Friday, May 20, 2016

Windover, Florida Skeletons (5,000 B.C.) DNA Determined to Be European According to Dr. Jospeh Lorenze from the Coriell Institute of Medical Research

Windover, Florida Skeletons (5,000 B.C.) DNA Determined to Be European According to Dr. Jospeh Lorenze from the Coriell Institute of Medical Research

This Windover skull was the only one out of 168 to be photographed, because brain tissue was extracted.  Photos of the skulls were omitted from the archaeological reports because that are identical to those of the European Maritime Archaic (7,000 B.C. - 2,000 B.C).  Subsequently the DNA results were European.

    Anyone who watches shows like "Bones" knows that the first analysis of skeletal remains is the racial I.D and the age that can be determined from the skull shape, sutures and teeth. All of this information was omitted from the archaeological report at the Windover archaeological site, near Cape Canaveral, Florida that yielded 168 well preserved bog skeletons.  The archaeological investigation was headed by Glen H. Doran , former chair of the FSU Anthropology Department.  In 2002, five years after the project was finished, he publishes,  a 300 page report on the site, "Windover Multidisciplinary Investigations of an Early Archaic Florida Cemetery." In the report were pictures of all of the tools and fabrics found with the burials along with single photos of every tooth of all 168 people discovered at the site.  Hidden was the exact size of the individual skeletons.  We do know that they were "dramatically taller than historic Indians in that area." So, how tall is that? This isn't relevant to the conclusion? More strange was that there were no pictures of the skulls. 

     DNA studies were conducted on the skeletons, and this too was mired in vagueness that would make a seasoned politician proud.  Professor Doran wrote:  
     “Since the haplogroup frequency distribution of the prehistoric Windover population is unlike that of any known surviving or prehistoric group, they may represent the only demonstrated instance of the recent extinction of a group of Native Americans with no close surviving relatives.” 
   In other words, these are not Native American, even though he calls them that.  Keep in mind that the archaeologists have DNA samples from all known Indiana tribes, and yet, didn't match any of them. A lost tribe? Ancient Atlanteans? Well, if they're not Native Americans, then who could they be?
   Dr. Jospeh Lorenze from the Coriell Institute of Medical Research was doing the DNA study. Instead of giving up or using the archaeologists favorite phrase for subject matter that doesn't fit in their paradigm, "problematical," he dared to look at European DNA sequences and said:
    “I went back to the screen and I looked at the sequences again, the first person’s DNA it looked European. When I looked at the second one it looked European. When I looked at the third, fourth and fifth it was slightly different from the first two but they looked European.” 


The Evidence of the Migrations of the European Maritime Archaic to North America is Here