Jack Heart

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NOVEMBER 6, 2011 6:58AM

The Cross, the Rabbi & The Skin Walker:Part 2

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The Right of Return

There is evidence that long before Columbus set sail for the New World maps were circulating around the royal courts of the old one depicting its coastline. In 1513 Piri Reis an admiral in the Ottoman Turkish court copied a map from older sources. Some of the sources had been rumored to have been used by Columbus. The map is now called the Piri Reis map. It depicts the western coast of Africa, the eastern coast of South America, and the northern coast of Antarctica. The map hardly provides evidence for human interaction with beings from outer space as proposed by Erich von Däniken and the Dänikenites but it does show a reasonable facsimile of the South American coast, with a mountainous spine running through the interior. The mountains can only be read as the Andes. The map shows the Atlantic Ocean close to its actual proportions. Antarctica is shown 600 miles north of where it should be but it would not even be discovered for another 305 years. In 1531 an accurate depiction of the entire Antarctic coast was drawn by Oronce Fine in what is now called the Oronteus Finaeus Map. The Antarctic makes its next implausible appearance in 1614 with SIR WALTER RALEGH'S HISTORY OF THE WORLD.

There are many mistakes on these maps but unless sixteenth century cartographers were successfully practicing “remote viewing” orthodox historical accounts of the New Worlds discovery begin to fall apart at the point of their existence. In 1513 Juan Ponce de León was just “discovering” the coast of Florida and no one had yet set foot in the interior of the Americas let alone mapped out the South American coast. The Antarctic would remain in frozen isolation until it was “discovered” in 1818 yet it is clearly depicted as butting the southern coast of South America 300 years prior to its discovery.

When Columbus landed on its shores perhaps fifty million inhabitants lived in the Western Hemisphere, speaking over 900 languages. The diversity of these people and number of languages itself attests by its own rights to multiple sources for these people.

Clovis Culture, as defined by Clovis Spear Points, according to orthodox archeology, migrated from Siberia across the frozen straights of the Bearing sea, some 14,000 years ago and fanned out across the Western Hemisphere settling from north to south. “Clovis Culture accounts for all the present day Indians”. Academia insists this format must be followed by its Fellows.Yet repeatedly verified carbon dates for the Pedra Furada sites show people in South America some 45,000 – 60,000 years ago. No one has ever even found a Clovis Spear Point in Siberia or anywhere else in Asia. The points actually appear to be a slight modification of the 30,000 year old “Solutrean” Spearpoint from Europe. Clovis spear points only appear in America some 13,000 years ago and disappeared a few thousand years latter along with much of the fauna in the Western Hemisphere. Smithsonian archeologist Dennis Stanford has positively identified the oldest artifact in America to be a Solutrean spear point that was found imbedded in the fossil of a 24,000 year old mammoth unearthed on the Virginian Coast.

The fact that Mitochondrial DNA is inherited maternally, enables researchers to trace the lineage of people into the furthest recess’s of time. Ninety seven percent of Native American Mitochondrial DNA belong to one of four major Mitochondrial DNA lineages, designated haplogroups A–D none of which are found in people anywhere else in the world but America and Asia. There is however a fifth which has been inexplicably overlooked by most archeological and anthropological “scientists”. Haplogroup X is found in small portions of modern European populations but is particularly prevalent in the Druze, a minority population in Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. Among Native Americans, haplogroup X appears in northern Amerindian groups, including the Ojibwa, the Nuu-Chah-Nulth, the Sioux, the Yakima, and the Na-Dene–speaking Navajo. The homogeneity of the Navajo sequences suggests that the Navajo acquired haplogroup X relatively recently, about 1000 years ago.The sequence data and phylogenetic analysis suggest that the Native American and non Asian Old World haplogroup X mitochondrial DNA’s share a common maternal ancestor but also suggest that they diverged from each other 31,000–36,000 years ago originating in the Old World and migrating into America. Haplogroup X is most conspicuous by its absence from Siberia much like the Clovis Spear Point. (see Appendix C)

Over 2 miles high in the Andean mountains the fabled site of Tiahuanaco contradicts every academic precept about America’s pre-Columbian history. Diorite blocks some weighing in excess of 800 tons are precisely cut and fitted like the pieces in a LEGO Erector Set. The blocks typically weighing in at between 100 to 400 tons were quarried on the opposite shore of the lake ten miles away. Great stone wharfs miles short and 800 feet above lake Titicaca’s shore lay in beds of sea shells. They are covered with the limestone sediment that is the signature of having spent significant time immersed in sea water. Some of the actual structures were buried in up to six feet of sediment. The altitude is over 13,000 feet and rain is practically unheard of in the area falling at the rate of less than nine inch's a year. The overhead soil erosion which would be necessary to cause the kind of emersion in the soil that Tiahuanaco was found in is physically impossible. Sea horses which are only found in salt water are unaccountably found in the fresh water of lake Titicaca. It has recently been discovered that the ruins extend into and under the water of the lake. Tiahuanaco bares mute but unimpeachable testimony to some past cataclysmic event that managed to heave a once thriving seaport over two miles high in the mountains.

In his 4 volume work entitled Tiahuanaco, The cradle of American Man, first published in 1945, professor Arthur Posnansky made an intensive fifty year study of the ruins. He presents empirical Archeoastrology evidence why these structures must be at least 15,000 years old (see Appendix D, Tiahuanaco, Astronomical alignment). Making Tiahuanaco roughly contemporary or earlier than Göbekli Tepe in Turkey and Yonaguni-Jima submerged off the coast of Japan.

Wendell Bennett of Yale is credited with overseeing the initial excavations of Tiahuanaco. Some of the pottery small statues and other artifacts unearthed, that were datable, could be traced back to pre-Incan civilizations from about 1500 years ago. Bennett and his brethren began the immediate fabrication of the standard academic tale whereby these early Incas rose to prominence and declined with their failing resources. His predecessors followed by having the bones and textiles that went with the pottery repeatedly carbon dated to be about 1500 years old giving Smithsonian zombie archeology a point of dissembling without ever actually linking the artifacts to the ruins.

