Aryans of America: Pieces to the puzzle

(This is a follow up from the chapter "Aryans of America part 1")

Now, before I proceed further, it's important to understand "which" of the groups in America is being addressed to (when reviewing the book "Atlantis the Antideluvian world"), because it determines how there were many different people in Ancient America. When I was first learning about the Black Indian populations here in America, and how the Ancient (if not original) Aztecs was said to be black complexioned (along with some having the aquiline type nose). I would see pictures that look this:

If you read "Antarctica Mystery: Legends of Atlantis" and "The Black God series", then you will see how America is Atlantis, and is the land that the Freemasons pay homage to (Not Egypt). Apparently, there were different people here like the Black skinned, red headed white people, red skinned, yellow skinned, ones that are tall, and ones that are small in stature. Now, I can't state that all of the people here are the Aryans, but only a select group (as there were people already here). However, as the Bible details the food "Corn", then should it pertain to "America"? Then of course, there are elements of Hinduism and other mythologies in the Bible, to which details that everyone has the same gods and have been worshiping them for thousands of years.

Now, I would come across information on how the Bible is based on America, how the Black people are the Israelites sent to America, and the original Indians were black etc. And people tend to based this on how original Gods were black, to Christianity being brought by the black nations, to Jesus Christ being a black man etc. However, after seeing how Christianity really came from Atlantis, and how this religion had spread abroad throughout the whole world, to finding out who the "Sons of God" are, I can safely debunked this topic. Christianity definitely does come from the Black nations (as Godfrey Higgins states the "Black Buddhist"), but these religions have been around for thousands of years, and even existed "prior" to the birth of the "real" Prophet Muhammed who is now named Jesus. 

Then we see how and where Christianity is really based on, as the Christian God of the European nations is merely the Black God of the Black nations (See "The Black God"). These religions were brought by the black nations and it depicts that it is based on "their" Gods, not the other way around. White people can depict their God as white, but still goes back to the Black nation's gods. Asian Buddhist can depict the gods as being more oriental, but still goes back to the black gods of old. Though the God of fire would be depicted as having black skin with red hair in many pictures, there are depictions of this God as having either red-skin to black or white skin, and having red hair.

Then based from the "Red Horn" story, details that Red Horn had red hair in the same manner as the Giants, and they were depicted as "red haired" white giants. It's apparent that the Smithsonian Institute had destroyed many bones of these Giants, just to further wipe out the old History while ushering a new History (as Darwinism, in which will be an upcoming Chapter). There were red haired white tribes here in America, but why is that being so obscured to this day? (along with other parts of this History) 

People will state that it is "Pseudoscience" or "Pseudohistory" to deem a flood ever occurred, or state that the gods are merely planets etc. It's merely an excuse to hide the truth of what occurred to everybody's History, while there are images of these said symbols shown throughout the "Universities" and "Colleges" (This is why I state "Truth fears no Investigation", because People should know these things). But just like Jesus had  stated "many are called, but few are chosen", I know that the Esoteric knowledges are based for People who are either "led", or guided to understanding from their own intentions. That is why people should learn for themselves and see from their own "perspective", as everyone's is different.

(Of course, the Aztec God of death "Mictlantecutli", and the Pope....)

Atlantis the Antidelilvian World: Chapter II. THE IDENTITY OF THE CIVILIZATIONS OF THE OLD WORLD AND THE NEW. "Architecture. — Plato tells us that the Atlanteans possessed architecture ; that they built walls, temples, and palaces. We need not add that this art was found in Egypt and all the civilized countries of Europe, as well as in Peru, Mexico, and Central America. Among both the Peruvians and Egyp- tians the walls receded inward, and the doors were narrower at the top than at the threshold. The obelisks of Egypt, covered with hieroglyphics, are paral- leled by the round columns of Central America, and both are supposed to have originated in Phallus-worship. " The usual symbol of the Phallus was an erect stone, often in its rough state, sometimes sculptured." (Squier, " Serpent Symbol," p. 49 ; Bancroft's " Native Races," vol. iii., p. 504.)

"The worship of Priapus was found in Asia, Egypt, along the European shore of the Mediterranean, and in the forests of Central America. The mounds of Europe and Asia were made in the same way and for the same purposes as those of America. Herod- otus describes the burial of a Scythian king; he says, "After this they set to work to raise a vast moand above the grave, all of them vying with each other, and seeking to make it as tall as possible."

"It must be confessed," says Foster ("Pre- historic Races," p. 193), "that these Scythic burial rites have a strong resemblance to those of the Mound Builders." Ho- mer describes the erection of a great symmetrical mound over Achilles, also one over Hector.....(See "Legends of Atlantis" for the Phallic black stone)

"CIVILIZATIONS OF THE OLD WORLD AND THE NEW. pg 143: Religion. — The religion of the Atlanteans, as Plato tells us, was pure and simple; they made no regular sacrifices but fruits and flowers; they worshipped the sun. In Peru a single deity was worshipped, and the sun, his most glorious work, was honored as his representative. Quetzalco- atl, the founder of the Aztecs, condenmed all sacrifice but that of fruits and flowers. The first religion of Egypt was pure and simple; its sacrifices were fruits and flowers; temples were erected to the sun, Ra, throughout Egypt. In Peru the great festival of the sun was called Ra-va\. The Phoenicians wor- shipped Baal and Moloch ; the one represented the beneficent, and the other the injurious powers of the sun...."

