Sunday, January 13, 2008

First Americans - Out of Europe

It is my intention that these videos promote the frank and open discussion of the ancient history of the Americas. Identity politics has no place here. I simply wish to connect the dots of research findings which now tells a very different story than we were taught as children.

You will see that the citations offered in this video series come from many mainstream universities, as well as the Smithsonian Institution. Virtually every idea is sourced, as you can see in about 9 minutes in the Summary chapter.

The peopling of the Americas appears to be much more complex than we initially thought - and more interesting.

"First Americans - Out of Europe" does not mean to imply that this is the last word on the "first Americans" but that of the very early migrants to the Americas, Europeans were part of this group. The earliest evidence actually now points in the direction of Europe. These people have a right to have their story told.

Summary and Conclusion

23. Summary - First Americans - Out of Europe from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

22. Ancient White Migrations & Civilizations Around The World

Ancient Peru and South America – COMING SOON

New Zealand, Australia, Canary Islands, and Easter Island - COMING SOON
New Zealand, Easter Island, the Canary Islands all have remains which suggest evidence of whites in these areas into ancient times, and possibly before the arrival of the so-called indigenous peoples. Australia also had other genetically unrelated modern humans who lived in Australia before the so-called indigenous Aboriginal Australians. Many of these places have laws which allow unrelated so-called “indigenous” peoples to bury unrelated remains, thereby covering up evidence which disproves that they were “first” or indigenous. Fortunately, enough information already exists to allow intellectually curious people to “connect the dots” of prior migrations. See here.

China – Tocharian People - Now Showing
White peoples settled the Western China area at least 1000 years before the presence of the ethnic “Chinese.” These people were called the Tocharians and appear to have been integral in building the silk roads; an achievement once thought “Chinese.” Their remains in the form of 3500 year old white mummies with European DNA started turning up in the late 1970's, rewriting "settled" history. See here.

Ancient Egypt - COMING SOON
Early Egypt appears to have had a large number of white people as part of it's civilization. When you consider where it lies geographically, it is not particularly surprising. It sits on the North end of Africa, just across the Mediterranean sea from southern Europe, and close to the Near East. All of these areas were predominantly Caucasoid in ancient times, and some are largely so today. This chapter ends with actual photos of the many mummies (pharaohs, priests and other royals) who were unwrapped in the late 1800s upon their discovery. Most of these mummies were well preserved and are clearly white/Caucasian people. Many have straight reddish, black or even blond hair.
See here.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

21.Other sites in North America

There are many other sites in the Americas showing pre-Indian peoples in the Americas. They are listed, but there are really too many to included in this video. They were listed in this segment however.

21. Other Sites in North America from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

20.Transatlantic journey – Experts say possible

"There's nothing that would have prevented...people from crossing the Atlantic into the Americas 19,000 years ago. It would be a perfectly normal situation from my perspective."

Ronald Brower
Inupiat Heritage Center

Source: America’s First Immigrants
Evan Hadingham
November 2004, vol. 35, Issue 8

20. The Journey - Experts Say Possible/Routine from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

19. Ancient European migration is not a new idea

The idea that Caucasian or European peoples could have migrated to and inhabited the Americas in ancient times is really not a new idea. As far back as the late 1700’s it was speculated upon. Since then people have noted physical similarity between some Indian tribes and Europeans, similarities between spearpoints, tool kits, and other artifacts. In many ways this is an open secret in the archaeological community, but has been suppressed in the general public, as mass media has been controlled by so few people with a clear anti-European /anti-white bias.

19. Stone Age Euros in Americas - Not A New Idea from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

18. Indian Folk Tales

Indian tribes from North America, Central America and South America have legends of white skinned or light skinned peoples living in the Americas in ancient times, and sometimes before the Indians themselves. For example, the Paiute of Nevada have a legend of “exterminating” a light skinned red haired tribe who spoke a different language than themselves. In this area, red haired, Caucasoid mummies have been found in caves. These remains have been determined Caucasoid by archaeologists and are over 9000 years old. The Aztec god Quetzalcoatl was considered to have a beard, light hair and white skin. Their legends stated that he came from across the oceans and taught the Aztecs how to farm and build. In South America, the white skinned tribe known as the Chachacoyas lived in Peru for thousands of years before being conquered and destroyed by the Inca in the late 1400’s, approximately 10 years before the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors. It should be noted that Red headed mummified remains exist in the Paracas region of Peru, and these remains have (HLA - Human Lymphocyte Antigens) markers commonly associated with Europeans.

