Prehistoric Africans Populated Greece? Part 2: Minoans in Crete
Bull-jumping: From 7400 BC Turkey, 
in the ancient Catal Huyuk, James 
Mellaart found the human remains 
and paintings [1] of the world’s oldest 
settlement. Its population, he said,
was African. Over 4000 years later, in
1700 BC, bull-jumping was found in 
frescoes in Egypt’s Tell el-Abad’a [2, 3]. Over 4000 years later also found in 1600 BC among 
the Minoans of Crete [6]; and 9000 years later among the Hamar tribe of Ethiopia [4. 5].
Solar hieroglyph: An Egyptian hierogpyph for the sun is the encircled dot. Such is 
found on both cheeks of a Grecian Euboean of 2800 BC [8]. So 
incredible is this fact that the present author included the 
web page it is found [7] as proof it’s true. All the more 
remarkable for it is on both cheeks of a Ghananian figure 
of 4300 years later in 1500 AD [12]. Both [8, 12] were incised.
Tiger-stripped Neolithic females: In Greece, figure [9], an 
early Isis / Madonna figure of mother holding child is found 
dating to before 4000 BC. Her painted tiger-stripped body 
[9] is identical to that found among the Tasilli (I think this 
would be Ta Seti) of the Sahara pre-dating 4000 BC [13].
Minoan and Egyptian Scripts same: [10] is taken from 
the discovery of Author Evans of their genetic relationship.
Minoan Linear A related to Niger-Congo and Bantu
Languages of Africa: Dr. Clyde Winters has written
extensively on and  long ago established the genetic 
relationship between these two languages.
Neolithic African Script (see 11): Graham Campbell-
Dunn, in Who Were the Minoans? An African Answer,  
(AuthorHouse, 2006), proves that Linear A and B scripts are 
derived from a system of signs which originated in Africa in 
the Neolithic Period [11]. Dunn discusses many similarities 
between the Minoans and Fulani herdsman including 1) the use of the double ax as a 
symbol for the storm god; 2) palaces where the main courtyard serves as a market; 
3) fertility cults and worship of snake goddesses.