In New Interview Scott Wolter Says "America Unearthed" Dead, New Shows Under Consideration
Scott Wolter recently appeared on The Transformation Highway podcast to promote his upcoming 2-hour appearance at the New Living Expo this coming weekend. During the interview, Wolter conceded that his H2 series America Unearthed is dead, and he said that History Channel executives told him that the reason the program could not be moved from H2 to the main History Channel is that “you’re too smart for History.” Wolter said that he is actively seeking new television opportunities, including a potential new History Channel show about Knights Templar and Freemason conspiracies.
He began the interview with a summary of his latest claim, that the Kensington Rune Stone contains a series of numbers related to Freemasonry. Once again, he asserts that he believes that this reflects a secret stream of knowledge dating back to the Middle Ages or even the First Temple period and not, as logic might dictate, evidence that Freemasons carved the stone in modern times. Indeed, Wolter claims that the Masonic degrees are identical to the “Mysteries of Isis and Osiris” from Egyptian times.
Wolter also announced that he will be testifying in legal proceedings in Texas later this summer as an expert in forensic geology. I can’t imagine how that’s going to go if opposing counsel knows how to use Google.
As is typical for a Wolter interview, he spends a good chunk of the 44-minute run time discussing the Kensington Rune Stone, the sine qua non of Wolter’s fringe career, and he admits that since there was no scientific protocol for dating such a stone objectively, he and his team “kind of just made it up” in developing a protocol to prove that it was medieval.
Wolter claims that the reason there is no evidence of Templar incursions into America is because they were “secret missions” and therefore intended to be kept hidden. He rehearsed his frequent claim that the rune stone is intended as a land claim for the east coast of the United State to the farthest reaches of the Mississippi watershed, and he says he is confused about why anyone would doubt this claim since the rune stone writes that the visitors intended to “take up land” from Vinland westward. He continues with summarizing his claims about the so-called Venus Families of southern France who supposedly were dualists and monotheists. Oddly, that would probably make them Manicheans, and we recall yesterday that the Manicheans had the books of the Nephilim!
Surely this material becomes boring through too much repetition, but I must say I am confused by how Wolter can both claim that the Venus Families are followers of “monotheistic dualism” and also worshipers of a god and goddess. Monotheists would seem to have only one god, not two, but I guess he believes that God is a hermaphrodite who appears in two forms. It’s not weirder than the Trinity, which is one god in three forms, but it isn’t exactly consistent.
He adds that America is the New Jerusalem of Revelation.
At the halfway point, Wolter switches to his usual complaints that “academics” aren’t willing to accept his work on the Kensington Rune Stone because they refuse to admit that Jesus was a mortal man buried in the Talpiot Tomb in Jerusalem, something he claims is the inevitable consequence of accepting the reality of the Rune Stone. Wolter isn’t much for distinguishing between facts and inferences. The logic works only if the Rune Stone is genuinely medieval and if the Rune Stone contains secret codes and if the secret codes were created by Templars and if those Templars continued in secret after the suppression of the Templars in the early 1300s and if the Templars had secret knowledge of the Holy Bloodline of Jesus and if the Holy Bloodline of Jesus actually existed and if that Bloodline remained unbroken for hundreds of years and if that Bloodline traced back to first century Jerusalem and if a secret cult honored the tomb of Jesus and if etc., etc., etc. Each link on the chain is debatable, and one link does not imply the reality of the whole chain.
The show’s host asks Wolter to comment on a “channeled” book about the secret life of Jesus’ grandmother, and I don’t think Wolter understood that the book was “channeled” from the spirit realm when he endorsed the idea that the “truth” is coming out about how horrible the Catholic Church is. In a bit of irony, he accuses the Church of hypocrisy for endorsing and supporting Nazi ideology, while he himself has excuses his own use of Nazi sources in his book Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers as “irrelevant” to the information Nazi archaeology provides--because the Nazis stole Catholic secrets! Get your story straight: Are the Catholics and Nazis in league or opposed?
