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Welcome! To the PowerPoint (PPT) format of the
Interactive Symposium on Changing the Textbook
PARADIGM The PowerPoint format is better when
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Welcome! To the Interactive Symposium on
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Welcome!Interactive Symposium on Changing the
Textbook PARADIGM
  • Presented by the Ancient Artifact Preservation
    Society (AAPS)
  • Holiday Inn, Marquette, MI
  • October 24, 2008

Host Karl Hoenke Born Raised in Michigan BS
ChE, Michigan State 68 Retired from Chevron June
06 Closet Anthropologist
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Ancient Artifact Preservation Society
  • AAPS focuses on documenting disseminating
    evidence of foreign contact with ancient
    Americas native people from 11,000 to 600 BP
  • AAPS goal is to change the Clovis-
    Columbus-only paradigm to recognize that many
    people from many places influenced North American
    people by ancient trade, culture, and settlement
    throughout this period.
  • AAPS believes expanded school curricula will be
    the most effective change agent.

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Topper Site, South Carolina (19-16 kBP, to 50
kBP?)
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Australia colonized by boat (40-50 kBP)
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Many Sites (Meadowcroft, Cactus Hill, Monte
Verde, etc)
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Americas populated by boat, estimated 18-30 kBP
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Bering Land Bridge Opens
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Clovis Culture (11.0-10.8 kBP)
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Comet strikes N.A. Ice Sheet
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Maximum Ice Sheet (18-14 kBP)
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Virtually Blank N.A. Slate
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Japan Current Route
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Textbook Paradigm denies any contact between N.A.
rest of World for 10,000 years!
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Timeline of Selected Events kBP Thousand Years
Before Present
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Today
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The Worlds Oceans in Use
Events in Americas
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Folsom Culture
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Indian Ocean trading
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Plainview Culture
Polynesians Leave Taiwan (5.7 kBP)
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Red Paint Culture along East Coast
Fengtien jade trade Taiwan to Asia (5.2 kBP)
Copper Mining in Keweenaw (7-3.2 kBP)
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Egyptians import cedars obelisks (5-2 kBP)
Megalithic Culture along East Coast
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Uluburun ship sinks w/10 tons of copper (3 kBP)
Adena, Hopewell Mississippian Mound Builders
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Collapse of Hittite, Egyptian, Levant cultures
(1,200 BC)
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Chinese Explore N.A. West
African trade to Central America
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Major Greek Roman Navies Trading
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Timeline of Selected Events kBP Thousand Years
Before Present
Vikings, LAnse Aux Meadows
Columbus
Today
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Post Ice-Age Routes to Americas
Early Land Route via Beringea through Corridor
Later Viking Route once Ice Cleared
Early Sea Route along Edge of Ice
Coastal Route always Available
European, African Mediterranean Routes via
Currents
Polynesian Route
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AGENDA for Changing the Textbook PARADIGM
  • 820 Ocean Highways
  • 845 Kennewick Man
  • 910 Shan Hai Jing
  • 935 Megalithic Culture
  • 1000 Break
  • 1030 Copper Route
  • 1055 Adena Script
  • 1120 Other Cultures
  • Red Paint People
  • Woden-Lithi
  • Abu Ba Kari
  • 1145 Class Bell
  • Jeff Bennett
  • Rick Ozman
  • Karl Hoenke
  • Jay Wakefield
  • Larry Stroud
  • Ida Jane Gallagher
  • Dr. Myron Paine
  • Lunch Discussion

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Ocean Migration Motives and mechanisms
  • Jeffrey A. Bennett,
  • Captain, Northwest Airlines (ret.)
  • Avid sailor scholar of sailing history.

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A way out of Africa
  • In 70,000 BP
  • man was in danger.
  • We know
  • via Genetics
  • That he went north and east
  • out of Africa.
  • Maybe from Djibouti to Yemen on reeds or skin
    floats.

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Motives for migration that drove technology
development
  • Hunger
  • Population
  • Climate
  • Lack of food
  • Trade
  • War strife

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Conclusions
  • Man has traveled on water
  • for 70,000 years.
  • Record from before ice age.
  • Evidence Genetics, artifacts.
  • Many antique ships found recently.

  • Past developments rediscovered.
  • Good planning good sea eating
  • Floating uses less energy than walking.
  • Early ocean migration was eminently doable.

