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    The jalna saga by mazo de la roche (#01-16, in four volumes) requirements : epub reader | 49.7 mb | version : retail overview : mazo de la roche, born mazo louise roche in 1879 in newmarket (54 kms North of toronto), authored one of the most popular series of books of her time. she was an only child and a lonely one. her family moved frequently during her childhood due to the ill health of her mother and the many jobs of her salesman father. she became an avid reader and developed her own fictional world that she called "the play" in which she created imaginary scenes and characters. she wrote her first short story at the age of nine. one of the family's moves meant some years on a farm owned by a wealthy man who farmed as a hobby. there de la roche began to develop her fictional world of rural aristocracy that would become jalna. at the age of seven, her parents adopted de la roche's orphaned younger cousin caroline clement, who joined in her fantasy world game and would become her lifelong companion. the two lived a fairly reclusive life. in 1931 they adopted two children whose parents had died and were friends of clement and de la roche. the jalna series consists of sixteen novels that tell the story of the canadian whiteoak family from 1854 to 1954, although each of the novels can also be enjoyed as an independent story. in the world of the whiteoaks, as in real life, people live and die, find success and fall to ruin. for the whiteoaks, there remains Something solid and unchanging in the midst of life's transience - the manor house and its rich surrounding farmland known as "jalna." mazo de la roche gave the members of her fictitious family names from gravestones in ontario's newmarket cemetery, and the story itself balances somewhere between fact and fiction. critics think events in the novels reflect de la roche's dreams, moods, and life experiences. as the daughter of a traveling businessman, she may have seen the jalna estate as the roots she never had, while the character finch, from finch's fortune , is thought to be a reflection of herself. the jalna series has been translated into more than twenty languages and produced in many editions. on numerous occasions, portions of the series appeared in adapted forms on radio, television, and stage. the entire saga was liberally adapted for television by the canadian broadcasting corporation and aired beginning in 1971. genre : fiction > classics, literary, historical volume #01-4 the building of jalna : adeline, an impulsive bride with an irish temper, and her husband, captain whiteoak, select lake ontario as the site of their home. the building of the house, the swimming and skating parties, and the jealousies and humor of the family are described. morning at jalna : now the mother of four children, adeline finds her canadian household involved with a family of southerners who are members of a secret confederate resistance movement in the u.s. civil war. mary wakefield : a young english woman is hired by ernest whiteoak to be a governess to philip's motherless children. when philip falls in love with her, his mother does all she can to prevent the marriage. young renny : renny, the head of the jalna household, is depicted as a boy whose impatience with an english cousin creates some amusing incidents. volume #05-8 whiteoak heritage : fortunes of the whiteoak family after world war i. renny returns home to find his one-time love still unforgiving and his brother still involved with an older woman. whiteoak brothers : matriarch adeline has reached her ninety-eighth year, and her grandson renny is the head of the jalna household. this volume deals with the family's unfortunate investments in a fake gold mine. jalna : the family home of the whiteoaks now includes a formidable old lady and assorted aunts, uncles, sisters, and brothers. whiteoaks of jalna : finch, the awkward, misunderstood musical genius of the family, finds growing up difficult. events reach a climax when his eccentric old grandmother dies and leaves her fortune to him. volume #09-12 finch's fortune : the fortune left finch is still a bone of contention in the whiteoak family. renny is holding aloof, the rest are eagerly grasping at help. on a visit to england, finch is subjected to the bitterness of hopeless love. the master of jalna : renny attempts to carry on the family tradition after the death of his grandfather. he faces a financial crisis in the effort to keep the estate intact. whiteoak harvest : renny and alayne whiteoak reach a marital crisis with tragic undertones. an old uncle returns to jalna, and later young wakefield, after a stay at a monastery, comes home. wakefield's course : the continuing saga of the whiteoak family from the spring of 1939 to the fall of 1940. focuses on wakefield, a successful actor, and his bittersweet love affair. volume #13-16 return to jalna : this episode begins with world war ii and shows the brothers coming home from the war and settling down, soon with children of their own. renny's daughter : renny's daughter travels to ireland and becomes involved in a frustrating romance. variable winds of jalna : renny's daughter, the young adeline, plans to marry her irish lover, much to her father's displeasure. meg and finch find new loves, and old nicholas dies, leaving various legacies. centenary at jalna : traces the activities of the whiteoak family in the mid-fifties, a period climaxed by the one hundredth anniversary celebration of the oldest of the family residences. an alienated brother, a neurotic child, and a reluctant bride-to-be star in this episode. download instructions: : zippyshare mirror: hugefiles statistics: posted by tidal — mon mar 31, 2014 9:55 pm — replies 0 — views 27.
