The Mande were farming millet and other crops in West Africa in 6500-5000 BCE.
Temples in Peru and Sudan are much older than the Parthenon.
People in Mississippi, Illinois and Mexico traded with each other and exchanged ideas and symbols, as the the sea-faring Ecuadorians did with Costa Rica and western Mexico.
A small-statured Black people built the oldest civilization in southeast Asia, leaving megalithic temples and statuary in south India, Cambodia, Sumatra and other Indonesian islands.
Archaeology shows that the earliest formative influences on ancient Egypt came from Sudan and the Sahara, not the “Middle East.”
The oldest megalithic calendar in the world has recently been discovered in the Egyptian Sahara, dating back to 7000 years ago. European megaliths may have an African origin.
Polynesian mariners had begun navigating by the stars and settling the vast ocean expanses of the Pacific islands before the time of Moses.”