The Red Bird Petroglyph of Kentucky; Evidence of Ancient Cultures in the Americas

Posted by Chris Parker
Aug 10 2006

 

by Joe Kuz

 There is ample evidence that the ancient cultures were able to traverse the oceans and travel throughout the world. …. Today we are fortunate that some evidence remains. One example is a stone (photo above) with inscriptions of ancient European, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern languages; this stone was found on a river in the state of Kentucky in the United States. A similar artifact was also found in West Virginia.

…..The text of the sign reads: 

This is the famous Red Bird Petroglyph known since pioneer days and enrolled on the National Register of Historic Sites. On December 7, 1994, this historic stone fell from a sandstone cliff and rolled onto Highway 66 on Lower Red Bird. On December 9, 1994, it was transported here and set up in its home.

At least 8 Old World alphabets are engraved on it.

These alphabets were extinct when Columbus arrived in the New World in 1492. The alphabets are first century Greek and Hebrew, Old Libyan, Old Arabic and Iberian-Punic which probably dates from the 9th century B.C. Ogam, Germanic Runes, and Tiffinag-Numidian are also on this stone.

Of all the hundreds of important, translatable, and published inscriptions in the U.S.A, this is the first one to have been given official protection. Clay County and the City of Manchester have granted protection to this Stone. In doing so, they have obtained a good name and public esteem worldwide.

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One Response

  1. MR Gates says:

    It just goes to show what these so called scientist will do to protect the status quoe ! This proves that ancient Humans were neither stupid nor primative . They built pyramids and solid stone cities , but I guess they were all cowards ! No one back then could have built long voyage sea vessels or been brave enough to sail on them . The proof is overwhelming and yet I see no one re-writing anything .

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