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    Scott wolter's apparently non-existent degree note: this post is only about a specific claim scott wolter made prior to hosting america unearthed. for my reviews of the show, please see my america unearthed reviews page. america unearthed star scott wolter claims to hold a 1987 honorary master's degree in geology from the university of minnesota-duluth. this claim appears in his Corporate biographies, and he claimed the degree in a 2009 coast to coast interview. he uses this as one of his credentials as a "forensic geologist," for which his primary training is a bachelor's degree in geology, awarded in 1982. i consulted the university of minnesota, which keeps a list of all honorary degrees awarded by the university dating back to at least 1932. these awards are bestowed upon "individuals of local, statewide, national, or international prominence who have achieved distinction and recognition in public service, enterprise, philanthropy, education, science, literature, or the arts." (they are not, of course, actual academic degrees.) scott wolter is not on that list. he's also not on the second, independent list the college keeps. the last time the university awarded an honorary master's degree was 1956. this is not conclusive, of course. the online lists may be in error. i also consulted news accounts from 1987 and found no report of wolter's alleged honorary degree in the commencement activities from that year. more damning? the profile of him that ran in the university of minnesota alumni magazine in summer 2001 makes no mention of the alleged master's degree, reporting only his 1982 bachelor's degree. (interestingly, the 2001 profile also contains wolter's admission that he had no experience or training in examining ancient stone materials, and that his expertise was largely in scientific testing of concrete.) i could find no evidence that wolter was ever granted the honorary degree he claims. i may have missed it, i suppose. but given the lack of evidence in any of the usual sources, it is up to wolter to prove this degree actually exists. link scott wolter makes bizarre claims about native americans in new interview last thursday (august 8), scott wolter appeared on the rev. tim shaw’s black cat lounge podcast to promote his new book, which he apparently will sell to anyone except me. the book is for sale on wolter’s website and on amazon.com, but amazon informed me that they could not provide a copy to me. apparently, it’s still not out after several months of delay. tim shaw is a spiritualist minister who cites cremo and thompson’s forbidden archaeology, a hindu creationist text, as his entry point into archaeological mysteries. the two discussed wolter’s greatest hits, and wolter offered a truly stunning new claim about native americans that we will get to momentarily. wolter first told shaw that the pre-columbian voyages of sinclair-templars are “important” and needs to be exposed to a wider audience. it’s perhaps interesting that shaw identifies wolter’s work as dealing with “our” ancestors, as opposed to native americans, which makes me wonder who the implied “we” would be if it is not white euro-americans. i’ll be frank: i find podcasts to be excruciating. i read much faster than people talk, and waiting as they slowly…slowly…slowly dribble out their words to fill time annoys me to no end. at more than an hour, wolter’s appearance on shaw’s podcast tested my patience. the first fifteen minutes were about wolter’s background, and then he discusses the kensington rune stone, with wolter complaining (again) that he became “pissed” that opponents were “attacking me personally” for his work on the rune stone. he asserts that “they” (an undefined group) were defending a “paradigm” by launching attacks on wolter as a person rather than on the evidence. his next claim makes an interesting point: wolter asserts that when people need concrete analyzed, they turn to him, “but somehow when i work on this stuff [archaeology] i’m an idiot, i’m not qualified, and it’s like they question everything, and i’m like ‘oh, my gosh.’” no fooling: that’s how expertise works. a shakespeare scholar is not automatically an expert in f. scott fitzgerald, and a concrete analyst is not a prima facie expert in medieval archaeology. both men later claim that historians are “just like organized religion” (in shaw’s words) because they propose a dogma and defend it against heretics, as though the history books from c. 1960 laid down the unchanging truth for all of time. shaw believes that historians are trying to “control” knowledge. wolter must have a stock set of talking points he uses because, for being a new interview, i’ve heard so much of this before…word-for-word. wolter repeats the same claim he has made repeatedly that in his work as a concrete analyst he has to testify under oath that he believes what he says is true. since it’s good enough for court, it should be good enough for everyone. “that standard isn’t good enough for academia?” he asks. well, no. just because you believe Something is true and