They played a critical role in the spread of civilization in the Americas and constituted the elite of several provinces, which formed the Kingdom of Apalache and later, the Creek Confederacy. They were the original pharaohs in Egypt. Before I explain their role in the development of the “Olmec Civilization ” in a separate article, readers will probably want to know, who in the heck they were and are.
In 1754, Colonel George Washington of the Virginia Militia unearthed a cemetery of seven feet (2213 cm) long skeletons, while constructing Fort Loudon at Winchester, VA in the Shenandoah Valley. Archaeologist Arthur Kelly (1936) encountered a similar cemetery near Indian Springs near the Ocmulgee River, upstream from Ocmulgee Mounds. Archaeologists Robert Wauchope (1939) and Joseph Caldwell (1947) unearthed a large town on the Etowah River in the Allatoona Mountains, upstream from Etowah Mounds, whose skeletons were tall and had large egg-shape skulls. They did not publicize the archaeological site, because they could not explain why all the population of a Native American town would have birth defects.
by Richard L. Thornton, Architect and City Planner
In 1564, Captain René de Laudonnière made friends with the extremely tall king of the Satile People, whose villages were on the Satilla River and St. Andrew Sound. Their name indicates that they were from Panoans from Peru. Note the king’s large, egg shaped skull! Women were required to sacrifice their first born children, so they could be eaten by the king and his family. Not doing their linguistic homework as usual, Florida anthropology professors have placed this tribe “somewhere” in Florida and think that the title of the king (Sati-Uriwa) was the ethnic name of this tribe. [Water color by Jacques Le Moyne – 1565]
Reconstruction of the head of a Paracusa in Peru by forensic sculptor, Marcia Moore. In our next article, you will be shown “Olmec Civilization” statues and figurines in photographs that I took in Mexico on my fellowship, which are absolutely identical to the figure in the center of this picture.
Parakusa bands also reached Patagonia in present-day Argentina. Both in North America and South America the indigenous peoples wore turbans in regions occupied by Parakusa.
The Parakusa (or Toltecs)
Parakusas were originally a Western Asiatic People on the north shores of the Black Sea. They had and have very large, egg-shaped skulls, which contain brains up to 50% larger than typical homo sapiens. Their hair was typically red or brown, but when mixed with other races could be black or brown. “Full-blood” Parakusas are extremely tall, typically with a lanky build, but also can be robust, like Stone Age hunters. The tall, slim physiques of many Upper Creek men and women are inherited from their Parakusa (aka Toltec) ancestors.
Recent genetic studies of Parakusa mummies from Nazca Plain in Peru revealed that their ancestors came from southern Ukraine. They were neither extraterrestrials nor victims of birth defects. The flattening of foreheads by indigenous Americans in Mexico and the Southeastern United States were an effort to imitate the Paracusas. Some of these aboriginal Ukrainians migrated to southern Sweden during the Early Bronze Age, where they were called the Goths and the Burgundians. After the fall of the Roman Empire, the Burgundians moved to eastern France. Also, many of the Huns, who ravaged the Roman Empire, were Parakusas.
From birth until full adulthood, Parakusas require much more protein in their diet, in order to support construction of a massive brain. Thus, in many societies, they resorted to cannibalism in order to get enough protein. Without sufficient protein, they could become brutish imbeciles that hunted humans for food.
Parakusas can communicate telepathically with members of the Creek Wind Clan. I can verify that personally from a close encounter of a third kind with a female Hybrid Parakusa . . . very close. In her homeland of France, she was called a Burgundian . . . so was the Marquis de La Fayette!
North American archaeologists would have classified all of the sculls above as being Indigenous American sculls, intentionally deformed after birth. This is absolutely not the case in Europe. Just like Yvette’s, these were the natural shape of their heads.
In learning pronunciations and etymologies of Southeastern Native American words, it should be understood that the Creek Indians, Panoans of South America and Aboriginal people of Scandinavian rolled the R sound so hard that it sounded like an L to English speakers. The Uchee’s pronounced their R’s like in Archaic Gaelic, so that exactly the same place name could be Anglicized to words that seemed quite dissimilar. Also, most Southeastern and Southern Mexican tribes did not make an English S sound. A southern Mesoamerican (Creek) S can sound like (sh) or (jzh).