It is common, especially in South and Mesoamerican ruins, for one civilization to build over the abandoned ruins of a previous one. Even now Mexico City is perched right on top of what used to be Tenochtitlán. The Incas themselves insist that they did not build Tiahuanaco. They say that it has always been there and was built by their great God Viracocha of who's 7 foot tall idol was also unearthed by Bennett which he promptly designated as a sun god ignoring the obvious Caucasian features of large round eyes, a straight narrow nose and oval mouth. The Inca’s own legends attest to Viracocha’s pale skin and of his lineage from a race of bearded white supermen. Coupled with the fact that Serpents ascend the figure on each side, parallels should have been immediately drawn to Quetzalcoatl the pale skinned serpent God of the Aztec’s.

The undisputed champion of academic hacks; Jean Peirre Protzen then shows up at the site and wanders around aimlessly muttering about Incan empires and their military exploits being equal to Rome's. He then go's back to Berkeley and pronounces to the world that the cutting techniques at Tiahuanaco could be, and in fact had been, produced in experiments using other rocks as “hammerstones”. This is nothing less than a criminal fabrication made even more insidious by the fact that it has been made available to millions of students on JSTOR and has barred the gates to any serious scientific research as to who or what was building in the Andes long before the Incas.

What experiment's? Protzen is equating cotton with Kevlar. There are many types of rocks just as there are many types of fabrics. Any stone mason who has ever had the inconvenience of having to work with diorite will tell you that the kind of cuts made at Tiahuanaco can only be made with diamond tipped drills and saws and this still would not account for the convex side of one stone fitting in the hollow side of another so that not even a piece of paper could be slid between them. The facts are real scientific experiments were done and after completely giving up on copper and iron the scientists doing the experiments employed modern tools with this conclusion: “A hardened and tempered engineers steel chisel (VP800) together with a hardened steel punch (VP800) was employed to cut a grove .5 mm into a smoothed surface on a block of diorite, the tools suffered severe damage.” Half a millimeter is not even one fortieth of an inch! (see Appendix E)

The Kuroshio Current is located just off Japan's coast and travels up to 75 miles a day at a speed of up to 3 miles per hour. Its contents are dispersed along the west coast of North America. It is so powerful and all consuming that Japanese sailors have always referred to it as the “current of death” because it inevitably sweeps up and carry's away all in its path. The voyages in 1421 of Chinese Admiral Zheng He apparently never reached America but there is far better evidence of even earlier Chinese exploration. A Buddhist monk named Hui-Shen described by Liang-Shu in his ‘History of the Liang Dynasty’ (502 –556AD) voyaged to a land he called Fusang between 459 and 499 AD. Hui-Shen said Fusang was 20,00 Li (7000 miles) east of Siberia putting him on the west coast America. He described details of what appear to be Mexican valley culture at that time but this is not proven. The age of the Chinese stone anchors found in the shallow waters off Palos Verdes in California are still also scientifically in question but the oriental genealogy of Amerindians is not.

Chinese mound pyramids closely resemble American mound pyramids. There is the ever present ancient Dolmens in both lands. Emperor Qin Shihuang's tomb in China is the home of the terracotta warriors but the tomb was also examined using radar and other remote sensing technology and found to be a nine-stepped pyramid. Yet academia claims the steadfast refusal to excavate it is due to Chinese superstitions. China rivals America in technology yet it would seem the fear of Qin Shihuang's ghost is institutionalized as a government policy there.

The ever present inexplicable smoking gun here for contact between Oriental cultures and already extant Amerindian cultures is the resemblance of Jomon pottery to valdivia pottery. The resemblance between New World pottery and Asian pottery was first pointed out by amateur archeologist Emilio Estrada and confirmed by Dr. Betty Megars, an archeologist at the Smithsonian Institute. Together they identified 26 different style match's in the pottery's. There is an uncanny physical resemblance of Amerindians like the Inca to the Ainu (Japanese).There are also antibodies in pockets of South American Indians to HTLV1, a rare disease that originated 12 – 15,000 years ago in Japan. The actual disease has been found in the DNA of mummy's in the Atacama desert at the southern foot of the Andes.

No one disputes that the Vikings were here a millennium ago but how long before that? Haplogroup X not only occurs in concentrations of Middle Easterners but also in concentrations of Northern Europeans. There is the ancient Celtic legend of St Brendan coming to the "Isle of the Blessed" or St. Brendan's Island which many take to be America. It is said in the Grail Story's that when king Arthur dies he is magically transported over the sea to be buried in the Isle of the blessed.

The 3,600 year old Nebra Sky Disk of Germany was first thought to have originated in Egypt but was later found to be constructed with copper found locally. Its existence testifies to at least more than just a cursory communication between the cultures of Egyptian and the Teutonic people, if not a common calendar. There is the existence of Stonehenge itself, the ultimate dolmen construction, and the impossibility of explaining it using known scientific precepts. Just like at Tiahuanaco, and diverse places all over the world, impossibly large stones are moved impossibly long distances.

According to the Paiute Indians the Si-Te-Cah were a cannibalistic tribe of white skinned red haired giants. The Paiute’s claimed to have formed an alliance with the rest of the Southwestern Indians and hunted down and exterminated this threat. They finally wiped them out in a cave. In 1924 the Lovelock Caves of Nevada were excavated by scientists after being strip mined for bat guano for 13 years. Scientific researchers recovered over 10,000 artifacts including the mummified remains of two red-haired giants. There was a female over 6 feet tall and a male over eight. Many broken arrows had been shot into the cave and a dark layer of burned material under sections of the overlaying guano corresponded to the Paiute legend of having trapped them in a cave and burned them out, killing them in a fusillade of arrows. Among the thousands of artifacts recovered from the site is what some scientists are convinced is a calendar. A donut-shaped stone with exactly 365 notches carved along its outside rim and 52 corresponding notches along the inside. In February and June of 1931 two very large skeletons were found in the Humboldt dry lake bed near Lovelock. One of the skeletons measured 8.5-feet tall and was later described as having been wrapped in a gum-covered fabric similar to Egyptian mummies. The other was nearly 10-feet long according to the Nevada Review-Miner newspaper of June 19, 1931. Conveniently enough for academia most of the evidence has been “lost” but a skull and some of the artifacts have been preserved at the Humbolt Museum in Winnemucca, Nevada.

