ANI-KU TA  NI  - THE PEOPLE OF THE PANTHER
SOCIETY OF THE ANCIENT ONES

The ancient structure of Cherokee Society and the Cherokee Clans were closely linked to the beliefs of the ANI KU TA NI

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Ah-ni-ku-ta-ni or Ah-ni-gu-ta-ni (pronounced Ah-nee-koo-tah-nee/Ah-nee-goo-tah-nee) were
the ancient priesthood of the Cherokee or Ah-ni-yv-wi-ya people.


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ON THE ROAD WITH BRAD AND MARY SUTHERLAND  -
KENTUCKY AND THE SEARCH FOR SOLOMON'S MINE AND ATLANTIS
Mary Sutherland   Copyright 2006
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This beautiful stone carved artifact   was brought to us while we were in Kentucky. The owner of the piece claims to have found in near the temple area we were
working. The front side is artistically done with considerable work done for detail. Strangely the back side is primitively sculptured  to represent what I believe to be a
panther or some form of cat. This was photographed in our hotel room by Mary Sutherland for the purpose of documenting on my website as well as my books
shown on this site. Another piece he provided was what looked to be either a Mayan or Aztec sculpture. Shown below.  Photographed and displayed in my books that
I mentioned earlier. Based off my research and Indian lore  I have come to believe that the Cherokee called these ancient people the Anikutani (which is very close to
the name Anunnaki) meaning the People of the Panther. If so, then the artifact presented to me would have been the totem of a panther. Of course, this is only this
authors opinion.