Pg 143 continuing: "....Religious Beliefs. — The Guanchcs of the Canary Islands, who were probably a fragment of the old Atlantean population, believed in the immortality of the soul and the resurrection of the body, and preserved their dead as mummies. The Eg-yp- tians believed in the immortality of the sonl and the resurrec- tion of the body, and preserved the bodies of the dead by em- balming them."

"The Peruvians believed in the immortality of the soul and the resurrection of the body, and they too pre- served the bodies of their dead by embalming them. "A few mummies in remarkable preservation have been found among the Chinooks and Flatheads." (Schoolcraft, vol. v., p. 693.) The embalmment of the body was also practised in Central x\merica and among the Aztecs. The Aztecs, like the Egyp- tians, mummified their dead by taking out the bowels and re- placing them with aromatic substances. (Dorman, "Origin Prim. Superst.," p. 173.)"

"The bodies of the kings of the Vir- ginia Indians were preserved by embalming. (Beverly, p. 47.) Here are different races, separated by immense distances of land and ocean, uniting in the same beliefs, and in the same practical and logical application of those beliefs. The use of confession and penance was known in the re- ligious ceremonies of some of the American nations. Baptism was a religious ceremony with them, and the bodies of the dead were sprinkled with water."

"Vestal virgins were found in organized communities on both sides of the Atlantic ; they were in each case pledged to celi- bacy, and devoted to death if they violated their vows. In both hemispheres the recreant were destroyed by being buried alive. The Peruvians, Mexicans, Central Americans, Egyp- tians, Phoenicians, and Hebrews each had a powerful heredi- tary priesthood....." 

Pg 146: "...The ancient Mexicans believed that the sun-god would de- stroy the world in the last night of the fifty-second year, and that he would never come back. They offered sacrifices to him at that time to propitiate him ; they extinguished all the fires in the kingdom ; they broke all their household furni- ture ; they hung black masks before their faces ; they prayed and fasted ; and on the evening of the last night they formed a great procession to a neighboring mountain."

"A human be- ing was sacrificed exactly at midnight; a block of wood was laid at once on the body, and fire was then produced by rapid- ly revolving another piece of wood upon it ; a spark was car- ried to a funeral pile, whose rising flame proclaimed to the anxious people the promise of the god not to destroy the world for another fifty -two years. Precisely the same custom ob- tained among the nations of Asia Minor and other parts of the continent of Asia, wherever sun-worship prevailed, at the peri- odical reproduction of the sacred fire, but not with the same bloody rites as in Mexico. (Valentin!, " Maya Archaeology," p. 21.)"

Pg147: "Among both the Germans and the American Indians lycan- thropy, or the metamorphosis of men into wolves, was believed in. In British Columbia the men-wolves have often been seen seated around a fire, with their wolf-hides hung upon sticks to dry ! The Irish legend of hunters pursuing an animal which suddenly disappears, whereupon a human being appears in its place, is found among all the American tribes. That timid and harmless animal, the hare, was, singularly enough, an object of superstitious reverence and fear in Eu- rope, Asia, and America. The ancient Irish killed all the hares they found on May-day among their cattle, believing them to be witches."

"Caesar gives an account of the horror in which this animal was held by the Britons. The Calmucks regarded the rabbit with fear and reverence. Divine honors were paid to the hare in Mexico. Wabasso was changed into a white rabbit, and canonized in that form. The white bull. Apis, of the Egyptians, reappears in the sa- cred white buffalo of the Dakotas, which was supposed to pos- sess supernatural power, and after death became a god."

"The white doe of European legend had its representative in the white deer of the Housatonic Valley, whose death brought misery to the tribe. The transmission of spirits by the laying on of hands, and the exorcism of demons, were part of the re- iio:ion of the American tribes."

148 ATLANTIS: THE ANTEDILUVIAN WORLD. "The witches of Scandinavia, who produced tempests by their incantations, are duplicated in America. A Cree sorcerer sold three days of fair weather for one pound of tobacco ! The In- dian sorcerers around Freshwater Bay kept the winds in leather bags, and disposed of them as they pleased. Among the American Indians it is believed that those who are insane or epileptic are " possessed of devils." (Tylor, "Prim. Cult.," vol. ii., pp. 123-126.)

"Sickness is caused by evil spirits entering into the sick person. (Eastman's "Sioux.") The spirits of animals are much feared, and their departure out of the body of the invalid is a cause of thanksgiving. Thus an Omaha, after an eructation, says, " Thank you, animal." (Dor- man, "Prim. Superst.," p. 55.) The confession of their sins was with a view to satisfy the evil spirit and induce him to leave them. (Ibid., p. 57.)"