In the color by numbers world of academia the Olmec’s are considered the precursor of Mesoamerican civilization. This presents problems for academia because the Olmec's had the audacity to be blatantly black. Vast quantity's of their art work has been dug up in the land at the southern foot of the Mexican valley, much of it deliberately buried and disfigured as if they had committed some unforgivable crime against the Maya population succeeding them. Giant stone heads of brooding black kings stare with menacing silence at history’s usurpers daring them to explain their existence. Flawless step pyramids that would have been the envy of their contemporaries in the Mesopotamian valley are left mercifully hidden in the ever encroaching jungle, lest they cast dispersion on Smithsonian sanctioned institutionalized racism.

Professor Andrzej Wiercinski discovered African skulls at Olmec sites in Tlatilco, Cerro de las Mesas and Monte Alban yet Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Yale University and part time CIA operative Michael D. Coe continues to clamor that he will not except the art evidence as long as no African skeletons have been found in the New World. Indian scholar R.A. Jairazbhoy states that the earliest settlers of America were Ancient Egyptians led by King Ramses III. He adds "The black began his career in America not as slave but as master." Globally acclaimed scholar Dr Ivan Van Sertima sums it up nicely when he says: "A study of the Olmec civilization reveals elements that so closely parallel ritual traits and techniques in the Egypt-Nubian world of the same period that it is difficult to maintain [that] all these are due to mere coincidence."

One of the few Mesoamerican books not destroyed by the rampaging soldiers of Christ, the Popol Vuh mentions black people that came to America “from the land of the sunrise”. Mayan colored murals from Bonompak and Chichen Itza in Mexico show black and light skinned warriors together. The author of ‘the Gods of the Cataclysm’, Hugh Fox a professor at Michigan State University, concluded that Phoenician and Olmec funerary masks were virtually identical both depicting the Egyptian – Phoenician God Bes. All over North America exist Old World style dolmens with mysterious inscriptions. Salvatore Michael Trento of the Middletown Archeological Research Center, an organization composed of many practicing geologists and anthropologists, spent years cataloguing and researching these enigmas and came to the conclusion that “they were built and inscribed by Celtic and Phoenician Old World Traders”.

Aristotle wrote in "De mirabilibus auscultationibus" that the Carthaginians were building colony's in a land beyond the pillar of Hercules. The land had navigable rivers and since there are no islands with navigable rivers in the Atlantic he could have only been referencing America. Aristotle was not the only famous scholar before the common era formally recognizing Phoenician colony's in America . Didorus Siculus (Didorus of Sicily) gives vivid details of its discovery and colonization by the Phoenicians in his massive 40 volume work Bibliotheca historica ( Appendix F).

A child could see the resemblance of the Step Pyramids built in America to the Ziggurat's built in the Mesopotamian valley. There is a vast preponderance of archeological evidence attesting to a Semitic presence in the New World right up until the time when European colonization seemed to cast an unwanted light upon it. The Davenport tablets, Dighton Rock, and Grave Creek Stone have all been attacked with what can only be described as an evangelical zeal by the Smithsonian institute. Coins that were found in Kentucky and Missouri in 1932, 1952, and 1967 commemorating Bar-Kochba’s rebellion against Rome and dated from 132 –135 AD have been ignored. The Newark Holy Stones are arbitrarily dismissed, even though many scholars have attested to their authenticity, because their discoverer David Wyrick expressed a belief that the lost tribes of Israel settled in America .

The smoking gun in this case is the 9 museum documented Egyptian mummy's dated from between 1070 B.C. to 395 A.D. All of the mummy's hair tested positive for nicotine and cocaine, substances only found in the New World, in rigorous scientific study's conducted by German scientist’s under Svetla Balabanova in the early nineties. Academia, this time led by Oxford, openly expressed apoplexy. When they could not explain the mummy's condition without admitting contact between the pre-Columbian Old and New Worlds the mummy's were sequestered in the vaults of the Munich museum. When she attempted to conduct her own independent analysis the Keeper of Egyptology at the Manchester Museum in England, Professor Rosalie David Obe, renowned author and the worlds foremost expert on mummification, was refused access to them “on grounds of religious respect”.

Upon his surrender to General Miles famed Nez Pierce Warrior Chief Joseph presented him with a strangely inscribed pendant that the Chief told the General was a family heirloom handed down for generations. The Chief said it was given to his family by his white ancestors. It was kept in West Point and was later translated by Robert Biggs, professor of Assyriology at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Professor Biggs found that it was a sales receipt for a lamb written in Cuneiform from the Mesopotamian valley dating back to 2042 B.C.

The Bat Creek Stone was excavated in 1889 from an undisturbed burial mound in Eastern Tennessee by the Smithsonian's Mound Survey project. Cyrus Thomas the director of the project, whined to anyone who would listen that the curious inscription on the stone was "beyond question letters of the Cherokee alphabet." In the 1960’s scholars, Henriette Mertz and Corey Ayoob, noticed a little discrepancy: Thomas had been reading the stone upside down. When properly orientated the only thing that was “beyond question” was that the inscription was ancient Semitic. Semitic languages scholar Cyrus Gordon later confirmed that it is from the first or second century A.D. Gordon translated the inscription as reading LYHWD, or "for Judea." He noted that the broken letter on the far left is consistent with Mem, in which case the word would read LYHWD[M], or "for the Judeans." Carbon dating of surrounding biological matter yielded dates from 200 to 750 AD. It should be noted that Cyrus Thomas said of the Davenport tablets that they were “anomalous waifs,” that had absolutely no supporting or contextual evidence to aide in their authenticity.

