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  1. Welcome! To the PowerPoint (PPT) format of theInteractive Symposium on Changing the Textbook PARADIGM The PowerPoint format is better when downloaded. Teachers may use the slides in many ways. (See Notes below. Move cursor to line above “NOTES,” hold button down, and pull up.} For better viewing via the Internet, CLICK on:http://www.frozentrail.org/manymod/Resources/preview.pdf An audio discussion of the slides is available at:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oopa-loopa-cafeScroll down to “Path to Paradigm.” Click “Play”

  2. Welcome! To the Interactive Symposium on Changing the Textbook PARADIGM These slides have custom animation, and manual slide advance. CLICK to speed up action.CLICK to advance to next slide.CLICK now.

  3. 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

  4. Ancient Artifact Preservation Society AAPS focuses on documenting & disseminating evidence of foreign contact with ancient America’s 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.

  5. 16 Topper Site, South Carolina (19-16 kBP, to 50 kBP?) Australia colonized by boat (40-50 kBP) 15 Many Sites (Meadowcroft, Cactus Hill, Monte Verde, etc) 14 Americas populated by boat, estimated 18-30 kBP 13 Bering Land Bridge Opens 12 Clovis Culture (11.0-10.8 kBP) 11 Comet strikes N.A. Ice Sheet 10 Maximum Ice Sheet (18-14 kBP) 9 8 7 Virtually Blank N.A. Slate 6 Japan Current Route 5 Textbook Paradigm denies any contact between N.A. & rest of World for 10,000 years! 4 3 2 Timeline of Selected Events kBP = Thousand Years Before Present 1 Today

  6. The World’s Oceans in Use Events in Americas 11 Folsom Culture 10 Indian Ocean trading 9 Plainview Culture Polynesians Leave Taiwan (5.7 kBP) 8 Fengtien jade trade Taiwan to Asia (5.2 kBP) 7 “Red Paint” Culture along East Coast Copper Mining in Keweenaw (7-3.2 kBP) 6 Egyptians import cedars & obelisks (5-2 kBP) “Megalithic Culture along East Coast 5 Uluburun ship sinks w/10 tons of copper (3 kBP) Adena, Hopewell & Mississippian Mound Builders 4 Collapse of Hittite, Egyptian, Levant cultures (1,200 BC) 3 Chinese Explore N.A. West African trade to Central America 2 Major Greek & Roman Navies & Trading 1 Timeline of Selected Events kBP = Thousand Years Before Present Vikings, L’Anse Aux Meadows Columbus Today

  7. 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

  8. 8:20 Ocean Highways 8:45 Kennewick Man 9:10 Shan Hai Jing 9:35 Megalithic Culture 10:00 Break 10:30 Copper Route 10:55 Adena Script 11:20 Other Cultures Red Paint People Woden-Lithi Abu Ba Kari 11:45 Class Bell Jeff Bennett Rick Ozman Karl Hoenke Jay Wakefield Larry Stroud Ida Jane Gallagher Dr. Myron Paine Lunch & Discussion AGENDA for Changing the Textbook PARADIGM

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

  10. 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.

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

  12. 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.

  13. Kennewick Man, The Power of First Impressions By Rick Osmon,Moderator, blogtalkradio.comloopa.loopa.cafeScholar of many topics about Ancient America

  14. 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

  15. Possible European traits: how the nose projected how the face projected, narrow face, delicate lower jaw, long, narrow cranium, absence of flaring cheekbones.

  16. CONCLUSION KENNEWICK MAN APPEARSTO BE CAUCASIAN

  17. 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

  18. 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

  19. Harris Map Dated to 1300s Based on much earlier Shan Hai Jing map

  20. Polynesian-Hawaiian Linkage C A D X X B B B B B

  21. 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)

  22. 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 America’s 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

  23. 23 degrees (Mixter, Celestial Navigation)

  24. End stone C8 is illuminated by the equinox sunrise at Cairn T in Loughcrew, Ireland

  25. Great Circle Sailing chart, Atlantic Northern & Southern Routes & Return Routes

  26. COPPER TRAIL By Larry Stroud Associate Editor, The BATESVILLE DAILY GUARD. Lifetime scholar of ancient America. Amateur Arkansas archaeologist.

  27. COPPER TRADINGfrom MICHIGAN TO OVERSEAS PORTS had begun 3000 years before ROME WAS FOUNDED. ROME WAS FOUNDED In 750 BC

  28. ALL TRUTH PASSES 3 STAGES: FIRST, IT IS RIDICULED. SECOND, IT IS VIOLENTLY OPPOSED. THIRD, IT IS ACCEPTED AS BEING SELF EVIDENT.

  29. America’s 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.

  30. Who built these mounds? Why? Criel Mound, South Charleston, West Virginia Colonial explorers crossed the Appalachian Mountains and discovered large earthen mounds and geometric earthworks !!

  31. Replica of the Grave Creek Tablet 1 ½ x 2 inch grayish sandstone Sign like cross and bird’s head Three lines of inscribed alphabetic characters on one side

  32. 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.

  33. MANY (>24) 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 Who’s Who in Engineering, 1967 (Public Education) Lifetime Scholar of ancient American history.

  34. RED PAINT PEOPLE, 7500 BP RED PAINT ARTIFACTSC 7500

  35. WODEN-LITHI, 3700 BP SIGNED HIS NAME AT PETERBOROUGH ON

  36. 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?

  37. BIBLIOGRAPHY MANY PEOPLE WROTE ABOUT MANY PEOPLE COMING TO ANCIENT AMERICA. END SLIDE SHOW SELECT VIEW “NORMAL” GRAB BOTTOM OF SCREEN (ABOVE “BOOK“) and PULL UP.