Mexican archaeologists are finding astonishing variety in early humans

The Americas Revealed has published several articles about the evidence of ethnic diversity in the Southeastern United States. Now Mexican archaeologists are saying the same thing about the early occupants of their country. Four ancient skeletons in a Yucatan cave represent four ethnic groups. One of them is European. The oldest skeletons found so far in the Southeastern United States . . . Florida . . . were Eurasians with the combination of genes, typical of the Sami, Forest Finns and Karolians of Nordic Europe. Yet, the oldest skeletons, found in the Amazon River Basin so far, were Australoids. The book on the History of Mankind is obviously not ready for publication!

To read this article, go to: https://cosmosmagazine.com/archaeology/ancient-skulls-from-mexico-surprisingly-diverse

2 Comments

  1. Richard, for one reason or another universities have chosen not to tell us the full truth about who was living here concerning ancient man. For example: the name America came from South America and is a very close match for the ancient name of the coast for France: Amorica. Ancient whites with red hair are still reported in the “Green Hell” of Columbia. It’s possible the Cro-magon people still exist?

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  2. Fascinating article

    On Fri, Jan 31, 2020, 9:17 AM The Americas Revealed wrote:

    > alekmountain posted: ” The Americas Revealed has published several > articles about the evidence of ethnic diversity in the Southeastern United > States. Now Mexican archaeologists are saying the same thing about the > early occupants of their country. Four ancient skeletons in a ” >

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