Wednesday, August 15, 2012


Theory has it that the Amerind planet (as seen in the 'Star Trek' episode "The Paradise Syndrome" where Kirk became "Kirok") was seeded by "the Preservers" with Native American tribes. According to Spock's analysis, the members of Miramanee's tribe were comprised of Mohegan, Delaware, and Navajo, a curious blend.

But this was just one tribe, and the Amerind people had been on the planet for millennia. Surely the Preservers took samplings from many other tribes as well in order to maintain a strong gene pool - the Cherokee, the Pequot, the Cheyenne, the Sioux....

So why not Arapaho?

And if they did, who's to say the Preservers didn't cull members of the Arapaho tribe to which Lame Beaver of 'Centennial' belonged? (Albeit from hundreds, if not thousands, of years in the past.)

So there's a theoretical link between 'Star Trek' and 'Centennial' which benefits from the inability to counter the claim.....


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