Bottom line, you don't decide what PPL. can and can't embrace.<quoted text>
...which has nothing to do with any African Sumerian fantasies, African Olmec fantasies, or mythical Sirius Dogon discoveries.
You haven't placed anything but already debunked and dismissed garbage. No evidence to found anywhere within vanishing distance....
What intrigues me is how you manage to continue to delude yourself into thinking that these fantasies somehow constitute as viable material to anyone who is earnestly seeking fact.
No, calling Sumerians "African" is dishonest scholarship, as these people are quite plainly non-African to anyone with functional ocular capabilities.
I don't see the resemblance.
As for Africa, what are you talking about "put Africa in a box or cut her off"?
What does that statement even mean, which scholars are you referring to, and what does that have to do with Sumerians, Olmecs, and other proven-false tales?
No one has to see things ur way. I'm not here to convince you. you can say I can't(and that's ok)