When we hear the words “Native Americans”, most people are referring to the people we used to call American Indians. For hundreds of years they were thought to be the first inhabitants of North America. Recent evidence has now PROVEN that Ancient European hunters beat the Asian ancestors of the American Indian to this continent by as much as 10,000 years.
A remarkable series of European-style stone tools have been found on the East Coast in six different sites from Virginia to Maryland dating back an astonishing 26,000 years. These kinds of tools were very common to Europe during this time known as the Solutrean Period.
A chemical analysis of these tools done in 2012 has proven conclusively that some of these tools were made of flint that actually originated in France. During the Great Ice Age, the pack ice reached much lower latitudes than today. Solutrean Hunters must have crossed the ice pack carrying with them tools they had made in Europe.
It must have been an incredible journey that would have taken them months.
Arctic animals would have been common at the edge of the ice so food would have been plentiful. As today’s Inuit or Eskimos are well adapted to Arctic life, so our remote ancestors would have been as well. They would have known how to make small, efficient shelters such as igloos, and how to keep themselves warm in frigid temperatures. The Nordic races have always been well adapted to the cold.
Even so, could they have walked along the ice in a journey that lasted months? Possibly, but they had another way. The Europeans of that time knew how to build small, light boats similar to the Inuit’s kayaks. These boats could be easily hauled out of the water and flipped upside down and used as an overnight shelter, much in the same way the Inuits once did. Knowing this, it is most likely that they walked part of the way, and part of the way they came by kayak.
Professor Dennis Stanford of the Smithsonian Institute and Professor Bruce Bradley of the University of Exeter have made these remarkable finds and studies. Their research has revolutionized archaeology and how Europeans view their place in the Ancient World.
Stanford and Bradley both point out that when the Asians finally did make it to North America, they came by way of the Bering Straits Land Bridge which once connected Siberia and Alaska. Twenty six thousand years ago there were no humans in that part of Siberia. The Asians wouldn’t have made it over to the West Coast of North America until at least 10,000 years AFTER the Europeans made it to the East Coast.
Skeletons containing European DNA have been found in several sites along the East Coast and as far west as Arizona. These skeletons possess European physical characteristics such as classic narrow skulls and long noses. Asians tend to have much rounder heads and shorter noses. Also, DNA evidence shows these skeletons contain Haplogroups. These are blood factors found only in Europeans. DNA studies have proven that American Indians have much more in common with Asians than with Europeans.
Also, as we all know, Asian languages have taken a different approach than European ones. However the languages of Eastern American Indian tribes are not related to the languages of Middle or Western American tribes. The Eastern tribes were very probably linguistically influenced by Ancient Europeans. It seems that wherever our people went we influenced them more than they influenced us. Think of it. Even 12,000 years ago Europeans were showing other races a better way.
One of the biggest questions is: What happened to these Ancient Europeans? By the time Europeans rediscovered the New World there were no signs of the descendants of these Solutrean hunters. The first reason was the time factor. The ice pack was only as low as it was during the Ice Age which lasted about 4,500 years. The Bering Straits Land Bridge was passable for 15,000 years, so by the time the Asians found it they would have had twice as much time to immigrate here than did the Europeans. Evidence shows that some of our ancestors were killed by invading Asians-turned-Indians, and as some Eastern Indian tribes have DNA that contains traces of haplogroups, it is apparent that miscegenation also contributed to their disappearance. Basically our ancestors in North America helped to destroy themselves with race mixing and if we don’t put a stop to it, the same thing will happen again. The proof of the consequences of race mixing is right in the archaeological record, yet no scientist wants to even discuss it.
Not unexpectedly Native Americans have reacted very strongly to these facts. Naturally they reject them outright. You can say all you want that the sky is green and the grass is blue but just because everyone agrees with you doesn’t make it so. In the 17th Century Galileo said the Earth was round and that it moved around the sun. The Italian government and the Catholic Church insisted that the Earth was flat and that the sun moved around the Earth. They even made Galileo recant under threat of being burned at the stake, but it didn’t change the facts. The Earth IS round and it DOES move around the sun.
What I have given you are a lot of facts. Facts are facts. And what the facts say is that Europeans beat the Asians to North America by 10,000 years. It proves that WE are the true Native Americans. It also proves that North America is OURS by birthright. Not the Indians and most especially not the Mestizos. This land is OUR land.