I want to show you this image is called the cacique conga pole of question and his wife all right you see that so corny go do you remember who you are all right the aboriginal the Amaru Khan's all right and this is from it says it's a portrait of Native American man and woman inclusive the source creator of this is Samuel hall Wilcock Lee source title history of the Viceroyalty of Buenos Aires that's in Argentina some American Indians from Buenos Aires Argentina come on look at that did you know that's what the Argentina's look like the original take a look this is look familiar like any of your family members and this is from my 1807 alright 1807 again the cacique conga pole of watching his wife alright so now we're in this book by Bernardino de sahagún or the fray or the father he was here during the conquest and Mexico very famous primary source historically he has a lot of volumes this is one of his body volume six history of the things of New Spain alright and it's some basic interpretations or some codices that he basically copied same ones that are in the prestige libraries that same ones that Kings Lord Kingsborough has and is he his antiquities of Mexico alright so this was written in 1905 but this is basically Sunday he wrote in the 1500 alright and I so the item was in the beginning of the book I could see his old writing his original and then look at the images I you know so-called Negroes you see I also look at the images why they paint of the people this way this is from the codis system– all right so hold the original mesh Iike you see how they painted on very dark skin all right they're more images so you see you know this one's not dark but these are all are you see how they all dark all right right from the original codices as you can see all right you should distinguish the difference we're in the original Mexican code is's I make of people that they found here except copies look how they depicted themselves all right see this see the very dark skin color there's no mistake all right so you can see you know I like these 1 2 3 4 5 persons you know dark skin appears and these two light skinned people all right so you can see the comparison like I had rats and stuff more images right here alright nice let me just show this part all right look at this brother right here I know some of this is very blurry but as you can see there's a pic and so-called Negroes as you can see this is in their codices alright check it out check it out this brother almost looks Egyptian right here check it out some more right here as we go down and I take a look I don't sleep in some more images right here we're gonna check it out so all so-called black people now the paint depicting themselves right Disko desist all right let's keep going and going all right Toto tickling right the other is also called Negroes right here in these codices all right the original mesh Iike all right another image right here it's hard to see the name but check it out so-called Negro mind is Mexican codices either original Michiko Aboriginal all right another image again it's a little blurry this is she Johnny she Johnny all right another image right here as you can see the original miss Yuka and it keeps going this is a big stock seat class check it out this almost looks Egyptian if you see it as an Egyptian long you know what the one the one sided you know face you know looking only seeing one side only one eye I see this so-called Negro they're being depicted right here in this kotas original Michiko head wraps and everything all right so we just pass this light-skinned person right here and look at this one says tomia tech cootie this is a brother right here original Mexican is an Aboriginal did you know this wasn't a Mexican CODIS can they never showed you this in school history class come they never showed you these code assists in these books I can't let him put this in textbooks huh look at that says not a cookie look at this his crown and everything all right check it up brother right there regional Aboriginal Mexican Mexican see the difference is like skinny person right here or or lighter because this very distinguishable right there's another image further law further down in the book you see this person very dark-skinned all right I have we got some more images here these are some warriors right here now see that that was you all right that was you as a warrior right down about black panther I another one right here alright another image right here and this code is I apparently knows how cool bringing this to us copying it for us put it in his book you see that that's your ancestor right there ready for war and I right under him another one of your ancestors right here ready to go to war as well I see all these so-called Negroes in these Mexican codices using slaves the same Africans so Americans of originals Amaru cons the cons priest-kings you see this because features you can't deny who that is alright very clear image right here alright she was going on she was really here in Mexico originally alright he's named so called Africans yeah so we're again at John Carter Brown library archive of early American images and we got this image for you right here just wanted you to see this I have this I'm not book yourself Museum and so you see what they're doing and they're attacking in American Indian look how she's depicted so-called negro Ryan look at the person on the floor alright and in the description he's gonna read it for your suspenders to set dogs on Native American in a bedroom a group of Europeans tan with guns and flags on reaches into a bag gold in the backgrounds a scene of warfare source creator or naldo's Montana's eye and this one in 1671 source publisher by Jacob Mears awake alright test describes Vasco núñez about both punishment of Saddam II but boss had entered a castle of the territory quadric Kwang I probably in Panama says here where he found the king's brother dressed as a woman but boy said the dogs on him and had him killed among the slain were several black slaves now you hear that alright this is another book don't cover pretty interesting this is America petty : biana alright so this is a Spanish book in cell you is no logical based on the investigations archaeological and ethnographic