The Michigan Artifacts, Burrows Cave – Illinois, Los Lunas – New Mexico, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia, Iowa, and Artifacts of other North American locations are showcased here.
Artifacts and Language studies are a passion of mine. I am seeking others who also share the passion of reading foreign and ancient languages. I read the scriptures in the simplified character set of Chinese. As a hobby, I study ancient Egyptian, Hebrew, Phoenician, Proto-Canaanite and Native American symbols. What do you like to study? Do you want to help? Let me know.
For artifacts to study are the artifacts from Michigan, Illinois, Tennessee, New Mexico, and other locations in the United States. The majority of the artifacts in this study most people have never heard of. The complete studies of this section are likely to span over many years.
If the Book of Mormon is a true record of history, then the unique words with no meaning in English should have ties to the ancient dictionaries – and they do. The matches of these words to the Egyptian dictionaries are just astonishing.
Egyptian Words in the Book of Mormon
Other Interesting Language Findings
Translations of Michigan Artifacts
- Comparing symbols of Righteousness and Wickedness
- Translating the Third, Fourth, and Sixth Commandments
- Translating the Serpent on the Cross
- Lost Battle with Peace Treaty
- Publication of a Written Prayer to YHW
Translations of Burrows Stones
North American Artifacts Potentially Related to the Book of Mormon
Warning: It is taught in other known LDS platforms that the artifacts depicted here are all fraudulent. My findings say otherwise. You cannot have all of these artifacts as intertwined linguistically as they are and be a fraud. Reformed Egyptian exists. It exists in the artifacts from Michigan. Hebrew that has been changed exists. It is found in the artifacts of Michigan, Indiana / Illinois, Ohio, Tennessee, and New Mexico. All of these lands have produced artifacts with Hebrew writings on them.
- Some Michigan artifacts of the Milton Hunter collection are frauds. But most are authentic. The writings prove it.
- Some Burrows stones are frauds, but the ones acquired from Russell Burrows or Bev Mosely direct are authentic. The writings prove it.
- The Bat Creek Stone – found in a Smithsonian dig – is Hebrew and writes out YHW – consistent with the Michigan and Burrows writings. The YHW content of this small sample of writing actually indicates authenticity – not the reverse.
- The Los Lunas Decalogue stone was known for decades prior to being deciphered. It is the 10 commandments in Hebrew. Fraud?
- The pattern here is established.
Incidentally, I have a master’s degree, have read the Book of Mormon in Chinese, and study Egyptian, Hebrew, and Phoenician. My Bachelor’s degree was in Chinese.
Hebrew speaking people lived in what is now the United States of America. The evidences are overwhelming.
Learn about the story and see the artifacts at the Burrows Cave Stones page.
The Bat Creek Stone
Ten Commandments Box and The Holy Stones.
The Davenport Stones
This glyph and other similar ones are located throughout the southwestern states including Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. While the glyphs are not Egyptian, they do have Egyptian in them.
Read more about the Mystery Glyphs here.