Wallacea was the gateway to Oceania

I as a Moluccan must stand up for the rights of the ancient Wallacean people.The people of East Timor and the Maluku Islands are the missing link and the key to the whole Asian and Pacific Islander argument but our history is being covered up by the Indonesian governement and the American government.Here are some videos:





  • Now here are some old photos of Indigineous Alifuru people of Ceram island,Nusa Ina:





  • The Moluccan people have got the be the key to the Austronesian theory.

    These are the refugee children of Maluku

  • The islands that Columbus was looking for before he found America were the islands of Timor and Maluku,yet people in America think he was looking for India.Why?Why is my peoples history getting erased and an entire chapter of the Austronesian expansion is to be forgotten?They must have played a pivotal role the Wallaceans.
  • The Maluku islands and Timor is also known as Wallacea,named after the scientist Alfred Wallace.These islands are a biodiversity hotspot,one of the most diverse on this planet and the people and culture are more and more being proven genetically and historically to be the gateway to Oceania and the South Pacific.This map along with the genetic evidence shows that this criminally understudied and misunderstood region of the world is the source of the peopling of the Pacific.East Indonesia was the gateway to the Pacific.Maluku is the last chapter in the sage of the Austronesian expansion and genetics and history proves what my people have known all along.

  • @moluccan please elaborate more.. this is interesting
  • So everyone knows what "Asians" look like and what they stereopically consist of culturally:Buddhism,Confucianism,and Hinduism or all three in Southeast Asia.And of course,Mongoloid physical features and eating and farming rice.Then all these features coincide with Geography and tectonic plates and certain fauna and flora.Also,Sino Tibetan and Austro Asiatic languages along with the Asiatic Austronesian languages.

    First,when I say East Indonesia I will exclude West Papua and Sulawesi,and be talking specifically about Nusa Tengarra(Timor,Sumba,Flores,Sumbawa,etc) and the Maluku Islands.All these inbetween Sulawesi and Papua,south of the Phillipines.Now on more than half of these account,Eastern Indonesia fails at.Eastern Indonesian islands are not only VERY heavily admixed or even mostly Papuan in ancestry like certain Timorese and Moluccans from Seram or Kei or the most isolated and mountainous jungle tribes,but quite a few languages in East Indo are not even Austronesian but belong to or are related to Papuan languages.Up next is the fact that Wallacea has never even been part of the Asian mainland nor Asian tectonic plates,which gives Wallacea extremely unique fauna such as Komodo Dragons,Birds of Paradise species,and Marsupial species.Yes,you heard that right.East Indonesia,such as the island of Seram,the biggest and most isolated Moluccan island,has FUCKING KANGAROO species.The isolated tribesman there such as the Masuane and Nuaulu even hunt eat them.And this comes to another point,religion.Wallacea is the only majority protestant region in Southeast Asia,with a minorit6 of Catholics and Islam.Wallacea never really had any influence at all from East Asian philosophy such as Confucianism and Buddhism,and had even neligible influence from Hinduism unlike West Indonesia.Physical appearance,East Indos and Timorese seldom resemble any East Asian Mongoloids as well.And my last point is East Indos just dont "seem" very stereotypically Asian.In general and from even my own family and anecdotal exp.,Moluccans are very warm,extroverted,religious,family oriented,passionate,musical and creatively inclined,and also temperamental compared to any other East Asians.Just look at the history of the Dutch Moluccans RMS independence movement and protest and terrorism and riot history.And speaking of family,Moluccans have gigantuc families,average family size being 4-8 kids.Lastly,Moluccans and most East Indos DONT use rice as a staple food but instead use sago,taro,cassava,and breadfruit as mainstays witn rice more an afterthought just like the South Pacific.So what is yalls thoughts?Anecdotal experience is welcome.
  • Two half blooded Moluccan's AncestryDNA results,note the interesting phenotypes but od course their Ancestry results itself:


  • @Moliccan/I'm a history fanatic about these things.I will do some more research on this.Very interesting stuff.Much thanks Friend.
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    The majority of Pacific Islanders paternal male haplogroups,originate in Maluku or the birds head region of West Papua.I believe this is where the Lapita were first born,before they went to The Bismark Archipelago.What I mean by this,is that the original Austronesians would have first encountered our Papuan ancestors in MALUKU.As well as the Aboriginals who also resided in the area who are also related to South Indians.That is why many of my people also look like dark Indians or Sri Lankans,especially the Timorese.
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    Here is our traditional Moluccan language,Bahasa Tanah.Most Moluccan Bahasa Tanah and for that matter the national language of East Timor,Tetum,is not Malay and our own branch of the Austronesian languages-the central Austronesian languages.The Central languages of Wallacea (Maluku and Timor) are in lime green on this map of Austronesian languages:


    Which means the islands of Timor and Maluku even have our own native Austronesian languages that sound distinctive onto ourselves.As well as the Moluccan Halmahera island and West Papua having yet another language family as well.Or do they?You be the judge:




  • Two links with interesting articles about the Spice Islands of Maluku and its intricate,pivotal,and complex history with both Melanesia and greater Oceania.



    Its already common knowledge that many of the spices so prized by Europeans during the Middle Ages were only found in a select few Maluku islands,hence the nickname "The Spice Islands".Yup,Maluku is the infamous islands Columbus was searching for but instead found America and the rest is history.What I dont understand is,if Maluku has such a pivotal role in world history,why is it such an overlooked and unknown area?There are artifacts showing that the spices and spice trade from Maluku was connected with ancient Mesopotamia,India,and Egypt as well.
  • Good job thx for postingimage
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    Btw,Ambon the Indonesian island where the president of Micronesia partial blood come from,is in MALUKU!
  • So basically the president of the FSM just had more partial Melanesian blood from his Moluccan heritage,rather than simply "Indonesian" blood.Because Indonesia has more than 250 tribes and ethnic groups,varying from Southeast Asian Austronesians to full West Papuan Melanesians.And of course,us Wallaceans from Timor,Nusa Tengarra,and Maluku who are mixed Austronesian and Melanesian and could be the first ancient forebears of the Lapita people and thus the Micronesians,Polynesians,and Melanesians.Maluku or Wallacea was the first place these Austronesian natives from Taiwan came from,south to the Phillipines,who may or may not have mixed with the Aeta Negritos already there,and finally to Wallacea which must have been the FIRST place they encountered native Papuans,and possibly Aboriginal type Australoids as well.And this is possibly the first place the Lapita came to be born and picked up their Papuan blood.Only research and linguistics,and of course haplogroup testing can tell.


    This Youtube video is one of a many of a series debating that the Hawaiki of the Pacific Islanders was Maluku.The Youtube user is Everlasting Youth.He uses not only haplogroups but ancient legends from multiple Islander sources and Moluccans themselves,as well as linguistics to form this hypothesis-Wallacea being the hearth of the Pacific Islanders.
  • Here is a couple of half blood Moluccans Ancestry results.Note the heavy Melanesian and even Polynesian percentages!

    Half Ashkenazi Jewish (Romanian) and half Moluccan


    Half African American,and half Moluccan

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