the traditions of monuments of antiquity of American indigenous America I dedicated to the Society of Science and Arts a dr. Mariano Soler ex-president of the same Society I also just want to show you this cover right here alright so this was written 1887 and materials from you or why I'm not sure what these Indians are from right here but so just get a close-up so you can see all right who's that in the cover right there alright and in his Spanish books I know alright so remember these are before the 1900s these books depict and the aboriginals of the land are the copper-colored tribes so-called Negroes alright alright so we're back at at John Carter Brown library alright and right here I just wanted to see this image right here take a look and it says it's a Native American man wearing a headdress with feathers and feather leg ornaments stands before he dwelled and I this is from the ever ever hard warner/chappell collection in 1647 1690 and the book is tessaro's Xcode Tikaram all right so it's from a book as you can see the text down here and this is the image that came from far away and close up all right is the so-called Negro all right I another book here it's called stories of the Indians as you can see right in 1850 but this image right here in this book I found and it says it's a red jacket chief we also got a depiction of him in another bull he was also they look like a so-called Negro right look at him here all right red red jacket chief all right here we got an Indian with his bow and arrow all right look at that and they also have this image again of this American Indian and this one says it's an Indian chief and I cited another book actually from Massachusetts and masters this Indian I had some now I've got this other image over here from another book all right it's as you can see no originals here he got drums they're dancing you know how they're getting down as you can see some people over here being entertained you see their complexion is a little different than the American Indians all right so again as you can see they're dancing look at these brothers right here and so the description says this is Native Americans dance for two European men in ropes all right so the source has now killed each about Somali that hennington is from 15 2014 15 26 all right so it's publisher source date 1707 when they published in the text discusses the Illinois people who danced for explorers Jaques Marchetti a Jesuit missionary and Lewis Juliet a fur trader who explored the Mississippi River in 1673 damage follows the special title page for on the King bun Anish so I'm just the history behind us you see Illinois Indians I Illinois Indians I just real quick as well held this other book I found I was only able to get like the cover of the images so it says the book of the Indians of North America comprising details and the lives of about 500 chiefs and others the most distinguished among them also history of their Wars their manners and customs speaking of orators from their first being known to Europeans to the present time such as first peopling of America I see the image that got there I check it out all right so call me go that's you all right the book of the Indians the American Indian you see how they draw you back in these books by Samuel G Drake 1833 hi Samuel G Drake published by Joshua Drake alright alright so now I want to show you this image I've seen this in the internet a lot as well the book is in German I got the original tool just much easier here in this website sorry listed so there's America number 14 bun Florida alright so you could see this is so-called negro I so the description says portrait of a Native American holding a feather object wearing ornaments and a headdress the sources knew a dolphin it is a medium warren- for 1723 all right the image of the Florida Indian is derived from the title page of dildora Tabriz America alright the other debris is America look it up I feel toward a breeze America all right I want to show you this image as well all right I found I have this book as well have a lot of books so the image title says the outer revenge is the death of his Indian wife by killing two of the three Indians that attacked them all right after that the Indians are the so-called Negro people in this image right this is from the book the voyages dangerous adventures and imminent escapes of Captain Richard Falconer I this is written by WR Chatwood in 1766 all right again is that the American Indians are shown right here so-called Negroes all right all right so now I mean this book is called the Indian races of North and South America just want to show you this picture says Cortes in Montezuma I see how did the pig Montezuma and yeah mushiya or Aztecs a couple colored or very dark-skinned all right again this is the Indian races of North and South American pricing and accountant the principal Alba regeneration say description of their national customs metal and religious ceremonies by Charles de wolf Brom brown nail and it says that this is written in 1853 now I just want to show you this image right here that I found in this book and I you see and it says it's down here says esteem quantum or Squanto the guide and interpreter of colonists so Squanto I've seen other images or hand depicted with negro features I know so let me just call him very dark-skinned right here compared to the white person right here again another depiction here with the Indians know much darker than the European says down has a border encounter all right all right right here as you can see this what do you see here do you remember who you are so-called negro this is you American Indian says Indian settlement I copper colored tribes of America all right 1853 remember this book all right now look at this image right here awesome image and drawing I have some American Indians ancestors hunting for some Solomon says Indians watch for Solomon my ancestors used to do it get the food on their own nature provides it all right another image right here is they're dancing celebrating Indian War than success all right Indian war dance all right so I'm gonna head and flip this image for you right so as you can see another village says macquarie dance in the lower district of Hamer Oh my room for my room all