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Iron Age America; Before Columbus by William Conner (Book)

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Did the ancient Hopewell Mound Builder civilization smelt metals? After 50+ years of intensive research, locating and identifying a multitude of ancient furnaces in the Ohio River Valley, William D. Conner of the Midwestern Epigraphic Society, reveals new evidence that the Hopewell's were smelting iron and copper in furnaces buried within their mounds using technology found in the Old World before Lehi!
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This exciting new book of nearly 300 pages provides incredible new validation to many of the claims made in the Book of Mormon, many thought by mainstream archaeologists to be non-existent.  William (Bill) Conner has spent more time on actual archaeological sites than many “professional” archaeologists.  He continues to be driven by the new and evolving evidence that demonstrates ancient America did indeed have smelting technology that pre-dates the arrival of Columbus to the Americas.  Each find is fully documented and referenced with a fresh, yet authoritative style of research and writing.

You will find this compelling work provides a new aspect of evidence for the Book of Mormon, unprecedented in any proposed lands outside of America’s heartland.  Within its pages are found  photos of a molten/cast iron axe head, preserved within its “mold” at a well known Hopewell site.  Also uncovered is a 62 pound bar of iron that was formed within the air-duct of the iron furnace where it was found in 1948 along Deer Creek in Ross County Ohio (within the Arledge Mound – a Hopewell mound). See the remains of an ancient mold, which by all appearances could have been used in the making of iron swords!  Within an 8 inch portion of a broken mold lies a grooved channel.  This 2-2 1/2 inch by ¼ inch deep groove could have easily been used to for sword building.

Bill also discusses the nature of archaeology today and how his findings have been ignored, covered up or destroyed through archaeological dogma.  For a quarter century, Bill has attempted to recruit trained archaeologists to employ scientific methods and studies in order to fully document his findings.  Due to the fear of reprisal (from the very archaeological community that should welcome this new evidence)  Bill’s discoveries have been largely ignored by those who hold the keys to bring this evidence to light, proving this technology was being employed prior to the arrival of the Spaniards in America.  These ancient people were as advanced as any of their time-anywhere in the world.  They were skilled in metal technologies and  language.  They  built massive cities and roads.  These early Amiercans also had knowledge of astronomy, mathematics and built one of the greatest civilizations on earth.  Is it possible they are what remain of the Nephites spoken of in the Book of Mormon?  We invite you to read and ponder this exciting book and discover this ancient people again in a new light, then…decide for yourself!

This exciting new book of nearly 300 pages provides incredible new validation to many of the claims made in the Book of Mormon, many thought by mainstream archaeologists to be non-existent.  William (Bill) Conner has spent more time on actual archaeological sites than many “professional” archaeologists.  He continues to be driven by the new and evolving evidence that demonstrates ancient America did indeed have smelting technology that pre-dates the arrival of Columbus to the Americas.  Each find is fully documented and referenced with a fresh, yet authoritative style of research and writing.

You will find this compelling work provides a new aspect of evidence for the Book of Mormon, unprecedented in any proposed lands outside of America’s heartland.  Within its pages are found  photos of a molten/cast iron axe head, preserved within its “mold” at a well known Hopewell site.  Also uncovered is a 62 pound bar of iron that was formed within the air-duct of the iron furnace where it was found in 1948 along Deer Creek in Ross County Ohio (within the Arledge Mound – a Hopewell mound). See the remains of an ancient mold, which by all appearances could have been used in the making of iron swords!  Within an 8 inch portion of a broken mold lies a grooved channel.  This 2-2 1/2 inch by ¼ inch deep groove could have easily been used to for sword building.

Bill also discusses the nature of archaeology today and how his findings have been ignored, covered up or destroyed through archaeological dogma.  For a quarter century, Bill has attempted to recruit trained archaeologists to employ scientific methods and studies in order to fully document his findings.  Due to the fear of reprisal (from the very archaeological community that should welcome this new evidence)  Bill’s discoveries have been largely ignored by those who hold the keys to bring this evidence to light, proving this technology was being employed prior to the arrival of the Spaniards in America.  These ancient people were as advanced as any of their time-anywhere in the world.  They were skilled in metal technologies and  language.  They  built massive cities and roads.  These early Amiercans also had knowledge of astronomy, mathematics and built one of the greatest civilizations on earth.  Is it possible they are what remain of the Nephites spoken of in the Book of Mormon?  We invite you to read and ponder this exciting book and discover this ancient people again in a new light, then…decide for yourself!

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Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 7.5 x 9.25 x .75 in

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