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Chegsyboy Post time: 2012-7-12 13:23
Native Americans (North and South) have their racial origins in China, it's true. There was a migrat ...
First of all, you should learn geographic before commenting here. Second, since I can see the lack of knowledge from you about the history of The Native Americans let me give you a short lesson. Native Americans from the South were not Chinese. This culture was developed centuries ago in a larger region of the Andes. Inca was called as this was the name that the Andean people gave the emperor. Was slow to evolve, but was known for his artistic skill, inventive genius and knowledge of science, agriculture, metallurgy and ceramics.
Location: His empire was located in South America from Quito (Ecuador) to the river Maule (Chile).Legendary Origin: The sun god (INTI) sent his two children Manco Capac and Mama COLLO to civilize, placed near Lake Titicaca to the holy city founded (CUSCO).The Incas were a tribe indigenous Aymara race, probably coming from the shores of Lake Titicaca (Bolivia), and at an unknown date emigrated to the southern highlands of Peru, where he founded its capital, Cuzco ("Navel of the World" in the Quechua language of the Incas) "
There are numerous versions of the origin of the Incas. According to the myths and archeology, the Inca civilization called the Tawantinsuyu, meaning "The four parts of the world." There is evidence of a long occupation, and 1,000 years BC agriculture existed. Before the rise of Tawantinsuyu, there were different ethnic groups, such as Ayarmaca, the Alcavizas and Sahuasiray, some of whom have been better identified than others. Differentiating myths of the Incas, and are considered as independent groups.