18. Indian Folk Tales from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

17. Linguistic Findings

Language links or similarities for many words exist between ancient Europeans and ancient Stone Age Americans. These links appear to point to the Basque people of the France/ Spain region of Europe, and the North Eastern part of North America. This overlaps almost perfectly with multiple lines of genetic evidence (Haplogroup-X and Human Lymphocyte Antigens) which also shows ancient links between Europe and the Northeastern USA.

Words from ancient times which are similar for both peoples include, elbow, foot, head, breast, shoulder, guts, lake, river, louse, birch bark, river, ocean, boat, snow (falling), snow (on ground). Links between these ancient languages suggests an obvious prior European migration.

17. Linguistic Findings from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

16.Dog DNA - Domestication of Dogs

European/Near Eastern dog DNA was in the Americas approximately 9000 years ago . These are areas where Caucasoid peoples have inhabited and still largely currently inhabit.

16. Dog DNA - 9000 Year Old Links from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

15. Tool Kit Similarities

Not only are the stone age European and stone age American spearpoints very similar, but so are the tool kits of these stone age peoples.

15. Tool Kit Similarities from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

14.Stone Age American and Euroepan spear points were constructed the same way.

Not only do Stone Age European and Stone Age American Spearpoints look remarkably similar, but they also look completely different from Stone Age Asian Spearpoints. Even more, Stone Age European and American spearpoints were also constructed in the same manner. The method of construction and byproducts are the same in both American Clovis sites and Solutrean Sites (i.e., Stone Age American and Stone Age European).

14. Stone Age American & European Spearpoints - Same Construction from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

13.Technological progression of spear-points shows Europe to America migration.

The Spear point found in Cactus Hill Virginia, as well as other points show a technological progression starting with that designed by Stone Age Europeans moving east to west into Stone Age America and resulting in thousands of points being found across the Americas. These became known as Clovis. No such a progression or trend exists from early Asian spear points. This Chapter ends with new images from 2007 Smithsonian Institution presentation with more convincing supportive evidence.

13. Technological Spearpoint Progression from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 12 - Spearpoint Distribution - Supports European First Model

Spear-point distributions across North America suggest a migration which started on the East coast of the USA, and not over the Bering Strait. Asian Indian migrations over the Bering strait occurred later. Supports Stone Age European First theory (aka Solutrean or Out of Europe Theory), and dis-confirms “Indians First over Bering Strait” theory.

12. Spearpoint Distribution - N. America from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 11 - Red ochre on buried spearpoint caches in both Europe and America 10,000 to 20,000 years ago.

Both stone age Europeans and stone age Americans engaged in the cultural practice of making over-sized decorative spear-points, presumably for a religious or ceremonial use. Both groups also put them into holes, covered them in red ochre and buried them.
Some of those have been unearthed by archaeologists in both Europe and America, and are dated to be between 10,000 years old in North America and 20,000 years old in Europe.

11. Red Ochre & Decorative Caches from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 10 - Migratory Route - East to West Direction in North America

Archaeologists tracing the earliest to later sites in the Americas find that they tend to be older in south America and on the East coast of the USA. This trend is exactly opposite one would predict if the Indians were first over the Bering Strait.

10. Migratory Route - East to West from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 9 - Spirit Cave Mummy & Lovelock Cave Mummy

Lovelock and Spirit cave mummies. Over 9,000 years old, and Caucasoid. Located in same area where ancient Paiute Indian legends say the Paiutes “exterminated” a light skinned, red haired tribe who spoke a different language in ancient times. A complete news interview with a California News station (KCRA-3) from the mid-90’s is included. This interview mentions the fact that these people were “here thousands and thousands of years before the Indians” and the archaeologist interviewed says “these are Caucasoid traits.”

