There is no DNA evidence to support this theory. The only "evidence" are that from Ivan Van Sertima who asserts Christopher Columbus mentioned there were people who looked like "Atheopians" when he discovered the new world.
Post by obsidian71 on May 28, 2016 18:13:52 GMT -5
I haven't read Sertima's book yet but he's leveraged the work of Alexander von wuthenau in the region as well. There's no DNA evidence that I know of primarily because things like mummification didn't exist so proper preservation of remains is very difficult.
The accumulative evidence as compiled by Van Sertima makes it clear.
Furthermore, there is the suppressed evidence of the burials found by the Smithsonian on one of the Caribbean Islands.
You also have the evidence of the Black kingdom in existence mentioned by natives to Colombus. Colombus' son mentions them in his journals.
You also the Olmec heads and other sculptures and artifacts which make it clear that Africans were in the New World.
To not believe so, is an exercise in willful self deception.
Recent evidence suggests that the Romans may have been here as well.
So u have Vikings, Roman(Mediterranean), West African, Spanish, maybe even Irish and Welsh, and Aboriginal.
Most recent studiess have shown that the first occupants of the Continent were not Mongol types, but an Aboriginal type who likely sailed over from Australia along the coasts of Antartica when the climate was much warmer landing in South America.