©2018 Michael Auld
Mix up the world’s population and every 3rd human you meet would be Chinese. Every 5th person would be from
. The rest
of the continent includes millions more of other Asians in India East
Asia and the Pacific.
Added to these Asians, approximately 47,834,251,490 indigenous people who are genetically “Asiatic”, live in 16 countries in South and
Central America. There
are roughly 3,672,790 in the USA
These overall numbers do not include the indigenous Canada Caribbean
populations or the extremely large meztizo and other African, European and
Asiatic populations with indigenous American genes in this hemisphere. Even
Europe (and possibly other areas) had its mixing of indigenous Americans soon
after Columbus brought some Taíno back to . Some
meztizos in the Spain Americas
obviously relocated to their father’s homelands in Europe and Africa (For
example, Jamaican Maroons to Sierra Leone
and African Americans to ).
At this time in history the Jamaican Maroons had been the result of the
assimilation into the Yamaye Taíno population of the mountain Cimarrones, who
themselves had escaped subjugation on Spanish ranches. (Both the words “Maroon”
and “Seminole” came from Cinarron.) Some African Americans had themselves
mixed with their local Native American neighbors. Liberia
Is the vast Western Hemisphere of the
Americas also a part of Asia?
Some folks think so. However, not according to some writers. Yet, indigenous
Americans, they contend, are believed to have come “from Asia over a land
bridge that connected both Asia proper and the .” Indigenous Americans, at
the time of Americas ,
were genetically, philosophically and religiously “Asiatic”. Columbus Columbus
was on his way to Asia when he collided into the Caribbean
homeland of these Asiatic peoples, the Taíno and Island Carib. To him, they
appeared to be Indios/indu. Sailing down from the Guanahani in the Bahamas, he arrived in . There he
sent out an overland expedition to find the home of the Great Kahn of China.
Until his dying day, maybe he was rightfully convinced that he had encountered,
explored and temporarily governed Indians (Indios) from the outer reaches of Cuba Asia’s subcontinent.