"In both continents burnt- offerings were sacrificed to the gods. In both continents the priests divined the future from the condition of the internal organs of the man or animal sac- rificed. (Ibid., pp. 214, 226.) In both continents the future was revealed by the flight of birds and by dreams. In Peru and Mexico there were colleges of augurs, as in Rome, who practised divination by watching the movements and songs of birds. (Ibid., p. 261.)"

Pg 149: "Jove, with the thunder-bolts in his hand, is duplicated in the Mexican god of thunder, Mixcoatl, who is represented holding a bundle of arrows. " He rode upon a tornado, and scattered the lightnings." (Dorman, " Prim. Superst.," p. 98.)

"Dionysus, or Bacchus, is represented by the Mexican god Texcatzoncatl, the god of wine. (Bancroft, vol. iii., p. 418.) Atlas reappears in Chibchacum, the deity of the Chibchas ; he bears the world on his shoulders, and when he shifts the burden from one shoulder to another severe earthquakes are produced. (Bollsert, pp. 12, 13.)"

"Deucalion repeopling the world is repeated in Xololt, who, after the destruction of the world, descended to Mictlan, the realm of the dead, and brought thence a bone of the perished race. This, sprinkled with blood, grew into a youth, the fa- ther of the present race. The Quiche hero-gods, Hunaphu and Xblanque, died ; their bodies were burnt, their bones ground to powder and thrown into the waters, whereupon they changed into handsome youths, with the same features as before. (Dor- man, " Prim. Superst.," p. 193.)"

"Witches and warlocks, mermaids and mermen, are part of the mythology of the American tribes, as they were of the European races. (Ibid., p. 79.) The mermaid of the Ottawas was " woman to the waist and fair ;" thence fish-like. (Ibid., p. 278.) The snake -locks of Medusa are represented in the snake- locks of At-otarho, an ancient culture-hero of the Iroquois. A belief in the incarnation of gods in men, and the physical translation of heroes to heaven, is part of the mythology of the Hindoos and the American races. Hiawatha, we are told, rose to heaven in the presence of the multitude, and vanished from sight in the midst of sweet music."

Pg 150: "Witchcraft is an article of faith among all the American races. Among the Illinois Indians " they made small images to represent those whose days they have a mind to shorten, and which they stab to the heart," whereupon the person rep- resented is expected to die. (Charlevoix, vol. ii., p. 166.) The witches of Europe made figures of w^ax of their enemies, and gradually melted them at the fire, and ^& they diminished the victim was supposed to sicken and die."

"A writer in the Popular Science Monthly (April, 1881, p. 828) points out the fact that there is an absolute identity be- tween the folk-lore of the negroes on the plantations of the South and the myths and stories of certain tribes of Indians in South America, as revealed by Mr. Herbert Smith's " Brazil, the Amazons, and the Coast." (New York: Scribner, 1879.) Mr. Harris, the author of a work on the folk-lore of the ne- groes, asks this question, "When did the negro or the North American Indian come in contact with the tribes of South America ?"

"Customs. — Both peoples manufactured a fermented, intoxi- cating drink, the one deriving it from barley, the other from maize. Both drank toasts. Both had the institution of mar- riage, an important part of the ceremony consisting in the join- ing of hands ; both recognized divorce, and the Peruvians and Mexicans established special courts to decide cases of this kind. Both the Americans and Europeans erected arches, and had triumphal processions for their victorious kings, and both strewed the ground before them with leaves and flowers. Both celebrated important events with bonfires and illumina- tions; both used banners; both invoked blessings...."

Pg 151"...Phoenicians, Hebrews, and Egyptians practised circumcision. Pala- cio relates that at Azori, in Honduras, the natives circumcised boys before an idol called Icelca. (" Carta," p. 84.) Lord Kingsborouo'h tells us the Central Americans used the same rite, and McKenzie (quoted by Retzius) says he saw the cere- mony performed by the Chippeways." 

Pg152: "There is a very curious and apparently inexplicable custom, called the " Couvade," which extends from China to the Mis- sissippi Valley ; it demands " that, when a child is born, the father must take to his bed, while the mother attends to all the duties of the household." Marco Polo found the custom among the Chinese in the thirteenth century."

Pg153 "The widow tells Hudibras — "Chineses thus are said To lie-in in their ladies' stead." The practice remarked by Marco Polo continues to this day among the hill-tribes of China. "The father of a new-born child, as soon as the mother has become strong enough to leave her couch, gets into bed himself, and there receives the congratulations of his acquaintances." (Max Miiller's " Chips from a German Workshop," vol. ii., p. 2V2.) Strabo (vol. iii., pp. 4, 17) mentions that, among the Iberians of the North of Spain, the women, after the birth of a child, tend their hus- bands, putting them to bed instead of going themselves. The same custom existed among the Basques only a few years ago. " In Biscay," says M. F. Michel, " the women rise immediate- ly after childbirth and attend to the duties of the household, while the husband goes to bed, taking the baby with him, and thus receives the neighbors' compliments...." 

