by Richard L. Thornton, Architect & City Planner
American anthropology does have its eccentricities. For about four years now, we have known that the famous Paracus skulls in Peru did not belong to American Indians, who migrated from Siberia across the Bering Strait land bridge. Yet most anthropological texts and documentaries still insist that all indigenous Americans originated in Siberia and crossed a land bridge to Alaska in order to reach the Americas.
They do not mention the fact that genetic analysis has determined that Sammi-like Eurasians lived at Windover Pond, FL, Polynesians occupied Baja California from Los Angeles southward, Australoids were the first people to live in the Amazon Basin and that the Uchees always claimed to have reached the mouth of the Savannah River by crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
The Parakusas or Paracas People began as a supertall race with massive skulls on the north shores of the Black Sea. Their DNA was entirely different than American Indians. Many migrated northwestward until they occupied southern Sweden and the Danish archipelago. Apparently, a considerable number either sailed the North Atlantic to the Americas or followed the edge of the North Poles’s Ice cap. A large Parakusa town on the Etowah River in Georgia’s Allatoona Mountains was excavated by archaeologists Robert Wauchope in 1939 and Joseph Caldwell in 1947. No one seems to know what happened to the 1000+ skeletons. Parakusas formed the elite of the Proto-Creeks in Georgia, the early civilizations in Mexico and on the Pacific Coast of Peru. They were probably elsewhere in the Americas, but their presence is not as well documented.
In her email about the riots at the National Capitol, Vivi the French Courtesan, reminded me that she had been astonished to see a large painting of the Marquis de Lafayette in the corridor leading to the House of Representatives. French history books spend about two sentences on Lafayette’s five years in the American Revolution. They also don’t tell you that Thomas Jefferson wrote about half of Lafayette’s “Declaration of the Rights of Mankind and Its Citizens” then later saved Lafayette from the guillotine.
So what does that trivia have to do with Native Americans? In reading the French Wikipedia’s article on Lafayette, I came across a paragraph, which stated that he was highly self-conscious of his odd shaped head. His forehead “sloped back like a ancient Egyptian pharaoh and the back of his skull overhung his neck.” I looked at some photos and his death mask. By golly, he was a hybrid conehead. His skull was identical to those skulls in Peru, Mexico and the eastern United States that are either labeled Hybrid Parakusas or artificially deformed.
These types of skulls are also found in Southeastern France, where the Goths, Burgundians and Lombards settled after migrating out of southern Sweden. The conehead region of France was in the former provinces of Burgundy, Auvergne and Languedoc. Sure enough, Lafayette was born in Auvergne. These region was always a thorn in the flesh for the Roman Catholic Church, because the Goths and Lombards, plus thousands of earlier Roman Christian refugees resisted a state religion with elaborate liturgy. Several hundred thousand people have been killed in the region over the centuries in the name of religion.
Little mention is given to the fact that the purges were primarily of “coneheads” so in reality, this was more of a replicative ethnic cleansing. This region was also where the greatest concentration of French Huguenot Protestants lived and live today. My Huguenot ancestors came from Lyon. At least 150,000 French Protestants were killed during the 1500s and another 300,000 fled France in the 1500s and 1600s. So we can assume that many of the Huguenots, who fled to the British North American colonies, carried the conehead genes with them.
One of Europe’s best kept anthropological secrets
I was not aware that the Paracas People lived anywhere but Peru, Mexico and Georgia until I began re-examining color slides taken around Oaxaca, Mexico. My girlfriend and camping companion in Oaxaca was a French Huguenot architecture student from Lyon . . . Yvette. I wrote down in my journal that she had gorgeous strawberry blond hair that grew in an unusual spiral pattern on her head. I also wrote down that she had a regal aura to her. She claimed to be descended from the ancient royalty of Burgundy. It was only in examining color slides that had sat in a storage tray most of my adult life that I realized that she was indeed a conehead.
The fact that a significant portion of Europe’s post-Roman population and in the Creek Heartland of North America was another race, which originated north of the Black Sea is generally ignored by history and mainstream history books. To date, there has been no effort to identify the Parakusa genes among Creek and Seminole descendants. Commercial labs do not label them as Indigenous American.
The big surprise coming in the next video on Tabasco
I am almost finished with the video on Tabasco and the Olmec Civilization. It has been an intellectual challenge because much of what is the official anthropological orthodoxy on the early civilizations in southern Mexico just do not jive, when you examine them deductively. I finally came to the conclusion that the so-called Olmec Civilization was not the product of one ethnic group, but several peoples, who arrived in the region over a period of a thousand years or more. Coneheads apparently were the elite . . . for at least part of the time . . . but there were many others from many places. This video will soon be posted on the People of One Fire Youtube channel.
Oh, there is no question about it. The artisans of this civilization created several stone statues of humanoids, who were Homo Erectus, not Homo Sapiens. Homo Sapiens people do not have protruding jaws like a chimpanzee.