May 2016 Science Advances magazine confirms 14,550 year-old Solutrean Points uncovered with butchered American mastodon remains at the Page-Ladson site, a Florida sink hole beneath the surface of the Aucilla River, approximately 30°N 84°W, south of Tallahassee. Hold-outs in academia and archaeology in pre-Clovis denial insist North America's first inhabitants came east through Alaska. Regressive mindsets are repudiated by these latest scientific finds establishing an ancient western European presence in America before Native Americans relocated from Siberia. Nonetheless, academics dig in their heels, pathetically thrashing in dogmatic quicksand.
What's it going to take for true reformation in archaeology clinging to its delusions?
The astronomy rock art evidence I've documented since 1984 — with expanded evidence filmed in recent years — is dated to the time of Christ, found in the heart of mid-America with ancient, translatable grooved writing, known throughout western Europe as Ogham. The USA variant (without vowels) may have been in use earlier in Rome, Libya and Turkey.
please view informative related reports in THF's online video library spanning 33 years:
Sacred EquinoX prequel discrediting archaeology's smokescreen denying the legitimacy of flat Ogham — 15 minutes
video supplement run by Coast-to-Coast AM as George Noorey talks to Carl Lehrburger, Jan. 13, 2015 — 10 minutes
Ancients sailed to America to explore not conquer the heartland at least 1000 years before Columbus — 3 minutes
"What is Ogham?" answered by scholar David H. Kelley while trekking southeast Colorado in Oct. 1989 — 3 minutes
anecdotal: authorities muzzled mid-America's unusual archaeoastronomy finds on Wikipedia early 2008 — 3 minutes
diffusionist kingpin Barry Fell translates, tries pronouncing, a mid-USA Ogham Equinox glyph, 1984 — 20 seconds
Time Hop Films is investigating an Arabian-Colorado connection far earlier in time — view teaser at onter.net:
visiting Dhofar linguist Ali Ahmed Ali Ash-Shahri matches rare alphabetic symbols half a world away — 3 minutes
some of these and other videos by Time Hop Films manager Scott Monahan may be watched on