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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by morpheus24: 4:17pm On Mar 22, 2019
fieryy:


I'm sorry for the late reply. Completely forgot about it.
If you're going by the "Out of Africa" theory, then you're going way too far because that'll mean we're all Africans. The first people who settled in Europe weren't white, but darkskinned. In fact AFRICANS because according to the "Out of Africa" theory, life started in Africa. However that was hundred of thousands years ago.

The white skin mutation ONLY took place in Eurasia, so of course the rest of the world maintained their dark skin.

The Aborigines of North America weren't white, the Aborigines of Australia weren't white either. But the fact that they were DARKSKINNED doesn't make them Africans either, we've been separated for very long to say that, just like we've been separated from Europeans for way too long.

The only difference is the mutation that affected the skin color and eyes, to sum it up - melanin

Spot on, however this concept flies over Amujale's head each time you try to steer him to the right thinking. He dismisses your claims as falsehood yet he really doesn't grasp what you are trying to convey because he lacks the genetic component of his argument that completely destroys his assertions. You can keep trying but you are just beating your head against a stone wall.

HE DOES NOT GET IT!

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by morpheus24: 4:27pm On Mar 22, 2019
Amujale:


Eventhough i agree with much of your post, the above that does not read too well.

The fact that they are darkskinned infact does indeed make them African due to the fact that they hailed from Africa, which in itself also makes them African.

The basic truth is that in those days, everyone is African and therefore everyone at the time was darkskinned or have the adequate amount of melanin to assist humanity.

In todays world, maybe possessing darker skin doesnt automatically make you African, however in those days, before the 'Out of Africa' experience, everyone was African and as a result all humans alive at the time possess all the African features.

Nonsensical. Which "days" are you talking about. You can't even put dates to your assertions or a time continuum to support your garbage.

Let me help you.

100,000 to 200,000 years ago Homo sapien emerged. During this period there were waves of Humans leaving Africa. These humans approximate phenotypical representation would be closer to what Africans look like today. This is a PROBABILITY and not AN ABSOLUTE.

2. These humans bottled necked into smaller groups with lesser mutations than the ones preceding them. This event would alter their genetic makeup as well as their phenotypical attributes. As these groups splintered they carried smaller genetic variations among the groups that drifted. In addition to encounters with other human species i.e. Neandethal and Denisovan the picked up additional genetic material.

3. Phenotypical changes occurred based on selective breeding, adaptation to environment, nutrition and random genetic mutations. Some people retained their African features while drifting genetically away from Africans. Others lost African features and gained new features while still staying closer in genetic morphology to Africans. This is the reason a European is genetically closer to an African than a Papau new Guinean even though the papau new Guinean still physically resembles an African.


Keep spouting your fake pseudo science based on Afrocentrism. Fact will always win at the end of the day


Amujale:

Please stop all attempts to try an differentiate ancient Africans from their modern peers. It didnt make sense to differentiate then, and it certainly does not make sense to differentiate ancient peoples from their post-modern peers of today.

Africans are the only people that have the RIGHT and the correct qualifications to determine who IS or is NOT African.

And most Africans agree with me on the fact that African ancestors are very very African.

Hence, everyone on planet earth at the time possess African features, therefore, everyone in those days was African.

The people that took part in the 'Out of Africa' experience, are African for thousands upon thousands of years before taking control of other regions on planet earth.

I.e The first people to occupy the Europe lived as part of a larger African family thousands upon thousands years prior to their migration.

Therefore, the first wave of people to arrive in the Europe in anyone's mind are indeed African.

Appreciate the great beacon of our world that is called Africa, stop trying to stifle her.

Lets employ common sense.

No common sense at all, by your definition above everyone that lives outside of African are all African then including Europeans so regardless of physical appearance since their ancestors hailed originally from Africa you should call them African going forward.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by morpheus24: 4:29pm On Mar 22, 2019
Amujale:


I am sorry but its in my opinion that you possess an incorrect understanding of African history.

African history is not equivalent with genetic studies. HISTORY IS NOT GENETICs!

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by morpheus24: 4:34pm On Mar 22, 2019
Amujale:


Btw i dont understand Africans having subgroups. Most of what you write here are Eurocentric and Asiatic giberish.

