DNA Evidence Inca People of Ecuador
1. Principal DNA Report relied upon
(a) Title: Polymorphic Alu Insertions and the Asian Origin of Native American populations.
(b) Authors: Gabriel E Novick and Colleagues – refer to Bibliography.
2. Précis of the Report’s findings
Close similarity between the Chinese and native Americans suggest regent gene flow from Asia.
3. Corroboration or supporting DNA Reports
(i) DNA of ‘Juanita’ the ice maiden (KyotoUniversity) shows she has ‘Taiwanese’ DNA (Arequipa University Report)
(ii) Fernando Llosa Porras’ book Sechin, Monumento Mito in which he adduces compelling evidence that the people of North Peru came from China
4. Corroboration or supporting reports into ailments or diseases which suggest Chinese arrived by sea
Roundworm, hookworm otherwise common to S E Asia (see Bibliography).
5. Did the first Europeans to reach the area in which the Inca people live find Chinese already there?
Dead ones! (see below) and wrecked junks on Chilean coast (Grotius)
Garcilaso de la Vega (Chinese inPeru and Child)
6. Other evidence showing links with China
‘Peru’ is a Chinese name. Villagers of Eten and Monsefu understood Chinese until a century ago. 100 Peruvian villages have Chinese names to this day. First (British) colonists saw wild elephants (Ecuador/Colombia border) brought by Chinese.
(b) Secondary links with China
(i) Friar Antonio de la Calancha found pictures of Chinese cavalry.
(ii) Chinese body found entombed atTrujillo (Calancha/Loayza).
(iii) Peru shown on European maps before Europeans got there – Waldseemueller 1507, Martellus 1489.
(iv) Chinese chickens found length ofPeru.
(v) Coconuts and bananas (indigenous to S E Asia) found by first Europeans.
(vi) ‘Great wall of Chimu’ built by Chinese.
(vii) Inca pottery with Chinese calligraphy.
(viii) Folklore identical to Chinese – as are divination ceremonies.
(ix) 74 other plants carried to Australasia, etc, etc.
7. Evidence in Synopsis of Evidence on website www.gavinmenzies.net.
Para 2 – 19 inclusive, Annex XXI.
8. Reference in 1421 The Year China Discovered America
Chapter 5 and pages 418-420.