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Ain'tGottaClue

Just saying "Howdy" from th SE US.

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The Eternal Flame

Hi AintGottaClue :st welcome to your new home.

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acute

Welcome to UM, AGC.  (Great username! :tu:)

This website is populated by many skeptics who may challenge you on your beliefs, but don't let it worry you.

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Piney
19 minutes ago, Ain'tGottaClue said:

For example, the written language of the Mic Mac Indians very closely resembles the hieroglyphics of Egypt circa the 3rd Century BC. 

Nope, It was invented by missionaries

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miꞌkmaq_hieroglyphic_writing#History

19 minutes ago, Ain'tGottaClue said:

 

How/where did they get that unless there was contact?  Dr. Barry Fell's books, to me, raise any number of valid questions about North American history from, oh, around 4,000 BC to the 1st Century AD.  This is the type of thing I prefer to research.....things that have a verified, documented history, yet present valid questions regarding what is being taught in our school's/colleges today.  Perhaps I can learn a few things from this Forum.

Barry Fell is clueless and the "Columbian Exchange" negates any heavy contact prior to 1492 and we most certainly weren't in contact with the Egyptians.

http://www.badarchaeology.com/controversies/barry-fell/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Fell#Epigraphy

http://www.jasoncolavito.com/blog/alternative-archaeology-and-ethnic-pride

 

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Ain'tGottaClue

Learn something new every day...thanks for the references.

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Not A Rockstar

Hi there "Clue". Lots of us Southern sorts around so hang out and stay awhile. The sweet iced tea ain't too bad here, either.

Welcome to UM.

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susieice

Welcome to UM AGC. :st Grab some of that sweet iced tea and pull up a chair. Have fun in the forums!

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third_eye

Hiya Alfred, long time no see, still what you no worry? 

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Tiffanyy

Howdy Ain'tGottaClue. :st Welcome to UM. This is a very fun and interesting place to come to. See you around the forums!

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Blue Star

How do you do :D

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JVG

Howdy back at ya Ain’tGottaClue, that goes for most of us!!!

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Ain'tGottaClue

Thanks for the welcome, folks.  Believe I'll just "lurk" for a few days and gt the feel of things  Seems like a pretty goof Forum with a lot of well read people on board (and probably a lot brighter than I am!!).  :mellow:

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third_eye

Just goof with the well read and read well before the goof... 

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Desertrat56

Welcome! 

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Scholar4Truth

Welcome enjoy your time here!.

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AZStarwatcher

Ain’t Got a Clue, you should check out the two silver crosses at the Tucson Historical Museum. I’ve seen them personally. Scott Wolter believes in them. The crosses suggest contact between the Romans and Native Americans.

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Desertrat56
13 hours ago, AZStarwatcher said:

Ain’t Got a Clue, you should check out the two silver crosses at the Tucson Historical Museum. I’ve seen them personally. Scott Wolter believes in them. The crosses suggest contact between the Romans and Native Americans.

The crosses signify conquest of the natives by the Holy Roman Empire.  There are 3 crosses on a hill outside of Las Cruces, New Mexico.  They signify that the priest killed natives and then converted the ones who survived. 

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