Ancient Transoceanic Navigation to Americas Proves Bering Land Bridge Not Only Way Twas Though a Minor One


When you consider the ancient “native American” settlement patterns in the southern U. S., that most of their ancestors came up from the south, it’s obvious they had not come across the Bering Land Bridge (during the Ice Age) as insisted by those of the uniformitarian/darwinian bent, rather from across the Atlantic and Pacific, born out by the work of such as Betty Meggers, Ivan Van Sertima, Barry Fell, and Clyde Winters, settled when Atlantis was a great empire, during the bronze age which was the Ice Age.