Musical entertainment from your ancient homelands in Peru and Scotland.
The indigenous peoples, encountered by the 16th century European explorers in the present day Southeastern United States were NOT full-blooded Asiatic peoples, who originated in northeastern Siberia. Their hybrid ancestry was partially from Siberia, but not entirely. The Uchee, Mvskoke, Southern Siouan and Panoan languages show strong influence from pre-Indo-European languages in Northwest Europe. Most of the petroglyphs in the Georgia Gold Belt can be found in the gold-bearing region of southwest Ireland and in southern Scandinavian. Several glyphs that first appeared in Sweden around 2000 BC can be found on the Track Rock Petroglyphic Boulders near Blairsville, GA . . . which is also in the Gold Belt. The Panoan languages of Peru carry some basic words, which are still root words in the Scandinavian and English languages today.
Well, let’s put it this way, the Mvskoke word for water, ue, is the same word as used for water among the Pre-Gallic peoples on the Atlantic Coast of France. That couldn’t be an accident. The name of the Uchee People is pronounced the same as the Pre-Gaelic word for water in Ireland. The Itsate Creeks alternatively labeled the Uchee, the Okv-te or Water People.
I was writing a straightforward article on the subject, when I came down with a very nasty infection carried by mites and fleas on wild rodents, such as the Wood Rat. I am having to sleep a lot now and just don’t feel like writing. In the meantime, POOF is providing you some musical entertainment so you won’t be to angry.
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