Sinkiang Andite Culture
I was engaged in research on Abraham when I came across an interesting item:
78:5:2 These Andites inaugurated new advances throughout Eurasia and North Africa. From Mesopotamia through Sinkiang the Andite culture was dominant, and the steady migration toward Europe was continuously offset by new arrivals from Mesopotamia. But it is hardly correct to speak of the Andites as a race in Mesopotamia proper until near the beginning of the terminal migrations of the mixed descendants of Adam. By this time even the races in the second garden had become so blended that they could no longer be considered Adamites.
Note that the Andite culture was dominant from Mesopotamia through Sinkiang.
Curiously, Victor Mair made the discovery of Andite mummified descendents from the Sinkiang (Xinjiang) region of China in 1994. They were taller than the Chinese, looked like western man, were reddish colored, and wore Celtic Tartan clothing. See The Tarim Mummies, J. P. Mallory and Victor H. Mair, Thames and Hudson, London, 2000. (Victor remarks that when he first looked on the male mummy he thought he was looking at his uncle.)
Although the reddish-ruddy color of the family of Abraham is known to some Biblical scholars it is mostly ignored because the origins are unknown.
This same coloration has been preserved in Egyptian wall paintings and in the statue of Rahotep, circa 3,000 BC. (His wife Nofret does not show the coloration.)
As further stated:
78:4:4 These early Andites were not Aryan; they were pre-Aryan. They were not white; they were pre-white. They were neither an Occidental nor an Oriental people. But it is Andite inheritance that gives to the polyglot mixture of the so-called white races that generalized homogeneity which has been called Caucasoid.
This reddish-ruddy color was carried on down through the Ibri-Iberi generations to the time of Moses ---
Even more, remnants of remarks concerning this coloration may be found in the Bible describing King David:
1 Sam 16:12 Now he was ruddy, and had beautiful eyes, and was handsome.
This reddish-ruddy coloration is found as late as 600 BC in Etruria tomb paintings:
Thought you might be interested.