Maybe you refer to Africans with our diversity.

Well the point is that ,everyone in the world have good reason to appreciate Africans diversity.

The reason everyone appreciates the diversity of Africans is due to the fact that modern day humans enjoy their current genetic make-up as a result of Africans and their ancestry.

Africans invented, or are gifted with', THE generic building blocks responsible for, and traceable to , what is seen in post-modern day humans.

Every group of people have diversity in look and in features. This includes Africans who are not a monolithic group by any stretch of the imagination.

We understand you want to propagate an Afrocentric mind set but please not at the expense of scientific facts.

Europeans did not invent intelligence nor can they deny fact. The data is reproducible as regards genetics everytime which is why it is FACT!

Native Americans do not have the same genetics as Contemporary African peoples therefore they are not AFRICAN in the way it is understood genetically today.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by jnrbayano(m): 6:52pm On Mar 22, 2019
fieryy:


Created another one because I got banned. Now I have 2 grin

Don't mind dem nonsense mods cheesy

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 10:37am On Mar 23, 2019
morpheus24:


Every group of people have diversity in look and in features. This includes Africans who are not a monolithic group by any stretch of the imagination.

We understand you want to propagate an Afrocentric mind set but please not at the expense of scientific facts.

Europeans did not invent intelligence nor can they deny fact. The data is reproducible as regards genetics everytime which is why it is FACT!

Native Americans do not have the same genetics as Contemporary African peoples therefore they are not AFRICAN in the way it is understood genetically today.

You continue to misconstrue what haa been said with anti-African rhetoric.

My point is to call it diversity NOT sub-group, or sub' anything for that matter. Africans dont have 'sub-groups.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 11:06am On Mar 23, 2019
African history is THE history of GENETICS. They are one and the same.

African history is the history of Genetics and many other things i.e thoughts, spoken word, written text, art, medicine, music, e.t.c
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 11:20am On Mar 23, 2019
morpheus24:


Nonsensical. Which "days" are you talking about. You can't even put dates to your assertions or a time continuum to support your garbage.

Let me help you.

100,000 to 200,000 years ago Homo sapien emerged. During this period there were waves of Humans leaving Africa. These humans approximate phenotypical representation would be closer to what Africans look like today. This is a PROBABILITY and not AN ABSOLUTE.

2. These humans bottled necked into smaller groups with lesser mutations than the ones preceding them. This event would alter their genetic makeup as well as their phenotypical attributes. As these groups splintered they carried smaller genetic variations among the groups that drifted. In addition to encounters with other human species i.e. Neandethal and Denisovan the picked up additional genetic material.

3. Phenotypical changes occurred based on selective breeding, adaptation to environment, nutrition and random genetic mutations. Some people retained their African features while drifting genetically away from Africans. Others lost African features and gained new features while still staying closer in genetic morphology to Africans. This is the reason a European is genetically closer to an African than a Papau new Guinean even though the papau new Guinean still physically resembles an African.


Keep spouting your fake pseudo science based on Afrocentrism. Fact will always win at the end of the day




No common sense at all, by your definition above everyone that lives outside of African are all African then including Europeans so regardless of physical appearance since their ancestors hailed originally from Africa you should call them African going forward.



Most of what you write here is Eurocentric and Asiatic gibberish; unAfrican.

You cannot think to claim that any of the above text has anything to does with Africa.

Stop & Think!


The Eurocentric/Asiatic version of African history you peddle is false.

African history is very African.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 12:46pm On Mar 23, 2019
Everyone in the world have good reason to appreciate Africans diversity.

The reason everyone appreciates the diversity of Africans is due to the fact that modern day humans enjoy their current genetic make-up as a result of Africans and their ancestry.

Africans invented, or are gifted with', THE generic building blocks responsible for, and traceable to , what is seen in post-modern day humans.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by morpheus24: 3:55pm On Mar 25, 2019
Amujale:


Most of what you write here is Eurocentric and Asiatic gibberish; unAfrican.

You cannot think to claim that any of the above text has anything to does with Africa.

Stop & Think!