After this, Wolter explains his involvement with Masonry, where he is now a 32° Scottish Rite Mason, and he says that he’s planning a final book in his fringe history series. “I’ve got it now,” he said about finding the “truth” behind history.
4/25/2016 12:54:26 pm
"Too smart for History". Interesting statement when applied to Scott Wolter. I can somewhat agree with that, he is probably smarter than the bunch who pretend to run that pawn shop, travel the roads going to yard sales, hunting alligators, making swords out of scrap iron and cutting down trees. After all you would only need an I Q of about fifty to be smarter than the people who appear on the History Channel and only about forty to be smarter than the History Channel executives.
4/25/2016 07:07:50 pm
Either that or Wolter just doesn't comprehend sarcasm when he hears it. :)
5/1/2016 11:28:17 am
Wolter may be the Sheldon Cooper of the fringe. Really smart but just doesn't get either sarcasm or irony, the lack of which understanding he has demonstrated on numerous times. Even I realize that my statement that "Wolter may be the Sheldon Cooper of the fringe" is sarcasm.
2/19/2019 01:53:05 am
Agreed! I assume this guys degree is written on toilet paper. What a tool who is out of his depth as geologist thinking he’s the smartest guy in the room. What a freaking moron!
4/25/2016 07:35:08 pm
Smarter? Well, maybe. probably. yeah, definitely. Am I vacillating? Yes. How smart does anyone have to be to be smarter than the History Channel's stable of over the wonky loon's edge expert theorists and reality show humps? Has everyone already forgotten the nebbish and the narcissist, other-wise known as the Lagina brothers and Hoax Island?
1/7/2018 07:19:04 pm
The History Channel latches on to any kook with a bizarre fringe theory. A new show coming out shows that the Templars colonized earth and it was their ship that crashed at Roswell. Hitler was a Templar as was Elvis Presly. Masons are just guys under homo suspicion that love playing dress up.
6/15/2018 08:16:47 am
the island that the laginas are on is an actualy island in Canada and they have found interesting historical stuff
4/27/2016 10:25:52 am
Though wholly staged and contrived, that pawn shop show is the only show remaining on the History Channel that actually contains bits and pieces of true historical content.
9/4/2017 09:29:52 pm
I love Scott. Very intelligent!.. He is not sarcastic just loves what he believes thru facts...Very upset he is not on TV anymore. Big Mistake by HISTORY Channel.
1/21/2017 07:09:57 pm
Too smart??? This is the same guy that thought the person to the right of Jesus in the painting of the Last Supper was Mary Magdalena and not "John the Baptist". Wrong John moron
5/10/2017 11:59:20 am
I don't understand why anyone would make such a big deal out of whom the person in the "painting" of the last supper is.....it's a PAINTING not a photograph! That person is whomever Divinci wanted it to be!
8/24/2017 08:45:29 pm
john the baptist was not at the last supper
10/7/2017 05:56:44 pm
1/7/2018 05:19:35 pm
OMG John The Baptist was already dead by then...of course there is no record of him ever living
3/15/2018 06:01:36 am
6/12/2018 02:25:34 pm
No offense but why could it not be Mary? Where does it state anywhere that Christ could not marry? I know God gave the commandment to multiply and replish the earth. Whos to say Scott isnt correct in that assumption? I pretty sure christ would have taken a wife and had childeren if his father wanted him to.
11/23/2018 05:12:57 am
John the Baptist was dead by then. I like Scott. He's cute.
4/21/2019 09:24:08 pm
Ummmm...If it was John the Baptist ext to Jesus at The Last Supper, I would guess it was just his lifeless decapitated head. As most know, that poor fellow lost his head prior to this event.
5/18/2019 12:22:40 am
1/31/2017 04:17:31 pm
4/8/2017 08:35:57 am
You should try some physical Labor insted of mentally spouting your ignorance.