right I think you're getting down all right so I want you to take a look at this image very popular in the Internet as well you guys post you know you can see his hair all right what is that who is that just scalped somebody all right check it out as an Indian warrior alright so again Aboriginal we had all types of hair you see all kinds of depictions and all these different types of books that says description Native American Jose scalp and an ax or tomahawk in the background a Native American takes the scalp from a fallen soldier while other soldiers are shot in a scene of warfare includes bandolier pistol and muskets or guns alright see the whole image right there another one's doing scalping all right you remember the days of war you had the scalp so this is from 1789 alright 1789 I got another image right here wanted to show you all right because I'm on with the chalice was been with the chalice I the drink and stuff and doing whatever it is and I got the fire going back here they like looks like they're partying right so it says burial practices of the natives of Venezuela alright again when the John Carter Brown library archives of early American images and just read the description here a little bit the source was gold goat Lea Tobias will him book utter Holton ubered then mentioned all right and this is from 1819 it says that Yanomami up – Waylon Imus owning first forest burned their dead and crushed the bones remaining in the funeral pyre into ash powder which they then drink to internalize their ancestors power Wow Cordelia Tobias Wilhelm was a barbarian clergyman and naturalist and Osberg this book is an encyclopedic for overview represented scientific knowledge of the time including mankind in its delineation of Natural History I saw delenn you know straight out all right so when he wrote this this is a universe colored source at the time so you can see what how he depicted the American Indians all right no you see couple color right all right so do you remember who you are Venezuela right and I want to show you this image now also have this book it's a German book all right you can see the American Indians is a so-called negro just take a look I see over here look at that see that holding the baby all right and over here all right and this is from a book this is actually in Guatemala all right this isn't water mala and you just say it says a monk called any book stands before Native Americans who offer him riches in the forms of coins rolls of tobacco falutin jewels includes soldiers parasol blow feathered headdresses and Spears alright there's been a 1700 alright originals right here from Central America I I'm in another book all right as we see a scene of a American Indian chasing a buffalo and a horse all right so it's called history of the Indian tribes of North America with biographical sketches and anecdote anecdotes of the principal Chiefs embellished with 100 portraits from the Indian gallery in the water department at Washington by Thomas L McKinney late of the Indian Department Washington in two volumes so this is volume one and this is from 1872 all right so I start with this image right here of this the American Indian woman all right a little closer as you can see clever colored eye and that here says it's tissue sick and Ojibwe woman you know gee wait woman is an American Indian full-blood all right all right so I got this other image right here this American Indian man all right so let's see who it is this is waka TOI a sulky chief sake or Fox tribe sake all right take a good look at him all right I got this other image right here in this book I found of this man is my cat I'm a Czech kiyow kiyow a sake brave all right you got this other image right here this book look at the colors right here look like the tribe of juda colors right you see that alright says that that's wapella a Meskwaki scotty chief all right you see that name is right here it's like a little turban looks like a snake gray coming out right and then it says walk home Hawkeye when it got a Winnebago chief alright alright so remember this is two volumes so again this is the history of the Indian tribes of North America with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal Chiefs all right embellished with 100 portraits from the Indian Gallery in the world apartment at Washington I this is volume 2 now we're gonna go up because right at the beginning of this book it has this image right here I it has this image right here I you see this so-called Negro copper colored tribes of America this is a Seminole Indian nothing is Billy bowls yep Billy bowlegs Seminole chief I see that another image here volume 2 and so this is tout Rohan and yo why warrior your why alright another image right here take a look at this one very cool very detailed that says neo Mon knee and yo why chief as well your why all right you see this cup of color so-called Negro at this image right here very interesting you see his clothing probably Scott or soldiers from the US Army's volunteer while bouncy a kata what T me right another image right here and it says this wah Pasha a suit chief walk by Shah all right all right I want to show you this image now you've probably seen this in color in the internet I just look at their hair these two right here this first ones all right if you seem to colorize image of this these are so-called you know Negros you can see the very dark hue swarthy complexion that they have in the colorized version and these are Indians from California and supposed to beans and in San Jose California and the missions are six Native Americans of the mission of st. Joseph dance to a drum includes tattoos feather headdresses and garments earrings necklaces and dwellings source creator jean-baptiste de bread alright and so started from voyage pictur esky a historic e brazil i so that's a French book alright alright so you see how they get down and tattoos and the color and they put on all right so I want to show you this image very very revealing image of let me just see Sir Walter Raleigh right it says takes the city of st. Joseph I believe this is near Venezuela of an island off the coast of Venezuela and since five casitas or in Trinidad I'm sorry Trinidad and five that's five cut seekers who were chained