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Adventurer and author David Hatcher Childress has really blown the lid off the secret that blacks from the old world, from across the Atlantic and Pacific, navigated to southern Mexico with grea precision and purpose in bronze age times, to help establish the kingdom of the Olmecs, in his most recent book, The Mystery of the Olmecs.  For instance, he cites that thousands of clay bricks of an ancient building at Comacalco, at the mouth of the Usumacinta River, were discovered to have many language scripts written in them, from Asia and Africa, the bricks and building dated to the time of Christ, unthinkable to mainstream archaeologists, yet the gigantic olmec head statues reveal clearly african features, looking much like faces from today’s Nigeria, often mixed with oriental features, and artwork and statues of the Olmecs depict clearly chinese looking people, so it’s obvious (except to mainstream archaeologists) that global navigation was ongoing then, and probably to a greater degree even before that, when the first settlers in the Americas arrived circa 2000 B.C.

The Mystery of the Olmecs is chock-full of great photos of Olmec artefacts from the National Museum in Mexico City, replete with ancient oriental and negro looking people depicted, or a combination, as some of the script etched into the artefacts look alot like the ancient chinese scripts, according preeminent chinese experts, and much of the ancient Olmec language shows great affinitiy to the ancient african Manding languages, both of kushitic stock, from Africa, and from China too apparently, as Kush is the namesake of the Hindu Kush mountains and Kashmere, the gateway to China from the Middle East, as the tribes dispersed after the Tower of Babel near Ur in Mesopotamia, with many of the dispersents having set off by sea, navigating by the earth’s 72 year per degree wobble rate, explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, the numbers of the ancient chinese Hung League, as well as, the olmec originated mayan system of time, with tuns, baktuns, and katuns, of base six astronomical mapping, as described in the link.

The Hopi Indians of southern Nevada, on the Colorado River near the Pacific Ocean, say that their ancestors sailed there from across the ocean in reed vessels, probably much like the reed bundled boat sailed by Thor Heyerdahl back in the 70’s, and not coincidentally are large ancient jade mines in southern Nevada, a quick sail up the Colorado from the sea, so with the ancient oriental fascination with jade, also exhibited in the artwork of the Olmecs, we see another connection to this bronze age global navigation, which actually was around the time of the end of the Ice Age, circa 1500 B.C., as fully elaborated under category Catastrophic Climate Change.

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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