The Monumental Earthworks of Poverty Point heritage site of Unesco is an archaeological site in the parish of West Carroll, State of Louisiana, United States of America. The site is located on the eastern edge of an elevated landform, Macon Ridge, near Epps, in the Lower Mississippi Valley. The site bears testimony to a vanished cultural tradition, which scholars think, developed around, 4,000-2,500 years ago. According to Unesco, ‘The complex comprises five mounds, six concentric semi-elliptically ridges separated by shallow depressions and a central plaza; it was created and used for residential and ceremonial purposes by a society of hunter-fisher gatherers between 3700 and 3100 BP….’.
The term Poverty Point has been applied against the unfortunate ancient migrants who after being displaced by the Great Flood from their homland took hazardous sea routes and reached the heritage site and settled there, as it seems, for a few period of time before shifting to another area for smooth sailing of life.
It is completely wrong to use the word ‘Poverty Point’ to mark the early settlement sites of the historic group of people like the Shawnee, Powhatan, Waco, Tawakoni, Tonkawa, Karankawa, Quapaw, Mosapepea, Caddoan and Muskogean. Some of these people belonged to royal clans of ancient world, and were, perhaps, followers of Achyuta, an Arhant(also name of a place), who was also a mystic. Name Achyuta is also another name of Lord Vishnu. It seems, as if they were helped by Achyuta to arrive at this heritage sits to begin a new life.
Scholars are of the opinion that Poverty Point Culture also identifies the Watson Brake region where eleven earthwork mounds were found near Quachita parish in Louisiana. The period assigned to this site is about 3500 B.C.; Watson Brake is one of the earliest mound complex in the United States of America. Next oldest is the Poverty Point Culture, which according to scholars, thrived between 1730 and 1350 B.C.
Shawnee—Sahana, Sana, and Sayana were three sacred places on the bank of the Caspian Sea;
Powhatan—Pahara, Payar, and Po-region;
Waco—Archa or Akka region;
Tawakoni—Toya-koni identifies Homeric Troy;
Tonkawa—Tanka as same as Takka near Toshali or Thessaly;
Karankawa—Kara-Toya on the bank of the river Scamander;
Quapaw—Qua or Kua as same as Crow region; it may refer to Kappa of Kapa-Kandara;
Mosapepea—Mosa-pepea means Moksha or salvation teacher or place of salvation; it may mean ‘Musikai country;
Caddoan—Kadua or Muddy river region; it refers to Drusadvati river belt;
Muskogean—or Musk-gean means ‘Moksa-jina or Leader who shows the ‘Path’;
Watson Brake—Uutu or Oat region; it may mean ‘utsa’ or ‘source’;
Jake-Town—Jokatana as same as silk town Khotan
Belzoni—Seat of Bajra means ‘Thunder’ or it may refer to Bel-zoni or Baal deities;
Mississippi—Matsya jibi or living on fish or region of people from Fish Country;
Louisiana—Synonimous with Luisinga and Loha-sana; it refers to Loha or Iron –Gate region of the ancient world;
Epps—Appians or Huppians; it may mean Mt Abb region;
Macon Ridge—Makka as same as Mecca of Baku;
Tchefuncte—-or T’che-functe; T-chin people
Cormorant Culture—it identifies Karmana region;
List of historic migrated peoples who inhabited in this region after being displace by the Great Flood:
Stone tools found at the heritage site near Ouachita and Ozark mountains specify very clearly the ancient regions from where the inhabitants of the region arrived after 8th c A.D. only; there is no reason to put them in any other period of history.
Name sachema, which means ‘king’ refers to Sha-chi-Ma or the Mother of Sha-chi or Saketa Mother; Mother of ancient Rome who is also recognised as Sachi, means ‘wife of Indra’, King of Heaven, and God of Thunder.
The five division of Shawnee tribe goes by the name of sept which actually means ‘seven’; this perhaps refers to the Sapta-Sindhu region of ancient world.
