Footnote on the footnote about Mesoamerican giants
Karla Atkins brought up a valid point. The Book of Genesis mentions giants also as being descended from mysterious beings that came down from the sky. The short video on Mesoamerican Giants was intended to present all the facts and Mesoamerican legends without getting too much into speculation. The problem is that the internet is awash with doctored photos and speculations from people, who really know very little about the cultural history of the Americas. They always leave out important information like that it was normal for several Southeastern tribes to be extremely tall and that there are no DNA test markers for the Southeastern indigenous peoples.
The DNA of the Paracusa People, who were the ancestors of the Super-Tall peoples of Mexico and the “nobility” of the Creeks was found last year to originate in the region between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea in the Middle East. Given that their skulls ARE different than other homo sapiens, I agree that they should be at least considered another race, if not another hominid species. If their ancestors came from another planet is right now a speculation, but that question may be answered in the future.
Surviving Tall Mexican Indians also celebrate the Green Corn Festival
Although this fact was briefly mentioned in Part Two of the Teotihuacan series, I probably should have mentioned it again. The surviving tribes in Mexico, whose villages look like Muskogean villages in the Southeast, also celebrate the Green Corn Festival and begin their calendar on the Summer Solstice.
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