have collected selected evidence does not make Something true; you propose a claim that others then examine and either accept or reject. wolter forgets that even in his own analogy the court doesn’t simply accept his testimony; the jury decides whether to believe him, and in his case, the jury of his peers rejects his evidence as inconclusive or wrong. his attacks on “academics” continue for most of the middle of the episode, repeating his greatest hits about the academic arguments against the legitimacy of the kensington rune stone—which i will again remind you on its surface does almost nothing to affect the story of american history given that we know that vikings crossed the atlantic centuries earlier. lord, i don’t care about the kensington rune stone. he also reviews the “amazing alignments” of the newport tower and the fake claims about tons upon tons of missing copper, based on decades-old lies. (the details are all in my unearthing the truth book, with references and citations.) another classic wolter bit, repeated from other interviews: “what accountability does a tenured professor have? i would argue none.” there is genuine anger at the very process of the creation of knowledge. shaw chimes in that people with “pure book learning” don’t hold a candle to those with “experience,” as though archaeologists never leave their cubbies or historians their hovels. the two men believe that academia has excluded everyday americans from the process of creating knowledge, and it is sad when wolter and shaw cannot understand why archaeologists feel that a dilettante proclaiming their decades of experience worthless is laughable while simultaneously arguing for the acceptance of claims based on his own decades of experience. could wolter identify a culture by shards of its pottery? both men, however, reveal their nationalistic pride in noting that wolter is doing “amazing” work convincing real americans that they don’t have to travel overseas to find european artifacts and that we have a powerful ancient history right here in the u. s. of a. this argument was first used in the post-revolutionary period to bolster american pride and national identity by imagining a lost white race of mound builders co-equal to the celts of hated britain. wolter says that he is investigating the serpent mound and the decalogue stone (a victorian forgery), which he plans to discuss at length on his program. he isn’t able to tell us his findings until they air. now, let’s get to the good stuff. wolter has obviously seen my criticism that his program seems to be explicitly denying the accomplishments of native americans. i can do no better than to transcribe his attempt to turn this on his head and blame political correctness for denying white americans dibs on North america. wolter claims that he is “fighting” against …the post-manifest destiny period where, you know, i mean, let’s be honest, you know, we committed genocide against the natives because they were not christian, they were pagan, and not worthy of owning this land, so we took it from ’em, and, i mean, you know, it’s virgin land, right? it’s basically free for the taking. and when they were finding evidence—cause you know they did—of previous contact with all kinds of cultures, some of them land claims like the kensington rune stone, what would this do to manifest destiny? [shaw (cross-talk): “exactly, exactly.”] it would create a problem, wouldn’t it? so what do you do? you just make it go away. i mean, it was the simplest, it was the easiest explanation. and some people would say, well, you’re talking about a major conspiracy. in some ways, i think there is a conspiracy going on until people can explain to me things like the bat creek stone. holy shit. if i read this correctly, wolter is claiming that the u.s. government is conspiring to hide european voyages to america to apologize to the native americans for genocide and protect the government’s legitimacy from…whom? sinclair claimants? for a man who a few minutes before bragged that he had “cracked” more than 2,000 books and thus was equal to a historian (“how do you become a historian? you read.”), scott wolter does not understand anything at all. let’s count his errors: the kensington rune stone is not a land claim, unless you agree that wolter has found a secret code made of dots, which is useless as a land claim since nobody stumbling across the stone could read it. the “post-manifest destiny” period would have been after the civil war, at which point many native groups had already become christian and most had been deprived of their land. christianization of native peoples began with columbus and continued down to the present. wolter identifies himself as part of “we,” by which he apparently means euro-americans. he is apparently unaware that native americans are also u.s. citizens (though they were not automatically citizens prior to 1924), and he implicitly views himself and other white people in opposition to the native “other.” previous colonization by european groups would not have affected manifest destiny (u.s. expansion) in any way, shape, or form. in fact, in the 1700s and 1800s, the u.s., british, and spanish governments assumed that welsh, phoenician, and other peoples had come to North america in the past, and the spanish government even sponsored an expedition to search for welsh indians in the louisiana territory back when they owned it—hardly the behavior of people