East Anglia Man:  Link between Africa and the White Man.

Research in East Anglia, and a new analysis of bones found two decades ago in a Somerset quarry, show that human beings have been living in Britain for up to 200,000 years longer than has generally been thought. Mankind's ancestors may have migrated here as long as 700,000 years ago.  Bradshaw Fnd

This finding refutes the long held belief, still supported by most reserachers, that "Neandertals and modern humans most likely shared a common ancestor within the last 500,000 years, possibly in Africa."  Science Magazine, May 6, 2010. 

The common consensus is that all races are the same:  that Neanderthal comes from the same African ape as the White man.  This is based on findings of prehumans going back only 500,0000 years.

The Englishman, right, could not have evolved out of Neanderthal, left, in 10,000 years.  He could, however have evolved out of a similarly primitive hominid over a period of a million years.

Anglia Man goes back 700,000 years and he shows up in England.  Clearly, adventurous prehumans left the torpid lazy African world into Europe a million years ago and settled down in East Anglia, proving that the White man is an Englishman.

Fundamentalist Christians have cried out against the theory of evolution knowing in their hearts that they are not related to a monkey, but they did not take into consideration the million years of evolution that the White race enjoyed over all of the other races of man.

The cream of the cream of these people moved down to the beachfront property around the Mediterranean in a lost civilization referred to as Atlantis and until the glaciers melted 10,000 years ago. 

Atlantians were already proficient sailors, having mapped the heavens sufficiently to travel the seas worldwide.  When the glaciers submerged Atlantis, the Atlantians, including their woman and children, embarked on their craftgs and took refuge among the lesser mortals that lived inland.  The Atlantians tried to share their knowledge of astronomy6 with their new, less intelligent, neighbors, but the knowledge was simplified into a religion: astrology.

Prior to the discovery of Angia Man, it was already known that Homo heidelbergensis (below) hunted on the banks of the river at Swanscombe, England, about 400,000 years ago.  He may have been a link between Anglia Man and the exquisite English man of today.  The fact that today we have so few, tall, slender, blue-eyed blonds with delicate features, refined manners and high intelligence suggests a backward turn in the evolution of the  White race which should be resisted.

Like delicate vegetation, the superior genes of the Englishman are recessive and easily give way to breeding with others than his own kind.  A dichondra lawn, lush, soft and beautiful quickly turns to crabgrass if not cultivated carefully.

Professor Chris Stringer, head of human origins at the Natural History Museum, and director of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project, said, referring to the sites in East Anglia, "The species of hominid which inhabited the sites remains unknowable without direct fossils.   The most likely candidate is an earlier variety of Homo heidelbergensis. It was also possible they were examples of Homo antecessor, a potentially new species found at Atapuerca in Spain and the oldest known European hominid.

Homo heidelbergensis, as known from Boxgrove and continental sites, had a slightly smaller skull than modern man, but was more heavily built, at about 14 stone in weight and 6ft in height. “In my view, it’s a direct ancestor of Homo sapiens,” Professor Stringer said.

Neanderthal behaviour

It will be interesting to study Neanderthal behaviour.  The best expert on Neanderthal behavior is Michael Bradley.  www.michaelbradley.info

Missing Link

  • The Bradshaw Foundation first revealed this link to modern European Man ten years ago.
  • At that time it was reasonable to believe that prehuman Anglia Man evolved into English modern man.
  • Recently the Bradshaw Foundation changed into the "Journey of Mankind".
  • The old Bradshaw Foundation cannot be accessed even by the WaybackMachine.