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Kennewick Man, The Power of First Impressions
By Rick Osmon,Moderator, blogtalkradio.comloopa.l
oopa.cafeScholar of many topics about Ancient
America
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On July 28, 1996 two young men found a human
skull in the Columbia River at Kennewick, WA.
James Chatters, a forensic anthropologist,
was invited to conduct skeletal forensics. He
recovered scattered bones and began to make
observations
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Possible European traits how the nose
projected how the face projected, narrow face,
delicate lower jaw, long, narrow cranium,
absence of flaring cheekbones.
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CONCLUSION
KENNEWICK MAN APPEARSTO BE CAUCASIAN
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Evidence for Asiatic Exploration of America2,600
BC to 500 AD
  • Ancient Artifact Preservation Society (AAPS)
  • By Karl Hoenke
  • Holiday Inn, Marquette, MI
  • 25 October 2008

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Overview
  • Introduce legendary ancient Chinese explorations
    of Americas
  • Discuss many corroborative lines of evidence
    supporting actuality of these explorations
  • Identify potential weaknesses in the evidence
  • Note The present discussion focuses on events
    influences prior to the Treasure Ship
    Explorations documented by Gavin Menzies in 1421

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Harris Map Dated to 1300s Based on much earlier
Shan Hai Jing map
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Polynesian-Hawaiian Linkage
C
A
D
X
X
B
B
B
B
B
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Hypotheses Proposed in Pale Inkby Henriette
Mertz (1953)
  • Source of Zapotec, Maya, Aztec calendars was
    Asian
  • Kwakiutl, Hopi, Navaho, Maya, Sioux, Pueblo,
    Shoshone, Mapuchis ( possibly Mogollon, Cochise,
    Zuni) are direct descendents of Chinese
  • Early Mexican glyphic writing was oriental
  • Weaving, ceramics, metallurgy, astronomy
    mathematics also show oriental influences
  • Great Luminous Canyon (sought by scholars in
    China) is the Grand Canyon (found in America)

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Loughcrew Petro glyphs (Ireland), 3200 BC,
Stonehenge I (England), 3200 BC, Discoveries of
Faroes, Iceland, and Greenland
Stonehenge III (England), 2000 BC, Discovery of
New continents in the West
Americas Stonehenge(New Hampshire), 2000 BCMap
of Atlantic Ocean, for teaching return route
Lagatjar (Brittany, France), 1600
BCCommemorating Crossing of Labrador Sea
Ref How the SunGod Reached America c.2500
BC Reinoud de Jonge Jay S. Wakefield
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23 degrees (Mixter, Celestial Navigation)
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End stone C8 is illuminated by the equinox
sunrise at Cairn T in Loughcrew, Ireland
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Great Circle Sailing chart, Atlantic
Northern Southern Routes Return Routes
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COPPER TRAIL
By Larry Stroud Associate Editor, The BATESVILLE
DAILY GUARD. Lifetime scholar of ancient
America. Amateur Arkansas archaeologist.
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COPPER TRADINGfrom MICHIGAN TO OVERSEAS
PORTS had begun 3000 years before ROME WAS
FOUNDED.
ROME WAS FOUNDED In 750 BC
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ALL TRUTH PASSES 3 STAGES FIRST, IT IS
RIDICULED. SECOND, IT IS VIOLENTLY
OPPOSED. THIRD, IT IS ACCEPTED AS BEING SELF
EVIDENT.
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Americas Adena Moundbuilders
  • And Their Burial Tablets

By Ida Jane Gallagher. Author, Contact with
Ancient America Epigrapher since 1982
and colleague of many advocates of ancient
America for 30 years.
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  • Colonial explorers crossed the Appalachian
    Mountains and discovered large earthen mounds and
    geometric earthworks !!

Who built these mounds?
Why?
Criel Mound, South Charleston, West Virginia
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Replica of the Grave Creek Tablet
1 ½ x 2 inch grayish sandstone
Sign like cross and birds head
Three lines of inscribed alphabetic characters on
one side
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CONCLUSIONS
  • THE GRAVE CREEK TABLET IS GENUINE.

THE FUNERARY INSCRIPTION IS SOUTH IBERIC.
SCRIPT IS OLDER THAN 2100 BP.
  • ADDITIONAL ADENA TABLETS HAVE SOUTH IBERIC
    INSCRIPTIONS.

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  • MANY (gt24) OTHER PEOPLE

RED PAINT PEOPLE, 7500 BP
WODEN-LITHI, 3700 BP
ABU BA KARI, 700 BP
By MYRON PAINE, Ph. D. Author, Frozen Trail to
Merica Talerman Walking to Merica Ph. D. in
Engineering, Oklahoma State, 1971 Whos Who in
Engineering, 1967 (Public Education) Lifetime
Scholar of ancient American history.
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RED PAINT PEOPLE, 7500 BP
RED PAINT ARTIFACTSC 7500
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WODEN-LITHI, 3700 BP
SIGNED HIS NAME AT PETERBOROUGH ON
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CONCLUSIONS
9000 BP KENNEWICK MAN
7500 BP RED PAINT PEOPLE
6500 BP MEGALITH CULTURE
4250 BP CHINESE
4000 BP COPPER TRADE
3700 BP WODEN-LITHI
3000 BP ADENA CULTURE
700 BP ABU BA KARI MORE THAN
19 OTHER PEOPLES!! IS THE TRUTH SELF EVIDENT?
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • MANY PEOPLE WROTE ABOUT
  • MANY PEOPLE COMING
  • TO ANCIENT AMERICA.
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