Pg156,157: "In both continents we find tree- worship. In Mexico and Central America cypresses and palms were planted near the temples, generally in groiqis of threes; they were tended with great care, and received offerings of incense and gifts. The same custom prevailed among the Romans — the cypress was dedicated to Pluto, and the palm to Victory. Not only infant baptism by water was found both in the old Babylonian religion and among the Mexicans, but an of- fering of cakes, which is recorded by the prophet Jeremiah as part of the worship of the Babylonian goddess-mother, " the Queen of Heaven," was also found in the ritual of the Aztecs. ("Buildersof Babel,"p. 78.)

This is the typical Grove and idol worship that is found throughout the world. Now this is where it gets interesting: THE QUESTION OF COMPLEXION. Pg 193: "Adam was, it appears, a red man. Winchell tells us that Adam is derived from the red earth. The radical letters ADaM are found in ADaMall, " something out of which vegetation was made to germinate," to wit, the earth. ADAM and ADOM signifies red, ruddy, bay-colored, as of a horse, the color of a red heifer. "ADaM, a man, a human being, male or female, red, ruddy (" Preadamites," p. 161.) "The Arabs distinguished mankind into two races, one red, ruddy, the other black." (Ibid.) They classed themselves among the red men."

"Not only was Adam a red man, but tliere is evidence that, from the highest antiquity, red was a sacred color; the gods of the ancients were always painted red. The Wisdom of Sol- omon refers to this custom : "The carpenter carved it elegant- ly, and formed it by the skill of his understanding, and fash- ioned it to the shape of a man, or made it like some vile beast, laying it over with vermilion, and with paint, coloring it red, and covering every spot therein."

"The idols of the Indians were also painted red, and red was the religious color. (Lynd's MS. " Hist, of Dakotas," Library, Hist. Society, Minn.) The Cushites and Ethiopians, early branches of the Atlan- tean stock, took their name from their "sunburnt" complex- ion ; they were red men. The name of the Phoenicians signified red. Hiniyar, the prefix of the Himyaritic Arabians, also means red, and the Arabs were painted red on the Egyptian monuments. The ancient Egyptians were red men."

"They recognized four races of men — the red, yellow, black, and white men. They themselves belonged to the "ROT," or red men; the yellow men they called "NAMU" — it included the Asiatic races; the black men were called "NAHSU," and the white men " Tamhu.'''' The following figures are copied from Nott and Gliddon's " Types of Mankind," p. 85, and were taken by them from the great works of Belzoni, Champollion, and Lepsius. In later ages so desii-ous were the Egyptians of preserving the aristocratic distinction of the color of their skin, that they represented themselves on the monuments as of a crimson hue — an exaggeration of their original race complexion."

"In the same way we find that the ancient Aryan writings divided mankind into four races — the white, red, yellow, and black : the four castes of India were founded upon these dis- tinctions in color; in fact, the word for color in Sanscrit {var- nci) means caste."

"The red men, according to the Mahdhhdrata, were the Kshatrivas — the warrior caste — who were afterward The Egyptians, while they painted themselves red -brown, represented the nations of Palestine as yellow-brown, and the Libyans yellow - white. The present inhabitants of Egypt range from a yellow color in the north parts to a deep bronze. Tylor is of opinion ("Anthropology," p. 95) that the ancient Egyptians belonged to a brown race, which embraced the Nubian tribes and, to some extent, the Berbers of iVlgiers and Tunis."

"He groups the Assyrians, Phoenicians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Andalusians, Bretons, dark Welshmen, and people of the Caucasus into one body, and designates them as " dark- whites." The Himyarite Arabs, as I have shown, derived their name originally from their red color, and they were con- stantly depicted on the Egyptian monuments as red or light brown." 

THE QUESTION OF COMPLEXION. Pg 196: "Herodotus tells us that there was a nation of Libyans, called the Maxyans, who claimed descent from the people of Troy (the walls of Troy, we shall see, were built by Poseidon ; that is to say, Troy was an Atlantean colony). These Maxyans painted their whole bodies red. The Zavecians, the ancestors of the Zuavas of Algiers (the tribe that gave their name to the French Zouaves), also painted themselves red. Some of the Ethiopians were " copper-colored." (" Amer. Cyclop.," art. Egypt, p. 464.) Tylor says ("Anthropology," p. 160) : "The language of the ancient Egyptians, though it cannot be classed in the Semitic family with Hebrew, has important points of correspondence, whether due to the long intercourse between the two races in Egypt or to some deeper ancestral connection; and such analogies also appear in the Berber languages of North Africa."

"These last were called by the ancients the Atlanteans. " If a congregation of twelve representatives from Malacca, China, Japan, Mongolia, Sandwich Islands, Chili, Peru, Brazil, Chickasaws, Comanches, etc., were dressed alike, or undressed and unshaven, the most skilful anatomist could not, from their appearance, separate them." (Fontaine's " How the World was Peopled," pp. 147, 244.) Ferdinand Columbus, in his relation of his father's voyages, compares the inhabitants of Guanaani to the Canary Islanders (an Atlantean race), and describes the inhabitants of San Do- mingo as still more beautiful and fair."

