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David Hatcher Childress wrote: "In 1972 a German journalist met with a man who claimed to be the prince of the Akakor tribe in the Amazon jungle. The Indian told of a timeline, known as the Chronicle of Akakor, which told of golden airships that arrived in the new world. The occupants had white skin, black hair and beards --- and six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot. According to the legend, these men built massive stone cities and could fling lightning, melt stones and perform other magical feats. Eventually these cities were all destroyed by a massive flood. The Amazon also has ancient ruins at Tiahuanaco. Interestingly, the few remaining statues there also > display six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot."
(David Hatcher Childress, Lost Cities and Ancient Mysteries of South America, Adventures > Unlimited Press, Stelle, Illinois, 1986 pp.245-248,257)