We’re told that Christopher Columbus discovered the Americas, but who lived here first, for instance in his namesake Colombia on the northern end of the Andes Mountains in South America? The clue is in the word Andes, not in the word Americas (really named after the Americos “indians” whom Columbus met on his third voyage), because Andes or Antis is named after Antaeus, a son of Posidon (the biblical Sidon) from Atlantis in the Gibraltar region, his progeny in Colombia circa 2000 b.c., known as the Antisuyos, the name of the northeastern quadrant of the Inca Empire which would develope after the first atlantean settlers there built archaic atlantean temples at San Augustin near Huila in Colombia, near the headwaters of the Rio Magdalena river which flows down into the Caribbean.
Ancient gold mines were in the region as well circa 2000 b.c., first exploited by the offspring of Antaeus, the Antisuyos as it were, and the Muiscas just north of the Antisuyos had gold such that the new Zipas (chiefs) of the Muiscas when the Conquistadores first arrived thirty-five hundred years later were coated with mud then gold dust when inaugurated, then they’d jump into Lake Glatavita (near Bogota) to begin their rule. The natives called him El Dorado, commonly said to mean the Gold One (place or mine) in european thought, but as you can see, the supposedly great lost mine or horde of gold was just the new chief of the Muiscas covered in mud and then gold dust. Here is anoverview of the archaic world http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.