Tecumseh crater and the lost Great Chickasaw [peer reviewed]

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Re: Tecumseh crater and the lost Great Chickasaw [peer revie

Postby Kalopin » Wed Sep 21, 2016 4:24 pm

[...currently, this research is awaiting further scientific data, including lidar, core samples, spectrometer readings,...]

11/27/2016-
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Beringia...
http://www.stewartsynopsis.com/washitaw.htm

In 1993, the United Nations Center for Human Rights, recognized the Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Muur Empire as the Oldest Indigenous group of people on Earth...


...we are living under another ideological part of American Revisionist History. Also, the following undermines the whole breadth and depth of what is written in American history books...


...The Washitaw were direct descendants of the Olmecs who mixed in the Malian Moors...


Over 200,000 ancient pyramids and huge mounds of the Earth in the shape of cones, animals and geometric designs can still be found from the southern coast of America to Canada. These structures were built by people known as "The Mound Builders." They were dark-skinned woolly-haired Blacks who were indigenous (native) to North America and kin to the Olmecs of South America...

During Pangea, the Afrikan and American continents were joined. The Black Mound Builders were the Washitaw-Muurs (Ouachita-Moors), the ORIGINAL inhabitants of North and South America...

He [purposely?] leaves out the Mississippians, who were the forefathers of the Chickasaw, also "mound builders", who, I believe were here even before the Olmecs...


http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-le ... bes-005774

Several Native American tribes have passed down legends of a race of white giants who were wiped out...


http://msgw.org/pontotoc/wpa/wpaindianstribes.htm

...As a race the Chickasaws were tall and erect, and robust...
...Bartram said: "As a moral man, they certainly stand in no need of European civilization. They are honest, liberal, and hospitable to strangers; considerate, loving and affectionate to their wives and relatives; fond of their children; industrious, frugal, temperate and persevering; charitable and forbearing. I have been weeks and months among them in their towns, and never observed the least sign of an Indian beating his wife or even reproving in anger. In this case the stand as examples of reproof to the most civilized nations, as not being defective in justice, gratitude, and good understanding; they are industrious, frugal, careful, loving, and affectionate."

Lawson said," They will endure a great many misfortunes, losses and disappointments without showing themselves the least vexed and uneasy"...

http://www.tolatsga.org/chick.html

...From their closely related languages, the Chickasaw and Choctaw appear to have been part of the same tribe when they lived west of the Mississippi River. Afterwards, they went separate ways...


https://www.chickasaw.net/Our-Nation/Hi ... -Past.aspx

...But archaeologists who have studied Southeastern prehistoric human remains and artifacts believe that the ancestors of the Chickasaws and most other Southeastern tribes were the highly centralized, mound-building Indians of the so-called Mississippian Period...

...there is so much misinformation and misunderstandings, due to so much war and catastrophe, that it will be difficult to know what had actually occurred, [...without first understanding why the north American continent had become so devoid of life to "begin" with...], [approx. 13kya-YDB, & what ended the Clovis culture, & the reason the Chickasaw ceded their land ;-]...


12/5/16-
Re: Beringia

Postby Kalopin » Mon Dec 05, 2016 8:16 pm
http://www.ancient-origins.net/myths-le ... bes-005774
[color=#0000BF]“They excelled every other nation which was flourished, either before or since, in all manner of cunning handicraft—were brave and warlike—ruling over the land they had wrested from its ancient possessors with a high and haughty hand. Compared with them the palefaces of the present day were pygmies, in both art and arms. …”
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