The names of six groups of Shawnee clans were:
Vinyard Indian Settlement of Shawnee Indians, Illinois—Barad /or Badabagni region people which identifies them with region of ancient volcano;
Youghiogaheny River Band Of Shawnee Indians, Maryland—Youghi-oga-heny refers to the same volcano region of Og island means Toya or Troy region and Hun people;
Waco people were also known from their Wichita identity which means they were either followers of Achyuta or came from Wi-Chitra region; The Waco village on the Brazos River identify them as people from Braja region(Buz of the Bible); El Quiscat and Flechazos villages of Tawakoni people marks their ancient identity with Kukuta or Coptus and Brusha or Bacchhus people’s region; Towakoni were very interesting history as noted from their ‘Three Canes’ or ‘Troiscanne’ identity which marks them as Prati-Hara people who held ‘Three Canes’ at the main gate of the temple at Bethany; The canes identifies goddess ‘Chhinnamasta’ (Goddess having no head);
Tonkawa people’s various sun-groups identify them with various place-names of the ancient world:
The Karaknawa people takes various names due to assimilation of other peoples within it social structure;
Karankawa is Karatoya; it refers to the divine city of Troy which is Toya of Indian puranas; ‘the term ‘klam’ is identical with ‘kruma’ or ‘kalama’; both the terms identify a place neighbourly to Toya or Karatoya; while kurum is an Avatara and marks its place of occurrence in Manasseh or Manasarova Lake, Kalama, which identifies a group of ancient scholars, is name of a place near Toya and Manasseh,
Keles—it does not mean ‘wrestlers’; It refers to ancient Kalasi or Kalais country; it may mean kalasi, the person who embodies the spirit in his body and holds the ‘cane’ and forecasts on men and women and on nations; it identifies a place near Delphi;
Yakokno—it means ‘Ekama-kona’, the seat of worship of goddess Rumi or Rumkuni, the Tree-goddess of Rome from which the name of Rome originated; ns;
Nda kum dadehe—Nda means ‘nadi’ or river; dadehe refers to Danaan people people of Toya or Troy on the bank of the river Karatoya;
Kalina(Spanish)—It is Kolhana country;
Carib Tribe—-Kavi people;
Kxura—-it does not mean ‘people’; it refers to Ikshu or Sugar-cane country or the Bee’ peoples’ country;
The Quapaw were identifies as people who spoke Dhegiha Sioun language; this shows their geographical proximity to the ancient land of Digha and the Soan(Gold-carrying river) river valley region. Some scholars identify them as Arkansas and Ugahxpa people; they include people of Omaha, Ponca, Osage and Kaw. This presents a complete geographical picture of the land from where all of them migrated.
Quapaw—Kappa /or Kua-bah river belt people; they identify the ancient Dio river region where ancient Rome existed; it may mean god Kubera, god of wealth and trade;
Arkansas—or Arka-nsas means ‘part of ‘Arka’; it refers to people migrated from ancient Arka-kshetra or the Fertile Crescent region on the bank of the river Scamander or Chandra; it may means ‘Ekansa’ or ‘Ekanasa’; the name identifies a deity;
Ugahxpa—or Ugah-xpa means Uga-paksha means ‘region of Uraga’ or ‘the Serpent people’s settlement’;
Ponca—it means ‘Banka’ or ‘Vanka-giri’;
Osage—it refers to the people of Sagar clan; they were also identified as Sun dynasty people;
Kaw—Koha people; they were dwellers on the bank of the Kua or the river Kau or Crow;
Kansa and Kaw did not belong to the same social group; Kansa marks its geographical position along with Mt Kailash as same as Mt Caucasus; it also refers to a ‘bird’ name; but not Kau or Crow; it is Capota or Coptus;
Mosopelea and Ofo refer to two different people; while Mosopelea means their shepherdic clan linked with ‘Mesha’ means ‘buffalo’, and pelea means ‘palaka’ or the owner, Ofo means Ava or Mt Abb region; it may mean buffalo shepherds of Mt Abb or Mt Ava region; this region is not far away from the bank of the Soan or Sworna river belt;
Scioto river—it refers to Saketa river means the same Kua river; it is again the same as Di river on the bank of which stands the Koha settlement;