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Low Mississippi river reveals 1,200 year old map
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[quote:DSL Connector:MV8yMDkxOTE0XzM1MjE0Nzk0X0VCNjkyNDZD] I have got a copy of this book (I have the original 1970's edition) It has got pictures of rocks carved by pagans. The rocks have Ogam language. The pagans were of Celtic origin. [b]America B.C.: Ancient Settlers in the New World, Revised Edition[/b] http://www.amazon.com/America-B-C-Ancient-Settlers-Revised/dp/0671679740 The rocks are from the same period that the Israelites were in their heyday (I Kings and II Kings) or about 2800 to 3000 years ago. The Smithsonian Institution most likely has many artifacts that prove that the American Indian were not the first ones on this continent. Video about author Barry Fell [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seSh62fo39Q[/youtube] [/quote]
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"The rock contains etchings believed to be up to 1,200 years old. It was not in the river a millennium ago, but the changing course of the waterway now normally puts it under water — exposed only in periods of extreme drought."
I love stuff like this. There are also old boats showing up
such as sunken steam boats from the 19th century.
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