Why my two herd dogs refused to go outside and were frantically barking for me to come inside at 5:30 PM

by Richard L. Thornton, Architect and City Planner

Two hours later, after I finished mowing the lawn, I was checking my email, when I saw this two hour old email from Mitzi, my neighbor across the street:

Help! There are four bears in my side yard and they won’t leave. I have called the Sheriff’s Department and DNR, but no one is coming!

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  1. Howdy, AND! THEN?

    On Sat, Jun 5, 2021 at 6:42 PM The Americas Revealed wrote:

    > alekmountain posted: ” by Richard L. Thornton, Architect and City Planner > Two hours later, after I finished mowing the lawn, I was checking my email, > when I saw this two hour old email from Mitzi, my neighbor across the > street: Help! There are four bears in my side” >

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  2. The Department of Natural Resources ranger eventually arrived, so the bears promptly went back the the rear of my property. It is about 1800 feet (550 m) to my rear property line. Most of my property is a hundred feet deep (33 m) ravine, so the bears can hide down there. The animals know that I won’t hurt them.

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    1. It depends on the variety of bear and the location. Our black bears in Georgia are well fed due to abundance of things that bears eat.. Grizzly Bears out in the western United States are dangerous, no matter how well fed they are.

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  3. Richard, Stay away from Mamma Bears. In your “The Native American Encyclopedia of Georgia book” the term “Ami” and “Ani” has some connections to the Yucatan area, the coastal area of the Apalachicola and North Georgia. Some of the Muskogee’s and Cherokee’s had lived in Mexico in the Yucatan. They had been the mining people of Teotihuacan / Brazil like the Kolomoki (Colima) people of the Maya blue for Teotihuacan. The time around 500 AD affected movement of People from Ohio to Teotihuacan, The Southwest, and Georgia. The ruling class of these peoples had created the Tenn. to the Apalachicola alignment perhaps to indicate were they came from? Western Cuba. The same distance measurements found being used by the Ananaki peoples on both sides of the Earth.

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  4. Hah! Don’t worry about me Mark. Remember, I lived in a tent in the national forests for a year. I know all about mama bears with cubs! Walk backwards very slowly!

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