The Fake History of Florida

Table of Contents

  1. Ancient Ocala
  2. The Timucua
  3. Pyramids in Florida
  4. Ancient Germans of Florida
  5. The Fort Jefferson Mystery

 

Ancient Ocala

One of the most ancient places in Florida that still exist today is called Ocala. We find it on the oldest available maps of Florida.

A 1638 map by Ferdinand de Soto.

Close-Up (here called Ocali):

A 1591 drawing by Theodore de Bry. Ocala is called Eloquale (El-Ocale) on this map. You find it below the large forest and C-shaped lake.

The name was not given by the Spanish, it was so-named by the native “red Indians” that weren’t red at all, as you’ll see below. Readers of my book Extraterrestrial Linguistics already know what “El”, “Oc” and “Ala” mean, these words figure the most prominently in the book.

Ok-ala still exists today as a small city. It is known to speleologists for its caverns, grottos and tunnels which have always been “rumored” to harbor artefacts built by an unknown civilization. This caving website tells of some of its History but says they don’t know who built the stairs inside this grotto or the Pyramid above it:

The Pyramid is from another cavers website and merely has the caption “the cement Pyramid of Ocala Caverns, Florida”.

The Pyramid is not impressive. What’s impressive is that it’s purpose and its builders are unknown.

The following is a 1961 photo of a statue found inside Ocala Caverns.

Photo Source: Florida Archives

It’s carved from local cocquina limestone, discovered by the first European settlers inside the cave. The very eroded statue is assigned to Timucua natives who ruled the area before Europeans arrived. Researchers compared it to similar looking idols used in ancient Polynesia, including the small drum-shaped altar with base as well as a ritual object shaped like half-a-lemon, not shown in this image. The Timucua were mentioned by traveller Ponce de Leon in 1513. They were said to have been heavily tattood, mostly unclothed and having arrived at the degenerate state of practicing human sacrifice and cannibalism.

The Timucua were decimated by an infectious disease imported by the European settlers. Perhaps an ancient instance of chemical warfare? The ancient scriptures and “mythology” say that the idol-worshipping, human-sacrificing people who once covered the entire Earth, were eradicated by a great flood. Is it possible that the Europeans went to the Americans to get rid of the leftovers?  I have come to believe that these great and devastating “mythological” floods happened – but not in distant History, rather more recently.

Many native Americans got killed through mysterious “infectious diseases” that just happened to arrive as more Europeans came. Is this part of our History being covered up because it’s the biggest act of genocide in world History? And is this crime a lesser evil than letting equally genocidal cannibals and human sacrificers roam the land? A lot of fodder here for politically incorrect conversations.

Here’s another thought: Is the report that these were idol-worshipping cannibals just propaganda to justify murdering them? I’ve thought about this. What if they were the peaceful, spiritually attuned people that native Americans are portrayed as in movies and the new-age section of the bookstore? And what if the European invaders were the real villains, arriving and slaughtering these people by the millions?

Peace-loving, spiritual, nature-oriented people or bloodthirsty human sacrificers?

An in-depth view of ancient scripture, reports and paintings really answers these questions. Not all the new settlers were good and not all the natives were bad. Among natives, there were non-cannibal tribes warring with cannibal-tribes. There are native Americans that allied themselves with the European settlers and those who didn’t. And then there were natives who did not align with the settlers but still lived peacefully and without the human-sacrifice-religion. Some were much more spiritually attuned than the Europeans, some much less.

The general chronology of events, as far as I can tell (see also my last articles to understand how I arrived at all this):

  • There was a worldwide high-tech civilization that built all the grand buildings you see. They spoke ancient German.
  • Through successive floods and disasters, this civilization got destroyed. One of the disasters happened around 1250, another one in the 1500s and another in the 1700s.
  • Survivors of the old world, including Giants and Dwarves got hunted down and eradicated.
  • It is unclear if they got wiped out because they had descended into barbarism or whether the cataclysms caused their barbaric state. Maybe both.
  • I suspect that the European travellers to the “new world” already knew what they would find and went there with the intention of religiously converting or getting rid of whoever didn’t perish in the flood.

 

Let’s see what the mainstream says about Ocala via Wikipedia:

Ocala is located near what is thought to have been the site of Ocale or Ocali, a major Timucua village and chiefdom recorded in the 16th century. The modern city takes its name from the historical village, the name of which is believed to mean “Big Hammock” in the Timucua language. The Spaniard Hernando de Soto’s expedition recorded Ocale in 1539 during his exploration through what is today the southeastern United States. Ocale is not mentioned in later Spanish accounts; it appears to have been abandoned in the wake of de Soto’s attack.

