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  "There is nothing more frightening than active ignorance." -- Goethe

"The search for truth is never wrong.  The only sin is to lack the courage to follow where truth leads." -- Duke

"He alone deserves to be remembered by his children who treasures up and preserves the memory of his fathers." -- Edmund Burke


We are not going to debate the Christian versus evolutionary point of view

We believe that God created the world

and everything in it

We believe that God created science

Charles A. Weisman stated it perfectly in his book

God and science must agree

Therefore, logic dictates that it took God a lot longer than six days to create the world

Logic also dictates that the flood of the Bible was not universal

And that's all we're going to say on the subject

for more information get Weisman's book

"The Origin of Race and Civilization as Studied and Verified from Science, History and the Holy Scriptures"

Timelines in Earth's History

This section of our site is dedicated to showing the achievements of the races of "modern" humans at different points in history.  We will start at that point in time when historians agree that "civilization" suddenly developed, around 5000 BC.  But first


Various types of early hominids have been dated from South Africa to over four million years ago.  The first stone tools appeared about 2.5 million years ago and were fashioned by using a stone to chip flakes off another stone.  The Neanderthals emerged about 120,000 years ago in Western Eurasia and Europe.  They were the first type of "humans" known to have buried their dead.  They manufactured fine flaked tools and adapted to a range of environments.  But these were not "modern" humans.  Their brains were the same size but they had studier skeletons, projecting jaws, nose and brow ridges.

About 100,000 years ago the first anatomically "modern" human emerged in Africa.  They refined tools and formed cohesive social groups.  They also painted on caves and buried their dead.  They were spear-throwers who followed herds or lived in semi-permanent camps.  They also used bows and arrows, harpoons and boomerangs.


The domestication of animals as a source of food, clothing and transportation was usually followed by the development of wild grasses to produce a surplus of cereal crops.  This constituted a major development in human history known as the agricultural revolution.  This occurred in these areas and dates:

9000 BC - Near East, Mesopotamia, Anatolia
7000 BC - Yellow river basin, North China
7000 BC - SE Europe
6000 BC - S C Asia (Uzbekistan, Afghanistan)
6000 BC - Andes
6000 BC - Baluchistan
5500 BC - N Mediterranean coast
5000 BC - Nile Valley
5000 BC - Central Europe
4750 BC - Central America
4500 BC - Ganges floodplain, E India
4000 BC - Mainland SE Asia
4000 BC - NW Europe
4000 BC - Sub-Saharan Africa
3500 BC - Ukraine, European Russia
2500 BC - Maritime SE Asia
2000 BC - North America (Mississippi basin)
2000 BC - Amazon basin
1500 BC - Melanesia
1000 BC - Caribbean
1000 BC - Southern Africa

500 AD - Japan


The discovery of fired pottery technology occurred at very different times around the world.  The impact was enormous.  It gave people the ability to store, cook, preserve and transport food in secure and clean containers.  This aided the agriculture revolution and encouraged a sedentary lifestyle.  It also encouraged long distance trade.  Pottery is a benchmark for archaeologists.  It is known to have occurred the earliest in these areas and dates:

11,000 BC - Jomon, Japan
8500 BC - Xianrendong, China
7500 BC - Nile Valley, Sahara, Africa
6500 BC - Tell Sotto, Near East
6500 BC - Mehrgarh, S Asia
5500 - Bendkeramik, C Europe
2200 - Equador, S America
1500 BC - Chiapa de Corzo, C America

Settled Agriculture

By around 5000 BC, settled agriculture had become the principal way of life in four regions of the globe, Egypt, the Middle East, the Indus Valley, and the Yangtze and Yellow River Valleys in China.  They were growing crops such as wheat, barley, millet, corn and rice.  Population was booming and the first permanent human settlements were being established.  The groundwork for the world's first cities and civilizations was laid.  Parts of Europe were also farming but it was still mainly dominated by hunter-gathering as was Japan, Korea and other areas of the world, including large areas of Africa.

