Thursday, December 15, 2016

Ancient Caucasian Mummies with Auburn Hair Discovered in a Tennessee Burial Vault

Ancient Caucasian Mummies with Auburn Hair Discovered in a Tennessee Burial Vault


Auburn haired mummy from the Tarim Basin in China dating back to the Bronze Age.  These same people had circled the globe in search of trade. The Chinese have disputed the claim of Caucasians in their land, despite the overwhelming evidence, the same holds true with finds of Caucasian remains in North 

AmericaSmithsonian Contribution to Knowledge, 1890


    Haywood describes a cave, the aperture into which was very small, near the confines of Smith and Wilson Counties, on the south side of Cumberland River, about twenty-two miles above Cairo, on the waters of Smith's Fork. The work men digging in the apartment next the entrance, after removing the dirt, came to another small aperture upon the same level, which they also entered, and found a room twenty-five feet square. This room seemed to have been carefully preserved for the reception and burial of the dead. In it, near the centre, were found three human bodies sitting in baskets made of cane, the flesh being entire, but a little shrivelled and hard. The bodies were those of a man, a woman, and a small child. The color of the skin was said to be fair and white, without any admixture of a copper color ; their hair auburn and of a fine texture. The teeth were very white; in stature they were about the same as the whites of the present day. The man was wrapped in fourteen dressed deer skins, and over these were wound what those present called blankets. They were made of bark, like those found in the cave in White County. In form the baskets were pyramidal, being larger at the bottom and tapering towards the top. The heads of the skeletons were outside of the blankets