Here we see that de Soto arrived in Florida and wasted no time in attacking Ok-ala. Once it was eradicated, the Spanish didn’t even include it in their maps.

In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Creek people and other Native Americans, and free and fugitive African Americans sought refuge in Florida. The Seminole people formed. After foreign colonial rule shifted between Spain and Great Britain and back again, in 1821 the United States acquired the territory of Florida. After warfare to the north, in 1827 the U.S. Army built Fort King near the present site of Ocala as a buffer between the Seminole, who had long occupied the area, and white settlers moving into the region. The fort was an important base during the Second Seminole War and later served in 1844 as the first courthouse for Marion County.

The Seminole people, which was the name for the Ti-mucua after most of them got killed, is also ancient German. It consists of “Semin” and “Ol” which mean semen and blood. Historians say that Seminol means “maroon”. Perhaps no coincidence as that is precisely the color of blood.

A photo of Seminoles, 1850:

The modern city of Ocala, which was established in 1849, developed around the fort site. Greater Ocala is known as the “Kingdom of the Sun”. Plantations and other agricultural development dependent on slave labor were prevalent in the region. Ocala was an important center of citrus production until the Great Freeze of 1894–1895. During the Reconstruction era Ocala was represented by several African Americans in the Florida House of Representatives and on the local level.

If you’ve followed along with my fake-History articles, you won’t be surprised that modern Ocala was established in 1849. That’s around the same time many other cities suddenly appeared.

The Ocala Courthouse claimed to have been built in 1906. It is said that two other courthouses at the same spot preceded it:

An Exposition building in Ocala 1889:

The Florida History website says this about the building depicted below: “The Ocala House hotel was purchased and refurbished by railroad tycoon Henry Plant in 1895. He bought the hotel at an auction and fixed it up”

I’m not told who he bought it from or when it was originally built.

Notice the unfinished road but finished buildings:

More buildings but no roads:

Ocala National Forest is known as one of those places you take a walk and stumble upon ancient artefacts of obscure origin. People come across brick walls, stone circles, concrete platforms, broken structures, mounds and strange wells and shafts such as this:

When I search “timeline of Ocala” I am told that its History started in 1817 or in 1846. That’s why I call official History fake History. If Ocala History only started in 1817, why is it already on maps of the 1500s?

 

 

The same can be said of “Cape Canaveral”, which historical websites say was established in the 1800s but we also find on very ancient 1500s maps of Florida. “Canaveral” is a Spanish word that refers to a “field of reeds”. According to native American legends the field of reeds is the first place you arrive to in the afterlife. The ancient Egytpians had a similar teaching. Canaveral thus being linguistically associated with entering Heaven it’s a strange coincidence that NASA and SpaceX chose it to launch rockets to “the Heavens”.

It surprises me that a courthouse was already established in Ocala in 1846, in the middle of the Seminole War. There’s a nationwide pattern of courthouses established in the 1840s.  An example is this one not far away, in Tallahasee:

 

We’re supposed to believe that while they were waging civil war, the people who had nothing more than horse carriages, erected grand court buildings all across the country. It’s unfortunate that, once again, there are no construction photos.

When I looked up “Ocala 1880s” I kept getting this photo. You get a look of how cowboys with nothing more than horse carriages actually constructed buildings:

But when I found this 1892 map of Ocala and did a close-up, I got this:

Those are two very different ideas of what was going on in Ocala those days. I keep remembering how none of these grand buildings were shown in the cowboy movies of my childhood. The movies all looked like the first image. From all research done so far, it’s clear that someone preferred not to show America as covered in grand buildings. The “western movies” that came out between the 1920s up to present day, omit this stuff.

Anyone who spends some time researching Ocala could probably dig up so much more, but I’ll move on now because Florida is so much bigger.

 

The Timucua

In 1591 Dutch engraver and goldsmith Theodor de Bry published Grand Voyages, which showed the earliest encounters of Europeans with the natives.

The Timucua are shown as mostly naked with their hair bound together. Nobody is seen with their hair cut. Some wear feathers. Most wear large earrings. They were taller and better built than the Europeans but both reports and the paintings say they were white (yes, I know this flies in the face of everything you were taught about “red Indians”, but what you were taught is false History, not reality).