So now let's see what man was doing starting around the year 5000 BC

Note on White:

It is our belief that White Civilization and History started in what is called the "Cradle of Civilization" with what is today the Middle East (Iraq, Iran, etc.)  The pre-historic Mesopotamian period of history would encompass early White history.  We also believe that White civilization spread out from there into Egypt, the Indus Valley, parts of western China, and beyond.  This is corroborated by archaeology and the great monuments and statues of Egypt and other places.  The Akkadians of Babylonian were White.  At a bare minimum the first six dynasties of Egypt were ruled by Caucasians.  Therefore, these monuments for sure should be considered as a part of the cultural heritage of the White race, Your Heritage.  Ancient Rome and Greece were all White cultures before they intermarried with their darker neighbors.  That is why all these are included under White on this page.

Feel free to disagree if you like.  See our  Builders of Civilization page for more information.  Also see the separate pages for each country for more information, especially Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome.  Also see Early Migrations of Israel


Note on Africa:

When searching for African architectural sites, we chose NOT to include those that were obviously created by an outside source such as the Arabs in northern Africa or the Egyptians.  Nor do we include the structures built by the Romans or Phoenicians.  Nor did we include buildings that the colonial powers are responsible for putting up, even if they used African labor.  If the Portuguese or Spanish or British put a magnificent building on African soil this does not make the building "African."  Same with the magnificent Roman and Phoenician ruins in the north or the Pyramids at Giza in Egypt.  Even the numerous mosques and other Muslim sites dotted throughout Africa cannot be considered truly African achievement since the Arabs were an outside influence in these buildings.  Only what is truly African is included.

By Africa we mean the race of Negro, the black African.

We have been told that we are unfair to Africa in this timeline

We are not attempting to be "fair," just accurate

We have listed only true African artifacts, not those that were the result of outside influences

Truth is not Racist

Facts are not Hate


5000 BC



Pottery jar from late Ubaid period of Mesopotamia - 5300 - 4000 BC





Yangshao Culture - China - 5000 - 3000 BC

Cordmarked amphora - 4800 BC


















4000 BC



Plate from Uruk period - 4000 - 3100 BC



Narmer Palette - 3100 BC


Skara Brae - 3100 BC

Orkney, Scotland


Hongsham Culture - China - 4700 - 2900 BC

C-shaped jade dragon - earliest examples of Jade working


Dawenkou Culture - China - 4100 - 2600 BC



























































3000 BC



Sitting Bull - black marble with former inlays

Mesopotamia - 3000 BC

NOTE:  Bulls are signs of the worship of the one true God

Therefore signs of our White Heritage


Pyramids of Egypt - 2560 BC


Ruins of the Palace of Knossus - 2000 BC

Minoa, Greece


Black Pottery Goblet

Longshan Culture - China - 3000-2000 BC

Middle Jomon Period - 3000-2000 BC

Flame formed earthenware vessel












































2000 BC



Luxor Temple - 1400 BC



Silver container to drink from with gold horns

Mycenaean Greece - 1600 BC



Shang Dynasty - China - 1600 - 1046 BC

Bronze ritual wine vessel


Late Jomon Period - 1500-1000 BC

Clay head







































1000 BC



Handheld crossbow - 500 BC




Zhou Dynasty - China - 1045-256 BC

Bronze and silver canteen
































500 BC



Greek Street - 400 BC

Parthenon - 447 BC


Appian Way - 312 BC



Great Wall of China
work began around 500 BC and ended during the Ming Dynasty around 1500 AD


Final Jomon Period - 1000 - 400 BC



















































200 BC



Pont du gard aqueduct - South of France - 19 BC

Roman construction

Roman Colosseum - 70 AD



Terracotta Army of Qin Shi Huang - First Emperor of China - 221 BC

three pits containing over 8000 soldiers, 130 chariots, 520 cavalry horses
































100 AD



Tower of Hercules - Spain - first century AD

Roman Lighthouse


Porta Nigra - 186-200

Trier, Germany


Han Dynasty - China - 206 BC - 220 AD

Stone carved pillar gate at the tomb of Gao Yi - c. 25 AD

Yayoi Period dotaku - 200
































300 AD



Arch of Constantine - 315 AD


Ejmiadzin Cathedral - 301-303 BC


Metz Cathedral - 415




Longmen Cave Grottoe - 316 - 907 AD

One of three famous caves and grottoes containing tens of thousands of statues, tablets, steles and pagodas

