Egyptians and Hebrews [Asiatic-Africans] in America before Christ/Columbus 1000-800 B.C. . (The Indigenous Americans)


Did ancient Hebrews reach the shores of the North and South American continents thousands of years before Christopher Columbus?

What evidence is there for Hebrew and Israelite occupation of the Western Hemisphere even a thousand years before Christ?

Was trans-Atlantic commerce and travel fairly routine in the days of king Solomon of Israel? Read here the intriguing, fascinating saga of the TRUE DISCOVERERS OF AMERICA!

A stone in a dry creek bed in New Mexico, discovered by early settlers in the region, is one of the most amazing archaeological discoveries in the Western Hemisphere. It contains engraved on its flank the entire Ten Commandments written in ancient Hebrew script! Hebrew scholars, such as Cyrus Gordon of Brandeis University near Boston, have vouched for its authenticity.

I visited the site of the huge boulder, near Las Lunas, New Mexico, in 1973 and photographed the Hebrew inscriptions. A local newspaper reporter guided me to the mysterious site, located out in the middle of the New Mexico desert. We watched for rattlesnakes, as we hiked in to the spot where the boulder lies, unmoved and in situ for who knows how many mysterious centuries. Who put it there? Who wrote the incredible inscription of the TEN COMMANDMENTS in an ancient Hebrew dialect?

In his new book The Origins and Empire of Ancient Israel, author-historian Steven M. Collins points out that the “Las Lunas Stone” inscription in archaic Hebrew was written in the Hebrew letters of the style of the Moabite Stone, dated to about 1,000 B.C. This would place the writing on the stone to the time of the kingdom of ancient Israel under its most affluent and powerful king, Solomon, who reigned from 1014 B.C. to 974 B.C.

Exactly how old the writing is, however, is not known. George Morehouse, a geologist, studied it and concluded it is between 500 and 2000 years old, based on the weathered patina on the rock. However, the inscriptions have received periodic scrubbings, says Collins, and therefore some of the ancient evidence of weatherization could have been removed in the process. Collins points out that the punctuation in the inscription matches that found in ancient Greek manuscripts of the fourth century.

Dr. Barry Fell states that separation points found in the artifact date to as early as 1200 B.C.

Evidence of Ancient Egyptians:

Literally hundreds of inscribed Phoenician, Celtic and Basque stone grave markers have been found in Susquehanna Valley of Pennsylvania, dated to 800-600 B.C., over 2,000 years before the fateful voyage of Columbus! It must be said, therefore, that Christopher Columbus did not really “discover” America. Rather, he and his intrepid sailors rediscovered the “New World”!

Incredible as it may seem, the presence of ancient Egyptians has been found in the writing system of the Wabanaki/Micmac Indians in Maine, a sub-tribe of the Algonquins. It has even been documented, says Collins, that the ancient Egyptians sailed the Pacific Ocean as far as Polynesia and Hawaii, searching for gold, about 1,000 B.C. – during the very time of Solomon’s Empire in Israel.

One proof of this fact is an inscription in ancient Ogam and Libyan – the language of Egyptian merchantmen – found near the Rio Grande River of Texas. The inscription states than an Egyptian-Libyan king by the name of Shishonq visited North America a number of times. It is translated as, “A crew of Shishonq the king took shelter in this place of concealment.” Says Dr. Barry Fell, several kings of this name ruled Egypt and Libya between 1000 and 800 B.C.

Interestingly, the Bible itself mentions a king of Egypt by the name of “Shishak” (“Shishonq”) who invaded the Kingdom of Judah during the time of Rehoboam, son of Solomon, after the kingdom of Israel separated from allegiance to the throne of David. Shishak was no doubt an ally of Jeroboam, the king of Israel, at that time. He was a mighty king and plundered the Temple and riches of the kingdom of Judah (see I Kings 14:25-26).

Steve Collins declares:

“It is significant that Dr. Fell noted the time period of ‘1000-800 B.C.’ as marking a period of significant Old World exploration of the New World. This time frame exactly parallels Bible records showing international travel and commerce flourished with fleets undetaking multi-year voyages and visiting other continents.

This time frame begins with the reigns of Kings David and Solomon, but continues through much of the history of the northern kingdom of Israel, the dominant partner in the Phoenician alliance until Israel fell circa 721 B.C. The conclusion is inescapable that the record of ancient history verifies the biblical accounts.