The Feast of Succot has been observed in Judaism since the first days of Solomon's Temple. It is observed in the harvest season of fall, on the 15th day of the the seventh month of the Jewish calendar. The festival is celebrated for eight days during which the celebrants live in booths, covered with branches, leaves, and fronds while they meditate on the ancient patriarchs. The Yuchis Indians are indigenous to the area in the Tennessee river valley where the Bat Creek Stone was found. They are different in both physical appearance and language from their neighbors.The Yuchis celebrate a harvest festival which is identical to the Feast of Succot. Every year on the fifteenth day of the harvest month they live in booths with roofs open to the sky, covered with branches, leaves and foliage. During this festival they dance around a fire and call upon the name of God. Dr. Cyrus H. Gordon who translated the Bat Creek stone was convinced after siting in on the Indians festival he exclaimed to a friend siting next to him: "They are speaking the Hebrew names for God!"

The Los Lunas Decalogue Stone besides serving as evidence for pre-Columbian occupation of the Americas by the Phoenicians (read Israelites) also serves as a warning for Zombie archeologists contemplating a resurrection. The boulder which sits on the side of Hidden Mountain in New Mexico not far from Chaco Canyon bares an ancient Hebrew inscription of the 10 commandments. Discovered in 1933 by one of their own; professor Frank Hibben an archaeologist from the University of New Mexico. Hibben’s held degrees from both Yale and Harvard but saw his distinguished career systematically dismantled when academia made it a point to dig up half of Alaska’s tidal zones in an effort to discredit some of his earlier findings at Cook inlet. Hibben it turns out had misidentified the strata in which he had unearthed evidence contradicting Americas inhabitance before academia's cherished bench mark of Clovis Spear Points.


The Christians sacked Jerusalem under the burning sun of July 1099. In the finest tradition of Yahweh they slaughtered every living thing in the city. With Christian power consolidated in the Holy Land a little over a decade later Bernard, a charismatic mystic and nobleman from Burgundy, along with thirty five other young noblemen also from Burgundy, sought admission into the obscure Cistercian order. By 1115 Bernard had already become a catholic icon that would be hailed posthumously as; Saint Bernard of Clairvaux. He was as blood thirsty a saint as ever occupied the central stage of history. Latter his preaching against the Cathars in the town of Albi would lead to the Albinesian crusade, a euphemism for the extermination of the entire populace in the South of France. His words and famous letter would shortly spawn the second crusade and his uncharacteristic intercession on behalf of the Jews in Mainz would save the Jews from Christian wrath during that second crusade. The Cistercian order itself was catapulted to prominence by the infusion of nobility and became the right hand of the Pope.

When Bernard arrived in Seborga in Northern Italy on February 1117 he joined Gondemar and Rossal two of the young nobleman who had joined the Cistercian order with him. Templar archives found for the principality of Seborga indicate Gondemar and Rossal had been sequestered there from all the way back in 1113 to guard a “great secret”. A year later they were joined by 7 nobleman: Andre de Montbar; Bernard's uncle , Count Hugues I de Champagne, Hugues de Payns, Payen de Mont Didier, Geoffroy de Saint-Omer, Archambaud de Saint Amand and Geoffroy Bisol.

Eight of them arrived in Jerusalem on May 14th 1119, they were joined years later by Hugues de Payns who Bernard would later nominate to be the first Grand Master of the Templars. Upon their arrival in Jerusalem the Templar’s were met by its freshly minted Christian King ‘Baudoin the first of Jerusalem’. He personally cloistered the Templars in what was said to be the Stables of Solomon. The Templars immediately launched the first great archeological dig in history. In 1867 the tunnels they dug were excavated by England's Royal engineers. The Templars had bored straight down through 80 feet of Solid rock to an underground labyrinth beneath the ruined temple of Solomon. What they found can only be speculated on. The chambers of the labyrinth were empty save for a few relics left by the Templars themselves.

The main excavations of the Templars were completed by the end of 1127 when all of the original members retuned to Seborga. They were met by Bernard and under great pomp and ceremony he ordained Hugues de Payns as the first Grand Master of the Templars. Along with their counterparts the Knights Hospitaller the Templars proceeded to become the primary powers in Europe for the next two centuries.

At the dawn of the fourteenth century the reacquisition of the Holy Land was looking less and less feasible in light of the recent futility of the third Crusade. King Philip IV of France had grown leery of a centralized power within his kingdom. A power with an independent army, unrestrained by borders, and whose fealty to both Pope and Crown were questionable. Phillip had accrued insurmountable banking debts and cast covetous eyes toward the Templars wealth. Phillip through intrigue had managed to get himself excommunicated then unexcommunicated. In the process the pope that had excommunicated him, Boniface VIII, died and was replaced by Phillips boyhood friend Pope Clement V.

When the Templars refused one of his many demands for funding his endless wars Phillip acted with the help of his puppet pope. At dawn on Friday, October 13, 1307, scores of French Templars were simultaneously arrested by agents of King Philip and charged with trumped up charges of heresy.The Grand Master Jacques de Molay was burned at the stake but most of the order escaped along with one of the richest treasures in the known world. There is record of 18 Templar ships being in port at La Rochelle, France on October 12, 1307 but by the next day they had vanished. In the aftermath of all this the Swiss suddenly became renowned warriors and bankers, Scotland independent, and Portugal emerged as a great sea power.

The Immigrant Song: “We are your overlords”

In 1898 while clearing a field in Kensington Minnesota Olaf Olman along with his ten year old son unearthed what quickly became known as the Kensington runestone. The table slab sized rock was covered with Nordic ruins whose translation dated it at 1362. Dozens of witness’s claim the stone was rapped in the roots of a Poplar tree that had been there for years and multiple Geologists examined it and said the inscriptions were weathered in the same manner as the stone. The inscriptions were later translated to read: “Eight Goths and 22 Northmen are on this acquisition expedition from Vinland far to the West. We had traps by two shelters one day’s travel north from this stone. We were fishing one day. After we came home I found ten men red with blood and dead. Avé Maria deliver from evils! I have ten men by the inland sea to look after our ship, fourteen days’ journey from this island Year 1362.”

