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The Mysterious Tribe of Blue-Eyed Native Americans

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History holds many oddities that we may never fully understand, either through incomplete documentation, disinterest at the time, or simply a big question mark that hangs over all. Among these are mysterious tribes of people that have been encountered and confronted in all corners of the globe, often vanishing before we really understand them and leaving us perplexed at just who they were or where their origins lie.

 

http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/10/the-mysterious-tribe-of-blue-eyed-native-americans/

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Sounds Familiar I wonder if they scattered out like gypsies into the Lands.... 

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norse vikings traveled the world, we were taught they were violent(not untrue)

but mostly they traded with the world, in fact a lot were buried with Arabic/other clothing

Leif Erickson's camp

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We call them the Moon Eyed tribe and I believe the Mandan were their decedents.

The Ancient Moon-Eyed People Of North Carolina: Fact Or Fiction?

As legend has it, the Moon-Eyed people were an entire race of physically small inhabitants of a wooded area near what is now Murphy, North Carolina. With pale, white skin and bearded faces, their large, blue eyes were said to be so sensitive to the sun that they were only able to operate by the light of the moon, hence the name, “Moon-Eyed.”

Various tales have been told over time, both ending in the expulsion of this mysterious clan to a life lived underground.
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While many are quick to assume that this legend is but one of many found in Cherokee folklore, one glaring distinction remains: Unlike many supernatural entities found in Cherokee mythology, the Cherokee referred to the Moon-Eyed people as a separate race of people found inhabiting the Earth at the same moment as they, in a time before Columbus would “discover” the Americas.
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A soapstone carving of conjoined figures remains on display at the Cherokee County Historical Museum, and although its physical presence can be witnessed in plain sight, the mystery behind its formation remains even after all this time.

http://all-that-is-interesting.com/moon-eyed-people

DNA links Native Americans with Europeans

A Danish-led international research team has mapped the hitherto oldest genome of an anatomically modern human: the genome of a boy buried at Mal’ta near Lake Baikal in south-central Siberia some 24,000 years ago.

Surprisingly, the genetic material reveals that the boy was European, which means that a European culture reached all the way east to Lake Baikal.

The really sensational news, however, is that a large proportion (about a third) of all living Native Americans are descendants of the Mal’ta people. In other words, Native Americans have partly European ancestry.
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The results reveal that Native Americans are a mixture between Western Europeans who reached Siberia and an East Asian population. This paints a new picture of Native Americans and at the same time solves a number of puzzles regarding the colonisation of America.

http://sciencenordic.com/dna-links-native-americans-europeans

Another interesting fact:
The Native practice of "blood brothers" (cutting their hands and pressing them together) was to test Genetic compatibility.
They say that today over 99% of Native Americans are Rh positive but I believe it was much more common back in the day.
Additionally, I think it's a lot higher than that because, outside of my own family, I've met a few Natives who are A negative.



 

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2 hours ago, Malevolent said:

Then there are the Melanesian people ...

 

 

That's Waardenburg syndrome.

Waardenburg syndrome is a group of genetic disorders which is evident from birth (congenital). The syndrome causes deafness, change in color of skin, hair and eye. Waardenburg condition is named after a Dutch eye doctor, Petrus Johannes Waardenburg (1886-1976) who was the first person to notice patients suffering from hearing loss and change in color of eyes.
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Here are the key identifiable symptoms –

Deafness
Pale blue eyes or colors of both the eyes does not match
Wide set eyes
Early graying of hair or white patch of hair
Cleft lip
Constipation
Slight decrease in intellectual function

http://healthylifemed.com/waardenburg-syndrome/

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