The Lost Worlds of Ancient America
Edited by Frank Joseph
ISBN 13 978-1-60163-204-3, paperback $15.99
What if America was explored centuries before its “discovery” by Columbus? This is the question posited and answered in The Lost Worlds of Ancient America. The Lost Worlds of Ancient America looks at the substantial evidence of the exploration of large parts of America prior to the visit of Columbus to the West Indies. This evidence has largely been suppressed by mainstream archaeology in the Americas. There are even cases where discoveries have been accepted and shared within the archaeological community until the age of the discovery has been verified to be Pre-Columbian at which point the discovery is then espoused to be a fraud. This would almost be acceptable if we were discussing one or two discoveries but The Lost Worlds of Ancient America examines dozens of examples garnered from eighteen years of documentation of the multitude of examples of Pre-Columbian exploration of America.
Take for example the discovery of a stone with a Hebrew inscription dating to the first century, or the discovery of several dozens of Roman coins dating to the third century found along the beaches of the Atlantic seaboard and up and down the Ohio River Valley. These coins have been discounted as frauds deliberated planted by people, or as lost members of the collections of individuals, yet there is no evidence to support either of these claims and it is natural to assume that early explorers of the Americas would have navigated the Ohio River in an attempt to further explore the land. Additionally Roman swords dating to the same era were found buried many feet below the surface in Cincinnati, Nashville and Saint Louis. Not all of these finds can be fraudulent.
There are stone inscriptions found from coast to coast as well as other artifacts that clearly pre-date the era of exploration following the discovery of the Americas by Christopher Columbus. The mainstream scientific community has fought for generations to suppress these discoveries. The evidence offered in The Lost Worlds of Ancient America clearly and compellingly paints a picture of these Pre-Columbian discoveries and their significance. In many cases, the discoveries have been subjected to further conclusive scientific testing to establish their veracity.
The examples given above of the cases contained within the pages of The Lost Worlds of Ancient America are only from the early pages of the book. Further examination of the book shows examples of ancient Roman ruins in Peru, sixth century stone tablets in Michigan and evidence that ancient Egyptians sailed to the Americas for corn. The second section of the book deals exclusively with the different sites of archaeological significance like a Pre-Columbian city buried beneath the surface of a lake, and the presence of Welsh fortresses along the Ohio River. The third section deals with the fact that there is evidence of advanced technology in places in the Americas like evidence of early flight in South America, a 12 mile stretch of roadway constructed with mussel shell mortar, and possible evidence of Pre-Columbian use of electricity. The final section deals with evidence of exploration of the Americas and even Asia and Polynesian, as far back as the prehistoric era by groups of Caucasians, who later disappeared from the scene often only leaving behind mummies or other similar burial details. It also details trade of chocolate between the cacao plantations a thousand miles away and the ancient Anasazi. It deals with exploration and settlement of the Americas by groups of people of European descent, and other fascinating possibilities only now being revealed due to genetic research.
For anyone who wants to know the truth about what the evidence found over the last few centuries has to show, I would strongly recommend you read The Lost Worlds of Ancient America. It is sure to be an eye-opening experience, even for skeptics. I was one and I now find myself seriously considering the possibility that what I was previously taught was only part of the truth being discovered in the archaeological evidence. I would definitely recommend anyone with an interest in the history of the Americas and/or America and the archaeological evidence read The Lost Worlds of Ancient America.