The furor the Kensington Runestone created during the ensuing century among the academic community defies description. Olman’s family was destroyed and his daughter driven to suicide. “Scholars” tripped over each other falsifying documentation. With little to no referencing thirty-two “experts” in Scandinavian linguistics declared the Kensington Runestone inscription fraudulent. They were led by Erik Moltke, the official Runologist of the Danish National Museum, who called them an “abortion”. Minnesota Archeologist, R.H. Landon Ph.D., had the stone coated with engine oil and scrubbed with a powerful solvent attempting to “clean” it. In an effort to caste disparagement on the Kensington Runestone itself Dr. Kari Ellen Gade now a professor of Germanic Studies at Indiana University and 4 other Graduate students perpetrated their own hoax near the Kensington Runestone Park. Theodore C. Blegen of the Minnesota Historical Society invented a deathbed confession ostensibly proving that Olaf Olman a man barely staving off poverty with 36 weeks of education and nine children forged the stone himself.

All of this occurred in spite of the fact that N.H. Winchell the state geologist of Minnesota, along with the state geologist for Wisconsin, verified the inscriptions antiquity as early as 1909-1910. They were ignored and marginalized in favor of primitive academic pseudo sciences. The Geological evidence is overwhelming but it always seems to be legal experts that must conclusively explain to academia that physical evidence and not theory's are what's important in figuring out how past events transpired. Richard Nielsen and Scott Wolter are both acknowledged expert witnesses in court cases involving construction failure. Nielsen felt the controversy would be settled once and for all by examining the petrographic data. He hired Wolter a renowned independent court expert in forensic geology to examine the Runestone using the high-tech microscopy that is used to examine the forensics of failed concrete in legal decisions. The results were conclusive and confirmed the antiquity of the runestone’s inscriptions.

Wolter found that 3 of the R runes on the stone have dots. Similar R’s with dots are found in Sweden on medieval gravestones although dotted R’s in medieval runic inscriptions were not known to exist until 1935. Wolter went to the source, the Cistercian church's on the Island of Gotland in the Baltic sea off the coast of Sweden. There he found gravestones with the dotted R’s that were dated 1449. The dates were verifiable through the Easter Table. This was a secret authentication technique practiced by Cistercian scribes where some runes were accentuated so they can be checked on a chart of corresponding calendar dates called the Easter table. The date that is given in the runes is verified when it is the same as the one given through the Easter table code. The Kensington Runestone has cross's, which should not be there, through the staves on 3 of the runes .When checked against the table the 3 runes give a date of 1362.

Scholars strenuously objected to the two dots punched above some of the runes known as umlaut’s. Umlaut’s denote a runes pronunciation, such as the dots above the hooked X on the Kensington Runestone that denote its pronunciation as an A. It was believed umlaut’s were not used in medieval runic inscriptions but Richard Nielsen pointed out no less than eight uses of umlauts in the Codex Runicus, a Nordic manuscript from the year 1300.

The umlauts and the hooked X’s both surfaced in the Larson Papers published in 2004 along with seven of the other rare ruins used on the stone. The Larson papers are Masonic ciphers allegedly written down in 1883 and 1885. The hooked X is also found on Roslyn Chapel which was completed in 1486. Roslyn Chapel is acknowledged to be a shrine to the Templars and is an esoteric legacy to the modern Free Masons. Its enigmatic stone carvings include corn and the agave cactus, found only in the New World. The carvings on the 215 blocks found along the pillars and arches inside bare an uncanny resemblance to the block writing of the Maya. Many of its carved figures crouch in grotesque poses similar to the beings depicted in Mesoamerican art.

Another runestone was found in Upernavik on the coast of Greenland in 1824. The Kingittorsuaq runestone details a Norse journey to Greenland and was double dated to 1314 using the Easter Table method a code employed by the Cistercians and their Templar offshoot. Mysterious holes are drilled into large rocks interspersed around both the sites of the Kingittorsuaq and the Kensington Runestone. The holes appear to be post holes for ship moorings and the Kensington Runestone makes reference to an island and an inland sea.Tom Trow the past archeologist for the Minnesota historical Society claims there is no evidence that water levels were that high. Unless of course someone should happen to notice the 11,842 lakes that dot the “land of 10,000 lakes” which is what people call Minnesota. In Corona, South Dakota the same type of holes are also found near carvings of a Norse drinking Horn and a Dagger. Pitted out feldspar along the carved surface area prove the antiquity of the carvings.

It is known that that the Norse reached Nova Scotia and in 1398. The area inland of Nova Scotia was populated by a tribe called the Mi’kmaq who have a “legend” about a man called Glooscap who came from the East on the backs of Whales, a century before Columbus.The Zeno Narrative states that Henry Sinclair, Prince of Orkney, led an expedition from the Orkney Islands westward to an unknown land in 1398 AD. Sinclair's grandson William Sinclair built Roslyn Chapel. Frederick J. Pohl in his book ‘Atlantic Crossings Before Columbus’ gives 17 examples where the Mi'kmaq legend is identical with the Zeno narratives account of Prince Henry Sinclair’s expedition.

The Zeno Narrative states that Sinclair took with him the latest of cannonry and a cannon was found at Louisburg Harbor, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, in 1849. The cannon dates back to the late 1300's. It is even known that the Mi’kmaq’s were playing a primitive game of hockey (a European game) called Shinny prior to European contact and held the cross in reverence. Beatrice M. Hay in the December 30, 1927 edition of Canadian National Railways Magazine remarked that missionary's believe the Mi'kmaq may have learned of Christianity from earlier Viking visits. The Mi’kmaq flag is identical to a Templar battle flag and both resemble depictions of the Crab nebula’s birth in Chaco Canyon.

There is a preponderance of archeological evidence that well before the voyage of Columbus Europeans landed and at least built temporary settlements on the Northeastern shoreline of America.Carved into a glacial boulder on the highest hilltop in Westford, Massachusetts, is the hilt of a sword which some claim is all that is left visible of a Knight and the family crest of the Gunn's. The shrine was placed there to commemorate the death of Sir James Gunn chronicled in the Zeno narrative to have died during Prince Henry Sinclair's voyage. The “Westford Knight” has not been dated but its placement is on a pre European path used by the Indians.