9. Nevada - Spirit Cave and Lovelock Mummies from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 8 - The Oldest Skulls Ever Found In Americas Are Caucasiod

The oldest skulls ever found in the Americas tend to be long and thin and Caucasoid in shape, whereas the skulls of later arriving people tend to be short and broad like the generally Mongoloid shaped skulls of the Indians.

8. The Oldest Skulls In Americas Are Caucasiod from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 7 - Racial Differences in Skull Shapes

First part of this chapter involves a primer on skull shapes and features of the different racial groups, Caucasoid, Mongoloid and Negroid. The second part is a review of the actual pictures of the earliest skulls unearthed in the Americas, which are generally Caucasoid in appearance. See for yourself.

7. Racial Differences In Skull Shapes from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 6 - Kennewick Man

It will often surprise the uninitiated, that Kennewick man’s remains are only one of about 15-20 other ancient Caucasoid finds in the Americas, nearly all dating older than the oldest “Indian” remains. This chapter includes quotes of anthropologist Dr. James Chatters referring to Kennewick man as Caucasoid and European. Other quotes form anthropologist Dr. Catherine Macmillan referring to Kennewick man as a “white guy.” Just look at the comparison of the actual Kennewick man skull with that of the typical Caucasoid and Mongoloid skulls. Whites, and Europeans are “Caucasoid” in skull shape whereas Indians are generally Mongoloid in skull shape and Asian in origin. Who does Kennewick man most resemble? Use your own eyes.

6. Kennewick Man from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 5 - Idaho - Buhl Cave Woman/Govt. Burys Archaeological Finds

This starts out with the story of Buhl Cave Woman from Idaho. Remains are over 10,000 years old, and non-Indian. However Indians were granted possession of her under NAGPRA and “reburied” her. She is lost forever, highlighting the destructive stupidity and evil of political correctness.

5. Idaho - Buhl Cave Woman & NAGPRA from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 4 - Genetic Findings - Halogroup X DNA and HLA Markers

In 1998 Dr. Michael Brown and colleagues found European/Caucasoid mitochondrial DNA markers in Indian tribes, mainly concentrated in the Great Lakes region of North America. Mitochondrial DNA allows researchers to determine dates that the groups mixed with each other. What they found was that European/Caucasoid DNA made it to the Americas between 12,000 and 36,000 years ago.

Additionally, researchers investigating Human Lymphocyte Antigen (HLA’s) have found these markers in Peruvian Paracas Mummies, and American Indians in Northeastern America. These markers are now understrood to have arrived in the Americas "in antiquity." See here for HLA literature review.

4. Genetic Findings - Halogroup X DNA and HLA Markers from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 3 - Penon Woman III - Oldest Remains - Caucasoid in Mexico

The oldest human remains yet discovered in the Americas. Head shape suggests she was Caucasoid and at least 13,000 years old. She was a 26 year old woman who lived in the area that is now Mexico City, Mexico. This has significant implications for the ongoing illegal immigration controversy into the USA from Mexico, as well as redefining just who are “indigenous peoples” and who was “first” into the Americas.

3. Penon Woman III - 13,000 yr. old Caucasoid in Mexico from Trevor T. on Vimeo.

Chapter 2 - New Mexico & Arizona Clovis Points

Clovis Spearpoints were found all over the Americas in the early 1900s, mainly in the Southwestern USA. This initially led to the theory that the “Clovis people” were first into the Americas, were the ancestors of American Indians who migrated from Asia over the Bering Strait, and settled the unpopulated and empty Americas over 10,000 years ago.


The Clovis points actually appear to be slightly modified European “Solutrean” Spearpoint, and are radically different from designs favored by stone age Asians in Siberia and where the Indians migrated form before crossing the Bering Strait.

It appears that Solutreans (Stone Age Europeans) may have been first to the Americas well over 13,000 years ago, and were numerically overwhelmed by the Asiatic Indians who then adopted the technology as their own.

2. History - Stone Age American Spearpoints from Geoff Xtra on Vimeo.

1. Introduction: Out of Europe - First Americans

This is the story that must be told. It is available in parts here and there online, and occasionally in the old media, but is usually suppressed in total. The dots appear to have been intentionally disconnected. Now it’s time to connect those dots.

1. Introduction: First Americans - Out of Europe from Geoff Xtra on Vimeo.