Examining the diaspora from the sunken continent of Pan, Susan B. Martinez finds traces of the oceanic Pan civilization in arts and technologies from canal-works, masonry, and agriculture to writing, weaving, and pottery, but most importantly in the art of navigation, the hallmark of the survivors of the catastrophe. Using archaeo-linguistic analysis, she reveals the mother tongue of Pan hidden in strikingly similar words for royalty, deities, and important places in vastly different languages, including Quechua, Maori, Sanskrit, Japanese, Chinese, Greek, and Sumerian, as well as English through the prefix "pan" which denotes "all-encompassing."
Susan B. Martinez, Ph.D., is a writer, linguist, teacher, paranormal researcher, and recognized authority on the Oahspe Bible with a doctorate in anthropology from Columbia University. The author of several books, including Time of the Quickening and The Mysterious Origins of Hybrid Man, she lives in Clayton, Georgia.
Acknowledgments 1 Panology: First Things First 2 White Man's Island: Samahtumi Whoolah 3 Sinking Atlantis--Once and for All! 4 Riding Out the Storm 5 Diaspora 6 Interlude: The Era of Saviors 7 Across the Pond 8 Huddled Houses, Heavenly Hills, and Holy Huts 9 How Can a Whole Continent Disappear? 10 Ring of Fire 11 The Land of Clay Hills Appendix A Ku Words Appendix B World Cognates Appendix C Words That Appear in Both Quechua (Peru) and Maori (New Zealand) Appendix D Sample of Megalithic Works in the Prehistoric World Appendix E Stonehenges Everywhere Bibliography Index