First Americans Were Black Aborigines


Archaeological evidence shows that 
Africans were the first to populate 
every part of the earth

The first Americans were descendants from Australian aborigines, according to evidence in a BBC documentary series called Ancient Voices. Where did they come from? When did they first arrive here? The documentary also answers those questions.

The
program shows that the dimensions of prehistoric skulls found in Brazil
match those of the aboriginal peoples of Australia and Melanesia. Other
evidence suggests that these first Americans were later massacred by
invaders from Asia.
Until now, native Americans were believed to
have descended from Asian ancestors who arrived over a land bridge
between Siberia and Alaska and then migrated across the whole of north
and south America. The land bridge was formed 11,000 years ago during
the ice age, when sea level dropped.
However, the new evidence
shows that these people did not arrive in an empty wilderness. Stone
tools and charcoal from the site in Brazil show evidence of human
habitation as long ago as 50,000 years.
Evidence of fire usage,
rock art paintings, and some of the oldest skeletal remains ever found
in the America’s have established a new time-line for the arrival of
modern humans in the America’s. Analysis on skulls found show that they
are more similar to the bone structure of Africans and Australian
Aborigines.

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