This month we resolve one of the greatest mysteries in anthropology, how the A, B and AB blood groups originated in North America. As Wikipedia would tell you:
According to the New World migration model, a migration of humans from Eurasia to the Americas took place via Beringia, a land bridge that connected the two continents across what is now the Bering Strait. The most recent point at which this migration could have taken place, where the first Americans set foot on Alaska, is 40,000 - 12,000 years ago; a hotly disputed topic.
|Traditional Distribution of 'Walking' humans in time|
The early Paleo-Indians spread throughout the Americas, diversifying into many hundreds of culturally distinct nations and tribes. According to the oral histories of many of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, they have been living there since their genesis, described by a wide range of traditional creation accounts.
While some indigenous peoples of the Americas were historically hunter-gatherers, many practiced aquaculture and agriculture. The impact of their agricultural endowment to the world is a testament to their time and work in reshaping and cultivating the flora indigenous to the Americas. Some societies depended heavily on agriculture while others practiced a mix of farming, hunting, and gathering. In some regions the indigenous peoples created monumental architecture, large-scale organized cities, chiefdoms, states, and empires.
|Blood Type 'O' map - Notices the Blue Areas of 'O' only|
Many parts of the Americas are still populated by indigenous Americans; some countries have sizable populations, especially Bolivia, Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, and Ecuador. At least a thousand different indigenous languages are spoken in the Americas. Some, such as Quechua languages, Aymara, Guaraní, Mayan languages, and Nahuatl, count their speakers in millions. Many also maintain aspects of indigenous cultural practices to varying degrees, including religion, social organization and subsistence practices. Some indigenous peoples still live in relative isolation from Western society, and a few are still uncontacted peoples.
So, according to wiki, about 40,000 years ago Homo Sapiens walked across the land bridge of Alaska and entered America (my book shows that it was more like 50,000 years ago, at the same time man found Australia), finally going south to the reached South America all sharing the same blood type 'O', but then a second wave came across in 12,000 BP and brought the Blood type A, B and AB with them and settle only in North America. But there is a huge problem with this theory ( a part from who in their right mind would walk across a foot bridge over a thousand years, to a place were its cold and inhospitable?) for the next map shows the Rh negative distribution of Blood from the Asian continent.
On the East Coast of Asia there is no Rh Neg blood, 90% of the Blood is 'O' type Rh positive - less than 10% A,B or AB Rh positive. So if there were travellers that took the 'land bridge across' they disappeared into extinction of never left a trace of interbreeding with the local peoples. This clearly is impossible.
According to Blood centre.stanford.edu. 2008-06-20 - 15% of the US population has Rh negative blood.
So where did these people come from?
Look at the map again and see the frequency of the AB blood line - British Isles, Iceland, Greenland and the the East Coast of America and Canada moving West- not the other way. In 'Dawn of the Lost Civilisation out in June, the maps show that Europe and The Northern Atlantic looked a lot different than today as the Sea Levels were 160m Lower than present increasing the size of the Land Masses allowing easy passage across the Atlantic to America.
An earlier Blog has shown that Reed boats - which have been used by Cro-Magnon man since they were 'born' or more mutated in about 40,000 BP on the shorelines of the Caspian Sea. These boats are capable of sea travel (http://robertjohnlangdon.blogspot.co.uk/2011/05/advanced-civilisation-or-just-lost.html) using a device called a Sunstone. A Sunstone is a device that allows navigators to follow the sun (so knowing East from West) when it is daytime but cloudy. My book looks at it and how it was used in-depth, but the most important aspect of this device which we know was used by the Vikings, it is ONLY found in the North East of Atlantis/Doggerland on the coast of Norway in the old world.
Cro-Magnon's have Rh Negative blood and recent findings in America confirms our findings.
A skeleton estimated as being 10,000 years old was found in the ‘tomb of Palli Aike’ in Tierra del Fuego in 1969-70 and has been identified as Cro-Magnon, which indicates that this race also spread to South America. Scientists consider Neanderthal man as the proto-European, and Cro-Magnon a later arrival, probably from the east. He also sees the Cro-Magnons as bearing many similarities to the North American Indians, being tall, muscular, athletic and agile.
Dr. James C. Chatters, a University of Washington specialist in human osteology, while investigating what was originally thought to be a modern homicide, found himself analyzing the bones of a 9,000 year old skeleton. Upon examination, the 5 feet 9 inches tall specimen had "characteristics that are similar to those of Europeans." (Chatters, 2000) According to Chatters, the skull is dolichocranic (long-headed) rather than brachycranic (round-headed), and exhibits "fairly prominent brow ridges." Now known as Kennewick Man, this skeleton possesses many of the characteristics of our typical Atlantean Cro-Magnons.
|Kennewick Man - 9,000 year old Cro-Magnon|
And not only bodies but barrow culture too.
|Looks like a round barrow to me - Grave Creek Mound, West Virginia|
Poverty Point culture 8000 - 7000 BP is not well understood in terms of social organization, it was involved in the transportation of nonlocal raw materials (for example, shell, stone, and copper) from throughout the eastern United States into the lower Mississippi River Valley to selected sites where the materials were worked into finished products and then traded. While specific information on Poverty Point subsistence, trade mechanisms, and other cultural aspects is still speculative, the sites nevertheless exhibit specific material culture, such as baked clay objects, magnetite plummets, steatite bowls, red-jasper lapidary work, fiber-tempered pottery, and microlithic stone tools - which is a clear indication of Cro-Magnon influence.
Dr. Dennis Stanford of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, also states: "We now know that human beings learned to sail 50,000 years before the present. Mankind settled in Australia then and it was not linked by any land bridge to Asia. It could only have been reached by boat. Clearly, we had mastered sailing tens of thousands of years before America was colonized, so we should not be surprised by the idea that people took boat trips across the Atlantic 18,000 years ago" (Stanford & Bradley, 2004)