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The Mystic Symbol: Mark of the Michigan Mound Builders Paperback – October 1, 2004
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Mertz died in 1982, at the age of 73.
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Farmers in 15 county's found artifacts in 7 collections. An artifact called the Dighton Rock was discovered near the riverbed of the Taunton River at Berkley, Massachusetts. The rock had petroglyphs covering the surface. The Dighton rock had petrography and iconic markings. Edwin Worth collected artifacts for 40 years and created a museum in Springfield. The museum burned down and five artifacts were saved and sold to Philip Schupp.
On Oct 1890, James Scotford discovered a clay cup of unbaked clay. Rev Barlow interprets the relic as authentic and the works of Egyptian and Chaldean immigrants. Mounds near Wyman were excavuated and relics found. In 1907, Father James Savage purchases his first Michigan Relics. The artifacts are object that found its way from the Valley of Tigeris and Euphrates. The Savage collection was stored at Notre Dame and the University gives the collection to Milton Hunter. Today, the Michigan relics are store at the Michigan Historical Center's Michigan Historical Museum.
Soper collected 9 thousand indian artifacts, 3 copper spears, and a clay lamp.Read more ›
teacher and linguist who has written many books of the subject as did Gloria Farley & Raymond Capt.
Very good explanations on why the author believes the artifacts were in fact genuine.
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Very interesting and gives the reader a better understanding of ancient peoples.Published 23 months ago by B. Fowler
one of the best, really big fun to watch, may get more of the series, really like Diana as Mrs. Peel.Published on June 13, 2014 by rees
This book is really amazing. David Deal's cracking of the script and language is truly a major accomplishment.
His anti-Trinitarian bias is unfortunate taint, though.