Such a bold statement but look at the evidence presented here! A Guadeloupean woman’s modern human bones found to be over 24 million years old and my maternal family boasting to have never been descendants of African “esclaves” but autochthonic native Caribbeans indigenous to Guadeloupe! Could this Lady of Guadeloupe be my ancestor?
Research, research, research and Dr. Alim Bey
So I’m listening to Dr. Alim Bey last night, one of his lectures on Human Origins and Cosmic Origins. Most of his information I can validate with my own research I conducted this year from primary resources at the Library of Congress! I personally turned the pages of the same hidden information he is teaching and sharing on YouTube and I’ve had the pleasure of being privy to such truths suppressed from the mainstream collective. The little research I’ve done has already proven to be astounding, breathtaking, and eye-opening to our collective conscious! Why? Because it defies the academic institution and religious doctrine that keep us bound to timelines that don’t exist on our human journey on this planet.
My Family Lineage Father’s Maternal Line and Mother’s Paternal Line
Father’s Maternal Line
I’ve learned that my Father’s maternal family is tied to the Coastal Region of Georgia home of the oldest Aboriginal Indigenous Native American Indians from Savannah and Augusta, Georgia! These autochthonic tribal people called by the Cherokee as “Ani Yutsl” and “Chiksa” “People of the Sun” are the aborigine of the Gulf region and spoke an older language than their tribal cousins. The Yuchi were rumored to be the descendants of the Mayan and Inca nations and among the first peoples on Turtle Island and klan members. I’ve still got much genealogy to do on my Fathers family, however.
Mother’s Paternal Line
My Mother’s side are equally ‘ancient‘ in origin, if not older than my father’s maternal side (as I found out just last night). I remember hearing stories of his mother with the floor length long cornsilk hair and even had visions of her and her copper-colored brother standing beside her! My mothers side claim to be “creole” from Indigenous Indians of Guadeloupe by way of Venezuela and angrily and proudly boast of never being enslaved (“esclaves” as the Africans from Senegal have been recorded) on the island of Guadeloupe, Les Saintes, Bas Terre. Unfortunately, I from an African American perspective still see colonialism for what is its when I researched archived books of my family name that started in the 1600s I saw the baptism of Catholic names turned to “Leon”, and “Jean” and “Marie” and thought to myself that these “native’ people were still enslaved through loss of identity and forced assimilation to intermarry with the European French for survival. In fact, if they are descendants of the first people of that land they intermarried and forfeit their land to the colonial powers of the British and later the Dutch and French! It was a lesser degree of enslavement nonetheless. I remember seeing pics of some of the Kalinago brought to Paris France like circus animals so I am on the other side of such prideful boasting and more of a descendant of tribal realism. I have yet to speak to more relatives and do this research as a primary source but its on my genealogy list. 🙂
Recently, I had heard the statement a month about “the Lady of Guadeloupe whose bones were a million years old” ago but ignored it thinking it was another “Guadeloupe” until I finally researched it myself.
Evidence-based Findings on the Lady of Guadeloupe
In 1812, the skeleton of a woman was found on the island of Guadeloupe, FWI. She is 5 foot 2 inches tall and her head and feet were missing. Her skeleton was encased in limestone sandstone and is dated at 28 million years old. She is not from any ape-hominins species, but a modern human type that Michael Cremo’s, “Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race” illustrates in his book of suppressed archeological evidence. It is known that the pygmy also called the Twa (Bes people) in ancient Kemet were the first modern human species to inhabit the whole of this earth from Africa they dispersed across the globe. They were reported to have resided in the Americas, Europe, Asia, the many islands of the Caribbean, so called Polynesia and Melanesia, and more.
The Ancient Race of Pygmies on Planet Earth
Oral Stories of the Pygmy and Family DNA
My mother told me that her father would often speak of the pygmy and I wondered why he was in awe of these people. Ironically, when I visited my family in Guadeloupe, they were a mix of very tall 6 foot people and very short 5 foot people. I inherited the ‘very’ short gene being the shortest and most petite of my family including my own children, nieces, aunts, uncles, sisters, mother and father, grandmothers and grandfathers I am the smallest at barely 5 foot tall. My mother and grandfather are both very short people compared to their siblings just as I am. When I did my Ancestry DNA test and linked it to GEDmatch I had two different pygmy stocks showing up on my test Biaka – Pygmy, Mbuti – Pygmy (including Eastern Bantu, West African, Khoi-San, North-African, and Nilo Saharan)! This doesn’t include the MesoAmerican and Siberian DNA! Nevertheless, I can now say that I’m getting much more comfortable with my small discoveries about what we call identity, race, and evolution in the Americas and on this planet.
Old Ancient DNA Older than Slavery of the African
I used to boast that I had some of the oldest DNA on this planet! But it was my boast that my Soul was way older than I could imagine to even my own self! When I did the DNA Ancestry “thing” I was amazed and perplexed that my DNA had so much ‘diversity.’ But let’s be honest here, there is debate and conviction that these so-called DNA tests are bogus-hocus-pocus and less-scientific evidence-based data to truly prove genetic affinity or identity. I’ve heard Henry Louise Gates make fun and jokes about the very validity of these tests!
Nevertheless, a Facebook friend brushed it off as a result of ‘slavery’ throughout the many generations of my relatives, but I insisted that my DNA was older than our perceived dates of colonial slavery even African slavery through the ages. Surely, I knew that there was slavery in America, and in the Arabic invasions of Africa, but still something inside of me also knew my DNA existed even beyond these human atrocities and timelines provided by historians and archeologists.
“Im older than this! My DNA, my Soul is ancient!” I would say and reorient myself to see the world and its people as the ‘children’ of the later time or earlier time of devolution rather than evolution in the ages of lost memory, lost technology, lost sovereignty, lost civilizations, lost nations, and lost identities.