6/19/2017 01:45:29 pm
I agree !!! The History Channel has become about everything else other than history ! I do not watch it anymore for the reasons Clete mentioned above. I watched America Unearthed every week and recorded it for my students. The program opens up young minds and creates an open dialogue with other students and teachers. This is educational in areas of history, geology, archaelogy and possibilities. BRING IT BACK !!
7/10/2017 11:08:00 pm
I agree with Pamela.
7/25/2017 07:04:55 pm
I like that it opened up the possibilities and I think the people who are offended by the lack of scientific method are the very pseudo-scientists that are threatened by those ideas of his ...and it all brings to mind the Eternal question... how many data points does it take to turn a Superstition into good science .
I totally agree! My husband and I watched America on Earth every week and looked forward to it for the next week to come along. I think that Scott Walton is incredibly intelligent. We learned a great deal from him is he Unearthed many secrets and facts. I would absolutely love to see this show come back on TV whether it be the History Channel or some other channel doesn't matter to me as long as I can get it. I think some of the trash that the History Channel is showing now is absolutely ridiculous and a waste of time. Bring back America on Earth with Scott wolter!
Okay so I made a comment a few moments ago and apparently my cell phone does not understand English therefore I will type in what I mean... Bring AMERICA UNEARTHED with. SCOTT WOLTER back to TV! You don't have to believe it and you don't have to watch it if you don't want to but there are those of us and many of us I might add who loved his show and loved his knowledge he is great!
Gerald K. Schonemann
10/6/2017 09:03:43 pm
I totally agree Pamela!
Timothy C Peterkin
7/19/2018 11:36:37 am
I was an avid watcher of the show, until he started with the Mary Magdalene- Jesus angle. I wanted to see rediscovered sites, info about ancient tribes not propaganda on your take on a religion a great many people care about.
2/13/2019 09:21:00 pm
I agree. I hope you bring America Unearthed back. I use to be an avid History Channel watcher.until all the shows they offered didn't have a thing to do with history at all. Don't get me wrong i love Swamp People and iCurse of Oak Island these are the few shows I still watch on History. I want to watch something that pertains to History. I want to learn about something I didn't know. America Unearthed, always made me want to learn more about what Scott was investigating. I looked forward to each new episode every week. So I hope you. or some other channel brings back Scott and America Unearthed and more like it.
James P McLaughlin
10/25/2017 10:22:39 am
That is a great statement. It just means that Scott is honestly presenting the facts as he finds them. A lot like President Trump.
10/29/2017 12:31:35 pm
Hey! I take offence to that. I cut down trees, make stuff out of metal and I know my times tables. I'm 39.
11/9/2017 08:06:54 am
My great aunt married a Wolter from Minn. When I joined the Fraternal Order of the Eagles they took my ID and contacted their head office and found out I am in the CIA and the Second Christ. I am a registered historical archeologist here in Sask.and have evidence that will stand up in any court that will over turn nearly all of Scott Wolters shows. I would love to debate him om TV.
12/22/2017 06:03:58 pm
You really need to do your homework. Christ was not crucified through hi hands
1/28/2018 01:11:34 pm
Jason: as a catholic, we were not taught a great many things. The history throughout its origins makes you dizzy with their facts! WOLTERS works with evidence, facts. If you and most Americans can’t handle the truth so be it. We all respect WOLTERS for the facts he has shared. How boring is it not having a debate on it. We need you WOLTERS. We all know you are too smart for the dummies who can’t handle the truth!
4/20/2018 02:12:12 am
I learned more from watching America Unearthed than I did in school. They do not teach History or Geography in school anymore. And those are subjects that are in the eyes of the beholder.
