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2011, REVIEW! 7th Annual Conf. on Ancient America (0059- 2011 Conference)

2011, REVIEW! 7th Annual Conf. on Ancient America

REVIEW 2011:
AAPS 7th Annual
International Conference on Ancient America
Sept. 16-18, 2011
A SUPER SUCCESSFUL EVENT!

Looking Ahead to Conf. 2012
Sept. 21-23, 2012
same place:
Holiday Inn, Marquette Michigan
They have been SUPERB Hosts!

For Lodging @ Holiday Inn
Phone for Your Reservations: 906-225-1351
C
o-sponsored by Ancient American Magazine

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Ph- 906-942-7865 or 810-299-5210
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(we may be slow reply to email...phone is fastest)
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We are listing here, comments received from attendees of conference 2011:

Dear Judy, Thank you so much for a very enjoyable conference. I can't even imagine how much work is involved. You run everything so calmly and always with the sweetest smile. I left with so much new knowledge AND new questions to pursue. Thank you again for all your hard work.  - Bonnie Discuillo

Michael Cremo and I wish to thank you for organizing a fantastic conference.  We met so many interesting and friendly researchers and attendees there. 
You folks are really on top of this business - hospitality management, organizational alignment, intellectual integrity, etc.  Can't say enough good things about you or this conference.
Lori Erbs, Cremo research assistant/publicist

I think this year's meeting was the best so far, by far.  Very strong agenda, good speakers, and good attendance.  Wolters, Lorenz, Johannessen and Cremo were teriffic "catches" and added a great deal.  It will quite a challenge now to break back into the lineup.  
Thank you for the effort and the success! - Karl Hoenke

Here are a few photos from the AAPS conference!  We sure enjoyed it! - Suzy and Jay Wakefield

Jay Wakefield gives this compliment and suggestion: Judy, you do run the best conference. You have learned a lot, you listen to people, you give it a feeling of love and sharing that makes everyone feel welcome. I suggest you take the time at the start, or the start of Saturday, when most everyone is present, to go down the rows with the mic, and ask everyone to state their name, where they have come from, and  why they have come. It would make everyone feel they are participating  (feel good- everyone likes to talk), it would be interesting, to see who is there who one might want to meet, and the heap of compliments would give a volley of enthusiasm to the conference. Be sure to include the shy guys at their tables at the back, and Hoolie... everyone!

I just wanted to say, in case you have forgotten, JOB WELL DONE, another GREAT conference !!! - Marta Thomas

We were discussing in the car on the way home (with Wayne May & Scott Wolter) what a great conference this was, and who was the best speaker. We could not pick one, they were all so good! - Frank Joseph

You did a spectacular job of putting all of this together, Judy. We are sooooo blessed to have your commitment and faith. - Jo Lorichon
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Limited to 125 registrants. 2010 we reached capacity, so think about coming and make your decision early to secure your space.

Your registration fee includes one year membership in AAPS for 2011-2012 (Oct. to Oct.) If you have pre-paid your membership for 2011-12, we can either add another year, or refund $25 to your charge, or you send a check for $135.

Saturday 9:00-6:00 is FREE to educators and students with ID
See Day Pricing below, and phone your reservations to Judy @ 906-942-7865 or 810-299-5210
 
MEALS
6 nice buffet meals to eat with the group- $120
6 MEAL PACKAGE LINK: http://www.aaapf.org/scripts/prodview.asp?idProduct=57

SPEAKERS  for Conference 1011  ( Subject to Change:)

*Larry Gallant, Historian/Explorer/Assoc. Editor Ancient American Magazine. Author-The Encyclopedia of Alternative Ancient History, and Prehistoric Pennsylvania. Topic-Giants of the Upper Ohio Valley

*Wayne May, Publisher Ancient American Magazine: "Exciting Recent Mound Discoveries in the Midwest"

*Jay Wakefield, Researcher, Author (with Reinoud DeJonge) of How the SunGod Reached America c. 2500 BC. and Rocks and Rows: Sailing Routes Across the Atlantic & Michigan Copper. This year's topic: "The Megalithic Necropolis of Sillustani, Peru"  He's visited there, near Lake Titicaca recently and will share his photos and research. Says it's very exciting...European connected!

