Re: [gardeners] Wednesday, pretty close to the garden

George Shirley (
Wed, 19 Jun 2002 15:03:46 -0500

There are actually other reasons that those two women share DNA with the abos, lots of native
islanders, including aborigines were kidnapped by sailing captains and many escaped or were marooned
in odd places. Just speculation on my part of course but, feasible I think.

George wrote:
> OOPSIE!  Is this going to start one of those fun wars?:)).  Lucinda
> Yikes. I do apologize. I didn't mean to send that to the Gardeners
> list, but it was to have been offline.  I am sorry. But look at the
> vastness of the Pacific Ocean, plus the breadth of South America to
> get to the Amazon, versus the Atlantic, from Africa to Brazil.  I
> don't argue with the dates, just the route taken.  Margaret
> >Hello, Margaret,
> >
> >I think there is a fair degree of validity to those claims. There are
> >archeological digs in Brazil that far outdate the arrival of peoples
> >over the land bridge from Asia. And DNA evidence, in the case of
> >those sisters, is pretty hard to refute.
> >
> >I'd like to see more research done in this area, which has had
> >archeologists baffled for ages (i.e. the great age of the materials
> >found in Brazil.)
> >
> >This is the second piece I have seen on DC on this topic, which I
> >believe we say on the Discovery Civilization or Discovery Science
> >Channels.
> >
> >Ron