together at Liberty these are kasi cos you toddies wrestling's African slaves these are kasi cos all right I have another version of this image another book as you can see so-called Negroes right using Africans these are cacique it's cut sink Chiefs cutscene cut cks cut seekers this is from the source of business from the book the world displayed or a curious collection of voyages and travel selected from the writers of All Nations volume four writers from volume four of that book I and against the description says a few European men stand in front of a prison gate next to wish our five Native Americans chained together all right all right so real quick I mean right in the covers is here handbook to life in the ancient my your world lean and be faster all right and she happens have this image here and her covered her book and this is from Bonampak murals all right if you don't know go Google that bonum pock Neuros Bo and a mpa k own um path and on you'll see images like this on the walls and they just found us they went inside a temple you know this what they found inside walls is how they painted themselves the Maya alright so called Negro you are the Maya alright the Nagas the people who went to India and all that I they called you the Nagas the plum serpent or the serpents snake kings just make Kingdom we just found in Guatemalan jungle right of course we're all familiar with the Olmec heads right this here a seven-foot-tall make colossal head in the museo del Popolo here in Veracruz Mexico alright 17 of these colossal rule reporters have been discovered in the Gulf Coast this is a Negro now we know that I take a look at this image right here just want to show you something on so many as you see all kinds of people right you see a lot of light-skinned people up here but then I see a brother right here sitting down do you seeing right here all right and you go down into the water in the boats you see two so-called Negroes right here or darker skinned Indians being taken on a ride by a lighter scan and same thing over here all right and over here and they're being road- so-called Negroes all right says the sea trade mural detail temple of the Warriors and chichén itzá terminal classic period all right that's what they found that all right in this next image is pretty cool I mean you've probably seen this in color going around the internet I've seen it I've shown it a couple of times in my videos I just wanted to show you I just said dreadlocks you see these prisoners down here also have dreadlocks you see that all right you know you can see use a couple of color so-called Negroes all of them all right let me see them in a color it's clear and it says Bonampak mural again Bonin Park mural room two one in part warriors presenters dyeing captives answer says Bonham Park mural room to one of our warriors percent they're dying captures on the play palace steps at the city this famous Miller suggests a more than just riches was involved in such ceremonies in another scene in the throne room tribute bundles are displayed and marked with hieroglyphics indicating the Condon suspect out beans in spondylus shells and so you see how they're bleeding from their fingers they cut the foreskin of the fingers I is that biblical I want to show you this image I am pretty cool image I found here on the John Carter Brown library archive of early American images as you can see here this is the brother right here with the dark complexion next to the all these other Europeans is an American Indian I let me zoom on Syria I can see where he's at alright so this is a negra Falls this is a painting a drawing of Niagara Falls I want to just read the description to you and then the description says view of Niagara Falls with priest monk other European men a Native American all right a Native American or an American Aboriginal wearing feathered headdress and a dog in foreground and in the picture it shows black men slaves and it has a question mark they don't know how to say those are other Indians if so if this Indian is the same color as the so called slaves over here depicted in the picture so the American Indian looks just like these so-called black Slayers right so that's why they have a question mark because ain't trying to tell you straight up all right that is just like the American Indian over here the same people all right so the time period of this is 11751 to 1800 I then a creator says Robert Hancock right again this is from a perspective view of Nagre drawn by Hancock based upon robbers sailors view published in London circa 1751 1770 which in turn derived from the view of the falls first published in Lewes hennepin novel decoded edition 1697 alright continue with the John Carter Brown library archive for early American images and right here we have a Indian American Aboriginal alright maybe zoom out as you can see the show this light-skinned personal European next to the Aboriginal right here you see the difference in hue and this is from an allegorical figure of America supposedly as a woman in Kazakh addressed and incited plans inscribed to the memory of George Washington a Native American child with feathered headdress also stands beside the stone a Native American child I see his skin color and the background is Niagara Falls in the background is Niagara Falls with Native American figures you see them down here decorative elements included American flags bearing tree all right I take a look at this image right here very incredible image hard to find says a family of portal kudos on a journey her name is cements you can see so-called Aboriginal so-called Negroes right right so one should to see that you know I got this book you know you can see where they got the image from and I in a sense here is he some she's a young but the culo who had pointed out the grave loudly expresses this is dissatisfaction when he reached the bones I saw a lot of dropping all these books you know future videos but you know I just want you to see what I'm finding and what I'm seeing here so you can see as well alright go back you know this is what you know this is true alright again a Native American man woman and three children forward a body of water the man carries a bow and arrow or Spears both the man and woman have sex up