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Religious iconography used to emphasize murmurs of the obscene, wolves who call themselves sheep. ‘Guised in the cultural expressions of harmony, the temple invaded from the east and the west, clearing a pathway for the poisons to flood the chest.
Billy Bowlegs III
(African-American, Native American (Seminole)) [American]
Known as: Seminole Elder & Tribal Historian
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- Black Aboriginal Paleo-Americans
- Paleo-Americans are the aboriginal habitants of the Western Hemisphere before the last American Ice Age started 70,000 years ago.
- Paleo-Americans look similar to Australian Aboriginals, Malaysian Negritos, and/or Andamanese Negritos.
- Paleo-Americans are the elders of American Indians and contributed to the American Indian gene pool.
- Paleo Americans and the prognathic Mound Builder civilization of North, Central, and South America look similar.
- European explorers/emigrants documented that people who looked similar to both Paleo-Americans and the prognathic Mound Builders were seen when they first arrived in the 1500’s.
- Some self-identifying “African-Americans” bear no genetic ties to Africa.
The “Clovis-First” theory is taught in USA schools today as the mainstream theory on how the Western Hemisphere was originally populated by anatomically modern human beings. This theory poses that Monogoloid Asiatics came across the land bridge between Russia and Alaska close to the end of the last Ice Age. According to the center for the study of the First Americans, the newer carbon-dating techniques have redefined the Clovis-First timeline and it now only goes back as far as around 11,000 years ago. For edification concerning the timeline of the American ice age(s), the Wisconsin Glacial Episode is the last time there was a major glacial expanse in North America and it is divided into three time segments. 70,000 YBP, 30,000 YBP, and 21,000 YBP. The Wisconsin Glacial Episode ended approximately 10,000 years ago and, therefore, so there went the end of the last ice age in the Americas. The Clovis-First theory puts forth the idea that glacial ice created a land-bridge which made it possible for Paleo-Americans to cross on foot from northeast Asia into the Americas very close to the end of the last Ice Age, but before the ice land bridge melted completely.
Contrary to this commonly taught theory, “The earliest South Americans tend to be more similar to present Australians, Melanesians and Sub-Saharan Africans. Analysis of Paleo-American remains found in both South and North America verify that the “Americas were first colonized by a generalized Homo Sapiens population which inhabited East Asia in the Late Pleistocone before the definition of the classic Mongoloid morphology” (Neves & Hubbe, Cranial morphology of early Americans from Lagoa, 2005)
For clarity, Neves also mentioned what this ‘generalized’ human from ancient east Asia did not look like. “In none of these analyses the first Americans show any resemblance to either northeast Asians or modern native Americans” (Neves, Lapa Vermelha IB Hominid 1, morphological affinities of the earliest known american, 1999). Neves further pointed out that the aboriginals found in North America resembled what currently could be described as African-Americans, “an unresolved morphological position between modern South Pacific and Europeans.” Researchers from Spain, Mexico and Argentina wrote an article which also acknowledged that Paleo-Americans do not look like modern American Indians.
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