In the Ice Age Columbus
DVD, fascinating new archaeological data and DNA research Discover's
that Europeans discovered the Americas 17,000 years prior to the birth
of Columbus. A high definition production, the film takes you on the
journey of a determined family from southwestern France as they cross
3,000 miles of ocean. A drama DVD, which includes the risk of starvation
and treacherous storms, shows these Europeans settling in what is now
the Northeastern United States.
Contrary to the Ice Age Columbus DVD, traditional history tells us that
European settlers discovered America about the time of the Renaissance.
But revolutionary new archaeological data and the latest DNA research
reveal that Europeans visited our shores far earlier -- some 17,000
years before Columbus was even born.
A drama DVD, filmed in glorious high definition, is a two-hour epic
story, which follows an intrepid family of stone age hunters as they
trek from their homeland in southwestern France, cross 3,000 miles of
ocean and eventually make their first permanent settlement in what is
today the northeastern U.S. As you will see in American history DVDs,
they overcome starvation and storms along the way, with the help of a
revolutionary weapons technology they would later be wiped out by the
invading peoples of Asia. But awaiting the pioneers' arrival is a stark,
empty continent, filled with a plethora of bizarre and lethal animals --
all brought to life by brilliant computer animation. The Ice Age
Columbus DVD, firmly rooted in the latest scientific discoveries, is a
compelling vision of the greatest migration in human history of
Europeans returning to the land which once broke off of their own ethnic
home lands of Europe.
Today Anthropologist Archaeologist and Geneticist all agree the
Solutreans( sometimes referd to as ethnic Japhethites) were the first in
North America. Archaeologist and RNA specialist also agree North America
broke off of the side of Europe, and that South America broke off of the
side of Africa.
According to the Bible, Ethnic-Japhethites were the first to North
America. Today archeologist call these Indigenous-Americans (Solutreans).