The Bible is not a detailed history of all that happened in the ancient world, but it confirms what archaeology and epigraphy have shown about the real state of commerce and travel in the ancient world”

(Collins, page 227, emphasis mine except boldface).

“A date of 800-700 B.C. for this stele confirms that the triple alliance of Israel, Egypt and Phoenicia lasted long after the lifetime of King Solomon. The Bible records that the ten tribes of Israel forsook worshiping the Creator God after Solomon’s death, and adopted the religious customs of Egypt, Tyre and Sidon. Biblical accounts show that Israel and Phoenicia were still very closely allied during the reign of King Ahab of Israel (circa 850 B.C.), and there is no evidence that their alliance suffered a breach until approximately 721 B.C., when Israel ceased to be a nation in the Mideast. . . .

Therefore the Iowa stele showing that these ancient nations were still working together around 800 B.C. in the New World is consistent with biblical accounts” (ibid., p.212).

In addition to these discoveries, another stele exhibiting the ancient Egyptian-Libyan script was unearthed on Long Island, New York. Dr. Barry Fell states that it also probably dates to around the ninth century B.C.

Still another amazing discovery was made in Oklahoma, where another stele was found which contained references to the gods Baal and Ra, with an inscription which was “an extract from the Hymn to the Aton by Pharaoh Akhnaton.” Although the dating of Akhnation is purported to be in the 13th century B.C., new Egyptian dynastic dating methods indicate he was much closer to 800 B.C.

Immanuel Velikovsky points out that Akhnaton was a member of the 18th dynasty in Egypt, which co-existed with the divided kingdoms of Israel and Judah during the 800s B.C. He was a contemporary of king Jehoshaphat in Jerusalem, and reigned from 870-840 B.C. (see Ages in Chaos, p.229). This Oklahoma stele is written in Iberian-Punic, a language descended from Phoenician-Hebrew, and Barry Fell declares that it is “scarcely older than 800 B.C.”

(see Collins, p.212, Fell, America B.C., p.159).

REFERENCES:

They Came Before Columbus – Dr Ivan Van Sertima, YouTube

Amazon.com: They Came Before Columbus: The African Presence .

Bryan Wilhite: Africa and the Pre-Columbian Contacts with America

When the Earth was called Muu Le Muria Washutaw Muurs 2/4 …

Before Columbus or the Egypt Pyramids Washitaw Muurs 1 of 4 …

 

 

Egyptians and Semitic People  in Ancient America

Egyptians and Hebrews in America Before Christ –

Islam and Muslims in America before Columbus

The African Civilizations in  Americas – Before BC

Pre-Columbian Muslims in the Americas

Once Reviled, Black Hebrews Now Fêted – Forward.com

Hispanic Muslims In America Before Coloumbus.  

African Hebrew  Slavery and Land of Israel  American Aliyah … -

Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

RaceandHistory.com -AFRICAN BLACK CIVILIZATIONS OF ANCIENT AMERICA

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22 Responses to “Egyptians and Hebrews [Asiatic-Africans] in America before Christ/Columbus 1000-800 B.C. . (The Indigenous Americans)”

  1. There is certainly a identity theft going on as far as where the black
    race is concerned. The white race is always trying to make us
    less that what we really are. They did it in slavery and the bible, and now they are saying that there is no black people genes found in egypt. We need to read more and not take the hog wash that they have been giving us for over a life time.

  2. I have been studying my ancestry for over 10 years.

    But first i took a DNA admix test via AncestrybyDNA
    (autosomal dna test)
    My ESTIMATED ADMIXTURE
    91% “SUB SAHARAN” 8% EUROPEAN 1% INDIGENOUS AMERICAN 0 % EAST ASIAN

    I finally took the NATIONAL GENOGRAPHIC GENOME TEST... (Haplogroup origin test)

    HVR1: 16092C 16223T 16278T 16294T 16309G 16390A 16519C

    ****I DIDN’T UNDERSTAND **** NOW I DO!

    IN AMERICA, WE MUST PLEASE “STOP” BLAMING “INDIAN IN MY FAMILY” FOR OUR BEAUTIFUL AFRICAN-ASIATIC FEATURES…

    IM BEAUTIFUL, LIGHT COMPLEXIONED WITH VERY THICK LONG NATURAL WAVEY SILKY BLACK HAIR AFRICAN WOMAN.

    • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

      Hello Candee,
      Thanks for your comments and sharing your genetic information..
      May i ask whom, did you test with and what was your designated haplogroup or ethnic groups?

      It would seem that you belong to Haplogroup L2a or L2a1. It is difficult to trace the origin of L2a with any confidence. The deepest part of L2a, represented by clusters α1-α3, is most common in Eastern Africa. However, the diversity and TMRCA are similar in East (61,250 [SE 13,500] years) and West (54,100 [SE 17,087] years) Africa. Haplogroup L2a can be further divided into L2a1, harboring the transition at 16309
      (Salas et al. 2002).

      This sequence is observed in West Africa among the Malinke, Wolof, and others; in North Africa among the Maure/Moor, Hausa, Fulbe, and others; in Central Africa among the Bamileke, Fali, and others; in South Africa among the Khoisan family including the Khwe and Bantu speakers; and in East Africa among the Kikuyu from Kenya. Closely related variants are observed among the Tuareg in North Africa and West Africa and among the East African Dinka, Nubian, Egyptian and Somali People. (Ely et al. 2006; Watson et al. 1997)

      All Ethiopian L2 lineages can be seen as derived from the two subclades L2a1 and L2b. L2a1 is defined by mutations at 12693, 15784 and 16309. Most Ethiopian L2a1 sequences share mutations at nps 16189 and 16309. However, whereas the majority (26 out of 33) “African Americans” share Haplogroup L2a complete sequences could be partitioned into four subclades by substitutions at nps L2a1e-3495, L2a1a-3918, L2a1f-5581, and L2a1i-15229. None of those sequences, were observed in Ethiopian 16309 L2a1 samples. (salas 2002) et al.

      I completely understand your previous frustration with the (Native American) aspect, the truth is african-asiatic people comes in all shade colors, and hair types infact mainly found primarily in ‘‘Eastern, and sub-Saharan,’’ and sub-equatorial African groups, those with the highest frequency of the ‘‘Broad’’ trend physiognomy (Broad range of facial features, complexions and hair types).

      I always tell people of African descent that the (Native American) population is not a homogenous group of people. I have seen the interior of there mtDNA and Y-chromosomes and they include all Races including (African Haplogroups).. So in short ones phenotype can appear to be socalled native american and bear all of the stereo phenotype and actually have an African origin.

      Back to my point about socalled Native American Ancestry and DNA, A sample of 52 individuals who purchased mitochondrial DNA testing to determine their female lineage was assembled after the fact from the customer files of DNA Consultants.

      All claim matrilineal descent from (mtDNA) a Native American woman, usually named as Cherokee.
      The main criterion for inclusion in the study is that test subjects must have obtained results not placing them in the standard Native American haplogroups A, B, C or D. Hence the use of the word “anomalous” in the title of a paper prepared by chief investigator Donald N. Yates, “Anomalous Mitochondrial DNA Lineages in the Cherokee.”

      Thanks again for your kind words and inspiration..

      REFERENCES:

      Haplogroup L2a on Wiki:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_L2_(mtDNA)

      Ethiopian MtDNA: Around the Gate of Tears:

      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1182106/

      Ethiopian mtDNA Haplogroup Chart:

      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1182106/table/TB1/

      The Making of the African mtDNA Landscape:

      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC385086/

      The Anomalous DNA lineages of Cherokee (Native American):

      http://www.dnaconsultants.com/_blog/DNA_Consultants_Blog/post/Anomalous_Mitochondrial_DNA_Lineages_in_the_Cherokee/

  3. Love the site!

    Africa has beautiful women of all shades!
    When I saw pictures of the Ethiopian women of Amhara and Tigray or Afar….
    I wept… Finally, No Tanto nor any Euro Slaveholder cant take ANY Credit for this!
    They are very beautiful people! & they resemble me!

    I was confused as to why my “sub saharan” was 91%, not knowing my True Nationality.
    Im more than THE TERM ‘AFRICAN AMERICAN’! I now say that Im “ETHIO-EGYPTIAN” (Cushite-Kemite) in order to start the dialogue of getting people to claim their genetic ROOTS!

