National Geographic Proves Elijah Muhammad Was Right About European Origins

Many charged Elijah Muhammad with being a racist ‘troublemaker’ that had no validity to his claims about europeans and their 6,600 year-old origins, but National Geographic now says scientists have discovered similar findings.

In Elijah Muhammad’s “Message to the Black Man in America” he tells of how Caucasians were created by black (African) geneticists 6,600 years ago by selective breeding in an isolated area in the Aegean Sea, which he referred to as the “Island of Pelan”.

This area is near the Caucasus mountains, the homeland of caucasians. This location is also referred to in the Bible as the “Island of Patmos”. Seem crazy?

Well since you need a Caucasian organization to validate information in order for it to be true, is Muhammad’s claim more valid if National Geographic reports that scientists have came to the same conclusion?

National Geographic reported on the findings from the research done at Australian Centre for Ancient DNA at the University of Adelaide:

“DNA recovered from ancient skeletons reveals that the genetic makeup of modern Europe was established around 4,500 B.C. in the mid-Neolithic—or 6,500 years ago—and not by the first farmers who arrived in the area around 7,500 years ago or by earlier hunter-gatherer groups.”

If modern European DNA did not come from “the first farmers who arrived in the area around 7,500 years ago or by earlier hunter-gatherer groups” then where did it come from? How did it ‘pop out of nowhere’ unless it was created? Was Elijah Muhammad right about the creation of the ‘white race’? Something to think about.

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