quaking in their boots about legitimacy. u.s. president andrew jackson specifically cited the lost white race of the mound builders as a reason for deporting native americans, yielding the trail of tears: “in the monuments and fortresses of an unknown people, spread over the extensive regions of the west, we behold the memorials of a once powerful race, which was exterminated, or has disappeared, to make room for the existing savage tribes.” therefore, jackson said, native americans were illegitimate possessors of white land and ought to be removed from american soil. if the president could make that claim in the state of the union address of 1830, it was not a secret and he did not fear evidence of this lost race. the existence of a lost white race of mound builders was official u.s. government policy for several decades (pres. william henry harrison was an active believer), until cyrus thomas’s archaeological work made the claim untenable. while it was u.s. policy, it was widely assumed that this race had contact with the jews, phoenicians, and other ancient peoples. wolter now asserts that the native americans “know something” about the templars since he has come to recognize that they were present during the period of the alleged templar voyages. however, “we tried to kill them [so] maybe they’re not exactly in the mood to talk.” funny, though, that many native americans (who are individuals, incidentally, and not a homogenous group) are happy to talk to ancient aliens, skeptical inquirer, and me. perhaps some natives aren’t too excited about reliving the racist old claims that white people reigned over them as gods and bequeathed their superior genes to them, as thomas sinclair asserted in a lecture widely-cited in templar conspiracy literature and later repeated by frederik pohl, the godfather of sinclair conspiracy literature. native americans know where this kind of conspiracy-mongering tends to lead. link statistics: posted by spock — tue dec 24, 2013 12:27 am — replies 1 — views 132.
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    Scott wolter's apparently non-existent degree note: this post is only about a specific claim scott wolter made prior to hosting america unearthed. for my reviews of the show, please see my america unearthed reviews page. america unearthed star scott wolter claims to hold a 1987 honorary master's degree in geology from the university of minnesota-duluth. this claim appears in his Corporate biographies, and he claimed the degree in a 2009 coast to coast interview. he uses this as one of his credentials as a "forensic geologist," for which his primary training is a bachelor's degree in geology, awarded in 1982. i consulted the university of minnesota, which keeps a list of all honorary degrees awarded by the university dating back to at least 1932. these awards are bestowed upon "individuals of local, statewide, national, or international prominence who have achieved distinction and recognition in public service, enterprise, philanthropy, education, science, literature, or the arts." (they are not, of course, actual academic degrees.) scott wolter is not on that list. he's also not on the second, independent list the college keeps. the last time the university awarded an honorary master's degree was 1956. this is not conclusive, of course. the online lists may be in error. i also consulted news accounts from 1987 and found no report of wolter's alleged honorary degree in the commencement activities from that year. more damning? the profile of him that ran in the university of minnesota alumni magazine in summer 2001 makes no mention of the alleged master's degree, reporting only his 1982 bachelor's degree. (interestingly, the 2001 profile also contains wolter's admission that he had no experience or training in examining ancient stone materials, and that his expertise was largely in scientific testing of concrete.) i could find no evidence that wolter was ever granted the honorary degree he claims. i may have missed it, i suppose. but given the lack of evidence in any of the usual sources, it is up to wolter to prove this degree actually exists. link scott wolter makes bizarre claims about native americans in new interview last thursday (august 8), scott wolter appeared on the rev. tim shaw’s black cat lounge podcast to promote his new book, which he apparently will sell to anyone except me. the book is for sale on wolter’s website and on amazon.com, but amazon informed me that they could not provide a copy to me. apparently, it’s still not out after several months of delay. tim shaw is a spiritualist minister who cites cremo and thompson’s forbidden archaeology, a hindu creationist text, as his entry point into archaeological mysteries. the two discussed wolter’s greatest hits, and wolter offered a truly stunning new claim about native americans that we will get to momentarily. wolter first told shaw that the pre-columbian voyages of sinclair-templars are “important” and needs to be exposed to a wider audience. it’s perhaps interesting that shaw identifies wolter’s work as dealing with “our” ancestors, as opposed to native americans, which makes me wonder who the implied “we” would be if it is not white euro-americans. i’ll be frank: i find podcasts to be excruciating. i read much faster than people talk, and waiting as they slowly…slowly…slowly dribble out their words to fill time annoys me to no end. at more than an hour, wolter’s