The Eurocentric/Asiatic version of African history you peddle is false.

African history is very African.



Data is Data. it does not lie. There is implicit or confirmation bias in the interpretation of data depending on who is analyzing the info.

Europeans are very guilty of this, however the data speaks for itself every time.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Olu317(m): 9:33pm On Mar 25, 2019
Amujale:


You continue to misconstrue what haa been said with anti-African rhetoric.

My point is to call it diversity NOT sub-group, or sub' anything for that matter. Africans dont have 'sub-groups.

Mr man,Africa is extremely diverse. Stop being ignorant. Stop this nonsensical psuedo Afrocentrism because I am from a quiet family whose history is a reference point in Yoruba Land. I strongly detest your pointless view when you ignore scientific and linguistic aspect of history.

I once asked you if you ever heard of people burying their dead upward and you had no answer. Here you fanning Afrocentricism as if you have what it takes to speak or be trilingual as an individual. Mr,there people here who know fact and not fiction as it seems.

Do you even know that over 1000+ languages is spoken in Africa?

Do you even know there are more than 1000+ languages spoken in Africa that's spoken in Europe?

Bro, Africa is a complex continent that you have no idea about. So stop your view and kindly specialise in one area.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 12:05am On Mar 27, 2019
Amujale:


You continue to misconstrue what has been said with anti-African rhetoric.

My point is to call it diversity NOT sub-group, or sub' anything for that matter. Africans dont have 'sub-groups.


Olu317:

Mr man,Africa is extremely diverse. Stop being ignorant. Stop this nonsensical psuedo Afrocentrism because I am from a quiet family whose history is a reference point in Yoruba Land. I strongly detest your pointless view when you ignore scientific and linguistic aspect of history.

I once asked you if you ever heard of people burying their dead upward and you had no answer. Here you fanning Afrocentricism as if you have what it takes to speak or be trilingual as an individual. Mr,there people here who know fact and not fiction as it seems.

Do you even know that over 1000+ languages is spoken in Africa?

Do you even know there are more than 1000+ languages spoken in Africa that's spoken in Europe?

Bro, Africa is a complex continent that you have no idea about. So stop your view and kindly specialise in one area.


Its seems you find it hard to understand was has been written. How can you claim you disagree with me whilst repeating what i write above.

Maybe learn to read.

Stop a think.

READ what is posted accordingly and try again because the above post is simply repeating what i say.


"My point is to call it DIVERSITY not sub-group, or sub' anything for that matter. Africans dont have 'sub-groups"


That is to say, stick to words like, diversity, different ethnicity, instead of the term 'sub-group',

Tying to use my own 'handle' to argue against is a really low and poor move.


I already know Africa is diverse, thats why my advise to you is to use the term "diversity" instead of the term 'sub.


Now that you have taken my advice dont you think its a bad move to try and claim my handle for yourself, given that am still here.

Goes to show profound ignorance.

Diversity is the state of being diverse.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 12:10am On Mar 27, 2019
Everyone in the world have good reason to appreciate Africans diversity.

The reason everyone appreciates the diversity of Africans is due to the fact that modern day humans enjoy their current genetic make-up as a result of Africans and their ancestry.

Africans invented, or are gifted with', THE generic building blocks responsible for, and traceable to , what is seen in post-modern day humans.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Olu317(m): 7:32am On Mar 27, 2019
Amujale:




Its seems you find it hard to understand was has been written. How can you claim you disagree with me whilst repeating what i write above.

Maybe learn to read.

Stop a think.

READ what is posted accordingly and try again because the above post is simply repeating what i say.


"My point is to call it DIVERSITY not sub-group, or sub' anything for that matter. Africans dont have 'sub-groups"


That is to say, stick to words like, diversity, different ethnicity, instead of the term 'sub-group',

Tying to use my own 'handle' to argue against is a really low and poor move.


I already know Africa is diverse, thats why my advise to you is to use the term "diversity" instead of the term 'sub.


Now that you have taken my advice dont you think its a bad move to try and claim my handle for yourself, given that am still here.

Goes to show profound ignorance.