The picture below is said to be the Timucua “worshipping a stone with the French royalty crest on it”. I don’t know about this, the description seems strange to me. Even so, the way the crowds hands are spread out does point to some kind of worship. The leading Timucua has strangely long, pointed fingernails.

Many paintings show ritual performances unfamiliar to our culture. We see dismembered body parts and scalps hanging on pole. Some drumming and dancing seems to be going on, the dancer is holding a doll. Good luck finding a “country and western” movie explaining these rituals.

The image below is said to be soldiers consulting with a native magician before going to war. Some of them are wearing breastplates. One is heavily tattooed. The magician is contorting as if possessed by spirits and kneeling on a round plate lined with symbols that resmbles solomonic keys.

It’s all strange to me and doesn’t resemble anything I’ve seen in school History class or even any historical documentary. Also note that the Europeans are not only not bothered by it but appear to have requested this “reading”. I assume the practice was to get possessed by an entity that would then speak through the channeler to provide the warriors with intel.

This one is said to show the natives mining for silver. This is not in Florida but in Bolivia in a later part of the journey.

Notice the background house and mill like a scene we’d expect from Europe. Why are we seeing houses like this in Bolivia of the 1500s?

The sports of the natives. I see netball, archery, rowing and chasing.

The hospitals of the natives. We see heat treatment, herbs, drinks and smokes.

Their circle dances:

 

 

Pyramids in Florida

In an article titled “The native Americans spoke Ancient German” I illustrated the discovery of the ruins of an ancient Pyramid in New Smyrna, Florida. I took several photos of it, one of which I’ve copied below.

The official plaque says it’s not known who built the Pyramid or when it was built.

I have an idea of who may have built it. Just a few hundred miles south-west by ship, we find the Teotihuacan Pyramids of the “Aztecs”.

Everglades Pyramids

For many years there have been rumors of Pyramids tucked away in the uninhabited Everglades of Southern Florida. No people live in there because it’s swamp land of venomous snakes and crocodiles. There are books from the 1970s which speak of rock pyramids up to 15 feet tall to be found and reported mostly in Collier County and Hendry County but also in Monroe and Dade county.

A few quotes from a Miami newspaper story titled “Two long lost maps spark a quest to find forgotten Pyramids in the Florida Swamps“:

The first map was printed on a large piece of paper, almost a handbill, with circles depicting what appeared to be settlements. A second, normal-size sheet was covered with markings pointing toward another obscure site near the Glades. Attached was a hand-drawn notecard depicting some kind of ancient dagger.

The attached letters only added to the intrigue. In straightforward prose, they described the remnants of a lost civilization in the Florida swamps, including a pyramid guarded by an underground room full of snakes. The writer had seen the ruins with his own eyes.

The first, J. Manson Valentine, is perhaps Miami’s foremost gentleman explorer — a scientist, historian, and world traveler whose lifelong curiosity led him to some strange places, including becoming a world expert on the lost city of Atlantis. An enigmatic former honorary curator of the Miami Science Museum, he’s responsible for filling many of the shelves of oddities inside the Curious Vault.

The second key character is a far more shadowy figure, L. Frank Hudson, the author of the letters, who claimed to have made the discovery of a lifetime.

During a research trip to the Bahamas in 1969, Valentine noted a strange geological formation just off the island of Bimini. More than 300 feet long, the site included curving, megalithic submerged rocks that by all appearances were manmade, with abnormally smooth surfaces and apparently deliberately arranged positions.

Valentine nicknamed the feature “Bimini Road” and published his findings in the science museum’s Muse News. Though Valentine never included the word “Atlantis” in the piece, the story soon spread across the nation and became linked to the lost city. 

The letters are typed on aged paper and addressed to Valentine. The first was mailed in April 1970, and the second in June 1971. Both make an outrageous claim in starkly calm language — namely, that there are undiscovered pyramids throughout the Everglades and other parts of Florida from an unknown civilization.

“I recently talked with a man who lives on a ranch near Immokalee who claims to have been in the Big Pyramid in the Big Cypress Swamp,” L. Frank Hudson writes in the first yellowed letter. “He says there arestairs leading down from the room into an underground passage which is full of snakes.”

The next letter, from 1971 on greenish paper with a stylized typeface, was even more concrete, claiming, “We visited a small stone Pyramid, made of smooth-faced stone. It reaches down in the ground as far as a probing rod will go, which makes me think that it may be down to bed rock which is 65 feet deep. Nearby is a mile long wall.”

