Residents of Krasnoyarsk settled America 18 thousand years ago. Жители Красноярска заселили Америку 18 тыс лет назад

America continents were opened by siberians. Columbus missed the 20 thousand years. Indians and Siberians – brothers, the Siberian American fraternity. In Chile, Monte Verde 18.5 thousand years ago, settlers from Siberia bred bonfire. The ancestors of the ancient Americans migrated from Siberia. They came from the banks of the Yenisei River 23 thousand years ago and settled in America, right down to the southern tip.
Tourist club hike to commits village, where found the ancient lunar calendar and do more tours inside Siberia. Khakassia Yenisei people reached through the Bering Strait to Alaska and settled in the Americas. 10 thousand years ago, Khakassia people brought Bering Strait Na-Dene language. Na-Dene language transmits to the American descendants of Apache and Navajo peoples. Scientists from Alaska compared the sound spectrum of words from the languages of America and the Khakasia language (ancient residents on Yenisei river near Krasnoyarsk)
Compare, for an example, the names of geographical objects Bogotol ( Krasnoyarsk) – Bogota (Venezuela), Karakol gorge in Asia and the Caracol waterfall in Brazil. Karakol – Turkic phrase “black water, river, lake”. Krasnoyarsk club tourists make summer trips to the ancient habitats Khakases

karakol
Хакасы с Енисея дошли до Берингова пролива и через Аляску заселили обе Америки. 10 тыс лет назад хакасы принесли в Беренгиню язык на-дене. Это язык передался их американским потомкам народам апачи и навахо. Ученые с Аляски сравнивали звуковой спектр слов из языков народов Америки и языка хакасов (древнесибирскими жителями Енисея в районе Красноярска)
Для примера приводится названия географических обьектов Боготол – Богота, Каракол ущелье в Азии и Каракол водопад в Бразилии. Каракол – по-тюркски чёрная вода, река, озеро. Красноярский клуб туристов совершает летние походы по древним местам обитания хакасов

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