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Aryan Invasion Theory

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in response to reader comment: Aryans did not invade India

Submitted by K P Ganesh (India), Jun 23, 2011 at 09:53

Being "accepted" is not the same as it "definitely happened". The Roman Emperor Constantine formulated the New Testament in order to go on a rampage and conquer the world. Constantine stated as having dreamt of a shining light that told him to plant a cross across the world and preach Christianity to the world. Over the years, through various conquests the Europeans had enough money to increase their military might. The most powerful of all European invaders during the 17th and 18th centuries, colonial British started formulating thesis, just like Constantine's New Testament, to poison the minds of natives, like this Aryan Invasion Theory in India ensuring that there remained a perpetual rift among the natives at the intellectual level(in this case India).

Does either the present day Church or any other religion refute what Constantine did. So how come you guys are still harping on Aryan Invasion theory. The word ARYA comes from the Sanskrit language meaning Noble race. The Colonial British misappropriation of Hindu scriptures doesn't stop with this. They even went ahead to formulate a caste system based on skin color (deliberate misuse of the word Varna to show it as standing for color) rather than understanding the fact that all human beings, are subdivided into 4 different categories (Varna) based on their intellectual ability.


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