The New Prehistory. Vol. 11: The Gems

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Having gone around the world, I thought I had the right to a well deserved rest, and what was my surprise by returning to the Ainu, a tall tale in their relationship with the Quebec Innu. I found it very amusing and I went up contact by Internet characters from there, without success for now. As I do not like to admit to myself beaten, I continued and I ended up leaving the 11th tome that I deliver to the curiosity of readers who want to follow me.
It consists of special cases that are general cases because each nugget is a micro-description of a human family that broke… there 10,000 years… vividly confirming the existence of a lost continent. It’s simple, it’s the real truth.

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INTRODUCTION
Having gone around the world, I thought I had the right to a well deserved rest, and what was my surprise by returning to the Ainu, a tall tale in their relationship with the Quebec Innu. I found it very amusing and I went up contact by Internet characters from there, without success for now. As I do not like to admit to myself beaten, I continued and I ended up leaving the 11th tome that I deliver to the curiosity of readers who want to follow me. It consists of special cases that are general cases because each nugget is a micro-description of a human family that brokethere 10,000 yearsvividly confirming the existence of a lost continent. Its simple, its the real truth.
1ST NUGGET
The Ainu and other
I have already mentioned this ancestor of the Japanese people, especially in the last volume 10, is pƌeseŶted as ͞MoŶgoloid͟ oƌ otheƌǁise. I haǀe Ŷot ǁaŶted or been able to settle because I had no other certainty than that of men in modern prehistoric way of course. Returning to what is already earned, thanks to Madame Alice C. Linsley, I returned to Canada, noting in passing that she says they do not come through the Bering Strait. Then where? I have largely answered the question with my continent of the Atlantic. And surprise, my good angel library made me rediscover what I have already presented the Peruvian statuettes and culture of Valdivia in Ecuador.
Recently, geneticists have published evidence from haplogroup studies that support the theory of Japanese-Valdivian contact. Roewer, Lutz et al.͞Continent-Wide Decoupling of Y-Chromosomal Genetic Variation from Language and Geography in Native South Americans͟. PLOS Genetics. Retrieved 2013-05-27.Genetic affirms the Japanese presence in Ecuador, but not migration from Japan, is within 14 000 kilometers: one must fall back on a different theory. Mexico, Tulum caves: 4 skeletons have been reassembled submerged caves, I quote a short excerpt from Wikipedia͞The Péricues skeletons unearthed, have hyper-dolichocéphaliques skulls suggesting that the ancestors of Péricues were perhaps Australoid type or Ainu came by type and trans-Pacific migration from the last period of the Pleistocene.͟As much earlier could come directly from Japan, so here we are on the Atlantic and close the lost continent. Of course, there are other hypotheses under consideration, but I add this, a map of the Algonquin family (already seen):
The Algonquin occupied a delimited against below surface and corresponding to more than half of current US and much of Canada including Quebec, across the Atlantic seaboard.They are one of the larger and more extensive groups of Native Americans in North America. They originally brought together hundreds of tribes and hundreds of thousands of individuals claiming an Algonquian people. This grouping consists of peoples who speak an Algonquian language,including the Innu that we evoke here. We see that the departure of the stand is to the east over the Atlantic and not in the West. They are as many, you will see, it is a very surprising discovery. As they are the original inhabitants (First Nations), force is to recognize the occupying their anticipation. With the return of Madame Alice C. Linsley, I take the two piĐtuƌes she displaLJed iŶ heƌ ďlog aŶd attaĐhes ǁheƌe a thiƌd of a ŵusiĐiaŶ ͞AlgoŶƋuiaŶ͟ todaLJ aŶd a fourth, the son of Shigeru Kayano (Japan).
Ainu of Eastern Canada, Ainu of Hokkaido, Innu Florent Vollant, Ainou Kayano Shiro
What do you think? Kayano Shigeru (1926-2006), the father of the speaker, was the Ainu singer, who wanted to sing Ainu epics, in the form of Yukar (oral sagas). His son Shiro above much like Florent Vollant. In older times, the narration was performed by both men and women; in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, when the decline of the Ainu culture, women were generally the best narrators. View Rita Mestokosho below!! Then, Ms. Linsley notes the resemblance of the Japanese alphabet characters with Hebrew. I said on that with the migration. But the most incredible is the residence of the Innu or Montagnais-Naskapi on the Atlantic coast:
The left map shows the extension of Innu villages along the Bay of St. Lawrence and the right extension to the inland. About, Inuit did not he come to Innu? That these people are called Innu or Ainu, I do not think theres any chance.The term͞Innu͟ comes from their language, Innu-aimun, and means͞human being͟. This name was officially adopted in 1990, replacing the term͞Montagnais͟given by early French explorers. The Innu designate their ancestral territory as the Nitassinan. With the Inuit, there is also the Ilnus (Saguenais region) and the Nenets, all etymologically similar words. What do you think of Nitassinan and Nissan or Kawawachikamach with Kawasaki, Naskapi or Natashquan with Nissan Qashqai, etc. In a book Đalled ͞NitassiŶaŶ of the Fiƌst NatioŶ of PekuakaŵiulŶuatsh͟ ϮϬϬϰ the authorMontagnais Council of Lac Saint-Jean,I find a paragraph with a number of place names:͞As we can see, the limit of Nitassinan includes major watersheds draining into Lake Saint-Jean and Saguenay Rivers, that of the Ashuapmushan river Mistassini, Mistassibi Péribonka, Ouiatchouan, Métabetchouan, Kénogami, Shipshaw and Mars River.Who are some Japanese names would be said! And there are many others.
Here is the clear answer of Ainu migration. There has been so much in Quebec indicates a strong colony thanks to the proximity of the coast; this proximity has saved more survivors of Atlantis, who with the strength of the Gulf Stream, have landed more or less far to Newfoundland. At the site of La Martre for example,Studies have established that the tools found in 1967 by Father Roland Provost were associated with the Plano tradition of the recent period Palaeoindian between 8 000 and 10 000 years ago.Others could follow Ta-Ra in Egypt, where the approximation of Hebrew and Japanese alphabets, (indicating that the alphabet glozélien comes from Atlantis) and another big troop is party to the Japan as it should be along the silk Road or otherwise.
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