Saturday, November 11, 2017

21 Points Proving Blacks were in Ancient America before Mongoloids ..

21 Points Proving Blacks were in Ancient America before Mongoloids
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1)      The first Americans, the Paleoamericans were Blacks. This reality is based on the skeletal remains of  Naia and Luzia were Negroes or Black


2)      Black Africans according to researchers have been in Brazil since 100,000BC. The evidence that fire existed in Brazil 65kya is an indication that man was at the site 65,000 years ago, since researchers found charcoal, which is the result of fire making. The New York Times, reported that humans were Brazil 100,000 years ago .


If you would see the New York Times video you would noted that Dr.Nieda Guidon supports her dating of human population in Brazil 100,000 years ago to ancient fire and tool making.

3.       The original Maya beginning with the Ocos , as illustrated by their the art, were Black Native Americans;
The Mayans were originally Black Native Americans. The ancestors of the original Maya  were PaleoAmericans.
   
In Belize , around 2500 B.C., we see evidence of agriculture. The iconography of this period depicts Africoids. And at Izapa in 1358 B.C., astronomer-priests invented the first American calendar. In addition numerous sculptures of blacks dating to the 2nd millennium B.C, have been found at La Venta, Chiapas, Teotihuacan and Tlatilco.

  Chiapas Blacks


The earliest culture founded by Blacks in the Pacific coats region was the Mokaya tradition. The Mokaya tradition was situated on the Pacific coast of Mexico in the Soconusco region. Sedentary village life began as early as 2000BC. By 1700-1500 BC we see many African communities in the Mazatan region. This is called the Barra phase or Ocos complex. 



During the Barra phase these Blacks built villages amd made beautiful ceramic vessels often with three legs. They also made a large number of effigy vessels.

The figurines of the Ocos are the most significant evidence for Blacks living in the area during this period. The female figurine from Aquiles Serdan is clearly that of an African woman.

Ocos Female







The Blacks of the Mokaya traditions were not Olmec. The civilization of the Mokaya traditions began 700 years before the Olmec arrived in Mexico.



Cherla 

In most history text the Ocos are presented as the original founders of Mayan civilization. As you can see from the art they do not look like native Americans they look negro like other Africans.

The Mongoloid Mexicans do not look like the Olmecs either


4.       The Black Native Americans lived from Chiapas to Belize, Guatemala and Hondurus; Quatrefages and Rafinesque wrote about these Blacks They are called the The Negrocostachicanos claim that they have never been slaves and are indigenous to Guererro and Oaxaca on the Pacific coast of Mexico. The 1990 Mexican census recorded 66,000 Negrocostachicanos. These Mexicans live in African style huts and practice rituals which may be of African origin (Vaugh,2005a).

Most researchers believe that the Negrocostachicanos are descendants of marrons or runaway slaves (Aguirre Beltran, 1972; Vaugh,2005a). But none of the Blacks of Costa Chica have songs about slavery and its hardships (Baja.com.2005).The Negrocostachicanos say “they are not they insist, the descendants of African slaves. There was never slavery here, even in ancient times” (Baja.com,2005). Bobby Vaugh (2005b) noted that he found “no consciousness of slavery among people in Costa Chica” (p.5). Another researcher, noted that “Housewives in San Jose Estancia Grande and Santiago Tapextla [in Costa Chica] say their ancestors did not come from Africa, that their families have always lived right here” (Baja.com, 2005, p.6).


5. The Olmec came from West Africa. They spoke the Mande language. The traditions of Mexican Indians make it clear that the founders of civilization in Mexico, came from the East, and arrived in Mexico as a result of a shipwreck. This is interesting because Bobby Vaugh (2005b) said that the Negrocostachicanos claim they arrived in Mexico as a result of shipwrecks.

 

The Stela No.5 from Izapa makes it clear that the Olmec arrived in Mexico by boat. The fact that Stela No.5, depicts 12 roots as part of ‘the tree of life’ support the Mexican tradition that the Easterners who brought civilization to Mexico came in 12 waves.

The Mexican traditions that support the spread of the Olmec from the east coast of Mexico to the west coast make it clear that the Olmec lived in Oaxaca and Guererro, in addition to Veracruz. The fact that the Olmec mention coming to America by boat may explain the Negrocostachicano claim that they arrived in America as a result of a shipwreck, and never were Spanish slaves. 

5) The Olmecs spoke a Mande languages.  Using the Vai language I was able to decipher the Olmec language.
 As a result The root of the Mayan language is the Mande languages The Mayan and Mande languages share vocabulary items and culture terms.

6) The Khoisan took MtDNA haplogroups  the mtDNA  L3 (M,N) and y-haplogroup E to Eurasia and the Americas
7) There are no “pure” Mexindians. Lisker noted that between 5-50% of Indian genes are African genes. See: Suarez-Diaz,(2014) Indigenous populations in Mexico. Medical anthropology in the Work of Ruben Lisker in the 1960’s. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 47 (p.117).
This is why many Mexicans look like Africans or Negroes
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8) Mixe, Zenu , Wayuu and other Mexican groups with YAP+ associated A-G transition at DYS271, is of African origin.

9) Indian y-chromosome haplogroups C and D show African admixture at locus DYS271
10) The American haplogroups A and B are part of the haplogroup N macrohaplogroup Ch’ol and Chontal at Campeche carry R-M173, E1b1b, K and T.
11) Africans people carry mtDNA A common to mongoloid Native Americans and  y-chromosome R, so they probably passed on these genes to mongoloid Native Americans 
12) The Spanish explorers mentioned Black Nations and Black tribes in the Americas, they met, even before African slaves were landed in America
   
13) The Spanish said the Aztecs were Negroes.
 