  4. Thanks for your help! However these sequences are bugging me… My 16092c …16519c…16309G….Will you break them down??PLEEEASE! Thanks!

    • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

      Hey Candee,
      This is a breakdown of your haplotype markers and related geographic locations..

      16092C is associated with WestAsia, North Africa and European Populations..

      16309G is definitely Horn of Africa, Eastern Africa and North Africa it is also 28% /WestAsian and has a Migration Northernly down the Blue Nile, from lake tana in Ethiopia, Merging with the White Nile @ Khartoum Nubia which goes through
      Egypt finally, spilling into the Meditteranean Sea and WestAsia.

      16519 were not considered for phylogenetic reconstruction and are therefore excluded from the Tree.
      Many authors (Finnila 2001, Kivisild 2002, Macauley 1999) have explicitly ignored this locus, sometimes sounding mildly vexed when they could construct a network diagram “free of reticulations” only when 16519C was excluded
      (Maca- Meyer 2001).

      Later studies confirmed the ubiquitous appearance of 16519C in additional populations, intruding on multiple branches of phylogenetic trees for African and Asian samples
      (Allard 2004, Allard 2005).

      Hope you find this information advantageous…

      • candeenile Says:

        Why Thanks, You’re Great!!
        It makes more sense now… I thank u..
        Take care! Send any more info when updated..
        I’ll keep checking back!

      • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

        Your Very Welcome,
        Come again, Im glad that i could help…

  5. This is pseudoscience, I’m afraid, and despite your excitable account, there is really no evidence on which to base your assertions. I would never belittle or demean anybody for who they are, but you also shouldn’t invent pseudoscientific ideas to boost your image of the past, I don’t think.

    • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

      Welcome Mr. Al West,

      I beg your pardon? This article above was not written by myself the author’s name is Barry Fell.
      This article and research is also substantiated by Hebrew scholar Cyrus Gordon (Excerpt: A stone in a dry creek bed in New Mexico, discovered by early settlers in the region, is one of the most amazing archaeological discoveries in the Western Hemisphere. It contains engraved on its flank the entire Ten Commandments written in ancient Hebrew script! Hebrew scholars, such as Cyrus Gordon of Brandeis University near Boston, have vouched for its authenticity.)

      Literally hundreds of inscribed Phoenician, Celtic and Basque stone grave markers have been found in Susquehanna Valley of Pennsylvania, dated to 800-600 B.C., over 2,000 years before the fateful voyage of Columbus!

      Incredible as it may seem, the presence of ancient Egyptians has been found in the writing system of the Wabanaki/Micmac Indians in Maine, a sub-tribe of the Algonquins.

      It must be said, therefore, that Christopher Columbus did not really “discover” America. Rather, he and his intrepid sailors rediscovered the “New World”!

      Let me ask what field of research are you involved in? and what expertise do you have on Ancient Hebrew and Egyptian inscriptions.

      Another point of proof of this fact is an inscription in ancient Ogam and Libyan – the language of Egyptian merchantmen – found near the Rio Grande River of Texas. The inscription states than an Egyptian-Libyan king by the name of Shishonk I from the 22nd Dynasty visited North America a number of times. It is translated as, “A crew of Shishonq the king took shelter in this place of concealment.” Says Dr. Barry Fell, several kings of this name ruled Egypt and Libya between 1000 and 800 B.C.

      Interestingly, the Bible itself mentions a king of Egypt by the name of “Shishak” (“Shishonq”) who invaded the Kingdom of Judah during the time of Rehoboam, son of Solomon, after the kingdom of Israel separated from allegiance to the throne of David. Shishak was no doubt an ally of Jeroboam, the king of Israel, at that time. He was a mighty king and plundered the Temple and riches of the kingdom of Judah
      (see I Kings 14:25-26).

      African presence in Mesoamerica rest on attributes of the Olmec culture, the presence of an African plant species in the Americas, and interpretations of certain European and Arabic historical accounts.
      The Olmec culture existed from roughly 1200 BCE to 400 BCE. The idea that the Olmecs are related to Africans was suggested by José Melgar, who discovered the first colossal head at Hueyapan (now Tres Zapotes) in 1862.

