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The Bible says the vessel made landfall on the “mountains of Ararat” in Turkey after 150 days in the water.Tracking the migration of humans isn’t easy, but genetics is helping us uncover new information at breathtaking speed.Kenniwick Man was in the general area before Clovis. Time and again the truth of native American traditional stories/oral history, has been proven correct, so why not ‘creation Stories’? However, i find it 'troubling' that whenever a 'truth' is revealed about the native Americans, or Australians and Philippines for that matter - that every 'study' must fall back on the idea that the Native Americans are somehow - "immigrants" to this land.The natives have a legend of the "sisters throwing rocks at each other". Further, all these studies seem to want to 'instill' the idea that indigenous claims that they have been here "since Time Immemorial" are not valid.Tall sage brush indicates deep soil, and black soil in front of the volcanic rock indicated cooking fires were burned there for a long time.
Until then, extreme skepticism is all they are going to get.’" The AP article said: “Two pre-Clovis sites are well documented and generally accepted by scientists, Grayson said.
Thomas found a found stemmed stone point, and later volunteers found 30 of them in the vicinity.
Some stemmed points predate Clovis and some post-date Clovis. Featured image: A tool possibly used to scrape ancient buffalo hides has been unearthed in Oregon.
Archaeologists found the scraper digging underneath a layer of volcanic ash from a Mount St.
Helens volcanic eruption of about 15,800 years before the present.
In fact, when studies of any indigenous tribe is conducted there always seems to be an underlying theme that these indigenous tribes are immigrants - they are not - they are the original inhabitants - period. When we think of Minos, two images immediately come to mind: (1) the legendary and cruel tyrant of Crete who demanded the tribute of Athenian youths to feed to the Minotaur in the Labyrinth and (2) a judge of the Underworld as depicted in both Virgil’s Aeneid and also in Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy story, the Inferno.