Hudson, in other words, had seen these pyramids. And there are more, he wrote, because “the same man told me of visiting or rather of seeing a similar stone pyramid in the middle of a mangrove swamp just off Lostmans river in the 10,000 island… I’ve also been told of a Stone Pyramid with a room inside sitting in the middle of a cow pasture just off the Peace River on a Florida Ranch with still another wall nearby. I’m beginning to think that the Lost civilization here in Florida may have been far more extensive than I first imagined.”

Hudson never identifies his source, though he mentions the man “can also show us numerous Everglades complexes.”

Florida, of course, was home to more than a dozen ancient civilizations. The Calusa, Tequesta, Timucua, and other tribes called the Sunshine State home for many generations before Ponce de Leon landed near St. Augustine. But none were Mayan-like builders, and zero credible evidence exists of large-scale pyramids in the state, yet Hudson writes matter-of-factly about finding them.

I began calling airboat captains and explaining the situation. Would it be possible to go looking for a pyramid near Big Cypress using the document?

No, I was told time and again, not without some coordinates. I even spoke with an aerial archaeologist who has found significant sites in the swamp on flyovers. Without more concrete information, he said, it would simply be too expensive to try.

The Big Cypress map, barring a National Geographic-style expedition during hurricane season into one of the most treacherous landscapes on Earth, was officially a no-go.

So I turned my attention to the second, larger map. The site, I soon realized, was far more clear: a patch of land just outside Malabar, a small town on the Atlantic Coast south of Melbourne.

And as I dug into the history of the site, my excitement grew. This wasn’t just any random field on the edge of the Everglades. The Malabar map pointed the way to a real historical site, a place called the South Indian Field mound.

The site was owned and initially excavated in 1927 by an amateur archaeologist named A.T. Anderson and his son. Anderson was digging a hole in the ground for a well and found arrowheads, potsherds, and animal bones. He dug his land for the next 22 years, turning the plot into a de facto roadside attraction, inviting tourists and neighbors to see the property and often giving away or selling artifacts. Eventually, in the 1950s, a Yale archaeological team caught wind of the site and swooped in to do a full survey.

That survey came nearly two decades before Hudson’s letters to Valentine, though. Had he found something there that the Yale team had missed? It seemed doubtful, but the land was certainly remote enough to hide secrets.

But then I got in touch with Mike Forte, an author whose day job is in glow-in-the-dark paint sales and manufacturing.

He’s seen the pyramids, he said.

Then I spoke to Albert Weintraub, the attorney and Valentine’s good friend. He nonchalantly dropped a bombshell in the middle of the conversation: He had also seen the pyramids. With Valentine.

“There were no steps. It had eroded and it was vine-covered — roots and things like that that had broken it down — but their outline was there. We measured it as best we could do. It was a pyramidal shape,” he said. “They were about 16 to 17 feet, a square pyramidal shape, and built in the same sort of way that the Mayan pyramid structure was.”

My eyebrows nearly shot off my face. Where were they?

That’s the catch. Weintraub is an old man now. He’s doesn’t exactly remember.

Perhaps they’re south of the airport somewhere in Immokalee, right up against the 10,000 Islands, he guessed. It was years ago, and at the time, he said, he didn’t think it was a big deal. After all, he and Valentine had dived Bimini Road together. He had watched Valentine lower himself into an ancient Maya tomb in the Yucatán. They’d been on countless adventures, and this was but another.

Crystal River Pyramids

For many years there were “rumoured” to be Pyramids in the Crystal River area of Florida. Finally these rumours turned into known fact.

This one was spotted with radar by amateurs. As far as I know, it hasn’t even been dug out yet, so it still contains all the artefacts that are normally looted by “the Government” the very instance something is found:

The Government has made it illegal for anyone except them to take artefacts but provide no transparency as to the whereabouts of many “anomalous artefacts” found throughout History. For example  I found many stories of the statue found inside the Ocala caverns but no trace of where to find that statue today.

 

There are other known but yet unexplored Pyramids in the region. The reason they are not yet explored is because they are in difficult-to-access land:

“The Roberts Island complex is an archaeological site in Citrus County, Florida, near the Gulf of Mexico, dating from the late Woodland period. It is located on an island in the Crystal River midway between the springs at the head of the river and the mouth of the river on the Gulf of Mexico. The site is a geographically separate unit of the Crystal River Archaeological State Park. The site includes three shell mounds and three middens. Two of the mounds may have had stepped sides. The Roberts Island complex was developed as the Crystal River site declined and most other ceremonial sites in the region were abandoned during the 7th or 8th century”.

