Ice Age Columbus: Who Were the First Americans? 2005 Docudrama
This, not solely for the sake of reposting what must already be posted a thousand times, across every White website on the internet, although it is my own first time watching the film. I have a thought.
As spoken of in the transcript snippet below, the Euro-American pioneers of 17,000 years ago, called Solutreans, after Solutre, a center of the people’s activity in France, had a habit of burying caches of oversized, and unusually thin spearpoints; it being the case that it is the spearpoints, in general, as they appear, both, in Europe, and America, that allow the Solutreans to be traced.
My opinion is that the archaeologist in the video relinquishes good grounds for proving his point by holding to the position that the spearpoints were an “offering.” Are you kidding me? Get your head out of the clouds, kid. Obviously, the spearpoints were buried in the ground as a thing of pride. No doubt they left them everywhere they went, saying, “we have conquered all of this soil in trek, and these represent our masterful ingenuity and craftsmanship.” They buried the caches in America for the sake of Aryans today, to the specific end of saying, the Solutreans of Europe are us.
I also perceive the hand of Providence in the story. Spearpoints are arrows, they point the way. YHVH made sure those Clovis points were buried there for us to the specific end of serving as pointers (spear “point-ers,” as it were) as to White supremacy on this planet. Also to be observed is the relationship between spearpoints and the torture stake of out Lord, especially, in light of the fact that He was pierced with one. The spearpoints, in effect, are crosses.
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“For years archaeologists have wondered about mysterious burials of spearpoints they call caches. Found, both, in Europe, and, North America, they contain oversized spearpoints over a foot long and too thin for killing. So, what were they for? (Archaeologist Bruce Bradley) ‘Those are extraordinary pieces of work; they’re masterpieces of work. The fact that these tend to be really oversized pieces that don’t look like they were designed for use, uh, I think argues more for some kind of offering. So, there’s a whole different, sort of, philosophical world-view being expressed by this material. I think its something that sets them aside intellectually.'”
There is an older, related film called Stone Age Columbus.