*Lee Pennington, Film-maker of ancient sites-Researcher: "Calico and Blythe, Stunning Ancient Sites in California." www.joleproductions.com 

*Dr. John White, researcher, symbology expert-Elephant Images in Ancient America

*Michael Cremo- "The Forbidden Archaeologist"/Researcher/ Author/History Channel Personality. "Archeological Evidence for Extreme Human Antiquity"  http://www.mcremo.com/

* Dr. Joseph Lorenz, Dept of Anthropology, Central Washington University, and Corell Institute for Medical Research, whose specialty is DNA and Native Americans.

* Charles Bruns: a brief report with compelling photos- Recent Standing Stone Discoveries in Minnesota

Dr. Don Spohn: "Mr. Downstate Copper." Expert on Great Lakes area copper artifacts.  "Unsolved Copper Mysteries" www.donspohn.com/

* Scott Wolter: Researcher/Author The Hooked X, and The Kensington Runestone: Compelling New Evidence- Update on the Bat Creek Stone & Supportive Cherokee involvement.  And if time, some things about Recent dig and exciting finds in Central America. http://hookedx.com/

* Patrick Chouinard, Author/Publisher of New Archaeology Review: Mysteries of the Caucasian Mummies of China; and their links to America and the Great Lakes Region

* Charles DuCharme: “Evidence for an ancient harbor on the Lake Superior Shores of the Huron Mountain Club"

* David Hoffman: "New data on water levels  during ancient  intercontinental travels."

* Dr. Myron Paine: The Lenape Epic-25 Tribes back to 1350 AD.

* Dr. Carl Johannessen, Author/Professor/Researcher: "Diffusion Paradigm Changes with More and Better Evidence."  http://geography.uoregon.edu/carljohannessen

YES * Ojibwa cousins, Bruce Hardwick (no 2011) and Duane Kinnart  (yes 2011) attended conference 2010, & had many connections to what they saw and heard. They have related things from their cultural history to share with us.

* Gavin Menzies!  (not THIS year) Author of 2 best selling books on ancient Chinese ships to America. New book: Lost Treasures of Atlantis. He's interested in Michigan copper connections worldwide-to-Michigan. He has told us that either he or his publisher would be here, as they'd "Like a presence" at our conf. ...but NOT THIS YEAR. Maybe in 2012.

DETAILED SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE/SPEAKERS- AAPS Conf. on Ancient America, 2011

 

FRIDAY Sept. 16th                      LUNCH   Noon-12:50

1:10 – 2:10 * Scott Wolter: Researcher/Author The Hooked X, and The Kensington Runestone: Compelling New Evidence- “Update on the Bat Creek Stone & cooperative work with the Cherokees,” and if time, some new data on recent finds on a dig in Central America. http://hookedx.com/

2:15 – 3:05 *Dr. John White, researcher, symbology expert- “Elephant Images in Ancient America”

3:15 – 4:20 *Lee Pennington, Film-maker of ancient sites-Researcher:  topic- “Calico and Blythe, Stunning Ancient Sites in California(America’s ‘Nazca’ lines)   www.joleproductions.com

4:30 – 5:25 *Jay Wakefield, Researcher, Author (with Reinoud DeJonge) of How the SunGod Reached America c. 2500 BC. and Rocks and Rows: Sailing Routes Across the Atlantic & Michigan Copper. This year's topic: "The Megalithic Necropolis of Sillustani, Peru"   Near Lake Titicaca recently and will share his photos and research. “It's very exciting...European connected!”

