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Saturday, September 28, 2013


About 45 kya, during the last ice age, modern humans began arriving in what we now call Europe (Nigst 2014); they were part of a single founding population that didn’t significantly interbreed with other human populations; but some of them bumped into Neanderthals. (Fu 2015)

Macedonians emerged from (Y dna hg I) tribes residing in the Europe, prior to the end of the LGM period. (Posth 2016; Fu 2016)

When the glaciers melted, about 16 kya, Paleolithic people were replaced by anatomically () and genetically speaking, descendants of the pre LGM Macedonian (Balkan) population ().

Mesolithic hunter-gatherers were present in Macedonia region just before the first appearance of Neolithic pottery.21

Macedonia's first (and later) farmers almost replaced European and Russian steppes Stone-Age hunter-gatherer forerunners. (Paschou 2014)

The Sea of Marmara, Sahara and sub-Sahara were other important sources of human reservoirs present during Neolithic.

Then, the second wave of Neolithic migration caused a much stronger impact on the genetic make-up of the European and Yamnaya populations.

A new culture, created by Macedonians appeared in Sardinia ~ 4.000 bc. (Dyson 2007)
Megalithic builders in France were of Macedonian (Balkan origin).

Around 3200 bc, the culture (Watrous 1982), genes of Macedonians migrated, to the Aegean Sea and to Crete. Macedonians (not Sub Saharan and sick people) were the origin of the Minoan civilization.

Kurgan people were unable to digest raw milk. (Mathieson 2015)
These people had mysteriously vanished.
Controversially, some people were suggested to have also brought Indo-European languages into Europe. It`s sounds like the researchers (as Haak 2015 and others) had a predetermined idea of what they wanted to find.

The language of the aboriginal Macedonians become a root ....and influenced the various Celtic, Italic and Germanic dialects.

There were no other Indo-European invasions, nor Trojan War, nor Dark Age in Mediterranean.

The next known people to live in Macedonia were the Macedonians (aka alleged Brygians / Pelasgians). They descended from (old) Macedonian population.

Dispersed in the mayor parts of the Mediterranean, the Balkans, Asia Minor and Italy, the Macedonians (aka Pelasgians, Brygians, Phrygians, Paeonians etc) have left many traces of their existence from the Early Bronze Age to the classical period, which could not be avoided.

During the later Iron Age, Macedonian Peninsula received an influx of Africans. (Hajjej 2011)
What is certain is that when the dark-skinned, Sub Saharan African unnamed tribes met the Macedonians, it was probably like two alien groups meeting on Star Trek. (Villena 2001)
What happened to these African people?

19th century historians fabricated (aka focused) all the culture in what is now Greece ignoring all the other Mediterranean cultures present in the area long before the classical African (aka Greek) one ().

Gauls never arrived in Macedonia, nor in Balkan, nor in Turkey. 
Romans don’t left their genetic traces in Macedonia, nor in the Middle East.
Christianity came early to Macedonia, with Paul, Lydia in the first century AD.
Did you have vision-which language do they speak?

The existence of Jewish people in Macedonia dates back to ancient times.

Slavs have a comparatively large proportion of ancestry drawn from a relatively small population. Where did they (ancestors) come from?
Anyway, ...

The Macedonian was the second longest reigning dynasty in The Roman Empire history.

During “the medieval historical” period, Ethnic Macedonia has been unsuccessfully “settled” by diverse (created by medieval ink) populations including Slavs, Bulgarians, Serbs and Romans (fake Byzantines).

It wasn’t until about 1 kya that lactose tolerance swept through Europe. Still this mutation could have come from Balkans.

Recent Sub-Saharan gene flow detected in Europe entered with North African gene flow. (Botigué 2013)
The Y chromosome haplogroups E and J distributions (found in non European Greeks and Shqiptars) are in agreement with recent Sub-Saharan and North African gene flow at that period.

As nationalistic feelings began to surface across the Balkans in the nineteenth century, the peoples of Macedonia instigated a series of uprisings against Ottoman rule. The desire was for each people to have its own nation-state.

The result of the uprisings, wars of independence, two Balkan Wars, and World War I was the division of Ethnic Macedonia between Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, and Serbia.
Each country undertook an ethnic cleansing of those “Macedonians” not suitable to its particular nation-state.

Some people believed that, during World War II, Tito offered the Macedonians autonomy in his new political creation. In 1991, the Socialist Republic of Macedonia proclaimed its independence.

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