      More recently, Ivan van Sertima has argued that these statues depict settlers or explorers from Africa, but his views have been the target of severe scholarly criticism.
      North African sources describe what some consider to be visits to the New World by a Mali fleet in 1311.

      According to these sources, 400 ships from the Mali Empire discovered a land across the ocean to the West after being swept off course by ocean currents. Only one ship returned, and the captain reported the discovery of a western current to Prince Abubakari II; the off-course Mali fleet of 400 ships is said to have conducted both trade and warfare with the peoples of the western lands. It is claimed that Abubakari II abdicated his throne and set off to explore these western lands. In 1324, the Mali king Mansa Musa is said to have told the Arabic historian, Al-Umari that “his predecessors had launched two expeditions from West Africa to discover the limits of the Atlantic Ocean.

      Also please explain to how the Indigenous Carioca people of Brazil Carries the African Y-Haplogroup E1b1a
      As the study concludes, A Carioca Male from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil tested positive for the E1b1a1a1a M58 SNP..

      My Blog was designed from an anthropology perspective. I do not indulge in Pseudoscience, all my articles, claims, and comments are backed by scientific citations and references.

      If you want to have a scientific debate on the subject above, you are more than welcome to list your references and findings against mine. I can unequivocally prove through DNA, Linguistics, Archeology, and Culture and History that Egyptians, Nubians, Hebrews, Moors and Olmecs discovered Northern, Central and South America before Columbus.

      REFERENCES:

      Barry Fell on Precolumbia America

      http://www.amazon.com/Barry-Fell/e/B001ITTS5A

      Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contact

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Columbian_trans-oceanic_contact

      Radiocarbon and DNa Evidence on Precolumbus America

      http://www.pnas.org/content/104/25/10335.full

      Sumerian Inscriptions in America pre-Columbus

      http://epigraphy.org/volume_13.htm

      Niger-Congo speaking populations and the formation of the Brazilian gene pool: mtDNA and Y-chromosome data

      http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajpa.20604/abstract;jsessionid=99F49F6655984EA1AFCD6C002E513040.d01t03

      • Ogam script, eh? Interesting – that’s the first Irish script. Could it be perhaps that the (white) people of the southwestern United States want to find evidence of things that relate to them instead of doing genuine archaeology? The fact that Ogam, a script of one of the largest white ethnic groups in America, and Old Hebrew, a script relating to one of the most important religious works of the dominant ethnic groups in America, have been found in dubious circumstances in America makes me frankly suspicious.

        There have been many claims of this sort over the years, and all of them are either bad hoaxes or hoaxes so good they fool people for a few years before being revealed. But they all come out as hoaxes eventually. There’s a claim of a Phoenician copper cup from Jamaica without provenance; it’s clearly a fake, but it has drawn people in. “Evidence” like this draws in people who already want to believe.

        It’s possible to back up claims with citations and references, but for those references themselves and the data on which they are founded to be, well, bullshit, and not science at all. Moreover, in science we never say that we “can unequivocally prove” anything, let alone something that is the direct opposite of the academic consensus on the matter.

        And finally, to say that Africans brought civilization to the Americas is demeaning to the native peoples of America, who had their own civilizations before Leif Ericson or Columbus or any proposed bronze age migration.

      • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

        You have not disproved any of the data that i have displayed thus far, and just the same where are your references??

        How is this demeaning? I am a Nubian-Egyptian American, I also have Indigenous American Ancestry that can be proven genetically. My family ancestry is also indigenous to the Americas.

        Where are you from and your ethnic background? and what is your expertise on Ancient Hebrew, Ancient Egyptian Inscription and Indigenous Americans?

        I encourage healthy debates and even theories, but post please your references, so that we can keep the discussion intellectual with less of your rhetorical (Bull$#@t) Mr.West.

      • What is it that you would like me to reference? You already know, I hope, that Ogam is an Irish script, and that Old Hebrew is pre-Assyrian script of the kingdoms of Judah and Israel – the Jewish kingdoms. I am suspicious of the claims that these scripts have been found on this basis.

        And my background is irrelevant to anything; the fact that you think it is shows only your indulgence in the genetic fallacy. Where a person comes from is irrelevant to their truth claims, frankly.