Diversity is the state of being diverse.
That's my point Sir, because I find it hard to understand your kind of English language in this context on word and antonym. How do you call Africa diverse when you don't even understand subgroup or ethnicity? As simple as the word diverse, it means ‘different,unlike, separate' etc while the antonym is ‘same, homogeneous'. In actual fact, you are the one muddling things because I don't just understand where you are heading because Africa is filled with Ethnicity, her dialects and tribes in some cases.

From the above, I only posited as others that your assertion is pseudo unification of Africans whose history are apparently different one group to another, while you don't even know ‘jack' about culture and religion of these people, which is the binding factor of each kingdom. Take for instance, Yoruba don't and didn't operate with a Mumbo-Jumbo pattern of salvagers but a civilized system of agriculturists and balance family with a monarchial system.

Comparatively the continent of Europe understanding themselves is of a recent acceptability through intermarriage and Christianity among each group after hundreds of years of wars in these different kingdoms in Europe.

As far as I am concern, the big picture should be the whole world if you are a peace lover because having a emotional perspective of Kwame Nkurumah is baseless because it can't work. Do you know Yoruba fought Nkrumah's Ashanti Kingdom? Pick up better books to read. As far as I am concern your Afrocentric aspiration is on a futile journey because even some white racists can't void the fact that human Race begun in Africa. Afrocentrism has no future because the world is a global village which is and Africa is mother of all mankind. Are you even aware tbere are so many Southern Nigeria whose history is connected to Europeans? In the oil, timber, manufacturing sectors etc ,we have Europeans who are married to southern Nigerians from their days in pre colonial era even till date, my question are:

1. How do you expect these partrilineal white descendants see your view?

2. Do you even know the admixture amongst yorubas ?

3. Are you even mixed at all even if it has been over 20-30 generation?

In conclusion ,Nigeria as a country remain the case study because it inhabits more than 180,000,000+ people while still counting.So your perspective must consider Nigerians in whatever area you consider for your Afrocentrism.



Cheer

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 9:49am On Mar 27, 2019
Amujale:



"My point is to call it DIVERSITY not sub-group, or sub' anything for that matter. Africans dont have 'sub-groups"


That is to say, stick to words like, diversity, different ethnicity, instead of the term 'sub-group',


Diversity is the state of being diverse.

Olu317:

That's my point Sir, because I find it hard to understand your kind of English language in this context on word and antonym. How do you call Africa diverse when you don't even understand subgroup or ethnicity...

Cheer


Atleast have the courtesy to read what is written.

When you make spurious claims like:

Olu317:

How do you call Africa diverse when you don't even understand subgroup or ethnicity...

False, untrue.


Olu317:

From the above, I only posited as others that your assertion is pseudo unification of Africans...

False, untrue.


Since my previous post clearly says:


Amujale:


"...stick to words like, diversity, different ethnicity, instead of the term 'sub-group',


Goes a long way to show that you are have little or no perception of recognition.

You fail to recognise that i teach accurate African history for a living and have a great background in earth sciences. More importantly, i am African.


I am an Africanist not an Afrocentric.

Similar to most active supporters of a worldwide movement that aims to encourage and strengthen binds of solidarity between all people of Africa and our descendants, our ultimate goal in life is to assist with securing the betterment of all Africans anywhere in the world today and as such helping to make the entire world a better place.

For instance, my love for physics and mathematics is never in doubt here, i proposed a mathematical formulae that is meant to determine the difference between TRUTH"
and "FACT".

I believe in Orisa Ifa. My belief in Olodumare and the Orisa does NOT contradict my study into the earth sciences or any other aspect of science.

I consider myself also a Yoruba royalist.

Anyone can easily take my word for it, Africans don't have sub-groups. Africans have diversity, ethnicity.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 10:11am On Mar 27, 2019
Without a shadow of doubt, there are distinct and undeniable found connection between the indigenous Americans with much of mainland African culture.

There are various theories to explain that, one of the leading theories is an African viewpoint, indigenous Americans are said to have come from the line of the Olmecs.

According to Jose Melar, the Olmecs are supposed to have migrated from Africa (is comprehensively addressed in the “Olmec alternative origin...” documents).

