This file is in line with the frustration developed with orthodox views
about early american and world history, particularly the Smithsonian
Institution. The orthodox views ignore many anomalous cases such as giant
skeletons and indications of early Egyptian or Chinese settlements in America.
Evidence suggests whites settled Americas First
The remains of probably the oldest North American ever found have been
recovered in Washington State. The 9,300-year-old skeleton is 90 percent
complete and belongs to a Caucasoid male.
One of the most complete prehistoric skeletons ever unearthed in the Americas
was discovered near Kennewick, Washington in July of 1996. It was dubbed
Now it is the subject of a court battle between anthropologists who desire to
learn all they can about it, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which wants
to cover it up, both literally and figuratively.
The Corps of Engineers wishes to turn this remarkable find over to American
Indian tribes who want it reburied without further study based on the claim
the skeleton is an "Indian" and therefore should not be desecrated by being
The discovery of a 9,000-year-old Caucasoid in the United States has led to a
breaking down of "an iron curtain of silence" which had existed in the news
media and among some archaeologists and anthropologists.
It turns out at least six other Caucasoid skeletons, older than any Mongoloid
Indian remains known in North America, have been found. These include the
nearly 10,000-year old mummy of a Caucasoid male found in Spirit Cave, Nevada,
and the skeletal remains of a nine-year-old Caucasoid female child found in
Nevada of equal antiquity.
From their graves, men, women and children are speaking to us, and their tale
is that of an ancient culture, stretching at the least from Arizona to
Washington state. Their story, long unknown, now partially uncovered, rushes
to greet us from the misty depths of the past - a sensational story of life
and death in America BC.
Interestingly enough the Kennewick Man had imbedded in his pelvic girdle a
two-inch Clovis spear-point of gray volcanic rock evidently thrown by an enemy
with probable intent to kill. Kennewick Man survived the attack but the spear-
point remained imbedded in his hip.
There is little proof there was a single Indian of Siberian extraction in the
entire Northwest when Kennewick Man lived, hunted and fought there. The
present Indians in that region are believed to have been there less than 1,000
years, which makes them the invaders. Kennewick Man and his people are the
"native Americans" of the Northwest, for whatever that is worth.
In fact, such terms as "first," "original" and "native" really have no
scientific or historical context in this time period, as so little is known
(and if the federal government has its way little will be known) of the era.
But such terms are convenient and useful for present-day social engineers to
provide preferential treatment to one class at the expense of another.
As one lawyer involved in the court case stated, "A lot of their [Indian]
pride and claims might not be true, and that might impact them in financially
This may explain in part the veil of secrecy that has surrounded the other
ancient Caucasoid people found, as well as attempts to prevent further
studies, among the most important of which, for proper classification of
remains, would be DNA testing.
In southern Idaho the skeletal remains of a 10,600-year-old woman, found in a
gravel quarry near the town of Buhl, were reburied in December, 1991.
The Shoshone-Bannocks - believed by many scientists to have moved into the
area less than 1,000 years ago - claimed the remains were those of a dead
Tribal officials exercising authority newly granted them by the federal
government refused permission for archeologists to perform DNA tests and
chemical analyses that would provide clues as to the racial origin of the
skeleton, as well as other valuable information.
WHERE DID THEY COME FROM?
Most Americans, taught the Bering Strait theory as an explanation for the
peopling of America, are unaware it is no longer seen as the sole explanation
for the presence of man on these continents.
Archeological finds in South America, on the Eastern Seaboard of the United
States and elsewhere show conclusively that there were several distinct and
separate migrations of different racial groups to the Americas.
Recent studies point to the hypothesis of a "North Atlantic Crescent" which
existed between Europe and North America, with both water and ice serving as a
"bridge" between the two continents.
It is clear also from genetic DNA sequencing that there was more than one
migratory event. Indeed, as one DNA study bluntly stated, "The notion of a
homogeneous Amerindian genetic pool does not conform with these and other
Mummies of Caucasoid nobles buried in temples were found in ancient cities of
As ruins continue to yield their secrets it now appears many of the ancient
pre-Columbian civilizations were seafaring peoples with a long tradition of
Rather than walking 10,000 miles from Mongolia to Chile, it now seems the
"first Americans" may have sailed. And where they came from is yet to be
Peru, Chile and Ecuador are all revealing long-forgotten cities of ancient
peoples classified as racially Caucasoid, such as redheaded mummies in pre-
Inca graves in Peru. This is not the history taught in the public schools.
Pre-Columbian tombs are shattering the adage that "dead men tell no tales."
The exciting tales they relate will force the rewriting of pre-Columbian
history. Shattered will be the myth of "Indians" as the first Americans.
Also shattered will be the credibility of those who view the advancement of
mankind as a series of events and developments independent of outside
influence from distant cultures. This is a school of thought that became
popular in American universities in the 1960s along with "progressive
socialism" and bell-bottom pants.
Such thinking mutated in the once hallowed halls of academia into a form of
politically correct archaeology that has greatly hindered the interpretation
and understanding of American prehistory.
Great steps in understanding the origins of the American past are being made,
and they are being done so over the academically dead bodies of fearful,
politically correct, social historians, who now find themselves haunted
by the long-dead bodies of stone-age Americans.
Some archeologists have built empires based upon theories resembling in
magnitude the Mayan citystates just before their collapse. They see for
themselves now an uncertain future in their chosen field where their long-held
notions are increasingly seen as relics. When the DNA lab returns are in they
will be out for job retraining.
By Louis Beam
(Originally published in the SPOTLIGHT, 10/13/1997)
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