Most controversial of all perhaps because they verify the slaughter chronicled on the Kensington runestone are the Spirit Pond Runestones. Discovered in Phippsburg, Maine in 1971 the actual dates of the carving and the interpretations are still disputed by scholars but it’s eastward orientation is according to a little known medieval practice of orientating maps towards Jerusalem, its hooked X, its dating according to the Easter table method, and its resemblance to the Kingittorsuaq make the Spirit Pond Runestone difficult to dismiss as a hoax. It’s map points south and its inscription reads Vinland two days journey.

Following the stones directions we come to Pojac Point in Narragansett Bay and find more runic inscriptions baring the hooked X carved on a two ton boulder that is underwater most of time but visible at extreme low tide for 20 minutes a day. The Narragansett Runestone was discovered in 1984 by clam diggers. Six hundred years ago at the time of Sinclair's voyage it would have acted as a signpost for sailing vessels because the shoreline was 200 feet further out placing it right above the high tide line. In this case the smoking gun lies just across the bay in Newport Rhode island.

In the heart of Newport on Farewell Street sits the Newport Tower. It functions as a departing obscene finger gesture to academia.The Tower was noted by Verrazano as a Norman Villa on maps recording his exploration of the New England Coast in 1527. It is also depicted on Gerardus Mercator's great world map of 1569. “Scholars” have made the claim for years that it was built by Benedict Arnold the first and modeled after a windmill in Chesterton England, “his hometown”.

Throughout the years there have been numerous attempts to ascertain the towers actual age. Adjusted dates for the Carbon dating of the mortar and excavations around it indicates work was done on it in the sixteenth century but readings nearer its foundation indicate a thirteenth century date for its actual construction. The fact is the English registry's show the Arnold family lived a hundred miles from the Chesterton windmill and it was built almost at the time of the Arnold family's departure for America. Its extremely doubtful than an Arnold ever laid eyes on the Chesterton England Windmill.

Besides for their proportions and cylindrical symmetry the two structures bear little resemblance to each other. The Newport Towers windows are seemingly irregularly spaced squares while the windmills windows are regularly spaced uniform rectangles. The Windmill has six arch's supported by six pillars while the Tower has eight arch's supported by eight pillars in accordance with the traditional Templar method of constructing churches. Circular patterns of red discolorations in the clay around the Tower would indicate that it would have had an ambulatory, just like Templar church's, but unlike the windmill.

On the winter solstice at 9AM the sun shines through the south window and illuminates an egg shaped keystone within the tower. The cosmic egg would indicate Goddess worship, the foundation of esoteric mysticism and Templar “mythology”. Like the final defiant shot in the rebellion of knowledge against those who would be its master: when a line is drawn between the egg keystone and another keystone within the Tower and extended to Minnesota it pierces the site where the Kensington runestone was discovered.

Conquistador: “and like some angel's haloed brow you reek of purity”

On March 31, 1492, the Edit of Expulsion was signed by the monarchs of Spain at the prodding of the papacy and their hatchet men who comprised the Inquisition. The deadline for Jews (Qabalists) to leave Spain was August 3, 1492: the Ninth of Av (Tisha B'av) on the Jewish calendar.The ships set sail before dawn on this day of fasting commemorating the destruction of both Temples. On board was Luis de Torres who was fluent in Hebrew, Chaldean and Arabic. Columbus expected to use Torres as an interpreter when they encountered the lost tribes of Israel. The expeditions doctor and navigator were also Jews.

Columbus would need a Jewish navigator because he would be using a metal astrolabe invented by Avraham Zacuto a Jewish professor at the University of Salamanca. The instrument was used in accordance with Zacuto’s astronomical tables and gave the exact hours for the rising of the planets and fixed stars. Zacuto’s astronomical tables, called Ha-ḥibbur ha-gadol, were in Hebrew and would not be published in Latin till 1496. It is common knowledge that right before he sighted the New world Columbus and his crew bore witness to mysterious lights in the sky. What is not common knowledge is that Columbus was latter hauled before the inquisition for saying the lights took the form of a Jewish Menorah.

Columbus was heavily financed by Jews, among them were Juan Cabrero, royal chamberlain of King Ferdinand, Luis de Santangelo, chancellor of the royal household of king Ferdinand and queen Isabella, and Gabriel Sanchez, treasurer of Aragon. Ostensibly, with the exception of Zacuto who fled to Jerusalem, all these men were converted and called Marrano (swine) Christians by the Catholics. Although these men were called pigs they were allowed to keep their immense fortunes and pretty much ran Spain in spite of the Inquisition. In fact the letter formally announcing Columbus’s discovery of the New World was addressed to Luis de Santangelo and it was from Santangelo that Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand would hear of the expeditions success.

By 1556 it was forbidden in Spain by the Inquisition to print any books about America without special license from the Council of the kingdom of Spain. In 1571 King Phillip ordered the confiscation of the yet unpublished work of eyewitness and renowned advocate for the Indians Bartoleme De Las Casas. The works chronicled the voyages and early exploration of the New World by Columbus. The manuscripts were taken to Madrid where they were assiduously rewritten under the watchful eye of Juan Lopez De Velasco, Censor of the Council of the Indies, who is quoted as saying: “the interest of the State is over disclosing the truth”.

The Durán Codex was withheld from being published until the 19th century. The author of the Duran codex, Diego Duran, was convinced that they had discovered the lost tribes of Israel (see appendix G). Scholars have accused Duran of using the mysterious “Crónica X” as a source. The similarities between the materials of Durán, Acosta, and Tovar, were first noted by scholar Robert Barlow in 1945. Leading him to propose a now popularly accepted theory that they were all generated by a common source. “Crónica X” if it ever did exist has disappeared to prosperity but its existence prior to Columbus ever even reaching Hispaniola would explain a lot of his more inexplicable actions.

