Born of the Black Sea:
the Indo-European invasions
The great Indo-European invasions of the Middle-East took place in fits and starts: the Indo-Aryans to present-day India, the Aryans to Afghanistan, the Hittites to the Middle East, the Sumerians and Gutians to Mesopotamia, and the Galatians to present-day Turkey. Names of the countries of this region—Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan—are derived from the word “Aryan.” Further migrations spread even further into China.
The Persians, who were more numerous, overpowered the Medes and together these two tribes established what became known as the Persian Empire, ruling over a large number of Asiatic and Arabic racial types. All of these tribes eventually disappeared through interbreeding with the non-Indo-European peoples in the regions they occupied. It is still possible to see genetic throwbacks among the people of the Middle East—with fair eyes and fair hair—in that region.
Modern academics, cowed by the racial implications of the concept “Indo-Europeans,” generally only accept this word as having a linguistic meaning.
Racial conflict in the Rig-Veda. The Rig-Veda, original holy book of the Aryan conquerors in India, contains a great many references to the race of the conquerors and the conquered. According to the book, the leader of the Aryan invasion was one Indra, and his role in “slaying the Dasyus” (the Negroids in India) is a prominent theme. The Rig-Veda praises the god who “destroyed the Dasyans and protected the Aryan color” (Rg. V, III 34, 9). Black skin is repeatedly referred to with abhorrence… In Hindu mythology most of the gods have white skins and European-like features while the demons are distinctly Negroid. The Rig-Veda describes Aryan gods as blonds: “his yellow beard” (Indra 10.23.4), “with yellow beard and yellow head” (Indra 10.96.8).