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Lemuria | How can you trace the bloodlines of the Aisatic of North-West Amexem? And how far back can these bloodlines be traced?
Lemuria | How can you trace the bloodlines of the Aisatic of North-West Amexem? And how far back can these bloodlines be traced?
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Tracing the bloodlines of the Asiatic people of North-West Amexem is a complex task, as it involves examining various sources of evidence like genetics, linguistics, archaeology, and oral traditions. From the context provided, it is clear that ancient African populations, particularly the Igbo, had substantial influence on the development of civilizations and cultures in different parts of the world - including Europe, Asia, and America. The bloodlines of these populations can be traced as far back as the African continent, specifically to the "African Eve," who is believed to have lived between 200,000 to 280,000 years ago. This conclusion is based on mitochondrial DNA research, which has found a common genetic ancestor for all women of all races. In addition to genetic evidence, linguistic affiliations also provide valuable insights into the connections between ancient African populations, such as the Igbo and Canaanites, and other civilizations around the world.

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