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Inspired by the Kalash - Sacred Familiar
Hidden within the Hindu Kush mountains is a mysterious and ancient tribe of people called the Kalash Kafirs, translated literally as the 'black-dressed infidels of Pakistan'. Some believe they are the legendary direct descendants of the armies of Alexander the great and that they are a living link back to Ancient Greece. Source: Sacred Familiar
The Kalash, the last descendants of Alexander the Great
The Kalash are indigenous people of the Hindu Kush mountain range, residing in the Chitral district of the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan. Some in the academic community have speculated that the Kalash might be from ancient Middle Eastern populations, an indigenous population from South Asia, or members of Alexander the Great's army. Though often overstated, instances of blond hair or light eyes are not uncommon.