Based on a comparison of archeological remains and pottery styles, Estrada and the American archeologist Betty Meggers suggested that a relationship between the people of Ecuador and the Jomon people of Japan had existed in ancient times, .Estrada and Meggers theorized that these original Japanese had conducted trans-Pacific trade with the Americas.
Without pottery it is impossible for the people to boil food, everything would have had to be roasted.
Improving the taste, variety, and preparation of food, is one of the first things people normally attend to.
Those wishing to pursue an understanding of the Human Journey, and Specifics of the ancient East African migrations, which led to Modern Man's colonization of the entire world; please visit the National Geographic – Genographic Project – Atlas of the Human Journey. During the initial time, there was a long and steady period of development in the region, and this development coincided with a constant increase in population.
https://www3.nationalgeographic.com/genographic/In South America, it is in Ecuador that we find the first evidence of an actual "Culture" in terms of art forms. Although the great cities and some of the other major cultural activities, that would later develop farther south, were not found in Ecuador, there was nevertheless, a considerable cultural accomplishment there.
Crossing the Atlantic and then going overland, while possible, seems unlikely, and does not jibe with other aspects.
Click here for the story of the Egyptian ship-wreak in Australia. C, that we first see the effects of Olmec culture and technology having filtered south, in that datable pottery, is now known to exist in South America - at Valdivia.
Caral city was comprised of six pyramids (or platform mounds), two plazas, an amphitheatre, and ordinary houses.
It is speculated that the city sustained itself by cotton farming; this was accomplished by building canals to irrigate cotton fields with river water.
She is also founder and director of the Archeological project Caral. The Norte Chico people were apparently very peaceful people, no evidence exists of weapons or defensive fortifications, and no evidence exists of Human sacrifice.