This tablet and a shard of terracotta and several other small pieces came from a landscaping site at my residence, from an area of no more than 48 sqft., at a depth of 24″.
The photos of these pieces have been submitted and examined by experts from Wisconsin to the island of Crete. Numerous museum curators, linguists and archaeologists seem baffled and only offer where they believe it didn’t come from or who didn’t make it. But all of them agree, it’s not Native American nor cuneiform script.
I believe this tablet is instructions for the refinement of lead and the symbols on it represent alchemy symbols which predate all recorded alchemy symbols. I believe it was left for prodigies or a successor and that it was written by a nobel/initiate leader of an expedition of the culture earching for lead, copper, zinc and etc.
Some of the symbols are easily found in the Minoan Aegean syllabary as well as the Linear A and B ideograms. If I read the script correctly, it reads from right to left, top to bottom(clue?). The text shows three similar symbols (which appear as a transformed number five…). The process of lead requires three stages…lead sulfate(ore), lead oxide and lead bullion. There are trace minerals in lead ore…copper, zinc, arsenic, gold. All of these trace mineral symbols are present on this tablet(clue?).
I think the information on my stone tablet is being suppressed because of where it was found and what it says. I live in an old lead, copper and zinc mining region. The Minoan culture was extremely adept at metal-smithing and were great seafarers. Don’t pay any attention to anyone saying crazy stuff about the boats size impeded any such travel. If that were true, how did the Polynesians sail to all those islands to populate them. How did a canoe cross the Atlantic from America(to Ireland…1490) and how did the Vikings cross the Atlantic to America(Newfoundland…1000).
I have been offered the ‘their boats wouldn’t have been big enough for such a journey’ line from an expert who wasn’t even aware of the written languages of Native Americans.
I know beyond all doubt I have a very president setting historical find and it is the first written account of any activity in Wisconsin, the Midwest, American, North America. This in no way can be a hoax based on the type of script and the time frame that particular script is from.
This and has always been an agricultural and mining area. The mines were here long before Marquette and Jolliet(1670), before Etienne Brule(1608), and the Woodland Indians didn’t use metals until the Europeans came here.
So, this begs the questions; who dug the mines before Brule came here, as shown on the Delisle map of 1709(one hundred years before Dubuque (1810)laid claim to land from the Spanish)? The map clearly shows the two mounds to the east of Platteville, Wisconsin and the Sinsinawa mound in the southwest corner of Wisconsin. Between those two points, in the immediate area of New Diggings, Wisconsin is the location of a lead mine. One hundred and nine years before Shull(1818), who was shown the mines by the Woodland Indians. So, Shull bought as many land claims as possible.
The Indians were asked by Brule, “who built the roads” and their response was…”the Spanish”, for what reason and what beast of burden did they use? Were these the only mines in the area? No! There is mention of the other mines in the writings of Champlain and Marquette/Jolliet.
Can this all be carbon dated? Sure! But the University of Wisconsin has yet to answer any of my email requests.
I guess television is next. I hate embarrassing people.
So if my find is to be pushed to the wayside for the purpose of information suppression and to keep from changing history books, at least I have told my story.
The tablet and shard can be viewed when searching for ‘Wisconsin Tablet Unearthed’.
Thank you for reading this.