5:30 – 6:05        SALES-NETWORKING-EXHIBITS-SILENT AUCTION

6:10 – 7:10 DINNER

7:15 – 8:30 *Michael Cremo- "The Forbidden Archaeologist"/Researcher/ Author/History Channel Personality. “Archeological Evidence for Extreme Human Antiquity”  http://www.mcremo.com/

Q&A

9:00 – 10:00Dr. Don Spohn: "Mr. Downstate Copper." Expert on Great Lakes area copper artifacts. "Unsolved Copper Mysteries"  www.donspohn.com/

10:00 – 11:00         SALES, EXHIBITS, SILENT AUCTION, NETWORKING
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SATURDAY Sept 17     8:00 – 9:00 - Breakfast

9:10 – 9:40 am * David Hoffman: New data on water levels 8 during ancient intercontinental travels.

9:50 – 10:20 am * Charles DuCharme: “Evidence for an ancient harbor on the Lake Superior Shores of the Huron Mountain Club"

10:30 – 11:00 am     SALES, EXHIBITS, SILENT AUCTION, NETWORKING

11:10 – 12: 25  * Dr. Joseph Lorenz, Dept of Anthropology, Central Washington University, and Corell Institute for Medical Research, whose specialty is DNA and Native Americans. http://gena.mspnet.org/index.cfm/showcase_member/user_id-10294

12:30 – 12:50 pm   * Lee Pennington: A Tribute to Joy Pennington

1:00 – 1:55 LUNCH

2:00 – 3:00 pm * Carl Johannessen, Author/Researcher: "Diffusion Paradigm Changes with More and Better Evidence."  http://geography.uoregon.edu/carljohannessen/

3:00 – 3:15 pm ________Q&A______________________

3:20 – 4:10 pm * Larry Gallant, Historian/Explorer/Assoc. Editor Ancient American Magazine. Author-The Encyclopedia of Alternative Ancient History, and Prehistoric Pennsylvania. “Giants of the Upper Ohio Valley”

4:20 – 5:10 pm *Wayne May, Publisher Ancient American Magazine: “Exciting Recent Mound Discoveries in the Midwest”

5:15 – 6:00 –             NETWORKING, SALES, SILENT AUCTION, EXHIBITS______

6:00 – 7:00             DINNER______________

7:10 – 7:45 Open discussion with Michael Cremo

7:50 – 8:40 * Dr. Myron Paine: The Lenape Epic-25 Tribes back to 1350 AD. www.frozentrail.com

8:45 – 9:35 * Frank Joseph: New light on the Anasazi- Where did they come from, Where did they go?

9:40 – 10:30 - Networking, Sales, Silent Auction, Exhibits
                                   ……………….…….…………………
SUNDAY, SEPT. 18               8:00 – 8:45 – BREAKFAST__________
8:50 – 9:30 * Patrick Chouinard- Mysteries of the Caucasian Mummies of China; and their links to America and the Great Lakes Region

9:35 – 10:00 * Charles Bruns: Recent Standing Stone Discoveries in Minnesota.

10:05 – 10:50 * Ritchie Brown and Dr. James Scherz: Efforts to Preserve Sacred Indian Sites and Their Importance in Ancient America

11:00 – Noon 
* Dr. Brenda Franey: on her Recent Digs and Discoveries in Scotland and Wales Brenda did not make it this year, but sent her best wishes.

* Ojibwa cousins, Bruce Hardwick and Duane Kinnart at conference 2010, had many connections to what they saw and heard. They have related things from their cultural history to share with us. “Ojibwa Perspectives” Duane wrapped up the event with a most harmonious and uplifting talk!

Noon ……
Farewells, Lunch on your own, home, or see the U.P.!
Giant Copper @ Presque Isle, Walk Presque Isle, and discover a treasure of minerals of many kinds,  See the
Beautiful New Marquette Regional History Museum,  Travel up to the Copper Country….. EnJOY! Sunday 1:00 Sue Belanger will take interested parties to Forest Lake Mystery Stone Circles about 40 miles SSE of MQT.
Thank you for sharing this grand experience with us!

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If payment is made for a conference  and you cannot  attend,
for any reason, refund will be made with 10% administrative fee retained.
Cancellations must be received at least 4 days before the event. 
If  cancellation notice is not received before the event begins,
fees will be considered a donation to our copper & museum fund.
Thank you.



 



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