John A. Ruskamp, Jr., Ed.D., M.B.A
The second Supplemental Report of the ongoing study Asiatic Echoes documents and translates sixteen ancient, identifiable, and highly complex Chinese script images that were pecked into the rocks of a remote Southern California desert canyon approximately 2500 years ago. Significantly, many of these identifiable petroglyphs are of a style matching that of ancient Chinese oracle-bone writings, a long forgotten form of writing associated with China's Shang Dynasty (1500 - 1046 BC).
In all of human history, there is no record of a writing system having been invented more than one time. Consequently, this collection of uniquely identifiable scripts provides demonstrable and prodigious proof that long ago, and in pre-Columbian times, literate Chinese explorers were present in North America.
A link to Supplemental Report #2 can be found here.