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Posted on 02/29/2012 6:19:40 AM PST by Renfield
...The statement I made that the ethnic groups of all the types at the Upper Cave does not mean they are adjacent on the chart: instead I was drawing attemtion to the fact that skull "B" of the robust series is one such out of the ethnic groups represented at the Upper cave Choukoudian, the (male) Capelinha skull separted out of the bottom row at right represents another group, represented by a (female) Upper Cave skull (The "Melanesian" one) and one of the CroMagnon-mixes is closest to the Upper Cave male skull (The skull C here is just a bit too far along into European Cromagnon morphology to count for that, but other skulls in the area are easily of that same "Eastern-Cromagnon" type) Nor yet is it possible the same assemblage crossed over the Bering straits together and marched down to Brazil unmodified to turn up there in the same asortment: the same assortment does NOT appear in North America at the time. So it looks like we once again have evidence of a multiethnic "Lemurian" power out of Sundaland="Mu" where all of these etnic groups were in regular asociation, and that this Sundaland "Mu" was capable of Transpacific voyages during the Pleistocene, by which they directly colonized South America before the Atlanteans arrived!...
(Excerpt) Read more at frontiers-of-anthropology.blogspot.com ...
There are many good photos/illustrations at the article.
Serrated "sharktoothed" arrowhead or dart point.
The sharktooth-edged swordclubs: at Cahokia, the shaped flint "Sharkteeth" later fulled the purpose but shark's teeth was still also imported to set to the edges of the club-swords. The wooden handles with the embedded teeth have been found intact in "Moundbuilder" burials.
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