News! Huns were led by Paracusa elite!
Mankind’s past is getting more and more complex. Earlier this year, it was proven genetically that the Paracusa (Paracas in Spanish) of Peru originated in the southeastern corner of Europe near the Crimean Peninsula. During the past few years, forensic scientists, geneticists and anthropologists in Hungary and southern Germany have been studying the skeletons of Huns, who were buried there during the 400s AD, after the main body of their nomadic nation had settled on the plains of Eastern Hungary. The king of the Huns gave 500 young Hun elite women to some kings in southern Germany. Those women’s graves have been identified.
As can be seen above, the skeletons of the warriors excavated in Hungary proved to be descended from the peoples of Central Asia, probably Tajikistan. They carried a mixture of Asiatic and Caucasian genes. The big surprise came when DNA samples of the Hun elite. These people were from the southeastern corner of Europe, near Crimea. For some time, it has been known that the Hun elite had bottle shaped, oversized heads. This was assumed to be from wrapping cloth tightly around the heads of babies. However, this was also the standard explanation for the Paracusa skulls in Peru, until genetic analysis revealed the the Paracus were a separate race of men. Like most of the later Paracusa in Peru, the Hun elite were hybrid Paracusa-Caucasian. Most carried the gene, which causes blue or gray eyes. Their hair color varied, but their skin had little pigmentation like Nordic people today.
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