along and suspended by bands around their heads wooden plugs are inserted to men's and womans lower lips and earlobes alright again this is from Maximilian of Prince bon Maximilian Weald 1867 1820s when he published them the book answer says the name but kudos was given to this tribe by one tweet and refers to the wooden plugs tribe members wore in their lower lip and earlobes alright so that's not even their name that's why he named them alright alright so just want to go ahead and show you this book is called historian at two dollars per se lying I got PDF this is written in 1648 and it's by Francisco's Hye Kyo's Joanne is delighted else medium loot in George Margraff P so we Lim alright and his belief is in Latin for she is but um want to show you the image very soon then as you can see all the fruits and animals in story and not to Dolly's but a seal a arrived from Brazil and so these are the Aborigines on the cover of book this is the colored version all right you can see a black and white version here at John Carter library all right let's go back to the book colored versions you can see so-called Negroes right you can distinguish between this white man right here with this creature white w IG HT right with white and then you see the double regionals here I see the distance and see like a temple and I'm dancing right soon this look beautiful paradise alright you walking sis food everywhere as you're walking towards the temple just like when you go into tallow Michael the Temple of Apollo Michael all right so do you remember who you are and I just want to show you this image as well so let me zoom out now you see there this is a American Aboriginal all right and you see this this is Waterman and it says in the description Native American and watermelons creator Charles do Rochefort and this is from 1658 I miss from historian ax to dolly a medallion there's a less idealist layer America right and Aboriginal and his watermelon all right what what has changed isn't watermelon good I love watermelon we got a lot of it here in Costa Rica and I actually make a lot of it and smoothies hedges so I hate a lot of watermelon now I want to show you this other image right here and I just want to see so you can see the people just look at the people that are being depicted here all right the so-called Negro these are Aborigines aboriginals says here marriage customs of Native Americans of Brazil all right more depictions all right and this is from loose off their world lake in Belleville and sending I assume it's from a Dutch book written in 1643 by Peter the name right Native American women stand before others who dance a man cuts her leg with a knife also includes basket and feathers what are you doing all right and another image from the same book as you can see here another marriage depiction you can see aboriginals the Amaru Khan's all right again this is from Brazil this is in 1681 and actually this one is text describes the marriage customs of the natives of Cuba all right so we just saw the Brazil ones and these are the natives of Quba right from the same book just how they're drawn so they look the same writers the Amaru Khan's the aboriginals I got another image here from the John Carter Brown library archive early American images they have a copy here of this image me zoom out that's an Aboriginal decision water mala all right here's another Aboriginal right here and another one three different Indians eye one is lighter all right let me just give you the description just Native Americans and European percent offerings to a monk includes their offering of both animal skin sugar canes and in fragra told whose blood is collected in the vessel the background volcano erupts and a lama carries the burden up a hill also includes a battle between a lion and a bear a lion and a bear pie a lion and a bear in America a lion now we just did the animal video I would the carnivores and mammals originated here in America I saw it lying lama going up says the mountain and we got three Indians here see their complaint he's a negro so-called Negroes right all right I'm from the Creator which is Thomas Gage and the sources from the book English American has traveled by sea and land right from Thomas Gage and is troubled by seeing in land a book he has all right it's in the Chairman but you can see how they drew the and this was in Guatemala all right so you can see how you drew the aboriginals all right so the description again says Thomas Gage and English Dominican friar reported that the Pokemon Maya all right the Pokemon Maya this is Pokemon Maya all right you see how dark their Pokemon Maya all right you see this this is a Pokemon Maya in my eyes you see how dark this person is right in Maya all right added poison install so the fermented ritual drink called chiva to give a special potency the skin glands of the cane toad bull – contains bufotenin and psychotropic drug time period 16:51 to 1700 this was acquired right so the source date of this picture is 1693 alright 1693 again by Thomas Gage alright so Pokemon Maya right here as you can see Aboriginal so-called Negro a Pokemon Maya any more evidence now this is from the same book from Thomas Gage alright and I from page 264 again that's the book American his travels by sea and land Thomas Gage says Native Americans trash grain using horses also includes sickle wig just as text discusses Harrison of wheat or triticum in Guatemala Thomas Gage and English Dominican friar returned to England after several decades in Spanish America became a partisan and principal adviser to Oliver Cromwell I so this image is from 1700 on his book page 264 again this is alright so again this film is both this is an Indian from Guatemala alright you see them these are all Indians from Guatemala this is how he's the picture and why would he depict him this dark alright if they weren't like that when he saw them this is what he saw when he went there alright and I just want to show you this other picture right here this other image and drawn called the habit of that top boyars I check it out how they look back up a little bit it's from this book right here I am going to read the description to you this is Native American or Tuffle your man and woman of Brazil the woman carries the