Olmec Head Statues Mexico African Negroid Features Monte Alban Izapa Stelas Oriental Features Ancient World Navigation Ice Age Not Beringea Landbridge Crossing by Nomadic Hunter Gatherers from Siberia

Google “Olmec head statues,” and look at those gigantic monolithic head sculptures, from circa 1500 B.C., of what clearly are black africans, wide nose, thick lips, much like a Nigerian of today, but how could Africans have been in Mexico during the Bronze Age?

According to mainstream scientific dogma, sailing to the Americas by ancient Africans was impossible, so they say that the earliest settlers of the Americas must have been those who crossed the landbridge between Siberia and North America during the Ice Age, and so, then migrated down to Mexico, therefore, according to the mainstreamers’ ridiculous scenario, black africans migrated from Africa across Asia to Siberia to then crossover to the Americas and on down to Mexico.  Go figure.

Obviously, they navigated to the Americas, as did the Lapida people from the Orient, across the Pacific, who also settled from Mexico to the Andes, evidenced with the ancient rock stelas with pictographs of plainly oriental ancients, with other stelas showing caucasian princes as well, all certainly indicating not a Bering landbridge crossing by crude hunter-gatherers, but settlement by the navigation of the seas to the Americas, by so-called differing “races,” but really not differing much at all, having navigated by this method http://iceagecivilizations.com/articles/article02.htm.

The so-called races differentiated within a few generations in ancient times, within the human syngameon, natural selection, according to climate, diet, founding group gene pool composition, and other factors, so read about it in chapter 15 of the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!, to see how this all makes much more sense, explaining the diversity which we see among the thousands of biblical kinds of animals indicated in Genesis.

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, the science of the future, old school man.

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