Archaeology & History
Georgian ancient stone mystery solved
By T.K. Randall
April 13, 2011 · 9 comments
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Proof has been found to suggest that native Puerto Ricans and Cubans once lived in North America.
Ancient rock paintings once thought to be of Native American origin have been determined to be from a much older people. Rock art specialists have determined that a painting on a slab of rock in northern Georgia is proof that ancient Puerto Ricans and Cubans once lived in the Southeastern United States.
One day, long before Christopher Columbus claimed to have landed on the eastern edge of Asia, a forgotten people cut steps in the rocks leading up a steep bluff near the Chattahoochee River in the northwest section of the State of Georgia. They carved a supernatural figure on a four feet by one foot granite slab and erected it on the top of the knoll.
Source: The Examiner
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