by Richard L. Thornton, Architect and City Planner
The date of this woman’s skeleton is highly significant. It coincides with the approximate date of the Nyköping Petroglyphs, Scandinavia’s oldest writing system. Symbols identical to those at Nyköping appear on famous petroglyphic boulders at several locations in the Northeast Georgia Mountains such as Track Rock Gap, the Nacoochee Valley, the Tugaloo River and Chimney Mountain. In addition, the Tugaloo and Chimney Mountain petroglyphs portray Swedish Copper Age and Bronze Age sea craft, plus Northern European nautical symbols.
When the grave of an approximately, 35 year-old women was discovered in Norrland, Sweden, artists portrayed her as a stereotypical modern Swedish woman with blue eyes, blond hair and very fair complexion. The painting looked quite similar to the photo of my long-time Swedish friend-with-benefits, Susan Karlson, at her 35th birthday on July 6, 2000.
Then geneticists at the University of København and the University of Uppsala begin telling anthropologists and historians that they had it all wrong! The aboriginal people of Sweden were Eurasians with black hair, brown eyes, tan skin, pronounced cheek bones and epithelial eye-folds!
These Neolithic, Copper Age and Bronze Age peoples were the ancestors of the Sami and Finns. The appearance of modern Swedes and Danes comes from the mixing of aboriginal peoples with newcomers from Ukraine, Iberia and Greater Germany. The blue eyes came from SW Europe via merchant ships and the blond hair gene came from southern Ukraine. It was actually a red hair gene, but in the past thousand years, the red has mutated to blond and become predominant. Many Viking Era Scandinavians had black or brown hair and probably a darker complexion.
The Soque or Zoque also live in Southern Mexico and were the progenitors of the so-called Olmec Civilization. The similarity of this woman from long ago to the Soque or Sokee branch of the Creek Confederacy is no fluke. Sokee is actually pronounced Zjhō: kē in the Creek Indian languages, southern Mexico and northern Norway. In Gamla Norse (Proto-Scandinavian) it means “Sea People.”
Basically, what I am telling you Creeks, Uchees and Chickasaws out there is that much of that Nordic, Finnish and Iberian DNA that commercial labs have been telling you was “Colonial Period admixture” may well arrived in North America thousands of years ago. The DNA carried by the Windover Pond, Florida people (6,000 BC) is identical to that of the aboriginal people of Sweden, Finland and Karelia. Notice how similar the Windover Pond woman looks to the Norrland Woman!
The Truth is out there somewhere!