basket on her back and holds a parrot the man carries it were Clutton Spears in the background I saw the source of this is the collection of origins and travels some now first printed from original manuscripts – all right America Nina's aboriginals of Brazil I see how they're depicted right that Jaguar marks all over them tattoos you see that so this is the book you find that last image I just showed you all right so it's again a collection of boys and travels thumbnail first printed from original manuscript others now first published in English all right I just want to swim into this picture because I've lived in South America they're depicting now you see this all right what do you see here all right elephants and lions you see the feathers right here you see the people what's going on here there's another page in the book as you can see these are some had the habits of Brazilians right it says here Brazilians all right all right so this is the image we just saw on John Carter Brown library all right so look at this st. Vincent Harbor all right so the habit of the top top of yards all right all right so we're in this other book is called the history of the conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards this was originally written in Spanish by Antonia this release I have the Spanish original translated distinguished by Thomas Townsend I is a very old book I just want to take it to an image here all right so I just wanted to show you this image in this book and I found I see this brother right here the so-called Negro this is the Aztec empire bring this one Cortez arrived I just a stick Empire you see these are the mushiya people I see what they look like all right now look at this all right I just wanted you to see the palaces right the monuments the architecture that they had their city all right how it was built all right Spanish didn't come builders it was already there nice one the cartel you see these aboriginals and these metropolis very clean streets fine architecture very populated all right so you see these are the mystique of people and the Aztec empire when they arrived all right again the history of conquest of Mexico by the Spanish this book is from 1724 I'm very scholarly book I just take a look at this image as well I you see I mean what you see here right in the description is gonna tell you that this is a portrait of Moctezuma the second the last emperor of the Machiko or asacs he is shown with feather headdress garments and shield and is holding a spear alright so again alright so again Montezuma right Montezuma now you see back up so you can see lighter skin people you see how dark he is right this from 1625 and it's just from the book Astoria high near Delos a chose that was Castellanos alright bye Herrera and torta torta d just 1625 I'm Tony Loretta alright I got this image right here as well alright just wanna read the description for you says Native American man woman child and baby includes bow and arrows this from John Gabriel Stedman when the book narrative for five years expedition against the revolted Negroes of Surinam alright written in 1818 and the note says both the carrots and arrow works inhabited Serena but the carrots pushed the arrow works out they refer to themselves as the Kalina Kalina Steadman a member of the Scots Brigade in the Netherlands went to Surinam to have repress a revolt of former slaves his book translated to six languages describes among other things the cruel treatment of slaves in that colony all right so this is his representation of Indiana Kariba so and Carib family so when he says Negroes who's he talking about Mutombo slaves who then is slave these are the Negroes all right I just want to show you this image again we're in the John Carter Brown library the archives here of early American images all right and it says that these are all right so figure 102 93 since these are Canadian and on tour and Indians and so hold up 192 money through you see the numbers right here we go so cement 192 and 193 and says 192 right here in the left Canadian and on during Indians I so take a look Canadian and I'm doing Indians what is the difference tell me same people right iron the top it says figure 199 won't ever quit chief and Virginia Indians on the top ever quit chief in Virginia Indians right it'll be more ready all right but you see while we're depicting right here look at this one again when Dorian and Canadian Indians I let me just read the source it says this is from goat Eliot Tobias will him again and German book will tell how to do birth then match in 1819 is the sources image of Virginia Indians derived from Theodore the breeze Amerykah part one plate six and seven and Cordia Toby as well him 17:58 to 1811 was a barbarian clergyman in nationalist in has broke this book is encyclopedic overview represents in scientific knowledge at the time during mankind delineation of Natural History again the same no you know try and fake trans no this is how they looked this is why the depict on like that look Canadian and enduring all right up originals all right all right got another image here all right you see these people all right I know you know somebody you don't agree with the hair but look at their complexion we had all types of hair all right it says 194 and 195 all right 194 and 195 you see the body all right and it says those are Mexican Indians these are Indians of originals of Mexico you see that and then 196 in the bottom what it says here 196 I guess it's both of them right you see different kinds – cannon lights can you see that 196 is Carib Indians all right same people different complexions you see that all right let's go down and says figures 194 and one in five Native American men women children from Mexico also includes men wearing a poncho blanket another man wearing skin cloak had and sandals this is figure 106 Native American men women child from the be honest or sir net includes tattoos sword man smoking a pipe face ornament or elaborate basket arrows and man wearing animal skin this is from 1819 same Tobias go tip and Thomas debris Theodore debris and I once again I once again so you can see the ancestors you know coming different hair times different color skin complexions all right this is the true old world

