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The Sanchez was far more than a sighting or burial mound.

Sanchez Mound was a station to help survivors find their way back home. It exists on the torn continental coastline of Northern Florida, Southern Georgia, it centers in a beautiful, natural space called Ponte Verde, Florida.

Remember at this time there was just one group of humans who had not only surveyed the planet once but had constructed Artifacts around the Earth all based on the same universal geometry.  When the earth was struck these megalithic Artifacts were knocked over, strewn around and jacked up to the thirtieth parallel where their remains can be seen today. This was the advent of the tropic of Capricorn and Cancer.

Tropic of Capricorn and cancer

The Sanchez and Fire-Tower mounds inhabitants hosted the very earliest Human migration. Some West Africans used wind and ocean currents to find their ways from West Africa to Brazil, and then up through the Cuban straights (water levels were very low)  to Miami where they paused for sustenance and direction  creating the Miami Circle  then moving on up to Ponte Verde,  by now they were a family group  returning home.


When the groups arrived at Sanchez, they spent a moment resting then  moved inland.  It appears once they established Tower Mound, they walked due North and started a new line of stronger statements as they continued towards the Plains: Letchworth/Love, Lake Jackson, Velda, Yon, Cayson, all on the same parallel with, where possible, paths between them.

A lot later, as the ice caps dissipated, pilgrims waiting in Siberia began following the herds across Beringia and moving South

Once these groups reached what would later become Maximum glacial moraines or the southern reach of the glacier, they joined with others continuing along the thirtieth parallel to where their remembered stories told them they should be. This feeling of returning home still creates a cultural movement.Image result for image of glacial moraines

When we ask our Indian communities where they came from, they say “We have always been here.” These early people were big, light-skinned healthy humans. They were the people who later became Indians and kept the dream of unification alive while waiting at their post for those who could and did, later return

By the way, there were no “Red” people.

Tribes on the West of Africa are still by far the largest and most athletic groups, and many of them have straight black hair. The Hebrew genes seem to have been the initial set we inherited.

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Mongolians have straight black hair, they came over the top and down the west coast, but the straight black hair we are looking at is not Mongolian. The Olmecs are an instance of straight black hair coming through Beringia then flowing down the West coast.

The San Tribe or Bushmen are tall, athletic and have very kinky hair. These groups coming from the southern Latitudes had deep brown eyes.  These Bushmen settled around the coast to Australia.  There are lots of places to trace their DNA.  The Africans returning through the West coast, really only had St. Helenas Island to drop any DNA, then it was water all the way to Brazil.

The Indians in this area will be tall, swarthy-white, have straight black hair, dark brown eyes, and Hebrew(white), African (black) genes.

The “men of old” did survey the globe one more time.

Thank them that we are here.

Lost in deep woods


Quick notes:

I was so intensely studying the ground that I wandered off the reservation… the boundaries of State-owned land. Through my wandering (totally lost) off the Letchworth Indian Mound site for several hours I met the land-owning stranger who turned out to be a wonderful person, he gave me water and offered to take me back to the Letchworth mound.

While standing by his truck looking South down the rolling horse pasture, he mentioned that he and neighbors found very few artifacts and no arrowheads. In five hours of lost crisscrossing the area, I found two snail shells, no debitage the owner said his neighbor found one spear point over the years.

Then (Scott) told me There was no chert on his seventy-five acres except for over there (pointing down the hill) I’ve found many small pieces of flint.

The presence of many small pieces of flint suggests this could have been the village sharpening post.
Many of us that have tried knapping realize its an acquired skill which many people aren’t up to. You can talk the talk but walking the walk sometimes mashes your fingers and makes you want to pay someone who knows how to do it.

The absence of large flakes suggests that the tools may not have been made there but could have been brought there for sharpening. Ex: A six-inch blade breaks in half. two arrow points can be re-knapped from the knife when a tip breaks off the arrow point it can be retouched into a scrapper. A lot of small pieces suggest a lot of retouching and sharping, the smaller the pieces demonstrate a deepened caring for a particular lithic piece.

About Flint arrowheads: They were proceeded many years before by hunters simply sharpening sticks and hardening them in the fire to make arrows or spears.

A further investigation may help Archeologists determine the size and texture of the village.
Add to that, Lake Miccosukee may be a Paleo Pond.

So, If you are the person who returned me to the Letchworth mound site I am deeply grateful.
When deeply lost I asked Siri “where am I?” She gave me this address.
If this is being sent to the wrong address please know you have one heck of a good neighbor. His name is Scott, I hope to meet him again.

PaleoIndian Mound Orientation

Ancients had stargazing down,

Posted by KA Report on Thursday, October 10, 2019