Friday, September 29, 2017

Ancient Plastic Surgery on Siberian Idols


Source He has a massive nose with flared nostrils, wide open mouth, a bushy moustache and a beard. And yet all is not quite as it seems, for this sculpture, the most northerly of this genre in Asia, underwent an historic version of plastic surgery perhaps 1,500 years ago to give him a less Caucasian and more Asian appearance, according to experts.
So the original European look of the idol was changed to a more Asian countenance. Why would this happen?

'Judging by archeological finds found inside the grottos, this anthropomorphic idol was made during the Scythian time,' Yuri Grevtsov said. 'The first change came when the more European looking face was transformed to make it appear more Mongoloid was likely to have happened in the early Middle Ages with a shift of the population in the Angara River area,' he said.
 The redheaded round eye people was replaced by black haired slit eye ones. The look of the idols was changed accordingly. Some Greek philosopher said that the gods of the horses, if the horses had gods, would look like horses.

5 comments:

  1. In Ancient times the Northwest region of China was occupied by White Indo-European speaking Tocharians, now is populated Asian Uighur Turks, pretty all Central Asia was populated by Whites before the Turkic and Mongol invasions.

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  3. There are indications that the Scythians were (at least in part) descended from the exiled Tribes of Israel.

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