By Frank Joseph
Lost Colonies of Ancient America: A Comprehensive Guide to the Pre-Columbian Visitors Who Really Discovered America is a copilation of oral accounts and physical proof for overseas’ arrivals in North, Central and South America hundreds and thousands of years before Columbus set foot in San Salvador.
Unlike any other book on the subject, this encyclopedic panorama brings the evidence under one umbrella, providing readers with a comprehensive view of the impact made on our country from Ice Age seafarers and Pharaonic Egyptians to Irish monks and Viking raiders. Relying on the latest discoveries in genetics and field research, Lost Colonies opens previously unknown, even suppressed information, not found in textbook versions of the past.
Each chapter is dedicated to a thorough description of foreign culture-bearers who landed on American shores during pre-Columbian times. They include Old Stone Age hunters, Neolithic megalith-builders, Sumerian navigators, traders from the Nile and Indus Valleys, Greek explorers, Phoenician merchants, Hebrew exiles, Romans, Kelts, Japanese, Chinese, Christian missionaries, Gnostic heretics, Arthurian refugees, Norse warriors, and Knights Templar.
Illustrated with original photographs and line draw ings, Lost Colonies of Ancient America is profusely documented, open window on the high drama and unsuspected greatness of our past.
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