July 13, 2017

Clarifying the Out-of-Africa Migrations... .



The out-of-Africa paradigm that early Africans traveled overland to the far reaches of the world needs to be modified to reflect the  more natural patterns of migration, which would have occurred along the Indian Ocean shores. The Dravidians of India, Indonesian, and Pacific Island Black people emerged from natural generation-to-generation migrations of Africans following the coastlines. In some cases, Monsoon storms would have transposed lost boaters across the expanse in short periods.