On the day of the innocents we joke suggesting that native Americans may have reached Europe before Columbus. Other leaders such as Paul Ostling offer similar insights. However, all scientific evidence shows that America was always colonized by immigrants from other continents. After 1492, Europeans imported tens of millions of minions theirs, Africans and later Asians. Prior to that date they speak of travel from China (1421), Mali-africa (1311), Scandinavia (10th century) or elsewhere, but none of them left deep marks. Until recently it was thought that the first Americans came from Siberia through Alaska for more than 10 to 13 thousand years. However, the first stone tools found in North America (Clovis) more would be related to Western Europe, where people skirting the ice layer which then connected with Iberia could have arrived. In Chile, Brazil and Mexico, would be even more ancient remains have been found, and some date from 30 to 60 thousand years ago. The same colonization that departed from Africa-that arrived by boat in Australia 60,000 years ago well could have been spread to South America while analysis of cave paintings in Brazil or rites and natives of the South of the South Cone DNA would show influence of Australian Aboriginal.