The Illyrians originated on the coastal regions of the Adriatic Sea. They became the Sea People, who decimated several Bronze Age civilizations. Bands of Sea People became the Hyskos in Egypt and the Philistines in Canaan. Illyrian linguistic influence can seen all along the Atlantic Coasts of the Iberian Peninsula, France and Ireland. Indeed, the Germanic Franks, after invading Gaul, dropped their traditional word for water, watar, and substituted the Illyrian word, ue. In modern French, it is written and pronounced, eau. Muskogee-Creek (Southeast United States) uses both the Illyrian word for water and the Latin word, akwa.
- Parakusa > Parakaushe (Panoan – Peru) = “Ocean – strong/elite”
- Apalache > Aparashe (Panoan) = “From ocean – descendants of.” d
- Appalachian > Apalachen (Panoan) = Plural of Apalache
- Cusabo (tribe) > Kaushebo (Panoan) = “Strong/elite – place of”
- Ossabaw (Island) > Asebo (Panoan) = “Yaupon Holly – place of”
- Uchee (People) > Ueshe (Illyrian with Mesoamerican suffix) = “Water (Ocean) – descendants of”
- Oconee (People) > Okane (Indo-European) = “Water – born on.”
- Okate (People) > Okwate (Latin with Itza Maya suffix) = “Water People or Tribe”
- Wataree (People) > (Archaic NW Germanic with Archaic Gaelic suffix) = “Water People or Tribe”
The oldest known Nordic writing system occurs in two regions . . . the Baltic Coast of southern Sweden and the Northeast Georgia Mountains. Many of these glyphs can also be found in the Maya writing system, which appeared about 2,200 years later.
The most important lesson that the late Jim Loewen taught me was, “Never think that you or someone else knows everything there is to know about a subject. More information might come tomorrow or in another year . . . but it certainly will come.”
Once upon a time, in a land faraway . . . I instantly fell in love with a Female Hybrid Parakusa . . . They exist!
It was the morning after my 21st birthday. I returned from the restroom in the Pueblo, Mexico bus terminal to find the polite, soft-spoken German tourists replaced by a busload of loud-speaking French college students. OMG! For the next six hours before we got to Oaxaca, I would have to listen to this cacophony. I needed to get some sleep, not be tortured.
As I passed by one strawberry blond mademoiselle, something went off in my brain like a metal detector in an airport security checkpoint. It was like my brain was receiving radio waves. However, the only empty seats were near the rear of the bus. I noticed, though, that I was sitting down, she was staring at me. She wasn’t the most beautiful of the young ladies there, but looked extremely intelligent.
I tried to be friendly with my neighbors, but soon as I greeted them with something less that Parisian French, they turned their heads around in contempt. However, this damsel obviously was speaking especially loud to get my attention and weird as it may appear . . . seemed to be speaking to me inside my brain – telling me in English to talk to her.
Eventually, she became frustrated and called out to me, “Monsieur, are you a meti (mixed-blood Native American) from Canada? I want to move there, when I finish architecture school.”
I hollered back that I was a meti from Atlanta, Georgia in the United States . . . that I also was an architecture student. Soon, she convinced her friends to play musical chairs, so I could sit beside her. She spoke perfect English with a sexy French accent, but very honestly, I don’t know when we were speaking verbally and when we were communicating telepathically. It was a new experience for both of us.
By the time that we reached Oaxaca at sunset, it was like we were longtime lovers . . . totally comfortable with each other. Yvette invited me to join her and six female friends at a campsite, they had reserved near the great archaeological zone of Monte Alban. I said yes, but it was raining, so we all stayed at a little hotel next to the Oaxaca bus terminal. The next day we took a van taxi to the campground. It would be the first time either one of us had been inside a tent with the opposite gender. Readers may watch a non-G-rated video on the surrealistic events in Oaxaca on my People of One Youtube Channel.
