Patrick C. Chouinard fails to understand the distinction between Caucasoid and Caucasian and assumes they are the same thing. He repeats the false myths of “white” savior gods in Mexico (these were Spanish inventions) and seriously entertains the possibility of an Aryan super-race on the sunken continent of Mu—a continent that geologically speaking can’t have existed. Chouinard incorrectly identifies the Chachapoya as Caucasian, which they were not. They did have a lighter color skin than other Andean peoples, but this was due to mutation and the founder effect, not to Caucasian genes. “Amerindian males cannot grow facial hair,” Chouinard claims, again falsely. Many Native Americans can and do grow facial hair. Here’s one:
...since the first migrants to the Americas were likely few in number, well-known evolutionary mechanisms like the founder effect and other forms of genetic bottlenecking could have easily affected the frequency of haplogroup X. In fact, after examining the mitochondrial DNA code instead of its relative frequency, a 2002 study linked the Native American haplogroup X genetically to that found in Siberia. This clearly tied Native Americans to Asia and not Europe. All other genetic data to date have confirmed the Asian link.