Disappearance of the Anasazi world
The Anasazi world was a wonderment of presently there time. These people were far prior to any Indian civilization of that time age. They were cliff-dwelling people who in which very proficient in structures, astronomy, and farming. They'd built homes on the sides of coves that were more then five stories extra tall with lots of space and had faith based meeting areas. They had a system for traffic monitoring the movements of the sun and the moon and also a new calendar that could track the summertime and winter season solstices and the nineteen year cycles of the moon. ".. an massive refinement Europeans had not also achieved yet. " (Liberty Equality Power pg. 31)
The whole civilization disappeared off the face of the globe with barely a find. In the late thirteenth century the once developing civilization of he Ansazis disappeared. Many historians, scientists, and archeologists have come up with possible proof of why or how the Anasazis disappeared. There are many possible hypotheses that could explain their disappearance, but according to Olivia Leigh, publisher of " The puzzle of the Anasazi", says that they can fall into 3 basic groups " The drought theory, The turmoil Notion, plus the Alien connection. "
The theory that an entire civilization was wiped out or forced to leave because of a severe drought can be described as possible connection. During 1100 A. G. there where many serious droughts which may cause the individuals to migrate to a new region, although without even choosing there equipment or even meals? For not any trace of these to be found from then on they would have had to change generally there entire way of living. Appearance, religion, their culture, because no further traces with their civilization was found. " Current study suggests that the truly amazing drought was no where close to as serious as scientists believed a decade ago, in no way severe enough to drive a nation of folks to forego their homes. " (Leigh).
Imagine an entire tribe getting wiped out simply by...
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Murrin, Steve Liberty Equality Power