CLAIM SEVEN
  We ‘ll soon be in Peru.  
     
  My pages also claim the ancient people
actually used hardened copper tools.
This is amazing, because the hardening of
copper was a lost art for many centuries !
Most experts in 1830 thought the Native
Americans were a stone-age people.
 
     
  The Egyptians, however, knew how to harden pure copper and
the Hebrews learned it from them. Over 10,000 ancient copper
tools have been found in the Americas north of Panama alone,
to say nothing of the thousands unearthed in South America.1
 
     
 
Jarom 1:8
And we multiplied exceedingly, and spread upon the face of the land, and became exceedingly rich in gold, and in silver, and in precious things, and in fine workmanship of wood, in buildings, and in machinery, and also in iron and copper, and brass and steel, making all manner of tools of every kind to till the ground, and weapons of war . . . .
 

1 West ; “ The Trial of the Stick of Joseph,” Page 64

 

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