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 Post subject: WHO WERE THE FIRST PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES??
PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2005 7:43 pm 
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WHO WERE THE FIRST PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES??


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 Post subject: The first people on Turtle Island
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They have found caribou traps up in Alaska that were 5 miles wide at their source and tapered down. This was to channel the caribou to where they were slaughtered. These early ruins date back over 30,000 years and were the craftwork of the Inuit hunters from Asia, who probably followed the caribou over the ice bridge to this land during the last ice age. Some areas of Alaska were so dry and bare that the hunter may have been trapped here when the ice bridge fell back into the sea. There is one peculiarity that is noteworthy. The blood types of all indigenous tribes in the world is A or O types, except for the Blackfoot tribe, which is mostly B type. They are an isolated group in the Calgary area, who were infamous for their viciousness. This may imply that there was a late exodus from Asia before the ice bridge completely collapsed, and they may have used boats to get across from island to island. At any rate it is fairly certain that the indigenous people had spread out over all of North and South America in 1000 years.

Another item, not directly related to this, but relevant. The term Shaman comes from this region of Asia, and has been given to most indigenous tribes around the world by the dominant colonizers, as was the term Chief. The word shaman, used internationally, has its origin in manchĂș-tangu and has reached the ethnologic vocabulary through Russian. The word originated from saman (xaman), derived from the verb scha-, "to know", so shaman means someone who knows, is wise, a sage. Further ethnologic investigations shows that the true origin for the word Shaman can be tracked from the Sanskrit initially, then through Chinese-Buddhist mediation to the manchĂș-tangu, indicating a much deeper but now overlooked connection between early Buddhism and Shamanism generally. In Pali it is schamana, in Sanskrit sramana translated to something like "buddhist monk, ascetic". The intermediate Chinese term is scha-men (source). It has been adopted into the English speaking world not unlike words such as kayak for example, but when it is used to describe Native American holy men or women it can be offensive to traditional Natives and their Elders. We can't resist controlling others culture and history. Paint it ours.

Our English can be traced back to Sanskrit for its origins. Makes the world a small place when we realize our roots stretch back to Africa. We are all African/Asian/Australian/European/North Americans. Put that on your next census form under origin of birth! Except for the Aborigine who is African/Asian/Australian and may be considered the first and closest man out of Africa who is still going. They have always called themselves the first men.

Any new theories on how we spread out over the globe?


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What do you believe to be the original bloodlines?


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 Post subject: O boy
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Blood was just a way of tracing. Since we're going through history, and some will say there was many blood groups-since monkeys have different types- there is no way of knowing the original blood types but it appears that O was the oldestto spread around the world. It is recessive, so AB blood , which is the newest type of blood, as it only constitutes about 4% of the total, leads one to believe that A and B are somewhat later developments. All original aborigines have O blood as do the natives of South America. AB is generally an old world phenonomon and is rare. AB- is the rarest blood type on earth at about 1%.

If time goes on the eventual conclusion is that O type will disappear and AB will be the only bloodtype left. If we can last that long.

A lot of the early migration routes have been theorised with a search for Y chromosomes and how they recede as indications of lineage from past ancestors as to who was involved in what makes you what you are today.
Instead of race and color as a determinant of peoples-it is just more obvious-we are all potential family in blood, as a determinant of individuality and similarity. Race is really a social construct to define differences and not what we have in common.

O was first,then A came as a response to increase in population and new infections and diet changes. B may have changed due to climactic changes, altitude and diet. Type AB is a blend in Europe and is a result of intermingling for immunity of both types. The first traces of AB blood appear about 900 AD.

Each type is O based with a blood type antigen in the red cells that defines our blood type. Type O ,free of A and B like antigens can give blood to anyone else, but can't receive blood from anyone but another type O. Type O is the universal donor.


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Be careful, Do.g's...our ECS is a very smart person.

You may be doing his assignment for him! :twisted:

Just kidding :P ....this is good information, especially about the blood. Good questions, ECS

I have blood type A-

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A minus. You're probably a soy milk, fruit and vegetables girl.

Ecs is an astute fellow and where he gets his info from.... the MIBS want to know.

That thing he wrote on Nuevo Laredo reminded me of the gangsters in Chicago. There's no way the feds couldn't have prevented their growth and allowed booze to flow unless it was part of their agenda- just like drugs today. Nothing is accidental-it is intended; there's a purpose.
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Talking to the traffickers opens your eyes to many things. I remember one particular story on a very drunk night in Tecate, Mexico. They would tell of "DEA Agents" coming across the border and make sure the loads got across safely and without any hassle. I can't be certain that they were actual DEA agents or other gov't officials, becuase as the night progressed, they turned into FBI and border patrol officers. It is possible that all agencies were involved with these people. They talked about it very naturally as if it had been going on forever.

Now more know the many truths about the US Government and drug trafficking.


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