The First Americans Were Africans
Cowboys and Indians Africans? Not hardly. The Cowboys and Indians came on the scene far too late. The first Americans even came before the "Native Americans," far before any other group at least 56,000 years ago! This particular statement is backed by eight peer-reviewed articles. We will study evidence exposed by a panel of credible scholars, professors and researchers. The evidence exposed by a panel of credible scholars, professors and researchers. The evidence is in several different scientific fields. Many pictures maps, charts and summation lists are included. Do not forget the Egyptians. They were also here far before the Indians or Columbus. They left structures above and below the waves in far away places in North and South America. From the East to the West Coasts; from the valleys to mountain tops that still carry their names. You will read about remnants of their artifacts, writings, architecture, farming and more. For years this story was hidden and forbidden to be repeated. Researchers who dared to bring out new finds that were against the accepted history were intimidated, funding terminated and in some cases jobs and careers put in jeopardy. Dr. Imhotep is now throwing caution to the wind and lifting the veil of secrecy never to be closed again. This is a true history for all to learn and enjoy and there is much more on its way . . . as the veil of secrecy and concealed information is made available to the public in my future, "Lifting of the Veil Series". The First Americans, as seen on the cover of this book, will be thoroughly covered. The picture was taken by the crew of The HMS Challenger Expedition, 1872-1876 A.D. at the most Southern region of South America, at a place called Tierra del Fuego. This picture can be seen today in the Natural Museum of London.