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Part Two: THE SIX SANGIK RACES - 500,000 BC
Copyright © 2004 by Saskia Praamsma

FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND YEARS AGO the Badonan tribes of India, superior descendants of the original Andonites, became involved in another great racial struggle. Warfare raged for over a hundred years and in the end one hundred families, representing the most desirable strains of all the living descendants of Andon and Fonta, remained. Among them a man and a woman began suddenly to produce a family of remarkable mutant children, nineteen in number, who were not only more intelligent than their fellows but whose skins had a tendency to turn various colors when exposed to sunlight. There were five red, two orange, four yellow, two green, four blue, and two. This was the Sangik family, the ancestors of the six colored races. For almost 100,000 years these Sangik peoples mingled together and spread out around the foothills of the northwestern Indian highlands, until population expansion forced them to migrate. The primary Sangiks—red, yellow, and blue—sought the colder north, while the secondary Sangiks—orange, green, and indigo—preferred the warmer south.

RED
The red man was the first to leave his central Asian home, going in a northeasterly direction to occupy Asia. The Neanderthalers, spread out over the entire breadth of Eurasia and whose eastern wing was the most contaminated by debased strains, had recently been driven south by the advancing ice, and by the time the red man arrived the land was relatively free of these subhuman types. For almost 100,000 years the red man reigned supreme in eastern Asia, until his yellow brethren came to displace him.

YELLOW
Three hundred thousand years ago the main body of the yellow race entered China from the south as coastwise migrants. Destroying or driving off the mainland any lingering animalistic Neanderthal strains as he went along, slowly the yellow man penetrated farther and farther inland until he began to encroach on the red man´s territory. For over two hundred thousand years these two superior races struggled for control of Asia until the red man, defeated and with his back against the ice, was driven into North America across the newly passable Bering land bridge.

RED, ESKIMO
It was 85,000 years ago when the last of the comparatively pure remnants of the red race, numbering around seven thousand men, women and children, crossed en masse to North America. Shortly thereafter they became isolated when the Bering land isthmus sank. The red man never returned to Asia, but he left behind his genetic imprint in Siberia, northern China, central Asia, India, and Europe.

Five thousand years after the red man arrived in America, the freezing over of the north seas compelled the Eskimos in Greenland to continue moving in a westerly direction, reaching the continent of North America not long after the red man had arrived in Alaska. Five thousand years ago a chance meeting occurred between an Indian tribe and a lone Eskimo group on the southeastern shores of Hudson Bay. They intermarried, and as a result these Eskimos were eventually absorbed by the more numerous red men. This encounter represents the isolated red man's sole contact with the rest of the world until comparatively recent times.

RED, YELLOW, ORANGE, BLUE Accompanying the red race across the Bering Strait were three small groups of mixed ancestry, mainly orange and blue. They early separated from the red man and continued down into Mexico and Central America, where they were later joined by a small group of mixed yellows and reds. These races amalgamated, and within five thousand years divided into three groups, establishing the civilizations respectively of Mexico, Central America, and South America. (Their later and more enduring civilizations were founded by a race predominantly red but containing a considerable admixture of yellow, orange, and blue.)

BLUE
On the European continent the ice was beginning to retreat, allowing the blue man, together with a few other small racial groups, to migrate westward from their Indian highland home. Following the old Andonite trails, they invaded Europe in successive waves. (The Basques and the Berbers, though admixed with Saharans and others, represent two surviving strains of this race.) In Europe they encountered their Neanderthal brethren, who had been driven south and east by the glacier. The mingling of the blue man with the Neanderthal peoples led to the immediate improvement of the older race. Lapps and the Eskimos are blends of Andonite and Sangik-blue races. During the following interglacial period this new blue-Neanderthal race extended from England to India

ORANGE
Around 300,000 BC the orange race turned west from their homeland and began to move southward along the coast towards Africa. They established their headquarters at Armageddon, in Palestine, but made little impression before being destroyed by the later arriving green man.

GREEN
Near their center of race origin the green race split into three major divisions: The northern tribes were assimilated by the yellow and blue races; the eastern branch amalgamated with the Indian peoples of those days, and remnants still persist among them; the southern group entered Africa, where they encountered and annihilated their orange cousins. The orange man, as a race, ceased to exist 100,000 years ago; his genetic remains were absorbed by the green victors and by the soon-to-follow indigo men.

INDIGO
The indigos were the last of the Sangik peoples to migrate from their birthplace. About the time of the green/orange racial wars in Egypt, the great black exodus began to wend its way south along the coast toward Africa. Soon the indigo man entered Egypt where he overpowered the green man by sheer force of numbers. These indigo races absorbed the remnants of the orange man and much of the stock of the green man, and this amalgamation proved beneficial to certain of the indigo tribes. The indigo race moved south into the forests of Africa, and has been the dominant racial group on the continent ever since.

ANDONITE, RED, YELLOW, GREEN, ORANGE, BLUE, INDIGO 
In India, the earliest race mixtures were a blend of the migrating red and yellow races with the aboriginal Andonites. This combined group later absorbed the greater portion of the extinct eastern green peoples as well as large numbers of the orange race, had limited admixture with the blue man, and assimilated a heavy percentage of the indigo race. The aborigines of India are not these peoples but are rather the most ancient southern and eastern fringe.

In India and China the secondary Sangiks gravitated to the south, where their cultures intermingled in Burma and the peninsula of Indo-China. Here the vanished green race has persisted in larger proportion than anywhere else.

GREEN, INDIGO, RED, YELLOW
As these darker peoples continued to drift further south, they spilled over onto the islands. Many different races have occupied the islands of the Pacific Ocean.

The southern and then more extensive islands were first inhabited by peoples carrying a heavy percentage of green and indigo blood; the northern islands were held by Andonites and, later on, by races embracing large proportions of yellow and red. The early red and yellow men had mingled to a degree in Asia, and their offspring—the present-day brown men—followed the southeastern seacoast until they were pushed onto the peninsulas and nearby islands. The ancestors of the Japanese people were driven off the mainland around 12,000 BC by the northern Chinese tribes.

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