Video: New March 2019 report on Paracas skull DNA
The cone shaped type of Paracas skull is identical to that of the Satlile king at the mouth of the Satilla River on the Georgia coast.
The latest video from Brien Foerster in Peru does an excellent job of explaining the many differences between the Paracusa People and standard indigenous Americans. Their actual name was Paracusa, which is a Panoan word, which means “Ocean-strong (or elite).” The Satile were also Panoans. Captain René de Laudonnière, commander of Fort Caroline, stated that the name of the king was Satiuriwa. That was actually his title. Satiuriwa is a Panoan word, which means, “Colonists-king.” Until the 1700s, the official title of proto-Creek kings was Paracusa.
The young women of the Satile were required to sacrifice their first born sons to their king . . . presumably for him to eat. As mentioned in earlier articles, it was also customary in Central Mexico for kings and priests to eat the flesh of sacrificed babies and children.
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