appearance on shaw’s podcast tested my patience. the first fifteen minutes were about wolter’s background, and then he discusses the kensington rune stone, with wolter complaining (again) that he became “pissed” that opponents were “attacking me personally” for his work on the rune stone. he asserts that “they” (an undefined group) were defending a “paradigm” by launching attacks on wolter as a person rather than on the evidence. his next claim makes an interesting point: wolter asserts that when people need concrete analyzed, they turn to him, “but somehow when i work on this stuff [archaeology] i’m an idiot, i’m not qualified, and it’s like they question everything, and i’m like ‘oh, my gosh.’” no fooling: that’s how expertise works. a shakespeare scholar is not automatically an expert in f. scott fitzgerald, and a concrete analyst is not a prima facie expert in medieval archaeology. both men later claim that historians are “just like organized religion” (in shaw’s words) because they propose a dogma and defend it against heretics, as though the history books from c. 1960 laid down the unchanging truth for all of time. shaw believes that historians are trying to “control” knowledge. wolter must have a stock set of talking points he uses because, for being a new interview, i’ve heard so much of this before…word-for-word. wolter repeats the same claim he has made repeatedly that in his work as a concrete analyst he has to testify under oath that he believes what he says is true. since it’s good enough for court, it should be good enough for everyone. “that standard isn’t good enough for academia?” he asks. well, no. just because you believe Something is true and have collected selected evidence does not make Something true; you propose a claim that others then examine and either accept or reject. wolter forgets that even in his own analogy the court doesn’t simply accept his testimony; the jury decides whether to believe him, and in his case, the jury of his peers rejects his evidence as inconclusive or wrong. his attacks on “academics” continue for most of the middle of the episode, repeating his greatest hits about the academic arguments against the legitimacy of the kensington rune stone—which i will again remind you on its surface does almost nothing to affect the story of american history given that we know that vikings crossed the atlantic centuries earlier. lord, i don’t care about the kensington rune stone. he also reviews the “amazing alignments” of the newport tower and the fake claims about tons upon tons of missing copper, based on decades-old lies. (the details are all in my unearthing the truth book, with references and citations.) another classic wolter bit, repeated from other interviews: “what accountability does a tenured professor have? i would argue none.” there is genuine anger at the very process of the creation of knowledge. shaw chimes in that people with “pure book learning” don’t hold a candle to those with “experience,” as though archaeologists never leave their cubbies or historians their hovels. the two men believe that academia has excluded everyday americans from the process of creating knowledge, and it is sad when wolter and shaw cannot understand why archaeologists feel that a dilettante proclaiming their decades of experience worthless is laughable while simultaneously arguing for the acceptance of claims based on his own decades of experience. could wolter identify a culture by shards of its pottery? both men, however, reveal their nationalistic pride in noting that wolter is doing “amazing” work convincing real americans that they don’t have to travel overseas to find european artifacts and that we have a powerful ancient history right here in the u. s. of a. this argument was first used in the post-revolutionary period to bolster american pride and national identity by imagining a lost white race of mound builders co-equal to the celts of hated britain. wolter says that he is investigating the serpent mound and the decalogue stone (a victorian forgery), which he plans to discuss at length on his program. he isn’t able to tell us his findings until they air. now, let’s get to the good stuff. wolter has obviously seen my criticism that his program seems to be explicitly denying the accomplishments of native americans. i can do no better than to transcribe his attempt to turn this on his head and blame political correctness for denying white americans dibs on North america. wolter claims that he is “fighting” against …the post-manifest destiny period where, you know, i mean, let’s be honest, you know, we committed genocide against the natives because they were not christian, they were pagan, and not worthy of owning this land, so we took it from ’em, and, i mean, you know, it’s virgin land, right? it’s basically free for the taking. and when they were finding evidence—cause you know they did—of previous contact with all kinds of cultures, some of them land claims like the kensington rune stone, what would this do to manifest destiny? [shaw (cross-talk): “exactly, exactly.”] it would create a problem, wouldn’t it? so what do you do? you just make it go away. i mean, it was the simplest, it was the easiest explanation. and some people would say, well, you’re talking about a major conspiracy. in some ways, i think there is a conspiracy going on until people can explain to me things like the bat creek stone. holy shit. if i read this