I recently completed two new research articles for my Native American history website, LostWorlds.org, which propose a Mayan connection to two sites, one in Florida and another in Georgia. “Mayan Glyphs at the Crystal River Site in Florida” shows how several of the pottery designs at the site are identical to Mayan glyphs and religious symbols. It also shows how two of the mounds constructed at the site form geoglyphs identical to known Mayan glyphs and symbols. It also reports how the architecture of flat-topped pyramid mounds and the town planning of having these pyramids associated with plaza is borrowed directly from the Maya.
The second article, “Mayan Glyphs, Figurines at the Mandeville Site in Georgia,” shows how several of the pottery designs at the site are also identical to Mayan glyphs and religious symbols. It also shows how a figurine unearthed at the site is similar to a Jaina Maya figurine.