Ancient Pennsylvania Oil Mines, Pre-Columbian Oil
Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in Ancient American magazine Issue 97, pp12-16, used with permission.
By Thomas Anderton
The following article is based on the probability that Minoans from Crete were on the Upper Peninsula in Michigan mining float copper from 2450 B.C. to around 1200 B.C., removing between 500,000,000 and 1,500,000,000 pounds of copper and shipping it to their home island of Crete, fueling the Bronze Age in Europe and the Mediterranean. If you have any doubts that they were here, please go to ANCIENT AMERICAN MAGAZINE’s web site at www.ancientamericanmagazine.com and watch two excellent video presentations. One is by Jay Wakefield and the other is by Roger Jewell. When the site comes up, scroll down, click on the video boxes and enjoy their wonderful presentations. If you enjoy them and do not [already] subscribe to this magazine, I highly recommend that you do so now. These are exciting times for those of us who believe that Columbus was LAST in discovering America. Conventional archeology has been ignoring, attacking, hiding and destroying the evidence that he was last for the past 120 years. Since Barry Fell wrote his landmark book “America B.C.” In 1976, people all over America and the world have been gathering evidence that America was “discovered” and visited many times during the past 20,000 years. The following article presents one small piece of that evidence. Read more