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  2. This so beautiful 🐻 but you should see what is being done to us🐻 because who we are🐻 Kurimeo I know you know 🐻 being hated on all our life just because of our copper color 🐻they took alot from us🐻and they still ain't happy 🐻I'm from a military family 🐻 going over seas fighting for something 🐻we will never see it🐻or feel it 🐻 freedom 🐻they just killing us off🐻then you gotta worry about 🐻one of your own people killing you for a color 🐻the same color of the flag🐻they hate so much 🐻 then we can't have fun at all🐻they killing turtle island 🐻 with hate🐻nice video once again 🐻 but I'm just s.m.f.h🐻you know knowledge is sorrow 🐻 because we don't know if we will see tomorrow 🐻I keep it real 🐻 facts 💯 nightmare Americona🐻from the hood Aboriginal 🐻 Miami Dade county Florida 🐻my feathers down brah🐻 osiyoooooo 🏹 from one of the Lions of Judah 🐻 better known as yudah🐻yahwhode 🐻💔😭😭😭😭😭

  3. Please do a series on where the less meoinated man came from. Slavic people, Mongloids and the 400 year moorish/Berber transatlantic slave trade. South africa, Moroco? Love the way you come with fact after facts…

  4. I'm aboriginal from Mexico, and I get dark under the son, so dark, it looks copper colored!! This guy is an Agent! Culture Vultures!
    Everything this fool talks about is post 1600 written by devils who can't tell black from brown! We are Not Negro!!! Look in the mirror brother, you pushing wrong knowledge!

