most of not all are probably thoroughly decent, just nervous

      • Like i wouldn’t say that europeans when they came to america with Columbus that place was filled with cannibals, the paintings don’t tell the whole truth.

      • Well of course jews and jew-lackeys had lied alot about pagan civilizations and even edited stuff from their history mostly from europeans, and movies like cannibal holocaust are just horror movies. And for some cannibal cases in asia, they have the cannibal genes from denisova but i hardly believe that it’s so common as like Varg made it look like, chinese, koreans, russians etc. don’t have to read everyday that someone was eaten alive. 😀

    • (On Tadanobu Asano I just linked I just realized that article is different now, I’m guessing he is a quarter European and a quarter Navajo, I would never have guessed about the European part though)

  2. I may also add how jews not only lie about the pagan cultures but they also turn them into meaningless business, like the hawaiian hula dance which was part of pagan rituals is now some commercial dance where girls are dancing to some american music like Elvis and it has no deeper meaning anymore, same can be said from sami culture, now our clothes and jewel etc. are just meaningless crap made in China, like they sell those stuff to tourists in my local mcdonalds, or how they have turned european gods into some superheroes.

  3. Just one question… I know, I’ve read Marie’s writings and so far I should know that, and I do… but I have never gotten a blunt answer… what does the sloped forehead mean? I’m in doubt because I have seen whites and non whites with that feature, so, what does it mean? is it a characteristic of the white or non white people?

    • I’ll try not to repeat too much what you must have read in her articles, but the most noticeable thing about Neanderthal skulls is that the skull is noticeably sloped in the forehead with a prominent brow-ridge, and “longer”. I have not read all of Marie’s articles fully yet but I know she made a point of saying that difference in brain size is more important than difference in brain shape. Modern scientists have argued (as in the link I gave above to a really stupid BBC News “science” article) that because they had less prominent foreheads that made them more stupid, completely ignoring that that had considerably larger brains.

      We can’t ignore that, though we are still mostly Neanderthal, even our purest ancestors still interbred just enough to change our skull shape. As Marie notes, and Varg further in his comments, in their journeys south in the ice age, some would have perished, and the first to fall would have naturally been the physically weaker, the women, or the children or elderly, I guess. So it seems fair to assume that almost invariably in these interbreeding couples it would have been a case of homo sapiens females giving birth to Neanderthal father’s children, and those born with larger Neanderthal skulls could not possibly have survived. The ones that carried on, the Cro-Magnons, did develop these more homo sapiens skulls, and try as they might to return to their own kind by making the racer purer and whiter with Neanderthals, the homo sapiens skulls remained. As Marie points out though, there are still various differences even in skull structure between homo sapiens and neanderthal-homo sapiens hybrids.

      As for the sloped forehead, I don’t know if this is necessarily a good thing. Maybe non Europeans (or importantly Africans) are at time like this because of interbreeding with whites (even on the African continent they are not as pure and homogenous as they claim), it could also be a case of their skulls being in some cases even smaller that normal homo sapiens skulls. I think among whites this is not necessarily a bad thing though, as we still see difference in skull measurements (even a rotten Jew like Trotsky had a very large brain, supposedly), many Europeans do have particularly large heads, so having more sloped foreheads may not impair them anymore than they have been already through prehistoric interbreeding.

      The more I look at Ramses/Rameses II, the more he looks like a Neanderthal. He does have a fairly prominent chin, though.

    • To add further, and in relation to the article I linked above, which even though very stupid does raise an important issue about eyes and Neanderthals, the sloped forehead, if this particular theory in that article is correct, is directly linked to them having larger eyes and greater focus on the senses and on eye-brain coordination. Because of the sense aspect, this I would say is deeply tied into the links between Neanderthals and autism as well, as Marie discusses.

  4. Your posts are more and more pleasant to read, congratulations. I have just started to discover ancient beauty of Egipt by myself ( by having an explicit album of Cairo museum) and this post is just at hand. Keep keeping good work!

    PS : I especially liked statue of Khafra. It is simply amazing and Horus behind is magic.Centuries of bloody Christianity couldn;t create even a glimpse of ancient heritage…

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