The Barnes Review, September/October 2001

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VOLUME VII, NUMBER 5


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FORGOTTEN ANCESTORS OF SOME INDIANS

By j.s. Slaymaker. The establishment will be disappointed to learn the “politically incorrect” fact that certain Indian tribes are either originally of the Caucasian race, or have received infusions of Caucasian blood prior to the sailing of Christopher Columbus…

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    The Barnes Review, September-October 2001The Barnes Review, September/October 2001: The Forgotten White Ancestors of the American Indians

    VOLUME VII, NUMBER 5


    Table of Contents

    FORGOTTEN ANCESTORS OF SOME INDIANS

    By j.s. Slaymaker. The establishment will be disappointed to learn the “politically incorrect” fact that certain Indian tribes are either originally of the Caucasian race, or have received infusions of Caucasian blood prior to the sailing of Christopher Columbus…

    DID IRISHMEN DISCOVER AMERICA?

    By John Tiffany. Legends have been popular for centuries of how St. Brendan the Navigator, and, before him, St. Finbarr, sailed to America in the sixth century. While the stories have been dismissed by the establishment as tall tales, a closer look reveals that they are based upon reality…

    THE PRODIGIOUS COPPER MINERS OF ANCIENT MICHIGAN

    By Frank Joseph. In a little-known mystery of history, vast quantities of nearly pure copper were removed from northern Michigan in days of yore. At about the same time, huge amounts of bronze were turning up in the classical cultures of the Mediterranean. Is there a connection?

    PORTUGUESE HORNSWOGGLE COLUMBUS

    By Gunnar Thompson. Christopher Columbus thought he was sailing to the Indies—the East Indies, as we call them today. But was he relying upon maps craftily prepared by the Portuguese to mislead their Spanish rivals?

    PRE-INCA CIVILIZATIONS OF THE ANDES

    By Ralph P. Forbes. How did the Incas make such fine pyramids and other cyclopean stonework? Did they build them at all? A suppressed history book indicates that it may have been an unreported pre-Inca people who were responsible for the alleged feats of the Incas…

    EASTER ISLAND’S CONNECTION TO THE ANDEAN CIVILIZATIONS

    By Ralph P. Forbes. Easter Island’s rongorongo tablets have been translated as descriptions of Andean religious ceremonies and history…

    MUSLIMS IN AMERICA BEFORE COLUMBUS?

    By Katelyn Burkindine. The mysterious Melungeons, a small population of swarthy whites living in the mountains of Appalachia, have long been a puzzle to ethnologists. The author shows how they are in all probability descended from Islamic Turks, Arabs and Berbers—some of whom were refugees from the Spanish Inquisition…

    PICTS IN CANADA BEFORE THE NORSE?

    By John Tiffany. Famed Canadian author Farley Mowat has penned a book that delves into traces of white men who apparently traded in walrus tusks in North America even before the Vikings arrived here…

    AMAZING CAVE REVEALS EVIDENCE OF ANCIENT VISITORS IN ILLINOIS

    By John Tiffany. A retired prison guard turned spelunker says he has discovered a southern Illinois cave loaded with stunning artifacts of Old World civilizations, many in stone, many made of gold…

    THE STRANGE & TROUBLING CASE OF BURROWS CAVE

    By Stephen Lombardo. So many artifacts. So many questions. Is Burrows Cave the greatest archeological find ever?…

    WHO GOT HERE & WHEN?

    By Ronald P. Anjard. In this “classic” TBR article, the author discusses some of the overwhelming mass of evidence that people came to America from Europe, Asia and the Mideast before much-heralded Christopher Columbus…

    THE BLUE-EYED INDIANS

    By John Tiffany. A tribe formerly numerous but now much reduced called the Mandans appears to contain large elements of Welsh extraction. Are they descendants of the legendary Prince Madoc of Wales and his fellow explorers?…

    A VIKING VOYAGE TO VINLAND

    From the Saga of Erik the Red, here is an extract from the writings of the Vikings describing their adventures in North America 500 years before Columbus…

    GODDESS MOVEMENT & WICCA

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. It is alluring and popular these days to believe prehistoric man worshipped the Mother Goddess as his supreme deity. The only trouble is, those who argue that this is true must distort and ignore the actual evidence, which fails to support the desired conclusion…

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