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'They are the whitest and most handsome of all the people that I have seen, and their wives were so beautiful that because of their gentleness, many of them deserved to be the Incas' wives and to also be taken to the Sun Temple.
The tribe had white skin and blonde hair - features which intrigue historians, as there is no known European ancestry in the region, where most inhabitants are darker skinned
Originally posted by Heliocentric
Originally posted by Leonidas
I thought it was established that Solutreans had made it to South America as well as North America.
That is all you need to explain blue eyes and fair skin cultures in the Americas.
Yes, that is established to a high degree of certainty.
But the Clovis culture ended in an abrubt way, a possible extinction.
I personally suspect countless of arrivals to the Americas from both the East (Europeans, Middle Easterns, Chinese) and the West (Polynesians, Japanese), in such a big melting pot geneticists will have a tough time unravelling who came from where.edit on 8-7-2013 by Heliocentric because: Plump crow in the quay I slash
Originally posted by SuicideBankers
An Anunnaki settlement?
Contrary to popular belief Clovis culture did not go extinct, they migrated away from their ancestral homelands, the eastern us because of the YBD events.
Originally posted by kimish
reply to post by billdadobbie
There are a lot of ancient civilizations that have stories of a fair skinned, light haired people that had come before them. The Maori come to mind, however, such information is supressed for whate-ever reasons.
This is normal, also Australian natives do not have "Kinky" hair, as the dark Africans call it.
Originally posted by riiver
I actually thought "where does it say white skin" was a legitimate question, that you missed that when reading the article. I wasn't using that to say "OMG there was a whole tribe of caucasian people living in the Amazon when the Spaniards came,".
Originally posted by billdadobbie
if you look at the style of house it is exactly like the old french type of home white people were about long ago .
even as far as china they are the pyramid builders over there we have been pushed out of everywhere in pre -history but you do not here about it s& f for bringing this up .
Originally posted by kimish
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
They aren't burying the facts per se but a lot of that isn't discussed or is forgotten about after a time. MSS have also found the skeletal remains of giants yet very little is written about them; There's a thread on here somewhere that talks about how the Smithsonian has suppressed a lot of our ancient past. We know they existed, yet not much is being said. Why is that? Probably because it doesn't 'fit'.
The example I gave earlier where I mentioned the Maori- The evidence of previous cultures is being suppressed mainly because of land rights issues, kind of like what would've happened with Kennewick man in the Pacific Northwest, had be been proven to not be a descendant of or from that Amerindian tribe... there would be land rights issuesedit on 8-7-2013 by kimish because: (no reason given)
To the Mayans, these colors represented the directions of the winds and who were followers of the rain god. So the meaning changed but not the use of the colors. Less permanent decorations, such as body paint, were donned for special occasions to mark the status of the wearer. Mayan warriors painted their faces and bodies with black and red colors, and priests painted themselves blue.