Last year around this time I've posted a little update in regards to what is going on with the blog at the moment and I thought now would be a good time to repeat this. As you may have noticed there hasn't been a whole lot of new content added to the website in recent … Continue reading 2021 Update
Much of the content on this website revolves around the Proto-Indo-Europeans and their descendant peoples, the Indo-Europeans. A couple of months ago I made it a priority to write a few introductionary articles on the Proto-Indo-Europeans themselves, their mythology and their languages, to make the topic more accessible and understandable to a wider audience. Now, … Continue reading Update on ‘The Indo-European Languages’
After some consideration I will start publishing posts in my native language and the language of my studies. When I started this blog it was aimed at an international audience and it definitely still is, but I have recently noticed an increase in activity from German-speaking countries and came to the conclusion that some of … Continue reading European Origins in German
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As promised in last weeks article, I've been updating a few of my older posts, such as this one: Apart from this I've added a table of contents with links to the different sub-chapters to articles over 5 minutes reading time for easier access and navigation. I've also started work on a new, more in … Continue reading Update on the Ancient Italic Peoples
This is just a little update on the blog and what's been happening with it over the last few weeks. After running European Origins for almost a year and having had a blog prior to this I decided to dedicate to this website, more so than I have done in the past. I purchased the … Continue reading Thank You!
As it has been a while since I announced the article about Subsistence Work in Hunter-Gatherer societies I thought that it's time for a general update. Unfortunately this project wasn't approved by my University and thus it had to be postponed indefinitely. I am still planning on writing and publishing at least a short article … Continue reading Update: Subsistence Work of Hunter-Gatherers and New Project
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The issue of consciousness and how to define it has been the topic of much debate over millennia and many different points of view from the fields of science, philosophy, spiritualism and religion have been proposed through the ages. Nowadays it is safe to say that more people than ever believe in materialism, that is … Continue reading The Biggest Scientific Study on “Consciousness after clinical death” yet
Table of Contents: Baltic AdmixtureTuscan AdmixtureGermanic Admixture In this article, I'm going to review Living DNA's ancestry test with the main focus on the accuracy of the assigned ancestral populations and how these populations are defined. As I only have access to my own results this analysis will have to be limited to the ancestral … Continue reading Living DNA Ancestry Test Review
Whilst I am still working on translating the last part of my previous essay on the origin of the Elder Futhark I wanted to announce my next project. Within the next two to three months I will publish at least one essay one the influence of sharing on subsidence work in hunter-gatherer societies. So far … Continue reading Preview: The Influence of Sharing on Subsistence Work in Hunter-Gatherer Societies
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Just a quick update in regards to the promised post about the origin of the Elder Futhark. Work on this project has finished last month and I'm currently waiting for the permission to publish it here. The essay will most likely be posted in three chunks due to the amount of content. In the meantime … Continue reading 2020 Update
This blog is going to take a closer look at the aspects of European History regarding the question where we came from, a subject which I have been interested in for a long time. The reader is advised to keep in mind that there's not going to be any groundbreaking scientific discoveries about the human … Continue reading Introduction