We are deeply honored by reason of having provided subtleties of fate bestowed upon us Latin Americans, descendants of the Incas powerful, and not the great scientists and historians and research institutions in England, a mission to discover the great extinction Lake Parima The Dorado and thus to restore the historical memory of this fabulous and charming character of sec. XVI is Sir Walter Raleigh. Sincerely, we welcome reputable lovers of his beautiful British culture and history to keep the paths clear for us, because it is assumed that they are the main stakeholders in ignominy against Raleigh repair this error, and that stained fementiu the history of this country with justice and verdadeiramete terrible places. The noble Sir Walter Raleigh is one of the most major, and injured more controversial in the history of English, who had a terrible end to be unjustly condemned to exile by the infamous prison of James I and then taken to the scaffold to a tragic beheading and undeserved, for being a mixture of romantic poet, writer, dammit, courtier, navigator, explorer, colonizer and visionary. He became one of the greatest writers "cursed" the literature of this country, nothing is missing, or perhaps even better than in relation to that fateful and, somehow, the glorious epithet, William Blake, Lord Byron and Thomas Dylan Quincey largely due to his famous epic "The discovery of the large, rich and beautiful Empire of Guiana, which the Spanish called El Dorado ...", in which Thomas states have found El Dorado in the region corresponding to Roraima Current, Guyana and Venezuela. If the British are recognizing that "justice of England has never been so hurt and degraded as to the conviction of Walter Raleigh" as a famous judge in London, consider it a disgrace to justice in this case was even more serious, if we consider the great discovery of Roland Stevenson and the extinct lake codescobridores Parima, regarding the giant mineral province, located in northeastern Amazon, especially in the region that meets and exceeds our borders with Colombia, Venezuela and Guyana.
Fawcett believes that discover a lost city and in fact, modern archaeologists are unearthing one of these sites in this area accurately. The discovery today of these ruins is the archaeologist Michael Heckenberger he had discovered several large cities surrounded by a huge moat and connected by a causeway gigantic arrow straight roads. Although now largely covered by jungle and their large populations, once gone, cities were indeed by the first Europeans to venture into the Amazon. Long believed that the conditions of the Amazon were hostile to the general population and that the first conquerors to travel the Amazon were simply lying. However, the truth is far more terrible, for these early explorers took with them lonely disease and unknown diseases to the region and in the dark years that followed when few white men came to the Amazon, the great indigenous people were almost exterminated .
For the time Fawcett began exploring the Amazon in the 20th century legend and mythical quality of El Dorado was already firmly established. Thus, when Fawcett began to discover these roads and pavement ceramic deposits in the center of an area inhabited by a few primitive jungle tribes appears that the association with the mythical lost city of gold was. However, for centuries, El Dorado had been shown on maps, though far from the lower Xingu. However most of the old maps instead of El Dorado, far north, on an island in the middle of a salt lake vase from the lower Orinoco River and northern tributaries of the Amazon. How did it get there?