By Paul Schrag, Xaviant Haze
An research into the discoveries of Lewis and Clark and different early explorers of the US and the bad acts devoted to suppress them
• offers archaeological facts of giants, the fountain of teenage, and outlines from Lewis’s journals of a tribe of “nearly white, blue-eyed” Indians
• Uncovers proof of explorers from Europe and Asia ahead of Columbus and of old civilizations in North the United States and the Caribbean
• Investigates the Smithsonian conspiracy to hide up Lewis and Clark’s discoveries and what result in Lewis’s homicide
Meriwether Lewis found excess of the background books tell--ancient civilizations, unusual monuments, “nearly white, blue-eyed” Indians, and facts that the yank continent used to be visited lengthy earlier than the 1st eu settlers arrived. And he used to be murdered to maintain all of it mystery.
Examining the shadows and cracks among America’s legit model of heritage, Xaviant Haze and Paul Schrag suggest that the the United States of previous taught in faculties isn't the the United States that used to be chanced on via Lewis and Clark and different early explorers. Investigating the discoveries of Spanish conquistadors and Olmec tales of touch with European-like natives, the authors discover proof of explorers from Europe and Asia sooner than Columbus, refined old civilizations in North the US and the Caribbean, the fountain of minor, and a long-extinct race of giants. Verifying tales from Lewis’s journals with glossy archaeological reveals, geological reviews, 18th- and 19th-century newspapers, and debts of the area within the days of Columbus, the authors demonstrate how Lewis and Clark’s reveals infuriated robust pursuits in Washington--including the Smithsonian Institution--culminating within the homicide of Meriwether Lewis.
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Extra resources for The Suppressed History of America: The Murder of Meriwether Lewis and the Mysterious Discoveries of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
There isn’t a lot famous approximately this quarter, that's fascinating. Did they cease? have been they extra inspired by means of the view of Mount Hood to the south? Lewis, Clark, and the boys of the Corps of Discovery have been the 1st white american citizens to determine Mount Hood. White Salmon River runs via what used to be a huge lava tube that collapsed on itself. The plants at the area’s riverbank is an odd mixture of oak bushes, cottonwoods, and ponderosas, with Douglas fir, maidenhair ferns, western pink cedar, and Pacific yew, tremendously diverse from the desertlike terrain they'd simply undergone days ahead of.
Let’s now not stay on Meriwether Lewis’ dying. as an alternative, allow us to rejoice his lifestyles and nice accomplishments and enable the secret stay. 1 Afterword H 147 or perhaps, simply might be, going just a little deeper into the desert could serve one other function. possibly studying the reality approximately Lewis’s death might aid 1000s, maybe millions, of individuals discover a peace that has eluded them. probably studying the reality may shed new gentle at the previous we inspiration we knew, thereby altering the current, and the longer term.
At the Anniversary of Our nationwide Independence . . . ahead of the Washington Benevolent Societies of Lancaster and Guildhall. Windsor, Vt. : Thomas M. Pomeroy, 1812.
Lewis and Clark, The Definitive Journals of Lewis and Clark, Vol. five, 328. 7. King, “Kennewick Man’s Bones offer Window to earlier. ” eight. Strang, “Kennewick Man’s secrets and techniques nonetheless more often than not mystery. ” nine. Ibid. 10. Cremo and Thompson, The Hidden background of the Human Race, ninety. eleven. Stiger, Worlds earlier than Our personal. 12. Dubois, “On A Quasi Coin mentioned present in a run of the mill in Illinois,” 224. thirteen. Cremo and Thompson, The Hidden heritage of the Human Race, 802. 14. Peet, Underground! , 320. bankruptcy 7. gIants In old the United States 1. Oberlander, “Has the Biblical Goliath Been stumbled on?
French explorers assigned the identify Cahokia within the overdue 17th century. The identify caught even if the natives claimed the mounds have been a lot older than they have been. top identified for giant, artifical earthen buildings, the town of Cahokia was once inhabited from approximately seven-hundred to 1400 CE. outfitted through old Lewis and Clark and the adventure West H fifty one peoples identified casually because the Mound developers, Cahokia’s unique inhabitants used to be suggestion to were nearly 1,000 till in regards to the 11th century, whilst it improved to tens of hundreds of thousands.