14) Paul Gaffarel (2010) that when Balboa reached America he found "negre veritables" or true Blacks. Balboa noted "...Indian traditions of Mexico and Central America indicate that Negroes were among the first occupants of that territory." This is why so many Mexicans have "African faces".
   
15. Vasco da Gama is said to have found information about the West Indies from Ahmad b. Majid, whom he met along the West Coast of Africa . Bazan, R.A.G. (1967). Latin America the Arabs and Islam,,Muslim World, pp.284-292.
16)Majid wrote a handbook of navigation on the Indian Ocean, Red Sea, the Persian Gulf, Sea of Southern China  and the waters around the West Indian Islands. Bazan, R.A.G. (1967). Latin America the Arabs and Islam,,Muslim World, pp.284-292.

17)  Africans had the boats capable of sailing to the Americas. Abubakari the King of Mali led thousands of Africans to settle America.
18) Black Native Mayan people have left iconography in the sub-pyramids at Tikal, San Bartolo and Xultun murals which depict the creators of these monuments as Negroes or Blacks
The most exciting archaeological fine has to be the Xultun murals. The xultun murals depict not only Black Mayan royalty—but also Mayan commoners and elites.

Below we see some Black atrchitects and engineers that built the Xultun pyramids.





These colorful llustrations are by Dr. by Heather Hurst. The illustrations of Dr. Hurst, of the Xultun figures show that the Black people there dressed in bright colors and wore various scarves and other hats to cover their hair/heads.



Below are the architects and engineers that built Xultun




The Stylized reproduction of Black Mexicans from the Bonampak Murals at Chiapas, Mexico are also colorful.




The colorful outfits of the Latin Americans continue to be worn today.

19) Ancient Mayan Skeletons carried sickle cell.
20. There are no “pure” Mexindians.
 

There is a high frequency of African-Mestizo admixture ranging between 20-40% .
The admixture rate between Africans and indigenous Mexican Indians ranges between 5-50% .



Some Mestizos may hate themselves. Their light and white skins betry their origin as the products of white French, Spanish and German men who exploited their Black and Mongoloid grandmothers to make the Mestizo raza.

Many Mestizos declare viva la raza, when in reality their faces and features tell the story of exploited indigenous Black and mongoloid women who were raped to satisfy the sexual desire of their white fathers, who murdered the husbands and lovers of their poor mistreated and abused indigenous grandmothers. Mestizos like their grandfathers seek to steal the history of Black Native Americans, because they are ashamed that their real history is the history of the criminals and sexual deviants who made their race.

That is why when they say viva la raza, they are celebrating the rape and exploitation of the indigenous Black and mongoloid people. To be proud of Mestizo heritage, while denying the history of the Black indigenous Americans is just them paying homage to the evil history of their grandfathers.

21) The Black Africans took their writings systems with them to America. The first Africans to introduce writing to the Americas were the Olmecs. They took writing into Mexico around 1200 BC.
The first researcher to recognize that the Olmec writing was Mande was Leo Wiener, in Africa and the discovery of America. He recognized that the writing on the Tuxtla statuette was written in Mande characters.





Mojarra Stela
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Tuxtla Statuette

Many of these Blacks continued to use the Vai script to write into Mayan times.
The Vai script was also taken to America by the the Malian explorers led by Abubakari in 1310. They left inscriptions across the United States.








Check out this article on the inscription Abubakari left in South America. See: Sea-Farers from the Levant: Do Ancient Inscriptions Rewrite History of the Americas? - Part 2
During the Atlantic Slave trade African slaves used traditional writing systems to communicate with each other. For example the Djuka , who I believe speak a creole language, with an Akan dialect substratum . The Djuka had their own writing system in Surinam.

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Herskovits also recorded some Djuka text. K. Hau did considerable research on the Djuka script. Research done by K. Hau indicate that the script was in use in Surinam prior to 1910.

1 comment:

Harry Bourne said...

Dr. Winters,
A very useful article. In future you may want to cite the saltires/St. Andrew crosses in boxes that in Saharan rock-art and Amerind material of Olmec origin attach to maritime scenes that you have published elsewhere.
In like vein would be the ships drawn on from African prehistoric art in reconstructions by Michael Bradley (Dawn Voyage 1991) and there is another in a Polish journal. They are admitedly conjectural but no less so than those of Venetic ships that Julius Caesar says his forces sunk at the Battle of Morbihan Bay (55 BCE).
Especially worthy of note is Morbihan Bay (Brittany)is small and relatively shallow but of the 220 seacraft of the Venetic Celts Caesar says went down, to date,the remains of not a single one has ever been found. This is despite very diligent searching. The only way we know of these Celtic/Iron Age ships is the written decriptions by Caesar plus the several efforts at reconstructions by messrs. Little, de Courcy Ireland,Weatherill, etc. Having been reserching into such matters for some 40 odd years, it is very apparent how frequent acceptance or otherwise of these views is down down to opinion not facts that in any case are usually subject to interpretation(s).
This is despite the constant appeals to objectivity that all too often turn often hinge on "informed" speculation but whether "informed" speculation or just merely speculation, it should not be overlooked that both are just guesswork.








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