The peace loving and idyllic Taíno Indians, native to the islands of Hispaniola and Cuba, were immediately accused by Columbus of the very same demonic acts that would latter be witnessed, detail by chilling detail, when contact was made with the Aztecs decades later. In Columbus's last voyage the explorer, now thoroughly discredited and blamed for much of the atrocity's perpetrated against the Taíno, doggedly probes the coast of Central America. Aztec civilization flourished just miles to the North on the other side of the Yucatan peninsula in yet undiscovered Mexico. No doubt Columbus would have been vindicated if he did indeed find the bloodthirsty children of hell he had been making the Taino out to be. From the second he first stepped ashore on Hispaniola Columbus engaged in a single minded quest for gold as if he expected it to be there. The Conquistadors who followed him left no doubts as to their primary objective.

Academia's version of history would have us believe that a man named Christopher Columbus of Italian descent whose primary occupations were bargaining in wool and tending bar cut a deal to become a junior partner with the monarchs of Spain thorough the Capitulations of Santa Fe. Further adding to the incredulity history tells us that Columbus was born in the 1450’s so in early historical operations attributed to him as captain or corsair he would have been as young as 14 or 15. As Spanish historians already take for granted the real Christopher Columbus was more than likely Joan Colom Bertran, a Catalan of the Colon Bertran family of Barcelona. They were a highly ranked family of professional sea farers. Colom held similar offices as those attributed to Columbus and there are striking resemblances in his family coat of arms to those recorded latter by history to be that of the Columbus family. Regardless as to the real identity of Columbus his signature is on record signed with a hooked X.

Appendix C




Appendix D

Tiahuanaco astronomical alignment:

http://www.atlantisquest.com/prehistcity.html (POSNANSKY'S DATING TECHNIQUE)

http://sacredsites.com/americas/bolivia/tiahuanaco.html (Paragraph 11 and 12)


Appendix E

Construction methods:


“Inca construction techniques have long been the subject of wild speculation. Investigations of ancient quarry sites and of numerous cut-stone walls reveal that the amazing Inca constructions were built with very simple means. Stones were selected out of rock falls or just broken out of a rock face with pry-bars. If the blocks needed to be parted, big hammerstones were used to split them. To dress the stones smaller hammerstones were used to pound them until they had the desired shape. The fitting of one stone to another was done by cutting the already laid stones to receive the next ones in a trial-and-error fashion. Experiments show that with this process stones can be mined, cut, dressed, and fit with little effort and in a short time”.

Experiments in Egyptian archaeology: stoneworking technology in ancient Egypt By Denys Allen Stocks:

“A hardened and tempered engineers steel chisel (VP800) together with a hardened steel punch (VP800) was employed to cut a grove .5 mm into a smoothed surface on a block of diorite, the tools suffered severe damage.”


Appendix F


“In the sea outside the Pillars of Hercules they say that an island was discovered by the Carthaginians, desolate, having wood of every kind, and navigable rivers, and admirable for its fruits besides, but distant several days' voyage from them. But when the Carthaginians often came to this island because of its fertility, and some even dwelt there, the magistrates of the Carthaginians gave notice that they would punish with death those who should sail to it, and destroyed all the inhabitants. lest they should spread the report about it, or a large number might gather together to the island in their time, get possession of the authority, and destroy the prosperity of the Carthaginians.”

Didorus of Sicily:


Appendix G

Diego Duran:

"Seeing that their stories are so like those found in the Holy Scriptures I cannot help but believe that [these Indians are the children of Israel]."

"As proof of this, in order to make it clear, I wish to mention the rites, idolatries, and superstitions these people had. They made sacrifices in the mountains, and under trees, in dark and gloomy caves, and in the caverns of the earth. They burned incense, killed their sons and daughters, sacrificed them, and offered them as victims to their gods. They sacrificed children, ate human flesh, killed prisoners and captives of war. All of these were also Hebrew rites practiced by those ten tribes of Israel, and all were carried out with the greatest ceremony and superstitions one can imagine."

"What most forces me to believe that these Indians are of Hebrew descent is their strange insistence in clinging to their idolatries and superstitions, for they pay them much heed, just as their ancestors did. As David states, in Psalm 106, when the people were afflicted by God, they pleaded that He forgive them in His mercy; but then they forgot and returned to idolatry:

" 'And they served their idols; which were a snare unto them. Yea, they sacrificed their sons and daughters unto devils. And shed innocent blood, even the blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan: and the land was polluted with blood.' " (Psalm 106:36-38)


Who Really Discovered America

Indians in the Americas: the untold story By William Marder



THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA – A Goverment conspiracy? - The truth on Columbus (1/2)

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Jack I will have to finish later. I just spent many hours yesterday at ARE conference on end of the world prophesies and my mind is melting.
This took awhile as I clicked on all your links and was fascinated by it all as I love History.
Lovelock Caves of Nevada- That is my next read.. I saw an astrolabe that Jacques Cartier used when he 'discovered ' Canada .. in the Natural Museum of Civilization in Ontario. Of course this throws this all to shit now doesn't it?
Like other famous books our history is a lot of made up stories.. I take it that current from Japan is the one and the same that is brigin us all that junk from the Tsunami in 1.5 years.
Well done.. I love this kind of stuff.
Jack, as with part one you have presented a lot of very interesting historical details here and there is much that I was not familiar with before! As I said about part one you really did a huge amount of research and I will be reading this through again later tonight to focus on all of the many facets of the post!
Interesting stuff.

It is true that countering orthodoxy, even in modern science, can get you in trouble. I don't know how regularly it happens, but probably a good deal more often than is acknowledged.

I haven't gone through this in complete detail yet.

You don't have a series of posts here. What you have is a book.
You need chapters.
A lot to digest, once again here Jack... But I think another success (haha)! Let the Smithsonian put this in their pipe and smoke it!
I like your information about Columbus Jack.

I’m gonna comment on this part, run my dogs to the park and will return to read the rest.

If it all went as we’re told, Columbus had three ships, the largest of which was roughly 59 feet long, and a bit over 19 feet wide. That’s about as long and wide as the entry, hallway dining room and family room in my house and it’s a relatively small house. This with what’s said to be 40 men on the largest and 26 each on the other two smaller vessels??? If I had 40 people in this area of my house, a person wouldn’t be able to move around, much less function as sailors. And it supposedly took 5 weeks to accomplish all this??

