Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Crumph Burial Cave
- these are a bit difficult to read, but interesting. the remains are unlike common indian burials. the metals and cloths show a more advanced culture. i think we should expect that this culture had been in our southeast for ages, and was in decline from a former high state. very little is known of it. some progress is being made at cactus hill, etc, back to 22,000 bce. i bet if they go deeper, they may find a more advanced culture below that in our southeast. we must change our mindset that mankind advanced thru time, and that the americas were unpopulated until people arrived from the 'old world'. the americas had cultured man long before europe.thanks jamyemike----- Original Message -----From: justice familySent: Monday, June 08, 2009 6:50 PMSubject: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Crumph Burial Cavehttp://tech. groups.yahoo. com/group/ Precolumbian_ Inscriptions/ files/Crumpf% 20Burial% 20Cave%20/This is the link to the documents in our group files.----- Original Message -----From: mike whiteSent: Monday, June 08, 2009 5:40 PMSubject: Re: [Precolumbian_ Inscriptions] etowah cultureburied city in illinoishttp://www.scribd. com/doc/15605242 /Mystery- of-America- Enigmatic- Mysteries- and-Anomalous- Artifacts- of-North- America-A- Connection- to-the-Ancient- Past-by-Tedd- St-Rain-wwwMyste ryOfAmjamye, as you said, mahon's book is not available, but i boughtanother of his on a site in ga. nothing found on the Crumph cave.mike----- Original Message -----From: justice familySent: Monday, June 08, 2009 4:34 PMSubject: Re: [Precolumbian_ Inscriptions] etowah cultureMike,Northeast Alabama is indeed rife with evidence of very ancient cultures. The people that now live in those areas are not familiar with any people more ancient than the Indians, so any and all artifacts are termed Indian. I went through a museum in Oneonta in Blount County Alabama and saw stones with several different types of inscriptions. One was the script that is just made with a series of dots.....my memory problems make me forget the name of that script, but I am pretty sure it begins with a T. The locals in Oneonta would tell me of a stone in the land at a place where the river there forks. They called it the alphabet stone, but stated that no one had ever seen any writing like that anywhere.Joseph B Mahan was the curator of a museum in Columbus , Georgia and the president of the Epigraphical Society. He did extensive research on the finds in the area and the Etowah mounds. Several of his books are still in print, but i found the best of his research in a book of his that is no longer in print. I believe the exact title is The Secret: America in History Before Columbus or it might be The Secret: America in World history Before Columbus. The book is usually only to be found in University libraries and the Libraray of Congress. I was able to obtain a copy from the U of A when I lived in Alabama and the info in it is incredible. You might find more information on the research you are doing just by googling his name.....and I highly recommend reading the book. I do have his book The Ancient Sun Kings; but previous writings of his take his historical research back even further.Jamye
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