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VISITORS TO PRE-COLUMBIAN AMERICA

Book By: Robert Morritt
Non-fiction



Accounts of ancient visitors to America .Emphasis is on corroborating the presence of the appearance of ancient African and Semetic people within the Americas by lithic and cultural evidence. Emphasis is always made to the presence of early societies in Central and South America.
It appears that their visitations were regular. Certain other unplanned landings probably were due to mishap probably due to changes in the direction of ocean currents or adverse weather systems
Early indigenous cultures such as the The Caral, the Moche,Recue,Nazca, Tiwanaku and others are described together with inscriptions depicted from monoliths and other sources, with images of Europoid, Ancient Semetic and African presence in pre-Columbian America.

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Excerpt from. 'Visitors to Pre-Columbian America".

Hundreds of Phoenician inscriptions have been found cut in stone tablets along the banks of rivers in the jungles of Brazil and on the eastern coast of South America, and even more hundreds have been found in North America.

The Phoenician influence is especially evident among the Maya. The Maya of all native peoples of the New World were fully literate. Their script was well-developed .The early art of the Olmecs, beautiful in its utter simplicity. This art might be associated with the oldest writing in Mesoamerica.





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