Phoenicians: The first to discover America

Phoenicians: The first to discover America

"Of all the nations of their time, the Phoenicians stood in the front rank. In the practical arts, as well as in the exact sciences, they were in their own wide sphere, without a competitor. They were masons, dyers, glassblowers, workers in metal, and at the same time...
Phoenicians came to this continent

Phoenicians came to this continent

In his 1871 book Ancient America, John Denison Baldwin said this about the Phoenicians being the first people to establish colonies and cities filled with civilized life: "The known enterprise of the Phoenician race, and this ancient knowledge of America, so variously...
The Los Lunas Stone (Decalogue Stone)

The Los Lunas Stone (Decalogue Stone)

In my last article, The American Indians and Phoenician Hebrews: Masonic Square and Compass, I had shared with you an interesting artifact that seems to tie the Indians with the Phoenicians (Sea Peoples and Hebrews), and possibly the Freemasons. As I had mentioned in...
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