Who are the Basques? The Basques are a people who live in a small region (about the size of Rhode Island) that straddles the border of Spain and France from the sea in the west into the Pyrenees in the east. This area is called Euskal Herria (comprising seven provinces, historically: Araba, Bizkaia, Gipuzkoa, and Navarra on the Spanish side; Laburdi, Zuberoa, and Behe-Nafarroa on the French side). Basques speak a language called euskara, but today only about 25% of the population is fluent in that tongue. Even so, the word for a Basque person, euskaldun, means “possessor of the Basque language.” The Basque population is distinguished physically by a high incidence of Rh Negative factor in the blood.
There are strong reasons to believe that the Basques living between France and Spain in and around the Pyrenees mountain range that divides them, were some of the survivors of the thallasocracy (sea empire) of Atlantis, much of which disappeared under the sea around 1500 BC, when the ocean levels were raised 125 M (300 ft) as the ice caps on land melted at the end of the true, only unique, Ice Age. A corroborating fact is that a popular Basque ball game is very similar to a ball game played in Mexico by the Mayans.
The videos below by Robert Sepher are very well done. Although I do not subscribe to his politics, they are very informative and well researched. Please enjoy his videos about the origins of the Basques, the Scots, the Irish (who seem to have a connection with an Egyptian princess) and other ancient bloodlines and civilisations. Definitely very thought provoking. Continue reading The Basques Mystery