True History of the Creek Indians Part Two


Creek Indians

Richard Thornton continues with his amazing revelations about the Apalache, Euchee, Hitchiti and others in the Southeast. Part Two of Two.

The second part and conclusion of Pete Ferrand’s interview with Creek Indian Richard Thornton, touching on the Bronze Age Scandinavian entry into the Savannah River, pre-Celtic presence, Minoans in south Georgia, Panoans from Peru about 200 A.D., Itsa Mayas in north Georgia after about 1000 A.D. and remnant of Raleigh’s Lost Colony at the Apalache capital as proved by the Eleanor Dare Stones. Thornton attempts also to answer the host’s question about why so much of American Indian history is forbidden and suppressed.

 

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