Commentary: Suppressed Archaeology (Part Four)
The Bat Creek Stone Inscription
Martin G. Collins
Given 31-Oct-15; 12 minutes
Martin Collins, observing a systematic denigrating (on the part of the 'intellectuals' in the Smithsonian Museum) of evidence of pre-Columbian migration from the Old World to the western hemisphere, examines the case of the Bat Creek Tennessee stone, an artifact discovered in 1889, 'assumed' to be Paleo Cherokee. When Cyrus Gordon in 1970 observed that, if the stone were turned over, the inscription could be identified as Paleo-Hebrew, displaying the inscription Judea or For Judah. Following these revelations, character assassinations and questions of competence were leveled against John Emmert, whose team of excavators discovered the stone, accusing them of perpetrating a fraud. In 2010, Scott Wolter, of the American Petrographic Services in St. Paul Minnesota, scientifically vindicated the discoveries of John Emmert and Cyrus Gordon, substantiating not only that the relic is genuine, but existed on the western continent 1300 years before arrival of Columbus and may reflect a migration to America by Jews in the proximate decades following the fall of Jerusalem in 70 AD. This pre-Columbian migration of Hebrews to the western hemisphere is an event given credence by the works of Josephus.
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