Cool, I’ve split it from my reply to Biosynth since that’s where it went in that direction more.
My point is the over generalization of "white" and "black" isn't a race. You mentioned Northern Eurpoean, or Asian, but there are amany gentic differences within "white" communities,
I agree, that’s why I said they were the broadest groupings possible.
The lactase persistance thing, which I used as an example, is more of a trait in northern European whites than southern European whites.
There’s an interesting article about ancestral diet and health here.
Here’s a snippet:
“Crete’s version of the Mediterranean diet, for instance—local vegetables, whole grains, little meat, and lots of olive oil (more than 25 litres per person a year)—conferred longevity and famously low rates of heart disease on its population. Northern Europeans placed on the Cretan diet for a study couldn’t seem to metabolize that much olive oil in the same way.”
What goes for diet - major differences when it comes to handling non-toxic fresh foods - I believe finds a resonance in other areas, such as the spirits we’re born with: bear in mind here that I work with Hathor and Dhjuty a lot and am not remotely Egyptian, so I’m not proposing this as a limit - just a starting point.
...and many so-called "blacks" in North America are now genetically closer to North American "whites", then their African black counterparts. We often call them black or white because humans need to constantly label everything so we can understand our environment.
African Americans are more likely to get diabetes than non-Hispanic whites: http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/treatment-and-care/high-risk-populations/treatment-african-americans.html
This seems to apply regardless of how many generations the person can date back (many black families pre-dating white immigrants to the USA), so with respect, I’m not so sure about that?
This labeling of black and white and coloured as a race based soley on skin colour proved to be an abject failure in Appartide South Africa where my ex wife is from...
That was a political tool to maintain minority-rule by whites, and not relevant to whether certain spirits are more closely attached, as in from birth, to people from certain ethnic groups, and again it goes in the direction of trying to deny differences just because some people used it for reasons we don’t approve of, or whatever.
People frequently use information incorrectly to push their own agendas, for example the Nazis portrayed Jews as subhuman and stupid, when in fact there’s some discussion about the uniquely high intelligence of Ashkenazi Jews: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashkenazi_Jewish_intelligence
Whatever the reasons for that, the numbers are quite striking and - interestingly - Jewish people believe that they have a specific blood link to their God that relates to their ethnic identity, as well.