Skip to comments.First Americans came from Europe NOT Asia?
Posted on 10/18/2013 1:13:08 PM PDT by Renfield
America was first discovered by Stone Age hunters from Europe, according to new archaeological evidence.
Across six locations on the U.S. east coast, several dozen stone tools have been found.
After close analysis it was discovered that they were between 19,000 and 26,000 years old and were a European-style of tool.
The discovery suggests that the owners of the tools arrived 10,000 years before the ancestors of the American Indians set foot in the New World, reported The Independent...
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I’ve been following the articles and documentaries on this for 8-10 years, and it makes me gleeful to think of all the snobs of the Asians-were-first debate who now find that Indians/Native Americans were/are a mixed race after all-at least for the last 10,000 or so years. Cancel the reparations for one and all and open casinos instead-makes a lot more sense and money...
I doubt that racial purity has existed in any big way since some group of Neanderthals and a group of Homo Sapiens had a confab beside a campfire in what is now Spain/France and traded spearheads, pelts and shells for fish hooks, hunting strategies and mates-it is still what people do if left to their own devices ...
This study seem to show that Europeans were here more than 10-12 thousand years ago and perhaps as long as 26 thousand years ago, while the DNA evidence shows no trace of Europeans them. This seems to fit the Saginaw manifold hypothesis as the reason for the megafauna extinction and the vanished European population, followed by re-population from Asia. It probably rained for more than 40 days and 40 nights in the western hemisphere, with North America being pocked with Carolina Bays. Just my SWAG.
The Washington PCAM’s?
The First Americans(European DNA)
Don’t look for this information in American publications - it runs contrary to Political Correctness, and will be suppressed.
I know this stuff is interesting. But does it really matter?
Humans have been roaming around for a long time. As long as there have been men in boats, there have been humans all over the earth.
I know people who have sailed across the ocean in what I would refer to as small craft.
It doesn’t really matter who was here first. We did a pretty good job killing them when we showed up. (And not intentionally, I might add. Who knew they had never had small pox?)
NOVA Nov. 9, 2004 America’s Stone Age Explorers
When they did a DNA test on the Ojibwa Tribe about 25% of it had chromosome X only found in Europe.
Take the Journey Of Mankind, they are the people you see at about the 20-25,000 time frame in the NE US...except, they came across the Atlantic ice, not out of Asia.
Right now is the annual PaleoAmerican Conf.[I wish I was there]
The Tweets coming out right now.
Ie: 'Wllierslev: 24,000-yr-old Siberian Mal'ta person geneticall similar to native amer and west eurasians. No east asian'
So, you think they came from both directions?
There is quite strong evidence that the peculiar, almost elemental, copper deposits of the Michigan Upper Peninsula were the primary source of copper for Bronze during the Bronze Age. Sunken boats have been found in the Mediterranean with these peculiar metals. Indians have stories of tall, light-skinned explorers/extractors who managed mining and distribution of this copper.
Of course, the time of the Bronze Age (3600-1200 BC) does not represent the earlier epoch which this article refers to. However, it is strong evidence of longstanding voyages between Europe and the New World.
America B.C.A fascinating letter I received from a Shoshone Indian who had been traveling in the Basque country of Spain tells of his recognition of Shoshone words over there, including his own name, whose Shoshone meaning proved to match the meaning attached to a similar word by the modern Basques. Unfortunately I mislaid this interesting letter. If the Shoshone scholar who wrote to me should chance to see these words I hope he will forgive me and contact me again. The modern Basque settlers of Idaho may perhaps bring forth a linguist to investigate matters raised in this chapter. [p 173]
by Barry Fell
find it in a nearby library
While it’s possible copper crossed the Atlantic, more is known about the use and (overland, riverine) trade of copper in precolumbian America. In the Mediterranean, the copper of Cyprus shipped as “oxhide” ingots (easier to handle and carry) was mined and traded for a long, long time, and those ingots show up on wrecks and in the ruins of ancient cities.
Romans in Brazil During the Second or Third Century?
Thanks Theoria, looks fun.
Just a bit o’ the ol’ nitpickering, but...
The first Americans came from the colonies.
Hide hulls stretched over a wooden and/or whalebone frame. These ships, while sufficiently sturdy, were lightweight, and could be pulled up onto the shore (or ice floe), and overturned to provide a shelter. These boats persisted into neolithic times, and there are engravings of them in stone, across northern Scandinavia and Karelia.
"German Dziebel October 19, 2013 at 5:39 am · Reply →"
"What happened is that I wrote a post about Malta but then talked to Eske and he seemed to be uncomfortable with having it out there, while hes still under the embargo with Nature. I suggested I take the post down and he said yes, thatd be better. But, well, okay: its mtDNA U and Y-DNA R. No connection with East Asians but midway between West Eurasians and Amerindians."
I'm R1b and my grandmother is U5a.