Atlas of a Lost World: Travels in Ice Age America (2018)
This National Geographic interview. “How long ago did Native Americans arrive here? (Longer ago than we thought.) How did they get here? (Complicated.) What was the nature of the fantastical world they found? Craig Childs, a writer, adventurer and author of ‘Atlas of a Lost World’ has a lot of answers,” writes Michael Powell, a sports columnist.
Few comments by Ken: WHEN (anywheres from 10,000-40,000 years ago; OR, always here?); and, HOW (Bering Land Bridge in Artic, coastal migrations, Atlantic arrival?). Suggested answers: No single arrival date! They came from EVERYWHERE! Clovis people/ Tallahassee, Fla, 14,500 years ago: two solid facts. I predict that many more discoveries will show that that we know hardly anything about all this.
Another thought. I bet that the Anunnaki ALSO come to Northamerica to find gold , especially Canada. In The Lost Realms, Sitchin states: They could have reached South America by sailing westward, around the tip of Africa and across the Atlantic to Brazil; or eastward, around the tip of Indochina and the island archipelago and across the Pacific to Ecuador and Peru. Each route would have required navigational feats and maps of sea routes, such as Piri Re’is. And IF there, why NOT Northamerica, where there is much gold.