Doesn’t it seem just a bit preposterous that a man with three tiny and I do mean TINY, ships could traverse the Atlantic towards an entirely “unknown” destination based upon the hunch of a single person and somehow end up in what is now the Bahamas? The TINY Bahamas?

Here’s a bit of information I find curious too. I can’t attest to the accuracy of this as I just looked it up, but for the sake of conversation, say it is:

“Santa Maria ran aground and sank and Columbus had to leave 39 men behind in the Caribbean for his return journey”

That’s almost half his crew of experienced, SPANISH/ITALIAN-speaking crew and the Santa Maria was the largest of the three ships.

“These men were all killed by the natives before Columbus returned on his second voyage. Columbus took about 20 natives as slaves, only 7 of which survived the crossing to Spain.”

OK. Now Columbus has 20 “slaves” (presumably not terribly fluent in either Spanish or Italian) and 37 experienced sailors to sail back across the Atlantic???? Surely they wouldn’t be able to communicate well enough to teach them to sail a ship, the likes of which they’d never even seen before.

I don’t know, perhaps his I-phone had the correct app or something like that, but considering that some 400 years later it still took weeks to cross the Atlantic in much larger, faster ships and they were not typically sailed by foreign-speaking slaves, questions certainly show up in my mind.

Be back shortly
I am more drawn than ever to these runestones. Wish I'd known about the Kensington when I lived in Minnesota as Alexandria was only an hour away from our town. I would very much like to see Roslyn Chapel, the image of the hooked X with the diamond below is fascinating. So many clues but what are the right questions. What are they pointing at, it's as if it's all a map but no one is paying attention to finding the right questions first. I suppose soon it will not matter, what will be will be.

Thank you for the links and another amazing post. After the third one, I will come back and read the first two again with all your responses. I sense that I am using my brain too much in reading them and am missing something.
Another very interesting read, and like with the first, my mind is melting. Even if Columbus "discovered" the New World, the folks already here ala "The Natives" probably would question that discovery!! :D

Again, great piece.
Man! You continue to amaze the hell out of me Jack ol’ buddy. This is all incredibly enthralling to me and exciting as hell to see someone write about it all as concisely as you have. I've looked at (or maybe felt) this puzzle for almost 30 years and you put it together very, very well my friend.

I'll wait until the next installment to comment further. I have a strong feeling that I know where it’s all heading.

So much for my hiatus from blogging :-)
Jack- some great info here, and yet another proof of how small the world is and how ancient home sapiens are here:


Sorry to have missed your previous post.

Aloha Kakou
In my humble opinion this is THREE posts. It is a brilliant, understandable, digestible bit of archaeological hypothesis for the masses. I believe it may be the gateway to your opus. Please whittle it down for the blog crowd. Then we can address (bit by bit) your theories and your hours of research combined into one reading source. Gorgeous.
rated with reservation that I agree with Kosh (and others):

"You don't have a series of posts here. What you have is a book.
You need chapters."

R!. Great work! It always touches my heart when somebody actually quotes in a favorable way, Dr Ivan Van Sertima. Your quote from Van Sertima bears repeating:

"A study of the Olmec civilization reveals elements that so closely parallel ritual traits and techniques in the Egypt-Nubian world of the same period that it is difficult to maintain [that] all these are due to mere coincidence."

I was first exposed to Van Sertima's great tome, "They Came Before Columbus" when I was a student at Cornell and used that book as one of my texts when I taught U.S. and World History. I have to say, I was truly blessed to be at Cornell when I was. In addition to participating in the incredible political activism occurring then, my Professors included Martin Bernal ("Black Athena"), and more controversial historians such as Dr. Josef Ben -Jochannan and John Henrik Clarke. I'll never forget this quote of Clarke, who if you ever saw him speak with his very scholarly, calm, horn-rimmed glasses demeanor and erudite English you might never expect him to say the following, which he did with the most profound of certainty:

"The biggest mistake that the African made when the White man set afoot his soil was to not have killed every last one of them." LOL.
I am simply astounded by your ability to uncover and synthesize research into an engaging finished product. I will be chewing on the thoughts in here for many days/weeks to come.
Absolutely worthy second part, Jack. I have a point brewing and I reserve the right to post it later. Excellent work as always, my friend. R
It will be interesting to see where this all goes. As I have traipsed through a fair amount of templar ruins, ancient caves, seen the graves of the Spanish monarchs with the gold of Columbus, and also crawled over a fair amount of the southwest and scandinavia, it is all too interesting for me. I am sure there are a few places yet undiscovered. Two (perhaps random) things I had thought of during the reading of this and previous post:
1) I remember learning a while back of an archeologist who discovered evidence of pyramids and advanced cities at the tip of Argentina. She (or he?) was immediately discredited and banned from exploration of the sites, they would have put the civilization at the time of early Egypt.
2) Also, when I was at Chichen Itza, on the Vernal equinox, it happened to be a special year. The year that the Sword of Orion pointed directly down above the high temple. Through procession of the constellations, this happened every 52 years. It was said there that there are 52 temples around the planet that line up with this phenomenon every spring, one each year.
3) I had a classmate in anthropology that wanted to study the emigration of the Jews to Latin America after the Inquisition.
4) There are supposed to be huge pyramids in south eastern united states that are like the ziggurats/south american pyramids, chinese and india pyramids, but somehow they aren't open to the public. Is this true?
A mind-boggling read.
But disturbing...

To have all of one's foundational conventional truths
crumble to dust at once
is a bit disorienting.

The structure that is rising from your scholarship
to replace it
is like being relocated from
a Norman Rockwell picture
a post-postmodern Hieronymous Bosch.
I think this would make a good documentary for the History Channel. Seriously.
I'm reading,
but very busy.

Another densly parsed report. Like liana vines in a jungle forest, all these points of departure, for finer, deeper explorations...

and getting closer and closer to home, mine anyway.

The evocation of the scene in the cave of the red haired giants last stand, the stuff of primordial dreams curled into a sleepless night's pillow.