Si-Teh-Cah jawbone in comparison with a human cast
‘The Si-Te-Cah were taller than the native tribes, had red hair, and lived on the lake that faced the cave in which the mummies were found… they lived on rafts made out of a fibrous plant called tule (the name “Si-Te-Cah” means “tule eaters” as they also ate the plant).’
‘the Paiutes said they were ancient enemies of their people. They called them troublemakers who towered over the native people — the Si-Te-Cah. The Paiutes said that the Si-Te-Cah were a warlike people who made no alliances with any of the tribes in the area. In fact, several tribes allied against them in self defense. A long war with them drove the remnant of the Si-Te-Cah back to the place the Paiutes believed they came from; near Mount Shasta in California.’
A mystery noted by the author of this article:
‘tule no longer grows in the area. What once was a place of lakes and heavy rain is now a desert. However, from time to time a small bundle of tule appears outside of the cave, laid there by an unknown person in tribute to the lost tribe.’
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The Aswan Dam marked the end of an era in Egypt’s history. The Nile would now produce electricity for the digital age rather than provide fertility to the land. In the same year (1970) scientists photographed Sirius B for the first time.
‘Descriptions of him are always the same. He was tall and fair-haired. broad-shouldered and broad-browed, athletic, strong, and handsomely featured. His territory was eastern Ireland, centered in the area which is now County Kildare in Leinster, especially the Hill of Allen which is the base of most of his adventures. It is easy to imagine Fionn roaming this land with the fianna and his favorite hunting companions, the dogs Sceolan and Bran, stalking boar or deer.
Fionn carried a spear that never missed and a sword called Mac an Luin, Son of the Waves. When he was not wielding these weapons, the legendary strength of his bare hands and keen wits served him just as well. With all of the stories put together, he has probably slain serpents in every lake in Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Man. He has been credited with carving out mountain passes, hollowing out caves, and chiseling strangely formed stones throughout the land. The uniquely formed Giant’s Causeway was supposed to have been made in just a few tosses of rocks when Fionn decided he wanted to bridge the sea between Ireland and Scotland. His monumental effect on the country’s landscape shows the depth, breadth and endurability of this legendary figure.’
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23/4 Similarities with Orion the hunter with Canis Major and Canis Minor at his feet