Pseudoarchaeology is Aware of Racism, aka Let’s Talk about the R-Word.

I repeat, Pseudoarchaeology is aware of racism. They're not entirely sure when something is racist, or why archaeologists call them out on it constantly, but they know it's a thing that exists and it's probably bad. Why do I say this? The two most visible personalities in alternative archaeology/history right at this moment are probably... Continue Reading →

No One Here But Us Subduction Zones.

  Chapter 10 in, The Lost History of Ancient America, opens with the mysterious Professor Julia Patterson seeming to answer a comment from a reader of Ancient America named Tamara Szalewski. Szalewski mentions an anomaly they’ve discovered while looking at Google Earth and other maps. Szalewski mentions how she wonders if the anomaly is already recorded... Continue Reading →

The Not-So-Secret Ancient Copper Workshop at Cahokia.

The seventh article in The Lost History of Ancient America is titled “First Copper Workshop Discovered” by Wayne N. May. May starts with a story. He tells us about Gregory Perino’s discovery of a copper workshop located on Monks Mound in Cahokia, a Mississippian mound complex located in Illinois. Which in itself is not shocking... Continue Reading →

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