John A. Ruskamp, Jr., Ed.D., M.B.A
The first Supplemental Report presented in this section is titled: Ancient Chinese Rock Writings Confirm Early Trans-Pacific Interaction. As a first of its kind report, the explicit North American ancient Chinese rock writings documented in this report establish early trans-Pacific voyages and interactions as demonstrable factual events. Importantly, the findings of this study have been independently confirmed by multiple recognized authorities in the academic fields of ancient Asiatic writing and the characteristics and dating of Native American rock art.
The second Supplemental Report, The Ancient Chinese Writings of the Mojave Desert, presents additional evidence demonstrating the historic ancient presence of literate Chinese in North America. Sixteen additional complex ancient Chinese scripts found in the Mojave Desert at a single site are documented in this report. As such these very old, unique, and readable script symbols provide further proof of an early trans-Pacific exchange.
Finally, the third paper presented here is titled: The Hooper Ranch Pueblo Sun Dagger Shrine - Revisited. This is an ancillary manuscript documenting a newly identified natural rock sun dagger located above the Hooper Ranch Pueblo in east central Arizona. Highly embellished by ancient Native populations, this formation casts a dynamic shadow-line onto a panel of ancient rock art figures during the yearly summer solstice and acts as an equinox marker, too. Importantly and with great symbolism, the centerlines of the three nearby Hooper Ranch Pueblo kivas were intentionally designed so that they would align with the location of this natural phenomenon.