ONCE MORE WE BRING BY BOOK REVIEW, A TRACING OF OUR ANCESTORS. Two volumes were found bearing the title ‘Race Life of the Aryan People,’ by Jeannette, in the library of WSU (Wichita State University). These two books are in very good condition, perhaps not been read by many. But they have thus been preserved. Again, as others found in that library there is some marking of interesting passages as though someone understood what they were reading.
We of course, read from an ‘Identity point of view.’ But as you read some of the thoughts of our author, remember what has taken place since he penned these interesting thoughts:-
Every masterful race of this world’s history has its tales told, from father to son. This is a story of the race in spoken language, and side by side is the tale of Race life, not in words, but lived in deeds done. This epic ‘Lived’ is always more wonderful than the epic told. Race life is broader and deeper than the life of any man or of many men. The great men of the Race stand out as Landmarks of a people. But the marvellous tales of how the Aryan people lived, made the deserts bloom, built up Empires, sailed the unknown seas, these are the tales handed down from father to son which become the history of a race of people.