"In Peru the Charanza- nis, studied by M. Angraud, also resemble the Canary Islanders. L'Abbe Brasseur de Bourbourg imagined himself surrounded by Arabs when all his Indians of Rabinal were around him ; for they had, he said, their complexion, features, and beard. Pierre Martyr speaks of the Indians of the Parian Gulf as hav- ing fair hair. ("The Human Species," p. 201.)"

Pg 197: "The same author believes that tribes belonging to the Semitic type are also found in America. He refers to "certain traditions of Guiana, and the use in the country of a weapon entirely charac- teristic of the ancient Canary Islanders.'''' When science is able to disabuse itself of the Mortonian theory that the aborigines of America are all red men, and all belong to one race, we may hope that the confluence upon the continent of widely different races from different countries may come to be recognized and intelligently studied."

"There can be no doubt that red, white, black, and yellow men have united to form the original population of America. And there can be as little doubt that the entire population of Europe and the south shore of the Mediterranean is a mongrel race — a combi- nation, in varying proportions, of a dark -brown or red race with a white race ; the characteristics of the different nations depending upon the proportions in which the dark and light races are mingled, for peculiar mental and moral characteristics go with these complexions."

"The red-haired people are a dis- tinct variety of the white stock ; there were once whole tribes and nations with this color of hair ; their blood is now inter- mingled with all the races of men, from Palestine to Iceland. Everything in Europe speaks of vast periods of time and long- continued and constant interfusion of bloods, until there is not a fair-skinned man on the Continent that has not the blood of the dark-haired race in his veins ; nor scarcely a dark-skinned man that is not lighter in hue from intermixture with the white stock." 

GENESIS CONTAINS A HISTORY OF ATLANTIS. pg200 "....We have seen that the Central Americans possessed striking parallels to the account of the Deluge in Genesis. There is also a clearly established legend which singularly resembles the Bible record of the Tower of Babel. Father Duran, in his MS. "Historia Antiqua de la Nueva Espana," a.d. 1585, quotes from the lips of a native of Cho- lula, over one hundred years old, a version of the legend as to the building of the great pyramid of Cholula. It is as follows :

"In the beginning, before the light of the sun had been created, this land (Cholula) was in obscurity and darkness, and void of any created thing; all was a plain, without hill or ele- vation, encircled in every part by water, without tree or created thing ; and immediately after the light and the sun arose in the east there appeared gigantic men of deformed stature and possessed the land, and desiring to see the nativity of the sun, as well as his Occident, proposed to go and seek them."

"Dividing themselves into two parties, some journeyed to the west and others toward the east; these travelled until the sea cut off their road, whereupon they determined to return to the place from which they started, and arriving at this place (Cholula), not finding the means of reaching the sun, enamored of his light and beauty, they determined to build a tower so high that its summit should reach the sky."

"Having collected materials for the purpose, they found a very adhesive clay and bitumen, with which they speedily commenced to build the tower ; and having reared it to the greatest possible altitude, so that they say it reached to the sky, the Lord of the Heavens, enraged, said to the inhabitants of the sky, 'Have you observed how they of the earth have built a high and haughty tower to mount hither, being enamored of the light of the sun and his beauty ?"

"Come and confound them, because it is not right that they of the earth, living in the flesh, should minole with us.' Immediately the inhabitants of the sky sallied forth like flashes of lightning ; they destroyed the edifice, and divided and scattered its builders to all parts of the earth."

"One can recognize in this legend the recollection, by a ruder race, of a highly civilized people ; for only a highly civilized people would have attempted such a vast work. Their mental superiority and command of the arts gave them the character of giants who arrived from the East ; who had divided into two great emigrations, one moving eastward (toward Europe), the other westward (toward America)."

"They were sun-worshippers for we are told " tliey uere enamored of the light and beauty of the sun," and they built a high place for his worship. The pyramid of Cholula is one of the greatest constructions ever erected by human hands. It is even now, in its ruined condition, 160 feet high, 1400 feet square at the base, and covers forty-five acres; we have only to remember that the greatest pyramid of Egypt, Cheops, covers but twelve or thir- teen acres, to form some conception of the magnitude of this American structure."

"It must not be forgotten that this legend was taken down by a Catholic priest, shortly after the conquest of Mexico, from the lips of an old Indian who was born before Columbus sailed from Spain. Observe the resemblances between this legend and the Bible account of the building of the Tower of Babel : "All was a plain without hill or elevation," says the Indian legend."

"They found a plain in the land of Shinar, and they dwelt there," says the Bible. They built of brick in both cases. " Let us build us a tower whose top may reach iinto heaven," says the Bible. " They determined to build a tower so high that its summit should reach the sky," says the Indian legend. "And the Lord came down to see the city and the tower which the children of men had builded. And the Lord said. Behold . . . nothing will be restrained from them which they have imagined to do."

