Let's begin by stipulating something America Unearthed won't tell you. The Tucson Artifacts discussed in "The Desert Cross" explicitly state in Latin and Hebrew that they were created by a mixture of Romans, Gauls, and Jews who came to early America and suffered a war with the Toltecs.
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