I soon learned that those six girls were the only friends that Yvette had a Lyons University. All six were at least nominally French Protestants or Jewish. SHE HAD NEVER BEEN ASKED OUT ON A DATE AT LYONS. She told me herself. The men at Lyons think I am strange. They say that I don’t look or act like a real French girl. Some are mean and call me a monstre, who should be on Star Trek. That is why I want to live in Canada. Canada welcomes immigrants from all races and religions.
I did not understand at all. A brilliant architecture student with 9 out of possible 10 looks? Yes, she looked a little exotic, but her problem in Atlanta would be finding time to study. Then her friend Clare explained.
“Richard, relations between college men and women are different than in the USA. You like to do fun things with each other. You call it dating. Here, the men will not even ask a girl to eat at a restaurant with him, until she had first (how you say?) visited his bedroom.”
“Groups of girls and guys go separately to bars and discos. Some guys are not attracted to her, because she does not look like a typical French girl. Many guys do not like it at all that she goes to church on Sunday and it is not a Catholic church. Some guys had bought glasses of wine for Yvette. They would do “small talk” for about 5-15 minutes then ask her to come back to their apartment. She would say no and they would walk away.”
Advanced Ethnology and History lessons, with benefits
On the first day, we walked over to Monte Alban. Yvette acted like she had gone to heaven, as we walked around the museum together then took an orientation tour around the entire complex. She started holding my hand and grinning. Then, I remembered. She had never been alone with a man on date. They only dated in groups at her lycée (high
school). Of course, many young people back then would sneak off from the group to make out or even go to home plate, but French teenagers did not know how to be with just one person for a long time. It was the same in Sweden, when I lived there two years later.
After we returned from studying buildings at Monte Alban, we decided that it might be a good idea for us to do some cuddling and chatting in the tent, so we would know each other better . . . since we would be sleeping beside each other for the next five day. Otherwise, it might be so awkward tonight, that it might spoil the fun. Architects tend to be disgustingly logical about such things. LOL
I had never looked at Yvette from the rear and so was shocked when the sunlight coming through the tent windows silhouetted her head. She had a scull like an extraterrestrial. Her hair grew around the crown of the oval in a spiral pattern, like a galaxy.
I said nothing, but she could read my mind. She whipped her head around with tears in her eyes. “Richard, you think I am strange too!”
I quickly gave her a hug and told her that she was beautiful . . . just different than most French girls. I asked her what country her parents were from. She responded, “France . . . Bien sûr!” . . . But I am also Burgundian and most of the pure Burgundians do not like to live in large cities.”
That began my history lesson on the Burgundians. They became a distinct race somewhere on the steps of western Asia. They migrated from the Black Sea to Sweden or perhaps the Island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea, where they created a brilliant Bronze Age civilization. They and the Western Goths then migrated down into eastern Gaul as the Roman empire collapsed.
I had heard of the word Burgundy and drunk Burgundy wine . . . but had never known that there were humans in the world, who looked like characters on Star Trek. Perfectly nice, normal . . . very intelligent . . . people like Yvette.
Yvette could read more of my thoughts than I could hers. Basically, I could only read her thoughts, when she wanted me to. Neither one of us (I think) could read each other’s memories. Maybe she could, but didn’t tell me. I don’t know. For the sake of those planning to watch the Oaxaca video, I won’t tell you what happened later on in Oaxaca.
Certainly, I never dreamed that surprising conjunction of two souls from across the Atlantic Ocean would have great significance, decades later, when a Pandemic that had been the plot of many a science fiction movie, became a reality. At that point all the lines intersected. Jim Loewen was right. Never think that you know everything . . . especially when you’ve just turned 21.
The following video will provide readers a much broader discussion on the subject of Native American giants as they apply to Mexico and the Southeastern United States. I think that you will enjoy it.
The video below discusses the famous archaeological sites of Monte Alban and Mitla . . . my camping trip with the seven French hippie girls and the Spanish Colonial architecture of Downtown Oaxaca. Nothing goes as planned! This video is not appropriate for children because it graphically describes the effect of psychedelic drugs, plus discusses adult intimacy in a tasteful manner.