correctly, wolter is claiming that the u.s. government is conspiring to hide european voyages to america to apologize to the native americans for genocide and protect the government’s legitimacy from…whom? sinclair claimants? for a man who a few minutes before bragged that he had “cracked” more than 2,000 books and thus was equal to a historian (“how do you become a historian? you read.”), scott wolter does not understand anything at all. let’s count his errors: the kensington rune stone is not a land claim, unless you agree that wolter has found a secret code made of dots, which is useless as a land claim since nobody stumbling across the stone could read it. the “post-manifest destiny” period would have been after the civil war, at which point many native groups had already become christian and most had been deprived of their land. christianization of native peoples began with columbus and continued down to the present. wolter identifies himself as part of “we,” by which he apparently means euro-americans. he is apparently unaware that native americans are also u.s. citizens (though they were not automatically citizens prior to 1924), and he implicitly views himself and other white people in opposition to the native “other.” previous colonization by european groups would not have affected manifest destiny (u.s. expansion) in any way, shape, or form. in fact, in the 1700s and 1800s, the u.s., british, and spanish governments assumed that welsh, phoenician, and other peoples had come to North america in the past, and the spanish government even sponsored an expedition to search for welsh indians in the louisiana territory back when they owned it—hardly the behavior of people quaking in their boots about legitimacy. u.s. president andrew jackson specifically cited the lost white race of the mound builders as a reason for deporting native americans, yielding the trail of tears: “in the monuments and fortresses of an unknown people, spread over the extensive regions of the west, we behold the memorials of a once powerful race, which was exterminated, or has disappeared, to make room for the existing savage tribes.” therefore, jackson said, native americans were illegitimate possessors of white land and ought to be removed from american soil. if the president could make that claim in the state of the union address of 1830, it was not a secret and he did not fear evidence of this lost race. the existence of a lost white race of mound builders was official u.s. government policy for several decades (pres. william henry harrison was an active believer), until cyrus thomas’s archaeological work made the claim untenable. while it was u.s. policy, it was widely assumed that this race had contact with the jews, phoenicians, and other ancient peoples. wolter now asserts that the native americans “know something” about the templars since he has come to recognize that they were present during the period of the alleged templar voyages. however, “we tried to kill them [so] maybe they’re not exactly in the mood to talk.” funny, though, that many native americans (who are individuals, incidentally, and not a homogenous group) are happy to talk to ancient aliens, skeptical inquirer, and me. perhaps some natives aren’t too excited about reliving the racist old claims that white people reigned over them as gods and bequeathed their superior genes to them, as thomas sinclair asserted in a lecture widely-cited in templar conspiracy literature and later repeated by frederik pohl, the godfather of sinclair conspiracy literature. native americans know where this kind of conspiracy-mongering tends to lead. link statistics: posted by spock — tue dec 24, 2013 12:27 am — replies 1 — views 132.
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    Scott wolter's apparently non-existent degree note: this post is only about a specific claim scott wolter made prior to hosting america unearthed. for my reviews of the show, please see my america unearthed reviews page. america unearthed star scott wolter claims to hold a 1987 honorary master's degree in geology from the university of minnesota-duluth. this claim appears in his Corporate biographies, and he claimed the degree in a 2009 coast to coast interview. he uses this as one of his credentials as a "forensic geologist," for which his primary training is a bachelor's degree in geology, awarded in 1982. i consulted the university of minnesota, which keeps a list of all honorary degrees awarded by the university dating back to at least 1932. these awards are bestowed upon "individuals of local, statewide, national, or international prominence who have achieved distinction and recognition in public service, enterprise, philanthropy, education, science, literature, or the arts." (they are not, of course, actual academic degrees.) scott wolter is not on that list. he's also not on the second, independent list the college keeps. the last time the university awarded an honorary master's degree was 1956. this is not conclusive, of course. the online lists may be in error. i also consulted news accounts from 1987 and found no report of wolter's alleged honorary degree in the commencement activities from that year. more damning? the profile of him that ran in the university of minnesota alumni magazine in summer 2001 makes no mention of the alleged master's degree, reporting only his 1982 bachelor's degree. (interestingly, the 2001 profile also contains wolter's