Video: Final DNA analysis of Windover Pond People in Florida

07 Feb
Video:  Final DNA analysis of Windover Pond People in Florida

The Americas Revealed

This is an excellent example of why anthropologists need to stop trying to create “one size fits all” speculations about the peopling of the Americas. There are too many exceptions!

When the original archaeological reports from the Windover Pond People were publicized in National Geographic Magazine, I was extremely busy with my architecture practice and cheese creamery in Virginia, plus had just met a sweet mademoiselle at a National Geographic Christmas Party, who I thought would be the love of my life. I did not have much time to give it deep thought. However, this drawing above intrigued me. It was exactly like the Neolithic burials at an ancient pond, now a bog, on Ven Island, Sweden. On that same island were petroglyphs that in the Southeastern United States would be labeled “Uchee and Creek sacred symbols.” How could that be?

Ven Island, Sweden in the Oresund Channel

The day…

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Posted by on February 7, 2021 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “Video: Final DNA analysis of Windover Pond People in Florida

  1. Linnea Tanner

    February 7, 2021 at 9:33 pm

    The archaeological findings in Florida open portals to understanding how widespread human migration was around the world. It makes sense why mythology from different parts of the world have similar stories and themes. Thank you, Rita, for sharing such a fascinating archaeological find.

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  2. ritaroberts

    February 8, 2021 at 9:10 am

    I also found it fascinating Linnea Thank you for your kind comment.which I thoroughly agree with.



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