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  1. #1
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    Aztatlan

    Thought some may like this map.Have seen so many people look all around the world for the place..Well this is 1 Aztatlan i know of......

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  3. #2
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    Re: Aztatlan

    Good luck to all!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Aztatlan

    Who ever keeps hacking me & stalking me on line -- This 1s for you!

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    Re: Aztatlan

    Nice Going Relicdude!
    Aquanut

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    Re: Aztatlan

    Thanks John !
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    Re: Aztatlan

    G'morning relic dude My friend:Always start with a hot cuppsa coffee, just made. :

    I liked your post, a very interesting map. Yes, it shows Azatlan in 'that time', some centuries 'after' it was occupied by the continuing migration of the pre Aztecs from Israel.

    I often wonder just how many of the original ones were able to pass on their DNA through attrition, or just lack of available partners, etc,. ? Was it just the newer ones added to the migrarion that were left to pass it on ? Were none of the original group able to have it continued?

    Then again, did any of the group of later migrations even have it to pass on?

    sigh, need more coffee.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

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    Re: Aztatlan

    I think some came from other parts of the world also ......
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    Re: Aztatlan

    Today is Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico

  10. #9
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    Re: Aztatlan

    I my friend seconds ? er refill? Interesting, I never thought of Mazatlan, good one.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

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    Re: Aztatlan

    I think you did Don Jose .Looks like you are in the right spot

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    Re: Aztatlan

    Got 1 for ya Don........Obviously the genetic strain that produced Mandans with blond hair "fine and soft as silk," blue eyes, and fair skin, was well entrenched -- certainly since well before the living memory of tribe members in 1832. Catlin theorized that the Mandans might be descendants of a pre-Columbian Welsh expedition to the New World.

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    Re: Aztatlan

    G'afternoon relic dude, my friend: very interesting. Many of the Mayo Indians in southern Sonora, Mexico, also are blue eyed and blond.

    Oro, or his ancestors, must have gotten around in the olden days.

    Actually there are too many unexplained thingies that are conveniently buried in the interests of present science. This makes it extremely difficult to progress with sooo many keys hidden.

    It also admits many improbable points to be added.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

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    Re: Aztatlan

    Quote Originally Posted by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp
    G'afternoon relic dude, my friend: very interesting. Many of the Mayo Indians in southern Sonora, Mexico, also are blue eyed and blond.

    Oro, or his ancestors, must have gotten around in the olden days.

    Actually there are too many unexplained thingies that are conveniently buried in the interests of present science. This makes it extremely difficult to progress with sooo many keys hidden.

    It also admits many improbable points to be added.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    Senior Windmill tilter-
    I love all this speculation on ancient cultures and sites.

    You are right about suppressed unexplained thingies. I have been researching lots of alternative science "thingies" since 1950s. Made many discoveries. You have obviously done this in the archeological areas. Are you in Tucson area?

    Gold Finder

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    Re: Aztatlan

    G'evening Goldfinder: You just have to join me, it isn't polite to drink alone, and I need a cuppa. No, I live in old Mexico where I am developing my mines, but my son lives in Tucson. I return there a few times a year.

    I am trying to attend the Lost Dutchman junta, but it appears that I won't be able to meet it since I have appts in Hermosillo on the 20 th..

    If you wish to see the result of successful speculations, go to the Tayopa site.

    "Shades of Troy" he he he.

    We amateurs have a tremendous advantage over the Phd's. we can happily change our views and findings from minute to minute, whereas the professionals simply 'cannot' admit an error, and start a new thread of investigation.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  16. #15
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    Re: Aztatlan

    I have seen it written that the first explorers of the Eskimo north found blue eyed blond Eskimos when they first went there.

    We Irish are a crazy wild bunch of dudes.

  17. #16
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    Re: Aztatlan

    Could Mandan got changed over the years to Mayan?

  18. #17
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    Re: Aztatlan

    Allo Piegrande: You posted --> We Irish are a crazy wild bunch of dudes.
    ***********
    Just because we believe in, and accept the LORDS planning in his infitite grace of designing GOIRLS just for us?


    Don Jose de La Mancha
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

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    Re: Aztatlan

    Actually, while you make a good point, I was assuming only a crazy Irishman would have ended up with the Inuits, heh, heh.

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    Re: Aztatlan

    Quote Originally Posted by piegrande
    Actually, while you make a good point, I was assuming only a crazy Irishman would have ended up with the Inuits, heh, heh.
    Crazy Irishman, or maybe crazy Irish woman. Don't fancy yourself gentlemen.

    Think about it Don Jose Parte De Tayopa, if the Curry is missing, it may have been the great great gran ma ma.

    Natives also had a habit of killing the men, and keeping the women.

    Homar

  21. #20
    mx
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    Re: Aztatlan

    buenas tardes Corozone de peidra, you posted --> Natives also had a habit of killing the men, and keeping the women.
    *************
    Why in the world would they do that ? Hmmmm

    Don Jose de La Mancha

    ( good afternoon heart of stone)
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

 

 
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