Ellen Lloyd - AncientPages.com - In part 1 of this series we discussed myths and legends associated with this mysterious lake. We discovered some of the myths contradict each other and there is room for interpretation, regarding the origin of the people who occupied this region in the past.
It’s now time to leave the realm of mythology and focus on interesting archaeological discoveries as well as some alternative theories that suggest this place was once visited by one or possibly two powerful and advanced ancient civilizations who crossed the oceans and came to America.
The artifacts we discuss are controversial in nature.
The lake’s name is also a subject that can be debated, and so is the possibility that “someone” in the past conducted an “impossible” survey and measurement of the waters. How could our ancestors have mapped the region so well without proper measurement tools?
Perhaps they did have access to highly sophisticated technology we know nothing about?
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