According to most historians, Columbus discovered America. But was he the first white man on American Soil?
But Professor Gordon student of Mediterranean studies at Brandel University says that Hebrew refugees fled from Roman oppression crossed the Atlantic and some settled in Tennesse and Kentucky.
His theory is based on a stone that was discovered by the Smithsonian Institute in a Tennessee burial ground. The stone had inscriptions in Ancient Hebrew with reference to the land of Cannan. He requested a photograph of the stone, and realized that the photo was taken upside down, and that was the reason it could not be deciphered!.
This theory has caused many disputes among historians.
But if one compares the Ancient Mayas and the way they built their pyramids, had advanced irrigation systems the question arises where did they get the knowledge from?
Examples of their advance society are found and ongoing archaeological artefacts are proof of their society. They were a prosperous people.
They practised astronomy, had advanced mathematics, they were agronomists, philosophers fine artists, philosophers and sculptors, and also warriors.
They were the first to cultivate corn, grow pineapples, chillies vanilla beans Papaja, and the first to produce cocoa.
They had engineers who built causeways and reservoirs, with irrigations systems.
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They wove textiles and sculpted in Jade
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Example of Mayan calender.
The introduced Mathematical systems.
They built majestic and perfect buildings of excellent proportions.
All this advanced knowledge in comparison with Europe at the same time must have come from an intellectually advanced people.
Artefacts also showed that they used the bartering system.
They also made the most beautiful jewellery.
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Among the artefacts tools for jewellery making building and weaving were found.
When looking at all the facts we must conclude that professor Gordon has valid points in his theories.
These people must have come from another country with advanced knowledge, and the Ancient Hebrew writing on the tablet cannot just be circumstantial.