        My expertise comes from a graduate degree from Oxford University in anthropology. I do not have academic expertise in Egyptian inscriptions, but I do have expertise in Indonesian epigraphy, which is different but related. I know what to look for in verifying inscriptions. The null hypothesis regarding erfectly carved Old Hebrew characters in a rock spelling out the Ten Commandments (when in fact there are more than ten in the relevant parts of Exodus; it would be interesting to compare the “discovered” Old Hebrew version with American Protestant lists of the commandments to see how they match up…) is that such a thing is a hoax. The academic community rejects your pseudoscience – not on ethnocentric grounds, or simple authoritarianism, but because the claims do not stand up to the rigorous standards of the academy.

        My tutor at Oxford was an Americanist, and published several distinguished books on native American peoples.

        You surround yourself with the paraphernalia of science (like citing documents and talking about haplogroups), but your aim, frankly, isn’t very scientific.

      • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

        Welcome back Mr. West,

        Thank you for clearing the matter on you admitting that you do Not have Academic Expertise in Egyptian inscriptions.

        As far as the matter on Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions this is actually quoted by Dr. Cyrus H. Gordon.
        Gordon took his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania, and also took courses at both nearby Gratz College and Dropsie College. These three institutions had specialized programs in the Bible, classics, and ancient Near East. At these universities, Gordon studied both Old Persian and Sanskrit.

        He came to New York University (NYU) in 1973, and served as director of the Center for Ebla Research, spearheading work on that ancient Syrian city. During his career, he taught classes and seminars and published work in a wide range of fields.

        These include: field archaeology, glyphic art, cuneiform law, the Amarna letters, the Bible, Hebrew language, Ugaritic, Aramaic magic bowls, Nuzi tablets, Minoan Linear A, Homer, Egyptology, Coptic, Hittite, Hurrian, Sumerian, and Classical Arabic. He retired from NYU in 1989.

        All of my DNA Citations are generated from all peer reviewed international scientific communities.

        Mr. West you have done of lot of talking, but you have not disproved a single fact. By the way, you mentioning the ancient Ogam script. Yes which is Irish, does not change the fact that the Egyptian- Libyan language of Egyptian merchantmen was found near the Rio Grande River of Texas.

        And the inscription states than an Egyptian-Libyan king by the name of Shishonk I from the 22nd Dynasty visited North America a number of times. It is translated as, “A crew of Shishonq the king took shelter in this place of concealment.

        ” Says Dr. Barry Fell, several kings of this name ruled Egypt and Libya between 1000 and 800 B.C.

        Dr.Cyrus H. Gordon, Dr.Ivan Van Sertima, Dr.Runoko Rashidi, Cheikh Anta Diop, Dr.Ben, Anthony Browder and plenty others listed in the articles on my blog, are more than qualified to lend their expertise on this subject matter, unfortunately Mr. West you are not.

        Let me be frank, Mr. West my aim was not to be scientific, My aim was to bring a colloquial understanding to the diversity and complex make up of African-Asiatic people. Due to the fact that Africa is the birthplace of all mankind and civilization, with highest genetic diversity in the World.

  6. candeenile Says:

    Keep up the good work Billy! Many are ignorant to their personal ethnic knowledge, making a response outside of their ancestry, will make them more of a hindrance.
    Take care!

    • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

      Thanks Candee my thoughts exactly, I gave Mr. West a chance to present his evidence, and he claimed genetic fallacy, yet he is still not satisfied..

      • I’m not satisfied because you deeted my posts without addressing them. Who would be satisfies with that? Let’s be honest: you’re , unwilling to see your precious pseudoscience fell.

      • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

        You are a sophist, and a opportunist and I did not delete your post. I don’t deal or debate with rhetoric, I only deal with the facts Mr. West.

      • candeenile Says:

        Have a great week!!

      • Biléh* Gambéla በላይ ። ጋምበላ Says:

        Like Wise! Thanks Candee!!

  7. “the presence of ancient Egyptians has been found in the writing system of the Wabanaki/Micmac Indians in Maine…”

    The Micmac are Ainu who originated in the Nile. The came into northern Canada via Finland, Greenland and Labrador. They also went to Japan.

    See these articles for more information:

    http://jandyongenesis.blogspot.com/2012/05/nile-japan-ainu-connection.html

    http://jandyongenesis.blogspot.com/2012/01/kindling-of-ancient-memory.html

    Best wishes to you!

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