Kofun Period - 400 AD

Iron helmet and armor with gilt bronze decoration




















































500 AD




St. Peter-on-the-wall church - 654 AD


Lorsch Abbey - 754


Aachen Cathedral - 805 BC

Palace of Charlemagne
Oldest Cathedral in Northern Europe
Located in Aachen, Germany



Joryu-ji Temple - 607


Nine Pinnacle Pagoda - 742-765











Senegambian stone circles - c. 700 AD

Grave markers on the border of Senegal and Gambia



























1000 AD



Tower of London - 1078


Windsor Castle - 1154






Fugong Temple Wooden Pagoda - 1056


Byodoin Phoenix Temple - 1052



Mapungubwe Hill, 1057-1220
pre-colonial South Africa

Spatial organization in the kingdom of Mapungubwe involved the use of stone walls to demarcate important areas for the first time. There was a stone-walled residence next to the court at the base of Mapungubwe Hill, likely occupied by the principal councilor. Stone and wood were used together.


Great Zimbabwe ruins, former capital of Monomotapa Empire, flourished from 1000 - 1400


1250 AD



Cologne Cathedral - 1248

Germany - took over 600 years to complete

Bodiam Castle - 1385


























The Forbidden City - 1406-1420


Tomb of Sejong the Great - 1450

Yeoju, South Korea

Edo Castle - 1457




















Tomb of Askia
Gao, Mali, late 1400s

Bandiagara Escarpment
Home of the Tellem people who were gone by the late 1400s


Khami - capital of the Torwa Dynasty
1450 - 1650


Developed after Great Zimbabwe died out - but there is obvious Chinese and European influence in the artifacts found.  Is this because they simply traded with these cultures or did these cultures influence their building projects?

















1500 AD



House in Schwerin, Germany - 1698

Hohenschwangau Castle - 1832

Bavaria, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle - 1869

Bavaria, Germany


Putuo Zongchen Temple - 1767 - 1771


Hwaseong Fortress - 1794-1796


Matsumoto Castle - 1600








Royal Palace of Abomey - 1625 - 1892

























Something of Interest




Fasil Ghebbi, Gondar, Ethiopia - c. 1640
Home of Ethiopia's emperors in the 17th and 18th centuries

"Unknown Architect!"

"With its huge towers and looming battlemented walls, it seems like a piece of medieval Europe transposed to Ethiopia"

Obvious outside source since this is not replicated and is not African


Other African

Loropeni ruins, Burkina Faso, French West Africa

Unknown time frame but pre-European

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Standing stones of Tiya, Ethiopia

Unknown time frame, unknown people - is it truly African?

See the swords on the picture below

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Tadrart Acacus Rock Art

Libyan Arab States

Unknown time frame and unknown artist
There are more rock art sites in Malawi

Rock carvings are in Namibia

This Rock Art is from Tanzania


Some would say we should list artifacts of the Aksumite Kingdom in Ethiopia

The question is, was that kingdom influenced by an outside source?

We believe it probably was

You be the judge

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Ashanti Empire - European influence as early as 1400s

which artifacts can be dated before that time?

None that we've been able to determine

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Timbuktu - an ancient place but none of its architecture can be dated before the Moroccan Arab invasion of 1591.  An outside source made it famous

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The Kasubi Tombs in Uganda weren't built until 1881, obviously long after contact with the outside world





Our point?

You can believe in evolution if you want

You can believe that all life started in


You can believe that all races of man then


from the Black race

But the archaeological evidence shows otherwise

How can all races evolve from Africa if Africa never evolved?

Did evolution play a trick on the Africans?

Did evolution go backwards?!!!

Nice joke!

We believe that the archaeological evidence proves

God created the races separate and distinct, then placed each race in separate areas of the world just as the Bible states

"And He Made from one, every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined their appointed times, and the boundaries of their habitation."  Acts 17:26

Your Heritage did not come through evolution


Isn't that wonderful!




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