Page Added for "Giants on Record"
I've added a page for the new book Giants on Record by Jim Vieira and Hugh Newman. Jason Colavito reviewed the book over the course of four blog posts last week, and I chimed in with my thoughts on their chapter about "double rows of teeth."
Page Added for Barry Fell
I've added a page for Barry Fell, perhaps the most famous late 20th century, pre-internet advocate for Pre-Columbian Transoceanic Contact. It's been a long time since I read America BC (and I haven't yet made an entry for it), but my memory is that Fell thought he had evidence for New World visits by just about every Old World civilization one could think of. Even accepting that everyone and his brother marched across the Eastern Woodlands at some point, however, Fell did not accept Burrows Cave as legitimate. That should tell you something about Burrows Cave.
My goal is to check through my current group of "main" sources (listed on the About page) at least once a week for new links I can add. This morning I saw that Frank Johnson at Ancient Aliens Debunked had written a new post about the Ica Stones (rocks that have carvings of dinosaurs with humans) so I added a link to that. Johnson's post contained a link to a site called the PseudoArchaeology Research Archive (PARA) that was apparently created by a psuedoarchaeology class at McGill University in 2007. I've added a general link to that site under Pseudo-archaeology, and I'll add links to the individual essays under the appropriate topics when I have some time.
Pages for "Civilization One," "America: Nation of the Goddess," and Alan Butler
I've added a page for reviews of Civilization One: The World is Not as You Thought It Was (by Christopher Knight and Alan Butler, published in paperback in 2010) and the new book America: Nation of the Goddess by Alan Butler and Janet Wolter. I've also added a page for Alan Butler where you can read about his idea that the moon is an artificial structure built by time travelers..
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