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Richard Thornton
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Now this is a surprise.  Both the original Migration Legend of the Creek People and statements by Tomochichi place the original Itza Maya colony in Savannah - not on the Gulf Coast.
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Panagea times places many on east coast which broke up from basque. ?? Did oldest european ancestors from France & Spain mix w Myans & break away as different new tribes of ancient Am r ican Indians... 0- blood type spread from that region. Pnly blood type without primate gene. ~Boni Lou
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The author of this editorial opinion essay has much personal experience with being harassed by the same type of scum, who murdered nine people in a Charleston church.  However, he blames the continuing madness in America on a corruption of spiritual values and points to the Spiritual Path of Native Americans as a healthy alternative.
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The NY Times article was outrageous, but of he same genre and tone that we must endure constantly whenever the NY Times writes articles about events in the Southeastern United States.
The New York Times has apologised if a controversial article on the Berkeley balcony tragedy gave the impression that the victims were to blame.
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You will be rolling in the floor laughing with some of the answers on this quiz, but feeling a touch of sadness on others.   The quiz is about the behind-the-scenes events of 2012 associated with the Mayas in Georgia Controversy.
Since December 2012, life has not been good for the members of the US Forest Service bureaucracy, Eastern Band of Cherokees bureaucracy and Oklahoma Muscogee-Creek bureaucracy, who participated in the doomed, “Maya Myth Busting in the Mountains” campaign. The EBC is facing a default on over a ...
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Read the eloquent words of the High King of the Creek Confederacy that have not been seen by anyone in 280 years.  They are part of the newly discovered original copy of the "Migration Legend of the Creek People."
Native American Brainfood. Readers are going to be getting many surprises as a result of the discovery of the original Migration Legend of the Creek People. For example, the four original members of the Creek Confederacy were the Georgia Apalache (Apalachicola in Spanish, Conchaqui in French), ...
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See the original cover letter of Migration Legend of the Creek People that has been lost for 280 years.  The entire, original Migration Legend is currently being transcribed.  I am putting in long hours at it, but it is a work of love and astonishment.
Yesterday I had the singular honor of being the first American and Native American in 280 years to view the original Migration Legend of the Creek People. It was recorded by Colonial Secretary, Thomas Christie, from Mary Musgrove's translation of High King Chiliki's speech on June 7, 1735.
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The Conibo People of Peru still today make dyed clothing with patterns identical to what one sees on Swift Creek pottery from 1800 years ago. There is definitely a South American connection!
Since 2011, DNA testing of modern Native American descendants combined with linguistic analysis of indigenous words, recorded by the early French and Spanish explorers, have resulted in a radically different understanding of the Southeast's Native peoples. Forgotten Peoples of the Southeastern ...
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The first person to guess the right identity for these artifacts gets a free copy of "The Forgotten History of North Georgia."
The dating and classification of artifacts can be tricky, especially if one is working from a professional body of knowledge that fossilized in the late 20th century. The two ceramic containers in the photo on the left obviously have the standard form of Deptford Style Ceramics, ...
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Photographic proof has been found in the archives of the University of North Carolina that the Cherokee religion of conjuring demons derived from Zoroastrianism.  You will be amazed at the eyewitness encounters of the author with demonic worship on the Cherokee Reservation.
In this photo from the 1850s or 1860s, a very old Junaluska appears to have lost a leg to amputation. He died in 1868. – From the Barden Collection at UNC. Junaluska (Tsunu'lahun'ski) was the spiritual leader of a band of Cherokees, living outside the Cherokee Nation in the Maggie Valley, ...
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Part of the newly discovered, original "Migration Legend of the Creek People."  These words have not been read in 280 years.
Native American Brainfood. Readers are going to be getting many surprises as a result of the discovery of the original Migration Legend of the Creek People. For example, the four original members of the Creek Confederacy were the Georgia Apalache (Apalachicola in Spanish, Conchaqui in French), ...
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The staffs of HRH Prince Charles,  the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta and the Archbishop of Canterbury removed major "road blocks"  in the long search by a team of Native American professionals and professors. Images of the Migration Legend of the Creek People will displayed to the public later this year at the Funk Museum at Reinhardt University in Waleska, GA.
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We are curious to learn how well the Georgia archaeologists, who sarcastically attacked the Maya In Georgia thing, would do.
In 2012 a controversy was raging in the media, concerning a previously little known archaeological zone in the Georgia Mountains,named the Track Rock Terrace Complex. In December 2011, an article in the Examiner announced that the stone ruins were probably built by Itza Maya immigrants.
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