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Deforestation Unveils Lost Amazon Civiliz


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Satellite flyovers of newly cleared land in the Amazon have uncovered a vanished civilization that could rival the Incans or Aztecs in sophistication.

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Interesting! I'm going to read up on Fawcett and wait to see what comes out of this. Thank you B???

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You know , the only thing I know on the subject comes from an old Saturday morning Cartoon.! Estabon, and the city of gold? Or something like that.

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You know , the only thing I know on the subject comes from an old Saturday morning Cartoon.! Estabon, and the city of gold? Or something like that.

The Mysterious Cities of Gold. ;)

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Aztecs had el dorado Mexico still had it when cortez left the city under one fallen ruin was a temple dedicated to the moon only one side was covered years later they dug it out to find that side was coated in a gold color. they didnt use real gold! my great grandmother was one of few Aztecs left and this story was passed through generations. she died 2 years ago. wearing a ceremonial dress and everything.

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So I guess this civilization was practicing deforestation as well.

i'm guessing that the forest grew over it, any info on how old this city is?

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