"Go to, let us go down and confound them," says the Bible record. "The Lord of the Heavens, enraged, said to the inhabitants of the sky, ' Have you observed,' etc. Come and confound them," says the Indian record. "And the Lord scattered them abroad from thence on all the face of the earth," says the Bible. " They scattered its builders to all parts of the earth," says the Mexican legend. Can any one doubt that these two legends must have sprung in some way from one another, or from some common source?"

"There are enough points of diiference to show that the American is not a servile copy of the Hebrew legend. In the former the story comes from a native of Cholula : it is told nnder the shadow of the mighty pyramid it commemorates ; it is a local legend which he repeats. The men who built it, accord- ing to his account, were foreigners. They built it to reach the sun — that is to say, as a sun-temple ; while in the Bible record Babel was built to perpetuate the glory of its architects."

"In the Indian legend the gods stop the work by a great storm, in the Bible account by confounding the speech of the people. Both legends were probably derived from Atlantis, and re- ferred to some gigantic structure of great height built by that people ; and when the story emigrated to the east and west, it was in the one case affixed to the tower of the Chaldeans, and in the other to the pyramid of Cholula, precisely as we find the ark of the Deluge resting upon separate mountain- chains all the way from Greece to Armenia."

"In one form of the Tower of Babel legend, that of the Toltecs, we are told that the pyramid of Cholula was erected " as a means of es- cape from a second flood, should another occur." But the resemblances between Genesis and the American legends do not stop here. We are told (Gen. ii., 21) that "the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam," and while he slept God made Eve out of one of his ribs."

"According to the Quiche tradition, there were four men from whom the races of the world de- scended (probably a recollection of the red, black, yellow, and white races) ; and these men were without wives, and the Cre- ator made wives for them " while they slept." Some wicked misanthrope referred to these traditions when he said, "And man's first sleep became his last repose." In Genesis (chap, iii., 22), "And the Lord God said. Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil : and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live forever:" therefore God drove him out of the garden."

Pg204 "In the Quiche legends we are told, " The gods feared that they had made men too perfect, and they breathed a cloud of mist over their vision." AVhen the ancestors of the Quiches migrated to America the Divinity parted the sea for their passage, as the Red Sea was parted for the Israelites."

"The story of Samson is paralleled in the history of a hero named Zipanca, told of in the " Popol Vuh," who, being capt- ured by his enemies and placed in a pit, pulled down the build- ing in which his captors had assembled, and killed four hundred of them. "There were giants in those days," says the Bible. A great deal of the Central American history is taken up with the do- ings of an ancient race of giants called Quinames. This parallelism runs through a hundred particulars: Both the Jews and Mexicans worshipped toward the east. Both called the south " the right hand of the world."

"Both burnt incense toward the four corners of the earth. Confession of sin and sacrifice of atonement were common to both peoples. Both were punctilious about washings and ablutions. Both believed in devils, and both were afflicted with leprosy. Both considered women who died in childbirth as worthy of honor as soldiers who fell in battle. Both punished adultery with stoning to death. As David leaped and danced before the ark of the Lord, so did the Mexican monarchs before their idols. Both had an ark, the abiding-place of an invisible god. Both had a species of serpent-worship....."

GENESIS CONTAINS A HISTORY OF ATLANTIS. 207: "The same singular custom which is found among the Jews and the Hindoos, for " a man to raise up seed for his deceased brother by marrying his widow," was found among the Cen- tral American nations. (Las Casas, MS. " Hist. Apoloq.," cap. ccxiii., ccxv. Torquemada, " Monarq. Ind.," torn, ii., 377-8.) No one but the Jewish high-priest might enter the Holy of Holies. A similar custom obtained in Peru. Both ate the flesh of the sacrifices of atonement ; both poured the blood of the sacrifice on the earth ; they sprinkled it, they marked per- sons with it, they smeared it upon walls and stones."

"The Mex- ican temple, like the Jewish, faced the east. "As among the Jews the ark was a sort of portable temple, in which the Deity was supposed to be continually present, so among the Mexi- cans, the Cherokees, and the Indians of Michoacan and Hon- duras, an ark was held in the highest veneration, and was con- sidered an object too sacred to be touched by any but the priests." (Kingsborough, "Mex. Antiq.," vol. viii., p. 258.)"

"The Peruvians believed that the rainbow was a sign that the earth would not be again destroyed by a deluge. {Ibid., p. 25.) The Jewish custom of laying the sins of the people upon the head of an animal, and turning him out into the wilder- ness, had its counterpart among the Mexicans, who, to cure a fever, formed a dog of maize paste and left it by the roadside, saying the first passer-by would carry away the illness. (Dor- man, " Prim. Super.," p. 59.)"

"Jacob's ladder had its duplicate in the vine or tree of the Ojibbeways, which led from the earth to heaven, up and down which the spirits passed. (Ibid., p. 67.) Both Jews and Mexicans offered water to a stranger that he might wash his feet ; both ate dust in token of humility ; both anointed with oil ; both sacrificed prisoners ; both periodically separated the women, and both agreed in the strong and uni- versal idea of uncleanness connected with that period. Both believed in the occult power of water, and both prac- tised baptism."

