Anthropological Claims as to Being a Science is a Farse
No one with a scientific mind can claim anthropology is a science because of the way anthropologists have rallied around charlatans with PhDs who have used fraudulent fairy-tales masquerading as research and claim it as a Law of science . The major anthropologists who claim the “cherokee” are indigenous or aboriginal to the Southeast Woodlands are themselves proof that craniums can be deeply anally entrenched in "scientific" sycophants who have bought into the big lie of “MYTHS AND LEGENDS” and have themselves failed to use science for evaluation. But what is new when it comes to Anthropology and the "cherokee?"
But then again who would argue with the anthropological GODS of the Bureau of Ethnology and their acolytes who not only accepted the “MYTHS AND LEGENDS” big lie, but continue to espouse it as a scientific law of “cherokee” tribal existence in the Southeast Woodlands prior to the 1670s. All of these "Myths and Legends" make for cherished PhDs in the make believe worlds of "Cherokee Princesses" and "America Honoring Treaties."
The existing “hard copy,” empirical, historical, evidence from the Jesuit, Catholic missionary records from the 1500s to the mid-1700s expressly dismantles the hypothesis and theory of the “cherokee” being in the Southeast Woodlands prior to the 1670s.
Then archaeological evidence clearly documents the Iroquoian influences of the “cherokee” not being seen in the archaeological record in the Southeast until the late 1600s at the earliest and early 1700s with consistency.
If anthropology was a true science, then it would eliminate its erudite reliance upon the big lie of “MYTHS AND LEGENDS” and revisit the true history documented in the Missionary Records of the Jesuit, Catholics, the British historical documents of the early 1700s including the Whitehall Treaty signatories, the Colonial Papers from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, and then the Mound Building Culture being non existent with the “cherokee” tribal existence in the Lake Erie region of the Great Alkes and the Southeast Woodlands.
There are scientifically provable answers to who the Mound Builders in the Southeast Woodlands were from the 800s to present who were confused as being "cherokee" but it will require people with PhDs to admit they received their PhDs with fraudulent research. Are they scientists enough to admit their hypothesis' of "cherokee" existence in the Southeast Woodlands prior to the 1670s were wrong and the follow the true science?
Only time will tell.