Published on Dec 11, 2013
David Imhotep Ph.D. interviewed by Channel 5 TV-WKRP
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“The first South Americans … exhibited an undisputed morphological affinity firstly with Africans and secondly with South Pacific populations.”
“…the earliest South Americans tend to be more similar to present Australians, Melanesians, and Sub-Saharan Africans (narrow and long neurocrania; prognatic, low faces; and relatively low and broad orbits and noses).”
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QueenUmmi Maconcounty2 months ago
Amazed. Thank you bro. Need the book
All Eyes On Media2 months ago
You’re welcome. And please get this book. You will not be disappointed at all.
Frieda Thompson5 months ago
BELIEVE ME THE SCHOOL SYSTEM KNOWS AND WE ARE NOT AFRICAN DOC ALSO THE EARTH IS NEVER MIND
SuperSpells4 months ago
The only problem I have with this video is as follows: Not a single educated person in the medieval world EVER thought the world was flat. Anyone that ever had to navigate for an extended period of time knows this. The knowledge that the world was round was laid bare by Greek Scholars several thousand years ago. This is a very modern misconception, made popular between 1870-1920. But the reality is, NO ONE ever believed the earth was flat. Granted, I don’t expect him to know that, because that’s not the field of study he’s invested in. But it irks me to hear a complete myth used in an argument.
If you want to get technical with everything, the first modern humans, the homo sapiens, all came from Africa 100,000 years ago. Then they spread across Asia 60,000 years ago and migrated to other continents and islands since then. So technically, the first people anywhere in most cases were African. Granted there were more migrations of pre-modern humans before then including the likely ancestors of modern humans and Neanderthals. But anyway. Evolution is neat.
steven mccrorey2 weeks ago
Wikipedia is not a creditable source..
SuperSpells2 weeks ago
+steven mccrorey Yes… It is because it as all it’s sources cited. Just because it’s easy doesn’t mean it’s not credible.
fanzeepannzz9 months ago
I’ve been saying this for years. It’s common sense.
All Eyes On Media8 months ago
+fanzeepannzz Yes it is.
Terror Squad6 months ago
Not Africans. Black Americans
R RUSH1 month ago
not black –> Moorish American……
CreatorOwned11 months ago
These white devils totally fucked us over. The truth in starting to come out, black people are starting to wake up. It’s time to take this to the highest court in the land.
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Leonard Guy7 months ago
+BRKS627 Which part if my comment denied those African ppl are not the African american of today, Roots story maybe a fraud in some of its detail, but it happened.. they are to much shipping records and records in Africa its self.. anyone who believe African american didnt come from Africa need to go to Africa fo on talk to the Ashanti ppl or tge igbos of nigeria they will tell how slavery was part of their livelihood.. the evidence of the European trading along the coast is still there to see..
Leonard Guy7 months ago
Leonard Guy7 months ago
Yes but much later and the first African were a different ppl do west Africans who are also known as bantu, most African American descended from the bantu… what this guy is saying is the First African in the Americas mixed with the later arrivals from Mongolia to form the native indians.. but we need to read his book to really see how real the evidence is
Bruce Norris5 months ago
i’ve been thinking this for years before even hearing of this now. if you see the so called Olmecs or Toltecs of Mexico you can see that Africans were here seeing up civilizations and spreading knowledge . spaniards note this when they found the large stone heads, knowing that africans had colonized these lands centuries prior. they know, they just changed the stories or destroyed them.
Metalgears19681 year ago
It’s possible because the continents were join together.
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morgengabe17 months ago (edited)
+Leonard Guy Probably not, but my response was relevant to your comment.
THEDARKVIGILANTE5 months ago (edited)
There were no human life during Pangea.
Feliciano Russell1 year ago
I have the book. One of my favorites. Nice find connection to the ancestors thru book source. I’m apache creek yaqu
Joseph Cheeseborough1 year ago
I knew it !!!
Korey Thomas2 years ago
knowledge of self. God Bless.
Universal Wisdom3 years ago
American Mound Builders Research Team2 years ago
Irrefutable evidence!!! 8 peer review journal articles (the height!!!).
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American Mound Builders Research Team1 year ago
+apocalypse mentis Again, obviously you haven’t read the book. You are only repeating what other racist idiots are saying about the book. 8 Peer review articles (the height!) means that the evidence is academically sound and irrefutable. Everything that you are saying at this point is purely emotional wind. Just admit that you don’t want to acknowledge the facts due to the racist feelings that you harbor toward people of a darker hue and I can respect and accept that, rather than you saying that the undeniable evidence found in this book!