Again, modern day African scholars identify Olmecs with the Mandé people.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 10:13am On Mar 27, 2019
Everyone in the world have good reason to appreciate Africans diversity.

The reason everyone appreciates the diversity of Africans is due to the fact that modern day humans enjoy their current genetic make-up as a result of Africans and their ancestry.

Africans invented, or are gifted with', THE generic building blocks responsible for, and traceable to , what is seen in post-modern day humans.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Olu317(m): 11:56am On Mar 27, 2019
Amujale:





Atleast have the courtesy to read what is written.

When you make spurious claims like:



False, untrue.




False, untrue.


Since my previous post clearly says:




Goes a long way to show that you are have little or no sense of recognition.

You fail to recognise that i teach accurate African history for a living and have a great background in earth sciences. More importantly, i am African.


I am an Africanist not an Afrocentric.

Similar to most active supporters of a worldwide movement that aims to encourage and strengthen binds of solidarity between all people of Africa and our descendants, our ultimate goal in life is to assist with securing the betternent of all Africans anywhere in the world today and as such helping to make the entire world a better place.

For instance, my love for physics and mathematics is never in doubt here, i proposed a mathematical formulae that is meant to determine the difference between TRUTH"
and "FACT".

I believe in Orisa Ifa. My belief in Olodumare and the Orisa does NOT contradict my study into the earth sciences or any other aspect of science.

I consider myself also a Yoruba royalist.

Anyone can easily take my word for it, Africans don't have sub-groups. Africans have diversity, ethnicity.

Interestingly,I can see you claimed diversity and ethnicity yet you disagree with the intent of the word subgroup, is this not rhetoric? Anyway, good to know you posted your views as it relates ethnicity but your perspevtive does not support the meaning of subgroup. What exactly is ‘SUBGROUP'? My knowledge of the meaning is a ‘small group within a larger group; a group whose members are some, but may not all be of the members of a larger group'. Take for instance, Bini kingdom is in Edo land and the Yoruba created Bini through conquest out of the IDU-IGODOMIGOD.And the Bini kingdom went further to subdue the non yoruba speakers. Plainly , Bini is a subgroup of yoruba people. My point here is that your view of diversity can't be managed properly until each group develop differently before trust and economic benefit can foster friendship across borderline.

And you, being an Pan Africanist is good but can it stand the test of a lifetime? Perhaps. On my part, I choose the pattern in which Yoruba ancestors did because they know the world and not colour of mankind. Àfíìn( Albinism) has always been part of Yoruba worldview and are treated with speciality because of their skin. So in effect, there are postulation that claim that white skins are a product of skin disorder. In reality, languages differentiated the whole word but the people remained the same even if we have people who are racist or who feel superior over others as you tend to position yourself.



Cheers

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Olu317(m): 12:02pm On Mar 27, 2019
Amujale:





Atleast have the courtesy to read what is written.

When you make spurious claims like:



False, untrue.




False, untrue.


Since my previous post clearly says:




Goes a long way to show that you are have little or no perception of recognition.

You fail to recognise that i teach accurate African history for a living and have a great background in earth sciences. More importantly, i am African.


I am an Africanist not an Afrocentric.

Similar to most active supporters of a worldwide movement that aims to encourage and strengthen binds of solidarity between all people of Africa and our descendants, our ultimate goal in life is to assist with securing the betterment of all Africans anywhere in the world today and as such helping to make the entire world a better place.

For instance, my love for physics and mathematics is never in doubt here, i proposed a mathematical formulae that is meant to determine the difference between TRUTH"
and "FACT".

I believe in Orisa Ifa. My belief in Olodumare and the Orisa does NOT contradict my study into the earth sciences or any other aspect of science.

I consider myself also a Yoruba royalist.

Anyone can easily take my word for it, Africans don't have sub-groups. Africans have diversity, ethnicity.