"Then the Mexican midwife gave the child to taste of tlie water, putting her moistened fingers in its mouth, and said, ' Take this ; by this thou hast to live on the earth, to grow and to flourish ; through this we get all things that support existence on the earth; receive it.' Then with moistened fin- gers she touched the breast of the child, and said, ' Behold the pure water that washes and cleanses thy heart, that removes all filthiness ; receive it : may the goddess see good to purify and cleanse thine heart.' Then the midwife poured water upon the head of the child, saying, ' O my grandson — my son — take this water of the Lord of the world, which is thy life, invigo- rating and refreshing, washing and cleansing. I pray that this celestial water, blue and light blue, may enter into thy body, and there live; I pray that it may destroy in thee and put away from thee all the things evil and adverse that were given thee before the beginning of the world. . . . Wheresoever thou art in this child, O thou hurtful thing, begone! leave it, put thyself apart; for now does it live anew, and anew is it born; now again is it purified and cleansed ; now again is it shaped and engendered by our mother, the goddess of water." (Ban- croft's "Native Races," vol. iii., p. 372.)"

"Here we find many resemblances to the Christian ordinance of baptism : the pouring of the water on the head, the putting of the fingers in the mouth, the touching of the breast, the new birth, and the washing away of the original sin. The Christian rite, we know, was not a Christian invention, but was borrowed from ancient times, from the great storehouse of Asiatic tradi- tions and beliefs."

Pg 208: "The Mexicans hung up the heads of their sacrificed enemies; this was also a Jewish custom : " And the Lord said unto Moses, Take all the heads of the people, and hang them up before the Lord against the sun, that the fierce anger of the Lord may be turned away from Israel. And Moses said unto the judges of Israel, Slay ye every one his men that were joined unto Baal-peor." (Numb., XXV., 4, 5.) "

"The Scythians, Herodotus tells us, scalped their enemies, and carried the scalp at the pommel of their saddles ; the Jews probably scalped their enemies : "But God shall wound the head of his enemies, and the hairy scalp of such a one as goeth on still in his trespasses." (Psa., Ixviii., 21.) The ancient Scandinavians practised scalping. When Har- old Ilarefoot seized his rival, Alfred, with six hundred follow- ers, he " had them maimed, blinded, hamstrung, scalped, or em- bowelled." (Taine's " Hist. Eng. Lit.," p. 35.)

"Herodotus describes the Scythian mode of taking the scalp : " He makes a cut round the head near the ears, and shakes the skull out." This is precisely the Indian custom. " The more scalps a man has," says Herodotus, " the more highly he is esteemed among them." The Indian scalp-lock is found on the Egyptian monuments as one of the characteristics of the Japhetic Libyans, who shaved all the head except one lock in the middle."

'The Mantchoos of Tartary wear a scalp-lock, as do the modern Chinese. Byron describes the heads of the dead Tartars under the walls of Corinth, devoured by the wild dogs : "Crimson and green were the shawls of their wear, And each scalp had a single long tuft of hair, All the rest was shaven and bare." These resemblances are so striking and so numerous that repeated attempts have been made to prove that the inhab- itants of America are the descendants of the Jews ; some have claimed that they represented " the lost tribes " of that peo- ple."

"But the Jews were never a maritime or emigrating people ; they formed no colonies ; and it is impossible to believe (as has been asserted) that they left their flocks and herds, marched across the whole face of Asia, took ships and sailed across the greatest of the oceans to a continent of the exist- ence of which they had no knowledge."

Now, this is where the "bucket falls" at this point for Ignatius, as he starts to see the parallel between the Children of Israel in the "New World" and the Israelites in the "Old World". It's apparent that he didn't know that those Jews have been scattered throughout the regions, but originally came from the lands of India and China. But when I state India and China, they were originally one huge portion that would stretch all the way to Central Asia. As stated before, these "modern" borders of that we have now are not the original borders, for everything has been changed to cover the real lands of where the Children of Israel went to.

Now, based on the "hair lock" that was mentioned above..... this could be the reason why the Egyptians would have this particular hairstyle coming forth from the sides, and thus connects to the hairstyle of the God of fire Acala (AGNI). 

Then there is the description of the God of the Mayans called "Kiniche' Kakmaw", as it's described to be the same as the Hindu God AGNI, and the Japanese God Fudo Myoo. Based from the Wiki states this: "Kinich Ahau is the 16th-century Yucatec name of the Maya sun god, designated as God G when referring to the codices. In the Classic period, God G is depicted as a middle-aged man with an aquiline nose, large square eyes, cross-eyed, and a filed incisor in the upper row of teeth. Usually, there is a k'in 'sun'-infix, sometimes in the very eyes. Among the southern Lacandons, Kinich Ahau continued to play a role in narrative well into the second half of the twentieth century."

"Kinich Ahau was the patron of one of the four years of the 52-year cycle (Landa). In the rituals introducing this year, war dances were executed. Kinich Ahau was apparently considered an aspect of the upper god, Itzamna. He may conceivably be related to the patron deity of Izamal, Kinich Kakmo 'Fire Parrot', who was reported to descend to earth while the sun was standing in the zenith in order to consume offerings...."

