posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 06:17 PM
‘Alabama’ cud refer to the Creek/Muskogee an indigenous
family of the Southeastern United States who originally lived there. The word
Alabama is believed to have originated from the Choctaw language. The meaning of Alabama is believed to be ‘clearers of the thicket’. The Choctaw
words alba (meaning "plants" or "weeds") and amo (meaning "to cut", "to trim", or "to gather").
It’s the land where the invisible Uktena dwells………
"Those who know say the Uktena (Horned Serpent) is a great snake, as large around as a tree trunk, with horns on its head, and a bright blazing
crest like a diamond on its forehead, and scales glowing like sparks of fire. It has rings or spots of color along its whole length, and can not be
wounded except by shooting in the seventh spot from the head, because under this spot are its heart and its life. The blazing diamond is called
Ulun'suti -- "Transparent" -- and he who can win it may become the greatest wonder worker of the tribe. But it is worth a man's life to attempt
it, for whoever is seen by the Uktena is so dazed by the bright light that he runs toward the snake instead of trying to escape. As if this were not
enough, the breath of the Uktena is so pestilential, that no living creature can survive should they inhale the tiniest bit of the foul air expelled
by the Uktena. Even to see the Uktena asleep is death, not to the hunter himself, but to his family." Source:
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Serpent? New World Order??? Rings a bell ...... somewhere?
I’m no expert just letting me imagination go here ….