Interestingly,I can see you c
Positioned and use diversity and ethnicity as your lethal weapon yet you disagree with the intent of the word subgroup, is this not rhetoric? Anyway, good to know you posted your views as it relates to ethnicity but your perspective does not counter or voided the meaning of subgroup. What exactly is ‘SUBGROUP'? My knowledge of the meaning is a ‘small group within a larger group; a group whose members are some, but may not all be of the members of a larger group'. Take for instance, Bini kingdom is in Edo land and the Yoruba created Bini through conquest out of the IDU-IGODOMIGOD.And the Bini kingdom went further to subdue the non yoruba speakers and assimilated the larger Edo group. Plainly , Bini is a subgroup of yoruba people. My point here is that your view of Africanist on diversity can't be managed properly until each group develop differently before trust and economic benefit can foster friendship across borderline.

And you, being an Pan Africanist is good but can it stand the test of a lifetime? Perhaps. On my part, I choose the pattern in which Yoruba ancestors did because they know the world and not colour of mankind. Àfíìn( Albinism) has always been part of Yoruba worldview and are treated with speciality because of their skin. So in effect, there are postulation that claim that white skins are a product of skin disorder. In reality, languages differentiated the whole word but the people remained the same even if we have people who are racist or who feel superior over others as you tend to position yourself.



Cheers

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 12:24pm On Mar 27, 2019
Olu317:


‘SUBGROUP'? My knowledge of the meaning is a ‘small group within a larger group; a group whose members are some, but may not all be of the members of a larger group'




Most social- scientist will tell you "sub' is not a good description of anything.

In social science, to call 'anything' sub is to accept that its inferior to something else.

And does not describe Africa.

Let me prove to you that the term 'sub' is not to be used in the African context, and that the term 'sub is unAfrican. i.e use a more accurate term "South of The Sahara" DO NOT say or use "Sub Sahara"


Africa comprises of various ethnicity.

As in, no one ethnicity is seen as superior to the other.

The term "sub" is a socio-scientific construct that has its maiden use in the classification of non human species into inferior and superior classes.


Americans, Asians nor Europeans DO NOT use the term 'sub' when describing the people of their nations, Africans shouldnt uses that term to describe ourselves.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 12:36pm On Mar 27, 2019
Olu317:


And you, being an Pan Africanist is good but can it stand the test of a lifetime? Perhaps. On my part, I choose the pattern in which Yoruba ancestors did because they know the world and not colour of mankind. Àfíìn( Albinism) has always been part of Yoruba worldview and are treated with speciality because of their skin...



I agree with much of what you write here, and would add that
'Afiin are often Orisas favourite children.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 12:46pm On Mar 27, 2019
Olu317:


Bini kingdom is in Edo land and the Yoruba created Bini through conquest out of the IDU-IGODOMIGOD...

Plainly , Bini is a subgroup of yoruba people. My point here is that your view of Africanist on diversity can't be managed properly until each group develop differently before trust and economic benefit can foster friendship across borderline.



Once again, i agree with you here. I would use 'relative' instead of sub-group; but i totally understand your great points above.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Olu317(m): 12:50pm On Mar 27, 2019
Amujale:


I agree with much of what you write here, and would add that
'Afiin are often Orisas favourite children.
Now I know you are truly yoruba man on IFA mention of yours because I was waiting for you call AFIN as ‘Orisa', which you did.


Respect to you.
Cheers.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Olu317(m): 12:50pm On Mar 27, 2019
Amujale:


Once again, i agree with you here. I would use 'relative' instead of sub-group; but i totally understand your great points above.

Noted Sir.

All the best.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 12:59pm On Mar 27, 2019
Olu317:

Now I know you are truly yoruba man on IFA mention of yours because I was waiting for you call AFIN as ‘Orisa', which you did.


Respect to you.
Cheers.

Respect to you. Good on you aswell.

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Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 10:29am On Mar 31, 2019
Without a shadow of doubt, there are distinct and undeniable found connection between the indigenous Americans with much of mainland African culture.

There are various theories to explain that, one of the leading theories is an African viewpoint; indigenous Americans are said to have descend from the Olmecs.

According to Jose Melar, the Olmecs are supposed to have migrated from Africa (is comprehensively addressed in the “Olmec alternative origin...” documents).

Modern day African historians identify Olmecs with the Mandé people.
Re: Africans Were The First People Of The Ancient Americas by Amujale(m): 10:33am On Mar 31, 2019
@Op yes, Africans are the first people of the Ancient Americas.

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