admission that he had no experience or training in examining ancient stone materials, and that his expertise was largely in scientific testing of concrete.) i could find no evidence that wolter was ever granted the honorary degree he claims. i may have missed it, i suppose. but given the lack of evidence in any of the usual sources, it is up to wolter to prove this degree actually exists. link scott wolter makes bizarre claims about native americans in new interview last thursday (august 8), scott wolter appeared on the rev. tim shaw’s black cat lounge podcast to promote his new book, which he apparently will sell to anyone except me. the book is for sale on wolter’s website and on amazon.com, but amazon informed me that they could not provide a copy to me. apparently, it’s still not out after several months of delay. tim shaw is a spiritualist minister who cites cremo and thompson’s forbidden archaeology, a hindu creationist text, as his entry point into archaeological mysteries. the two discussed wolter’s greatest hits, and wolter offered a truly stunning new claim about native americans that we will get to momentarily. wolter first told shaw that the pre-columbian voyages of sinclair-templars are “important” and needs to be exposed to a wider audience. it’s perhaps interesting that shaw identifies wolter’s work as dealing with “our” ancestors, as opposed to native americans, which makes me wonder who the implied “we” would be if it is not white euro-americans. i’ll be frank: i find podcasts to be excruciating. i read much faster than people talk, and waiting as they slowly…slowly…slowly dribble out their words to fill time annoys me to no end. at more than an hour, wolter’s appearance on shaw’s podcast tested my patience. the first fifteen minutes were about wolter’s background, and then he discusses the kensington rune stone, with wolter complaining (again) that he became “pissed” that opponents were “attacking me personally” for his work on the rune stone. he asserts that “they” (an undefined group) were defending a “paradigm” by launching attacks on wolter as a person rather than on the evidence. his next claim makes an interesting point: wolter asserts that when people need concrete analyzed, they turn to him, “but somehow when i work on this stuff [archaeology] i’m an idiot, i’m not qualified, and it’s like they question everything, and i’m like ‘oh, my gosh.’” no fooling: that’s how expertise works. a shakespeare scholar is not automatically an expert in f. scott fitzgerald, and a concrete analyst is not a prima facie expert in medieval archaeology. both men later claim that historians are “just like organized religion” (in shaw’s words) because they propose a dogma and defend it against heretics, as though the history books from c. 1960 laid down the unchanging truth for all of time. shaw believes that historians are trying to “control” knowledge. wolter must have a stock set of talking points he uses because, for being a new interview, i’ve heard so much of this before…word-for-word. wolter repeats the same claim he has made repeatedly that in his work as a concrete analyst he has to testify under oath that he believes what he says is true. since it’s good enough for court, it should be good enough for everyone. “that standard isn’t good enough for academia?” he asks. well, no. just because you believe Something is true and have collected selected evidence does not make Something true; you propose a claim that others then examine and either accept or reject. wolter forgets that even in his own analogy the court doesn’t simply accept his testimony; the jury decides whether to believe him, and in his case, the jury of his peers rejects his evidence as inconclusive or wrong. his attacks on “academics” continue for most of the middle of the episode, repeating his greatest hits about the academic arguments against the legitimacy of the kensington rune stone—which i will again remind you on its surface does almost nothing to affect the story of american history given that we know that vikings crossed the atlantic centuries earlier. lord, i don’t care about the kensington rune stone. he also reviews the “amazing alignments” of the newport tower and the fake claims about tons upon tons of missing copper, based on decades-old lies. (the details are all in my unearthing the truth book, with references and citations.) another classic wolter bit, repeated from other interviews: “what accountability does a tenured professor have? i would argue none.” there is genuine anger at the very process of the creation of knowledge. shaw chimes in that people with “pure book learning” don’t hold a candle to those with “experience,” as though archaeologists never leave their cubbies or historians their hovels. the two men believe that academia has excluded everyday americans from the process of creating knowledge, and it is sad when wolter and shaw cannot understand why archaeologists feel that a dilettante proclaiming their decades of experience worthless is laughable while simultaneously arguing for the acceptance of claims based on his own decades of experience. could wolter identify a culture by shards of its pottery? both men, however, reveal their nationalistic pride in noting that wolter is doing “amazing” work convincing real americans that they don’t have to travel overseas to find european artifacts and that we have a powerful ancient history right here in the u. s. of a. this argument