Monthly Archives: April 2012

African Origin of Olmecs: Science and Myth

   African Origin of Olmecs:  Science and Myth  • •    Research is the foundation of good science, or knowing in general. There are four methods of knowing 1) Method of tenacity (one holds firmly to the truth, because “they … Continue reading

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The Back and side inscriptions on the Pokotia Monolith By Dr. C. A. Winters

Pokotia Monument   The Pokotia monolith was discovered by Bernardo Biados, Freddy Arce, Javier Escalente, Cesar Calisaya, Leocadio Ticlla, Alberto Vasquez, Alvaro Fernholz, Omar Sadud, Paulo Batuani and Rodrigo Velasco on January 4, 2002. This discovery and other research done … Continue reading

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The Decipherment of the Fuente Magna Bowl

In 1958/60 Don Max Portugal Zamora, a Bolivian archaeologist, learned of the Fuente Magna bowl’s existence. Pastor Manjon, Mr. Portugal “baptized” the site with the name it bears today, “Fuente Magna”.   The Fuente Magna bowl was found in a … Continue reading

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The Vai Writing System

Maurice Delafosse mentions that he consulted many literate Vai who claimed that the Vai script was ancient. These Vai also told him that the Vai system of writing was still being used in the mountains to the north. Delafosse did … Continue reading

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Olmec Kings By Clyde A. Winters,

The Olmec inscriptions record the names and deeds of many political officials, religious leaders and Kings (Winters, 1997). The Olmec inscriptions indicate that each Olmec town was ruled by either a governor or King, and that their was a recognized … Continue reading

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Evidence of the African Migration to America and Olmec Religion By Clyde Winters

NTRODUCTION The Stelae no.5 from Izapa, is an important historical document from Mexico. This monument has interesting iconographic representations that prove some of the migration traditions handed down from generation to generation by the Mexicans. The Izapa style art is characterized by upright stone stelae found at the site … Continue reading

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Blacks in Ancient America

   

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