Christopher Nyerges: The Monuments of Ancient Southern California
Ancient Writings On Rock: Evidence for Pre-Columbian European Presence North of Los Angeles
Is there evidence that people from other countries came to North America in the pre-Columbian era? Many books today say yes (Zuni Enigma, Maya Genesis, America B.C., Pale Ink, and many others). This book details a discovery of two engraved stones in the Angeles National Forest, and unique details about the site. The books explains the author’s discovery, and his process of attempting to translate the marks on the rock, which he believed were linguistic. Eventually, many other unique features were found on this site which makes the site completely normal for a European ceremonial site, except that the site is not Europe. Nyerges shares the pros and cons from the various experts that he spoke with.
He shares both the supportive experts, as well as those who said these features were nothing more than freaks of nature.
Nyerges shares the extensive literature on this subject, and provides enough details so that the reader can ascertain if this is fact or fiction.
Christopher Nyerges, documents his discovery of two inscribed rocks in the Angeles National Forest, and how these rocks were eventually translated. One boulder reads as a funerary epitaph, and the other is the name of a Celtic goddess. He also documents numerous other unique rocks on the site, which are consistent with a European ceremonial site. Yes, controversial, and Nyerges gives tells you how he came to his conclusions, and presents the arguments both from those who agree and disagree with this thesis.