The Oklahoma Runestone

by Cyclone Covey, Ph.D.   Originally published in Ancient American Magazine March/April 1994.   In the 1830’s, soon after the forced removal of aboriginal tribes into Indian Territory, Chocktaw hunters roaming vast, vacant, forested hills came upon the mammoth runestone in an idyllic vale of Poteau, Mt.  It had stood immemorially hidden in its remote Read More

Traditional Relationships Of The Southeastern Indians

by Joseph B. Mahan, Executive Director, Westville Village, Lumpkin, Georgia   Originally published in The Midwestern Epigraphic Society Journal   [Editor’s Note:  The first Westville Symposium, the parent of ISAC, was held in 1972.  The Dr. Joseph Mahan, DFMES story can be found documented in MEJ 9, 1995.]   The Yuchi have been among the Read More

The Voree Plates

by Rick Hurd, “*REVELATION. The Angel of the Lord came unto me, James, on the first day of September, in the year eighteen hundred and fortyfive, and the light Shined about him above the brightness of the sun, and he showed unto me the plates of the sealed record, and he gave into my hands the Urim and Thummin. Read More

The Serpent Effigy of Lyons, Kansas

by, John J White, III, Beverley H. Moseley, Jr, and Cyclone Covey Originally published in the Midwestern Epigraphic Society Newsletter, Volume 18, Number 2.   A leading objective of the MES founders was the reporting of new information and interpretations that would lead to a better understanding of Ohio, Ohio River Valley, and Midwestern ancient Read More

Holocaust of Giants: The Great Smithsonian Cover-up

  First published in Ancient American magazine and later in Nexus magazine. by Ross Hamilton Noted Native American author and professor of law emeritus, Vine Deloria, writes in a personal communication: It’s probably better that so few of the ruins and remains were tied in with the Smithsonian because they give good reason to believe Read More