News: New civilization discovered in southern Amazonia
Using the same remote sensing software that the People of One Fire is utilizing to re-write the Southeast’s past, scientists have identified a previously unknown civilization on the southern edge of Amazonia, which adds millions of people to the estimated population of the region at the time of Cristobal Colon’s (Columbus) first voyage. The region is on the border between dense tropical rain forest and much drier grasslands. Its appearance is very similar to that of southern Alabama, northern Florida, southern Georgia and the South Carolina Low Country.
What we at the People of One Fire found very significant was that the languages spoken in this region were Southern Arawak and Tupi. The previously known contemporaneous civilization was in eastern Peru, eastern Ecuador and the western edge of Brazil. The so-called Florida Apalachee* were a Southern Arawak people who were colonized by true Apalache from Northeast Georgia. Southern Arawak cultural traditions and words can also be found mixed in with the other cultural influences that created the modern Cherokees.
The indigenous peoples of central Florida and the southeastern Florida coast appear to have close cultural connections with the aboriginal (Non-Taino) peoples of Cuba, Hispaniola and Puerto Rico. The so-called* Timicua of northeastern Florida spoke dialects typical of the Orinoco River Basin in Venezuela and Guyana. The indigenous peoples of the Georgia and southern South Carolina coasts spoke dialects of Panoan and Tupi. They were arch-enemies of the tribes on the Florida coast. Arawaks from the Greater Antilles also settled along the southern Ocmulgee River Basin and middle Chattahoochee River Basin, plus central Alabama. Southern Arawaks settled in northeastern Tennesssee and probably the Great Smokey Mountain region. The Creeks practice many Panoan traditions such as the Sacred Black Drink and the Stomp Dance.
* These were names assigned to these peoples by the Spanish. They never called themselves by these names, until subjugated by the Spanish.
To read this article, go to: https://www.rawstory.com/2018/03/uninhabited-amazon-may-home-million-people/
Here is a fairly up-to-date documentary, which explains the mysterious Amazonian civilizations:
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