was first used in the post-revolutionary period to bolster american pride and national identity by imagining a lost white race of mound builders co-equal to the celts of hated britain. wolter says that he is investigating the serpent mound and the decalogue stone (a victorian forgery), which he plans to discuss at length on his program. he isn’t able to tell us his findings until they air. now, let’s get to the good stuff. wolter has obviously seen my criticism that his program seems to be explicitly denying the accomplishments of native americans. i can do no better than to transcribe his attempt to turn this on his head and blame political correctness for denying white americans dibs on North america. wolter claims that he is “fighting” against …the post-manifest destiny period where, you know, i mean, let’s be honest, you know, we committed genocide against the natives because they were not christian, they were pagan, and not worthy of owning this land, so we took it from ’em, and, i mean, you know, it’s virgin land, right? it’s basically free for the taking. and when they were finding evidence—cause you know they did—of previous contact with all kinds of cultures, some of them land claims like the kensington rune stone, what would this do to manifest destiny? [shaw (cross-talk): “exactly, exactly.”] it would create a problem, wouldn’t it? so what do you do? you just make it go away. i mean, it was the simplest, it was the easiest explanation. and some people would say, well, you’re talking about a major conspiracy. in some ways, i think there is a conspiracy going on until people can explain to me things like the bat creek stone. holy shit. if i read this correctly, wolter is claiming that the u.s. government is conspiring to hide european voyages to america to apologize to the native americans for genocide and protect the government’s legitimacy from…whom? sinclair claimants? for a man who a few minutes before bragged that he had “cracked” more than 2,000 books and thus was equal to a historian (“how do you become a historian? you read.”), scott wolter does not understand anything at all. let’s count his errors: the kensington rune stone is not a land claim, unless you agree that wolter has found a secret code made of dots, which is useless as a land claim since nobody stumbling across the stone could read it. the “post-manifest destiny” period would have been after the civil war, at which point many native groups had already become christian and most had been deprived of their land. christianization of native peoples began with columbus and continued down to the present. wolter identifies himself as part of “we,” by which he apparently means euro-americans. he is apparently unaware that native americans are also u.s. citizens (though they were not automatically citizens prior to 1924), and he implicitly views himself and other white people in opposition to the native “other.” previous colonization by european groups would not have affected manifest destiny (u.s. expansion) in any way, shape, or form. in fact, in the 1700s and 1800s, the u.s., british, and spanish governments assumed that welsh, phoenician, and other peoples had come to North america in the past, and the spanish government even sponsored an expedition to search for welsh indians in the louisiana territory back when they owned it—hardly the behavior of people quaking in their boots about legitimacy. u.s. president andrew jackson specifically cited the lost white race of the mound builders as a reason for deporting native americans, yielding the trail of tears: “in the monuments and fortresses of an unknown people, spread over the extensive regions of the west, we behold the memorials of a once powerful race, which was exterminated, or has disappeared, to make room for the existing savage tribes.” therefore, jackson said, native americans were illegitimate possessors of white land and ought to be removed from american soil. if the president could make that claim in the state of the union address of 1830, it was not a secret and he did not fear evidence of this lost race. the existence of a lost white race of mound builders was official u.s. government policy for several decades (pres. william henry harrison was an active believer), until cyrus thomas’s archaeological work made the claim untenable. while it was u.s. policy, it was widely assumed that this race had contact with the jews, phoenicians, and other ancient peoples. wolter now asserts that the native americans “know something” about the templars since he has come to recognize that they were present during the period of the alleged templar voyages. however, “we tried to kill them [so] maybe they’re not exactly in the mood to talk.” funny, though, that many native americans (who are individuals, incidentally, and not a homogenous group) are happy to talk to ancient aliens, skeptical inquirer, and me. perhaps some natives aren’t too excited about reliving the racist old claims that white people reigned over them as gods and bequeathed their superior genes to them, as thomas sinclair asserted in a lecture widely-cited in templar conspiracy literature and later repeated by frederik pohl, the godfather of sinclair conspiracy literature. native americans know where this kind of conspiracy-mongering tends to lead. link statistics: posted by spock — tue dec 24, 2013 12:27 am — replies 1 — views 132.
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