  5. When me and my brother we're big into gang banging he got involved with a Mexican gang(sureno 13) and they named him Babyface Indio . We're both creole …

    I feel like they knew something we didn't at the time

  6. Excellent documentary, so much information, well put together anyone can research the info, I just returned from the Pacific Northwest both US and Canada, and they have this term they abuse;(FIRST NATION PEOPLES). The victoria nation museum of history in british Columbia has a exhibit titled Maya the great jaguar rises. It's clear they want to deceive the masses of who the true first people's of the America's are. We have come a long way, but still have much work to do. There are hundreds of shops selling and profiting from so called first nation artifacts and false history. The Pacific Northwest is almost forgotten when it comes to the true aboriginal peoples; not taking anything away from the later mongoloid nomadic tribes who came years later, but claiming them first nation, it frustrates me

  7. Kurimeo this matrix has our people so blind it will take the news to come out an say African Americans your the American Indian. I had to show an group of people Roots was label as fictitious 10 years after movie. That movie hurts us for generations.

  8. Jacob/Yacob may be an incomplete word so what do you think about Yacob(RA)? This would certainly link the chosen line of people with Egyptian history. Yacob = Isreal; RA = Egyptian.
    Notably the word would also form cobra (yaCOBRA)…which would thematically link it to the Americas. The Land of the Plumed Serpent name just made me think that the Egyptian and Isreal thing could be the same thing since the very land was also known by something snake themed (serpent).
    Its something to consider I think

  9. I know they come in many different shades .But most of the pictures you are showing doesn't look like any Negroes I have ever seen in my life bro!

  10. Black Americans won't unite because the are black Americans who still selling each other pushing pan Africanism

  11. The so-called Mexicans, Hispanics, Caribbean Islanders, Latinos, Haitians, and African Americans are all one Nation, one people who are called by many different names to keep us divided. This has been the strategy used by our enemies to control us (divide and conquer). It’s time for us to UNIFY our ranks, and stand together because we are indeed The Chosen People Of The Most High

  12. Phoenician is a language not a people, Olmec heads look like for example! Joe Frazier, Dr. Martin Luther King jr., put their faces next to an Olmec head then tells us who you see. Everyone knows Olmec are the American Indians of South America and the people we see that are in the Southern States of North America. Thanks you for your time against, and as usual your narrator work is 100%…

  13. Powerful , powerful information and presentation as usual. Straight dope keep it lit🔥🔥🔥🔥 salute to you bro

  14. Beautiful video kurimeo.
    All beautiful people.. clothes are Amazing.. many killed off..shipped out..and Bred out.. negros in the Americas today are descendants. Apart from immigrants..

  15. Yea that book you referenced around 26:00 was a whitewashed version. Not complaining brother. Just commenting. GREAT VIDEO as usual:))

  16. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and research. The creator of the Heavens and Earth are pouring out the spirit of truth in a major way. Shalawam family.

  17. I had a taste for a late night snack got up to go look in the frig! 😇😉Lo and behold on the way I run into the most satisfying taste of all😚😚😚☺☺☺ -ANOTHER-LATE-NITE MASTERPIECE by "KK"🔱🛡⚔🏹🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  18. Amazing. Thank you. Also, if you need more evidence on Anubis being in the Americas, or just want to see a really amazing and sacred dance of Mayan Hunters and Warriors with the Ancient Dogs, check this video out. https://youtu.be/qIbs2RrGCyg

  19. Indi indi go indi genous meaning the original ppl, darkskin is the oldest tone on the planet.

  20. Pushing that Negro Movement and looking past the true aboriginals of this land!! Nahua people!! Not Negro!!!

  21. This says that my browser currently doesn't recognize any of the formats available. I guess I'll have to watch later, bummer!!

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