Fort Meyers Pyramid

At Estero Bay there is a Pyramid-like structure that is covered in seashells. The local scientists call it a “shell mound”. For tourists it’s known as “Big Mound Key”. It is ascribed to the native “Caloosa” tribe.

 

The “Calusa Indians” are said to have lived in Southern Florida since 3500 B.C. and gone extinct by 1700. Scientists are “baffled” by this and call them “mysterious” because they were here “before they were supposed to be” according to “accepted chronology”. I use a lot of quotation because I no longer believe official dating methods.  Ceramics similar to those of the Maya have been found near Vero Beach, Florida. Mayan ceremonial objects made of gold were found at a “sun circle” complex at Fort Center. I have found stories about these discoveries but could not track down the Mayan artefacts themselves.

Pine Island

Pine Island is near Fort Myers. Toward the north of it there were once the remains of ancient constructions including pyramid-like mounds and canals of unknown origin. They were on a citrus ranch where Pineland Road ends, at the beach, but have since been bulldozed away. One of the Pyramids, examined by geologist Andrew Douglass in 1885 said the Pyramid rose 25 feet. One other mound rose 35 feet. A qurater mile east of these mounds, Douglass saw an even larger structure with twin peaks. Between the two mounds a 30-feet canal ran for five miles across the entire Island. The canal has meanwhile been built over with developments.

In 1881 Douglass discovered another Canal that went one and a half miles straught between Naples Bay Florida and the Gulf. It was between what is today the eigth and eleventh avenue south and was 55 feet wide and 40 feet deep. The bottom was 12 feet across and had a trench 4 feet wide and two feet deep at its center. Douglass was puzzled as to who, in such a sparsley populated country could have achieved such a feat of engineering.

It’s not that puzzling if we finally let go of the silly idea that “Columbus discovered America” in 1492. There is extensive evidence that before that the Vikings, the Welsh, the Germans and even the Venetians, Phoenicians and “Romans” roamed the land. Even the British lay claim to arriving before Columbus:

 

Ancient Germans of Florida

The old name for Jacksonville was Wacca Pilatka. Readers of my two books on ancient German will recognize the common word “Wacca” which is a vehicle, ship, boat or wagon.

I drive around Florida a lot, as I live here and I see ancient German everywhere, referred to as words from the “Red Indian language”.

Alamana is literally the ancient “Latin” word for Germans.

The German word Narkose means anesthesia, sleep or being drugged. They tell me it’s a “native American word”.

The capital of Florida is Tallahasee, which is ancient German for “Valley and Lakes”. Modern German it’s “Tal” and “See”. And that’s precisely what Tallahasee is, a valley full of lakes.

Naturally I could do this for several pages like I did in previous books, but I’ll spare you the details because it gets boring. Anyone who has read the books can do their own research with nothing more than a map of Florida and an ancient German Dictionary.

 

The Fort Jefferson Mystery

 

 

 

This is Fort Jefferson, said to have been built in 1846 by the U.S. Navy (notice the date…the 1840s were the time many large structures appeared. Or were they dug out?). It’s the largest brick structure in the Americas (North and South), covering 16 acres with 16 Million bricks.

The anomaly? Its location:

How do you transport 16 Million bricks through hundreds of mile of Ocean? In the 1840s even the very best Navy Ships, such as the USS Delaware, were made of wood. The ship would have had to carry 36000 (thirty-six-thousand) tons of brick to the location. The unprecedented effort what have been done on a small, easily and frequently flooded island. Does this sound like something the Navy would get involved in?

 

The website “Open Parks Network” carries an old picture of Fort Jefferson from 1829:

1829 contradicts official sources that insist it was built in 1846:

How did I know to check for earlier photos? Because I’ve found earlier evidence for many other things claimed to have been built in the 1840s. Official sources tell us that the military had already been “surveying” the area in the 1820s. It was during that time that the photo was taken. It’s probably a military photo. Because the civilization that built it had been wiped out, they could easily claim the structure as their own.

I’m not saying they couldn’t build it. The army corps of engineers is easily capable of building structures like this. But that’s not the way it happend. I found no construction plans or photos and the building doesn’t make much sense from a military perspective, especially considering that building was suddenly “abandoned” midway because the Navy lost interest. All I found was a photo dated to a much earlier time (and using 1820s photo technology) showing that it was already completed.

As always, this article only scratches the surface of the Fake History of Florida. There’s more to discover for the explorers among you.

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