"....Recent Maya mythology is mainly concerned with Sun's childhood and the conflicts leading up to his actual solar transformation. Although specific imagery is used for the path of the sun (for example, the sun being carried through the underworld on the shoulders of its lord), there are hardly any histories concerning the mature sun deity, save for the southern Lacandons. According to them, Kinich Ahau, the elder brother of the upper god, will put an end to this world by descending from the skyand have his jaguars devour mankind. Little is also known about specific solar rituals, although Kinich Ahau regularly occurs in the Dresden Codex, which is largely concerned with ritual matters."

So, of course, there are many similarities between these two Gods (as they are one and the same). It even surprises me that Ignatius Donnelly details these people as the "descendants of the Jews", when not realizing that it was based on the Chinese/Indian connections to the Children of Israel in America, and as well the other nation's gods as well. Then based from the research of Sir Godfrey Higgins, he "suggested" if these people in Afghanistan, China, India etc. are the Children of Israel as well, and sure enough it becomes quite clear of their accuracy.

Now, there is an excerpt I would like to address based from this: TRADITIONS OF ATLANTIS. pg 282: "Across the ocean we find the people of Guatemala claiming their descent from a goddess called At-tit, or grandmother, who lived for four hundred years, and first taught the worship of the true God, which they afterward forgot. (Bancroft's *' Native Races," vol. iii., p. 15.) While the famous Mexican calen- dar stone shows that the sun was commonly called tonatiuh^ but when it was referred to as the god of the Deluge it was then called Atl-tona-ti-uh, ov At-onatiuk. (Valentini's "Mexi- can Calendar Stone," art. Maya Archceology, p. 15.) We thus find the sons of Ad at the base of all the most ancient races of men, to wit, the Hebrews, the Arabians, the Chaldeans, the Hindoos, the Persians, the Egyptians, the Ethiopians, the Mexicans, and the Central Americans ; testimony that all these races traced their beginning back to a dimly-re- membered Ad-lantis." 

Here in this excerpt from the Book details this: CORROBORATING CIRCUMSTANCES. pg 176 "M. A. de Quatrefages (" Human Species," p. 200) says, "Black populations have been found in America in very small num- bers only, as isolated tribes in the rnidst of very different popu- lations. Such are the Charruas of Brazil, the Black Carribees of Saint Vincent, in the Gulf of Mexico ; the Jamassi of Flori- da, and the dark-complexioned Californians. . . . Such, again, is the tribe that Balboa saw some representatives of in his pas- sage of the Isthmus of Darien in 1513 ; . . . they were true negroes."

Here is an excerpt based from the book on "THE QUESTION OF COMPLEXION" pg 184: "John T. Short says ("North Americans of Antiquity," p. 189): " The Menominees, sometimes called the ' White Indians,' formerly occupied the region bordering on Lake Michigan, around Green Bay. The whiteness of these Indians, which is compared to that of white mulattoes, early attracted the atten- tion of the Jesuit missionaries, and has often been commented on by travellers."

"While it is true that hybridy has done much to lighten the color of many of the tribes, still the peculiarity of the complexion of this people has been marked since the first time a European encountered them. Almost every shade, from the ash-color of the Menominees through the cinnamon- red, copper, and bronze tints, may be found among the tribes formerly occupying the territory east of the Mississippi, until we reach the dark-skinned Kaws of Kansas, who are nearly as black as the negro."

"The variety of complexion is as great in Soutli America as among the tribes of the northern part of the continent." In foot-note of p. 107 of vol. iii. of " U. S. Explorations for a Railroad Route to the Pacific Ocean," we are told, " Many of the Indians of Zuni (New Mexico) are white. They have a fair skin, blue eyes, chestnut or auburn hair, and are quite good-looking. They claim to be full-blooded Zunians, and have no tradition of intermarriage with any foreign race. The circumstance creates no surprise among this people, for from time immemorial a similar class of people has existed among the tribe...."

So, based on the food "Corn" being mentioned in the Bible, and why the American Indian stories of the Gods are similar to the East. This is where the Book of Mormon details of (somewhat) History in America. However, I had heard that the founder of Mormonism (Joseph Smith) wasn't supposed to reveal the book to a certain group, because then they would try to change the future, by hiding the past.....Here is what the segment "Journey of Man" states of what the man from Kazakhstan looks like, then compared to the other people in the other regions of the world....

A man from Kazakhstan, and a man from Peru...

A Woman from Mexico, a Woman from Ladhak Pakistan, and a Woman from Nepal.......

An American Indian woman, a Kirati woman from Nepal, and a woman from the Wa tribe of China....

"If a congregation of twelve representatives from Malacca, China, Japan, Mongolia, Sandwich Islands, Chili, Peru, Brazil, Chickasaws, Comanches, etc., were dressed alike, or undressed and unshaven, the most skillful anatomist could not, from their appearance, separate them." (Fontaine's "How the World was Peopled," pp. 147, 244.)