Humans are very migratory when it comes to searching for a better life or to increase material gain. Maybe these two things are one in the same.
The migrant caravan coming up from Central America in hopes of entering the USA is full of sad stories and sights. Those poor people are looking for a better life and are willing to risk the danger and endure the hardships of a long migration. By the way, if you want to read a good book about modern day Spanish immigrants and the paranormal, I would suggest “Out on Foot: Nightly Patrols and Ghostly Tales of a U.S. Border Patrol” by Rocky Elmore.
Researchers have long believed that the first migrants to America came across the Bering Strait when it was frozen over during the last Ice Age. These early migrants were no doubt looking for a better life. Anyone who proposed a theory that maybe the first migrants to America came across on canoes from either the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans was quickly ridiculed for going against the main stream train of thought.
Well new finds in the field of archeology are now blowing holes in the Bering Strait first American camps. Spear points found here in Central Texas predate the Clovis points and tools once touted as the devices belonging to the first American migrants. They indicate that the Clovis people were not the first Americans. Speculation now has it that the first Americans landed on the Pacific Coast in canoes.
Read the full story here: Stone Spear Tip May Be from First Americans