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A daughter of the Clan of Asgard, the common Boreal Forest Biome (also known as the Snow Forest and the Taimyr) origin of both indigenous old world hunter-gatherer Europeans and Native Americans is supported by scientific data demonstrating a central to northern Siberian origin of both populations. According to genetic genealogists, the Yeniseian-Ostyak 'First People' Homo sapien culture was settled in Siberia by at least 45,000 BCE (so, coming in around 50,000 ybp) and spread out east and west to populate Europe and the Americas. The Yeniseian languages (sometimes known as Yeniseic or Yenisei-Ostyak; occasionally spelled with -ss-) are a family of languages that were spoken in the Yenisei River region of central Siberia. The Yenisei River is the largest river system flowing to the Arctic Ocean. A tributary of Yenisei River, namely the Angara River, feeds into the northern end of Lake Baikal (nicknamed "the Pearl of Siberia"), the world's largest freshwater lake by volume. Lake Baikal is in a rift valley (created by the Baikal Rift Zone), the deepest lake in the world, and its age is estimated at 25 million years, making it the most ancient lake in geological history. The Taimyr reindeer herd, a migrating tundra reindeer (Rangifer tarandus sibiricus), the largest reindeer herd in the world, migrated to winter grazing ranges along the Yenisei River. This information fits with my hypothesis of the origin of Homo sapiens in Eurasia.

Asgard also finds its origin in the Yenesei-Ostyak River Basin. Yenesei means "mother river" in Russian. Ostyak is a Russian word, from Ostyak āsyakh, plural of āskho, person from the Ob River, from Ās, the Ob River. Old Norse Asgard is derived from Old Norse āss. We can contemplate then that Ās(s) is part of the "mother (river)" world of divine consciousness known among descendants of Northern Europe as Asgard, from Old Norse Ásgarðr (meaning 'Garden of the Divinities'). The 'Garden of the Divinities' finds its deeper ancestral roots as archaic Homo sapiens in the Yenesei-Ostyak River Basin of the Boreal Forest Biome.