The true historical past of the hot international and the viewers, from either East and West, who traveled to the Americas lengthy sooner than 1492
• presents greater than three hundred pictures and drawings, together with Celtic runes in New England, Gaelic inscriptions in Colorado, and Asian symbols within the West
• Reinterprets many archaeological unearths, equivalent to the Ohio Serpent Mound
• unearths Celtic, Hebrew, Roman, early Christian, Templar, Egyptian, chinese language, and jap impacts in North American artifacts and ruins
As the parable of Columbus “discovering” the US falls from the pedestal of verified heritage, we're given the chance to find the true tale of the hot global and the viewers, from either East and West, who traveled there lengthy prior to 1492.
Sharing his greater than 25 years of study and trip to websites all through North the US, Carl Lehrburger employs epigraphy, archaeology, and archaeoastronomy to bare vast facts for pre-Columbian explorers in old the USA. He presents greater than three hundred pictures and drawings of websites, relics, and rock artwork, together with Celtic and Norse runes in New England, Phoenician and Hebrew inscriptions within the Midwest, and historic Shiva linga and Egyptian hieroglyphs within the West. He uncovers the true tale of Columbus and his explanations for coming to the Americas. He reinterprets many recognized archaeological and astronomical reveals, similar to the Ohio Serpent Mound, America’s Stonehenge in New Hampshire, and the Crespi assortment in Ecuador. He finds Celtic, Hebrew, Roman, early Christian, Templar, Egyptian, chinese language, and eastern affects in well-known stones and ruins, reconstructing the checklist of what quite occurred at the American continents ahead of Columbus. He additionally appears to be like at Hindu impacts in Mesoamerica and sacred sexuality encoded in archaeological websites.
Expanding upon the paintings of recognized diffusionists corresponding to Barry Fell and Gunnar Thompson, the writer files the travels and settlements of trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific explorers, miners, and settlers who made it to the Americas and left their marks for us to find. studying their sacred symbols, he indicates how their teachings, prayers, and cosmologies show the cosmic order and sacred panorama of the Americas.
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10 as well as these high-purity deposits close to the outside, hundreds of thousands of hundreds copper have been simply available to Neolithic miners simply because glacial motion had separated it from the local rock, making it effortless to mine. in addition, the distinctiveness of the Neolithic copper mining in Michigan may were better because the website used to be open by way of water east to the Atlantic, south to the Gulf of Mexico, northwest to the Pacific, and north to Hudson’s Bay. eleven WAYNE MAY’S principles AND THE MOUND developers’ tradition may perhaps thinks there's little dispute over the life of large-scale copper mining via Neolithic peoples. although, the archaeological group believes, as Wikipedia notes, “Native american citizens have been the 1st to mine and paintings the copper of Lake more advantageous and the Keweenaw Peninsula of northern Michigan among 5000 B. C. and 1200 B. C. The natives used this copper to provide instruments. Archaeological expeditions within the Keweenaw Peninsula and Isle Royale printed the life of copper generating pits and hammering stones that have been used to paintings the copper. ”12 Fig. thirteen. 2. those copper instruments, got from varied assets, at the moment are part of Wayne May’s assortment. (See determine thirteen. nine for the cuneiform information proven at the three-pronged spear or trident. ) Fig. thirteen. three. those effigies and different artifacts, which have been recovered from Michigan mounds, at the moment are in Wayne May’s assortment. despite the fact that, opposite to this archaeopriest model, may well and others insist that the world used to be mined widely by way of the Egyptians, the Megalithic peoples of the west coast of Europe, and the Minoans, besides different cultural teams, and he indicates the proof is buried within the mounds alongside the watery transportation routes. He defined to me that the Mississippi River had supplied a good way to move copper and different items from the higher nice Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. As for stopping-off areas, he expected that there have been 10000 mounds which are proof of many settlements within the Ohio River Valley and alongside many of the significant waterways in Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri. a few of these can have contained greater than simply Indian relics, in keeping with may well. in response to his archaeological examine it's transparent to could that the North American mounds have been equipped via types of societies over lengthy spans of time . The earliest mounds came upon at Watson Brake close to Monroe, Louisiana, date from the past due fourth millennium B. C. , and even though a few are small and hardly ever obvious, others served a wide selection of capabilities, together with burial mounds, person or collective funerary monuments, and temple systems for non secular buildings. The Mound Builder earthworks comprise complex designs that after seen from above shape serpents, panthers, and birds in addition to complicated geometrical designs and different symbolic shapes. thirteen Others are small and infrequently obvious, dotting the panorama as mere bumps at the floor. At Poverty element, a domain in Louisiana that flourished among 1800 B. C. and 500 B. C. , there are elements of what have been six concentric ridges surrounded by means of huge mounds, one being sixty-five ft excessive.