New evidence is increasingly coming to light proving that Columbus was a relative late comer to the New World. Others reached the shores of the Americas thousands of years before Columbus was born. Who were they? Here is the intriguing story. Dr. Alexander von Wuthenau, a white-haired patriarch with a redoubtable intellect resides in Mexico City. After living in Latin America for 36 years, von Wuthenau has devoted his life to studying the mysteries of pre-Columbian art and is without peer in his field. I interviewed the learned professor for many hours in his home recently, and we discussed some of the most controversial and astonishing archaeological findings in recent decades. According to Dr. von Wuthenau, there is significant evidence of Mediterranean and African influences on the "new continent" at a very early time!
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