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 →

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Sunken Cities in Mysterious Michigan Lakes.

Chapter 9 of the Lost History of Ancient America, is titled, Drowned Village of the Ancient Copper Miners, by Wayne N. May. It may as well be presented as a report of an article May read once. This article is simply a retelling of a 2012 article from Ancient America, about a 2011 discovery by Scott... Continue Reading →

Bronze Age Oil Barons in Pre-Colombian America.

The fifth article in the Lost History of Ancient America book, edited by Frank Joseph, is Thomas Anderton's article "Who Were the Oil Tycoons of Pre-Columbian Pennsylvania?" If you answered the Seneca or Iroquois Indians, you would be wrong…according to Anderton. Anderton attempts to make the argument that the ancient oil pits of Pennsylvania were... Continue Reading →

Ancient American Oil, Copper, and Mercury, or How Far Will They Go For Stuff They Already Have at Home?

Joseph introduces the second section of The Lost History of Ancient America by telling us about the “extraordinary achievements of ancient America” (2017). Namely that there are oil pits in prehistoric Pennsylvania, quicksilver in Mesoamerica, and of course the copper mines in Michigan (Joseph 2017). There is no grandiose boasting this section, just brief outline... Continue Reading →

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