442 pages by Charles D. Pfund ISBN #978-0-9842876-3-5
     During the late 19th Century as the SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION began publishing authoritative books concerning the pre-Columbian Native American peoples, it soon became apparent that many of the sacred possessions and symbols used by these people were nearly identical to those that had been used in worship by very differing peoples around the planet. This is evident in that when these Native American possessions and symbols were named and recorded in the institution's publications, they were often described and given names that were in reference to possessions and symbols that had been used by very diverse and distant peoples for thousands of years......... HOW WAS THIS POSSIBLE? Swastikas, banner-stones/double axes, and wheel crosses were just a few of the possessions and symbols venerated in the ancient Americas that directly paralleled nearly identical sacred artifacts found thousands of miles away that had been used in the worship of the gods by numerous peoples since prehistoric times.
Incredibly, an image commonly engraved into a type of Native American shell gorget (necklace), that was often buried with the dead (Upper right), closely resembled a map that had been created of the earthly home of the Hebrew god - "Old Jerusalem" which had been produced sometime after the Crusades. This mysterious map depicted a former geography of Jerusalem that, like the snake gorget, was so abstract that it appears to have been based upon something else entirely. In fact this map resembled more the tools used in divination which depicted the features of the home of the ancient gods, than that of any geography that was ever Old Jerusalem.
A brief dissertation based upon the book: