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.>> Could it be that the Ainu were part of the mass migration of "Caucasian" type Sea Peoples who fled the burning Sahara and, among others, became the "Caucasian" looking Polynesians and Maories? The following language comparison for the Ainu seems to indicate that this was the case.<<

Sean posted an OP about the legend of the Hopi people. They state clearly that they came to America from the South and not across the much vaunted Bering Land Bridge Northern route..
They say that they left the region of the dark Queen , Isis called herself this, aligned to Saturn,the Black Sun, Africa.
In the investigations into Atlantis, whether you believe it existed or not in the legend form, it seems to keep tracing back to near Agadir in Morocco.I was there 11 years after the massive earthquake which almost destroyed it,and the locals said there was much of their land already under the sea. Andrew Gough has written about this extensively.

[andrewgough.co.uk]

Some survivors went to nearby Spain and became the Basques and the Atlantic Ocean currents have shown it was possible to land near the mouth of the Amazon River.
For the link to Polynesia there is this video
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I am wondering if those ancient statues, found in both South America and Japan, amongst other countries, with the over elongated eyes and ones with the startling circular eyes are to highlight the differing classic features of Caucasian and Asiatic people.

This is Mayan - Tikal
[el-libertario.webnode.es]
and Pre Mayan
[el-libertario.webnode.es]

Take care
Yve

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