Monday, September 29, 2014

Moulds For Copper Weapons Discovered in Wisconsin

Moulds For Copper Weapons Discovered in Wisconsin

Finds like these moulds have been suppressed by archaeologists because it refutes their outdated Berengian Theory.  The lies continue....

Prehistoric America, 1899
The Mound Builders are supposed to have been quite ignorant of any process of fusing metals, and their weapons, or implements of copper, were, as we have more than once remarked, shaped by hammering. A recent discovery, however, is claimed to modify this opinion and to prove that in one place at least the Mound Builders understood the art of smelting metals. Some recent excavations in Wisconsin have yielded not only implements of copper, but the very molds in which they are supposed to have been cast. It is desirable that other facts should confirm an assertion upsetting the hitherto generally received opinion.' It has been held by some and with much probability, that the moulds were used in the process of shaping cold copper, a piece of approximately similar form having been put into the mould and hammered until it took the shape of the cavity. The experiment was successfully tried by Dr. Hoy with one of the stone moulds.