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Ancient Chinese Disk Strangely Found in a Kentucky Garden –

By Jon R. Haskell, Indigenous Peoples Research Foundation

Graphic Above: Two sides of a jade disk, about 2.5 inches in diameter, found in Harrison County, Ky. The red arrows on the right point to dragon and bird motifs. (Courtesy of Jon R. Haskell/www.Precontact.org)

What may be an ancient Chinese artifact mysteriously appeared in a small garden next to a pond, on a heavily wooded acreage in a remote and sparsely populated area of Harrison County, Ky.

“It was just laying there,” said the finder, recalling the moment two years ago when his quest began to understand what the disc is and how it got in his garden. It’s been a frustrating, inconclusive quest. With a look on his face of expecting me to have all the answers, he asked, “How do you think it got here?”

As with other such artifacts, which appear to be of ancient Chinese origin found in North America without supporting contextual information, I could only respond that there are multiple possible explanations. Continue reading Ancient Chinese Disk Strangely Found in a Kentucky Garden –

Political Correctness Reigns! Even in Archaeology (particularly) Chinese Visited America 2000 BC?

by Al Benson Jr • May 30, 2014 • 2 Comments — 22 views
[PICS ABOVE: Kensington Runestone discovered by Olof Ohman in the late 1890’s near Kensington, Minnesota in Douglas County, on display at the museum in Alexandria, Minnesota.]

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HEAVENER RUNE STONE

Several years ago when my wife and I were traveling in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas,  we stopped over for part of a day in Heavener, Oklahoma. There is a state park there that contains a very large rock with runic writing on it, carved there by Vikings or Norsemen, probably sometime in the 9th century. It is down in a canyon and is quite a sight.

I had been interested in this particular place because I felt, and still feel, that what passes for “prehistory” in America is yet one more subject we have been lied to about. If we understand that God created the world then there is no such thing as “prehistory.” The closest we might come to that is “recorded history” or “unrecorded history” but there is no time before history. Continue reading Political Correctness Reigns! Even in Archaeology (particularly) Chinese Visited America 2000 BC?