DNA Results For The Elongated Skulls Of Paracas: Part 3 Of 4: “Cleopatra Of Paracas”

In Part 1 of the DNA results HERE we saw that the 18 to 22 month old Paracas royal baby, with obvious blonde/red hair had the maternal haplogroup U2e1, which is only found in people of European descent, and more specifically proto-Germanic and proto-Slavic speakers. The fact that radiocarbon tests indicated that the baby died 1950 years ago on the coast of Peru is curious.

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In part 2, with details HERE an 850 year old elongated skull (above photo left) from the highlands east of Lima, not Paracas was tested and the maternal haplogroup found was T2b, again a European haplogroup most commonly found in the British Isles, Baltic states and Scandinavia. The first Europeans, as in the Spanish did not reach Peru until 1532 AD…

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And here in part 3 we have the results of the skull seen above, which is of the Paracas culture and is located in the Juan Navarro Museum in Paracas. Sr. Juan named this “Cleopatra” because of the graceful shape of the head, and do note the obvious red hair. The maternal DNA found from hair of this sample is H1, commonly found in Western Europe, especially among the Basque (27.8%) but also in Iberia and perhaps north Africa.

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Again, all pre-Columbian people of the Americas are thought to have been of the haplogroups A, B, C, D and perhaps X, and with three results showing the presence of European ancestry, long before the proposed arrival of said Europeans, especially as far south as Peru, history must be re-written.

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The above map shows the dispersal of haplogroup H1, supposedly today. There are theories that H1 was the dominant haplogroup of the European megalithic cultures from 5000 BC until the arrival and domination by the proto-Celts about 2000 BC. Is it possible that the H1 megalithic builders managed to escape, by sea, and eventually make it to Peru?

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