Arctic fox astounds scientists by trekking 2,176 miles in 76 days — from Norway to Canada
So if a canine animal, weighing 30 pounds, can cross from Norway to Canada, why couldn’t humans, traveling on dog sleds?
Scientific discoveries and my own discoveries about the early human occupation of the Lower Southeast in the past year have convinced me that the “Peopling of the Americas” was far more complex that currently stated in the official version. The current official version is that “all the ancestors of indigenous Americans were of the same genetic background and traveled across Siberia from the northern Ural Mountains of Russia across 3000+ miles of Siberia to the Bering Strait . . . crossed the Bering Straight in the relatively short period when there was an ice free land bridge . . . became trapped in southern Alaska for about 10,000 years until the North American ice cap melted enough to open a passageway across central Canada . . . then in a matter of a few hundred years reached the southern tip of South America.”
The statements made on this subject in such references as Wikipedia strongly conflict with other sources . . . even within Wikipedia. I strongly suspect that many ancestors of indigenous Americans crossed directly from northwestern Siberia, northeastern Russia and Scandinavia. Here are some facts to consider:
- Russian geologists, prospecting for oil and minerals, have recently discovered that there was a vast “island” of ice free land in northeastern Russia and northwestern Siberia throughout the last ice age. It was teeming with large mammals and humans. Climatologists still can’t figure out why this area was warmer than regions to the south . . . unless it has to do with the shifting of the Earth’s axis and poles.
- Russian archaeologists have recently discovered that the people of northeast Russian and northwestern Siberia were using dog sleds at least as early as 10,000 BC.
- There has been no attempt by anthropologists to create DNA test markers for the indigenous peoples of the Southeastern United States, except the Windover Pond People, even though their museum warehouses still hold over 20,000 of our ancestors’ skeletons. The Cherokees are NOT indigenous to the Southeast, but labs were also not able to create a DNA test marker for them, because the Pre-Columbian skeletons in Western North Carolina showed no kinship to modern Cherokees . . . as if that should have been a surprise to anyone.
- The Windover Pond People of the Atlantic Coast of Florida (6000 BC) were found to be closely related to the Sami and Forest Finns of northern Scandinavia.
- The oldest known occupants of the Amazon River Basin were found to be Australoids . . . relatives of the Australian Aborigines.
- The indigenous peoples of Tierra del Fuego also were of Australoid ancestry.
- The oldest known occupants of Mexico were Proto-Polynesians. Baja California was occupied by Polynesians, until they were killed off in the 1700s by European diseases and Spanish slave raiders.
- The Paracus (Paracas in Spanish) People of Peru and central Mexico were found to be from the region immediately north of the Black Sea in Southeast Europe!
- The Panoan (Peru), Uchee, Apalache-Creek and Itsate-Creek languages contain several basic words, which are pronounced the same and mean the same as Pre-Germanic words in Scandinavia.
- The Algonquian, Cherokee, Shawnee and Muskogee-Creek languages contain several basic words, which are pronounced the same and mean the same as their counterparts in Irish/Scottish Gaelic.
- Most of the petroglyphs in Northern Georgia are identical to those Bronze Age petroglyphs in either western Ireland or southern Scandinavia . . . depending on the river valley in Georgia. The oldest known appearances of several basic Maya glyphs are in the Georgia Mountains, but these glyphs are themselves identical to those at Nyköping, Sweden . . . which have been dated to 2000 BC.
- The Maya Migration Legend states that their ancestors once lived in a land of eternal ice, where they were constantly in danger from giant men. Their ancestors began traveling south along the Atlantic Coast of North America, crossed two “great waters” and then settled in southern Mexico. It is intriguing that the Scandinavians also have a tradition of there being a race of giants living in the northern part of Scandinavia, until they were driven off by the Sami.
- I certainly don’t have “all the answers,” but it is also very clear to me, that neither does anyone else! Please note, I do even know, who owns this website now and am not responsible for the multiple, extremely irritating ads. The People of One Fire’s original agreement with the website host was that there would be one ad to pay “rent” on the use of his services.
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