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Lost Worlds of Ancient America-Edited by Frank Joseph

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Compelling Evidence of Ancient Immigrants, Lost Technologies and Places of Power
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Compelling Evidence of Ancient Immigrants, Lost Technologies and Places of Power

  • Apr 22, 2012
The Lost Worlds of Ancient America-Compelling Evidence of
Ancient Immigrants, Lost Technologies and Places of Power

edited by Frank Joseph is a wonderful compendium of stories
linking  marvels of archeology throughout the world with the
Americas, Egypt, Minoan Civilization, Atlantis and Japan.
Various dilemmas in this presentation are posed to research
scholars everywhere.

For instance, how do we account for an enormous stone wall which
is 2000 years old and buried in Texas? There are thousands of
1500 year old inscribed tablets scattered throughout Michigan?
Many dozens of Roman coins have been unearthed from New England
to the Midwest. How did the coins get to the Americas? Did Ancient
Rome commission expeditions to the New World to conduct commerce
and discover new crops? These are all important remaining questions
for researchers.

The Bat Creek Stone was discovered along the Little Tennessee River
in 1889. The stone inscribed "for Judah" dates back to 70 to 135AD.
This is the first time that a Mediterranean inscription was found
anywhere in this hemisphere. How did the stone get here and when
did it arrive?

An Inca Ice Maiden was discovered atop Peru's Ampato volcano.
Ancient Egyptian temple records document pharaonic expeditions
by Egyptians to the New World (Punt) in search of corncob.
Ancient Egyptian artists included Indian corncobs, pineapples
and other New World plants in displays of religious offerings.
The obverse of a Cleveland area pendant is emblazoned with a
labrys, the symbol of Minoan Civilization.

Practically speaking, the trip from Egypt to the Americas
could traverse Libya, Algeria and Mauritania to Guinea Bissau.
Ships would be required to cross the Atlantic to Fortaleza, Brazil-
a distance of 1900 miles as the crow flies. The expedition would
be required to travel through Brazil into the Amazon Basin, Columbia
and Central America. The next part would cross Panama, Nicaragua,
Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico into Texas and then northward.
Various estimates have been up to 3 years for an exhibition of this
magnitude in the Ancient Egyptian time frame.

The Minoans built many cities with palaces at the center.
Minoan cities did not have walls. Knossos was one of the
largest cities. The Minoans decorated the inside of the
palaces with frescoes. Each palace had bathrooms with
flush toilets. The rooms also had heat and running water
suggesting that the Minoans had a considerable civil
engineering capability. They understood water flow,
elementary thermodynamics and heat transfer.

Ohio's Great Serpent Mound attracts an extraordinary amount
of lightning strikes. A seed experiment exposed upon the coils
of the Serpent Mound during a thunderstorm resulted in an
internal change in the seeds and a three-fold improvement
in growth and disease resistance. The Serpent Mound is dated
3000 BC.

The Bahamas are near a subduction zone where material slides
under the crust for recycling. This feature is consistent
with things disappearing overnight. The Bahamas have Atlantean
parallels matching the only land area large enough to have
possessed the details outlined by Plato.

Ecuador's pre-Inca La Olla structure compares with Japan's
Shodoshima site. Both describe grand geodomes with celestial
orientations. The modern Geodesic is based on a 1949 original
plan of R. Buckminster Fuller. In implementation, the geodesic
uses a complex series of interlocking patterns similar to
living cell designs. Geodesic domes are superior to traditional
right-angle construction. The materials are lighter and utilized
more efficiently.

The archeologist Harold T. Wilkens discovered an extraordinary
monument related to spherical lamps at Ylo on the Pacific coast
south of Arequipa, Peru. There is an indecipherable description
in chemical phosphorescent on the top of the rock at the Tomb
of the Inca. The important research question is whether or not
the Peruvians had advanced chemical compositions with
phosphorescent properties long before modern times.

The Lost Worlds of Ancient America edited by Frank Joseph is
a considerable research effort aimed at connecting the dots
from Ancient Rome, Greece, Atlantis, Japan and other places
to the Americas. Frank Joseph provides considerable evidence
to suggest that the Romans were in the Americas long before
Leif Ericson or Christopher Columbus.

Credits: First Published on Blogcritics
Compelling Evidence of Ancient Immigrants, Lost Technologies and Places of Power

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April 29, 2012
Real interesting stuff here
April 29, 2012
I know.
April 22, 2012
Sounds like a terrific read. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. I just might want to read this one myself!
April 22, 2012
This is a fascinating read with chilling implications.
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