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Dude, MacRitchie (and Shore) were FANTACISTS. He believed that faeries, yes FAERIES, inhabited ancient Britain:
Scotland was never ruled by black people, that is patently absurd and has absolutely 0% evidence. "Tall dark stranger" has no racial connotation whatsoever, it was a term used to describe caucasians with dark hair and brown eyes.
Quoting MacRitchie as if you're quoting a legitimate historian or anthropologist illustrates perfectly how bereft of credibility you are.
Our Darker Forefathers. 1 1 1
This book also describes blacks as ruling Europe by Thomas Shore
The consideration of the evidence that people of
brunette complexions were among the Anglo-Saxon
settlers in England leads on to that of people of a still
darker hue, the dark, black, or brown-black settlers.
Probably there must have been some of these among
HE said BLACK DARK BROWN Settlers it said nothing no indication that is talking about these peoples hair color.
Origin of the Anglo-Saxon Race. io6
There is, in addition,
evidence that points to Norwegians of a brunette appear-
ance as another source whence brown-complexioned people
may have come into England.
On the south-east coast of
Norway, and here and there on the coast farther north, a
population is met with which differs from the usual
Norwegian type, and this has been referred by anthro-
pologists to a very ancient settlement there of the pre-
historic brown race that survives in the highlands of
Central Europe, and is known as the brown Alpine race.
HE also said that a BROWN SKIN RACE different from MODERN DAY EUROS lived in Norway called the BROWN ALPINE RACE
THATS not speaking about the hair its talking about the SKIN
Quote n8 Origin of the Anglo-Saxon Race.
we can point in England to the fact that broad skulls are found
in Anglo-Saxon graves, and to the historical fact that
there were brown people in England during the Anglo-
Black peoples skulls are found throughout Europe