3/18/2018 01:19:24 am
I am a realist...I do believe there are many historical truths that have been and will continue to be hidden and/or maintained as truth in the history books however Scott Wolter is out there doing the foot work (for lack of a better term) to undo these untruths we have all been told as truth our whole lives!!! His supposed lack of someone else's imagined wit has nothing to do with the fact of the tangled web of lies that he is trying to somehow untangle and make sense out of the dates and recorded happenings!!! It is very easy to judge someone while you are sitting at home on your couch watching a man go up against the world to bring actual truth to our history...(whatever it may be???) I think he simply has a no nonsense attitude toward revealing the answers and not letting nay- sayers bring him down. I believe many of our greater minds throughout history have been a little eccentric, why would Mr. Wolter be any different? I say to all the negative commenters... "If you can't say something nice; don't say anything at all!!!" Now who doesn't grasp the sarcasm I am laying down...jealous much... I think his theories scare certain people in the academic realm because what if he is on to something...what if...
4/20/2018 02:16:03 am
There are MANY secrets the neither church or state want to come to light.
11/15/2018 01:29:03 pm
Basically, if it turned out that Scott Wolter was correct about Jesus married to Mary Magdalene and having a child, it means that not only Roman Catholicism but all of Christianity is a fabrication with little bits of truth, and tidbits of moral/ethical teachings, and a whole lot of lies.
4/20/2018 10:09:54 pm
I have to agree, I was appalled with the history channel line up. Maybe documenting the sad state of affairs in this age has some importance but is this really representative . of the populace? Or maybe the real truth is that we watch it in avoidance of debauchery and violence.
5/22/2018 03:56:01 am
It isn,'t that history is wrong so much as it is incomplete. HISTORY has always told lies and made up stuff its called "fake news".
Wayne R Coluccio
10/5/2018 09:34:33 pm
None of the critical comments within this site are credible when it contains even one element of network programming...or motive, in this context....In other words, yourey all full of shit.
Not the Comte de Saint Germain
4/25/2016 01:10:24 pm
Jason, I submitted a comment to the website a couple of months back, using my real name but mentioning my pseudonym. I just wanted to make sure you'd received it.
4/25/2016 09:07:38 pm
Yes, I did. I'm sorry I didn't reply. I've been so buried under email that I've fallen hopelessly behind. I did make the correction you pointed out.
Not the Comte de Saint Germain
4/25/2016 09:14:55 pm
Well, I hate to be a pest about it, but I just looked at the Watchers page, and it still says third century CE.
4/26/2016 06:28:49 am
Try refreshing your page. It's correct on my end.
Not the Comte de Saint Germain
4/26/2016 03:24:50 pm
Huh. I purged the cache, but Setne Khaemwas is still third century CE, placed between Julius Africanus and Origen. The correct date is either 268 or 232 BCE, which would fall between Berossus and Jubilees on your page.
4/25/2016 02:33:11 pm
"Wolter also announced that he will be testifying in legal proceedings in Texas later this summer as an expert in forensic geology." Makes me wonder about Rockwall, TX, although it's been a while since he was there with AU. I went back and read some posts and it seemed that not everyone was happy with the show or its conclusions.
4/25/2016 08:21:47 pm
I would guess that the legal proceeding needs either one of two things...comic relief or the defense team has a need to show the jury what an actual dimwit actually looks and talks like.
4/25/2016 09:01:20 pm
I may be completely off target. Perhaps they only want him to look at some cracks in the sidewalk. Trip and fall case
7/17/2017 01:27:02 am
Cracks in the sidewalk have actually been covered by Gold Fever. They went to NYC and found gold in them thar cracks.
4/25/2016 03:06:42 pm
After admitting in his own paper, on his own blog, his work on the KRS, other rune stones, etc., is "speculative research", now Wolter admits he and his team invented the criteria for proving the KRS's authenticity.
4/26/2016 03:23:18 am
There was logic behind Wolter's use of old graveyard tombstones to compare the weathering of the KRS, but what the method lacked was rigour- he needed to compare with the same type of rock, in the same climatically extreme area, and most of all he needed to assess techniques for artificial weathering.
4/26/2016 01:14:19 pm
All true, but, I think any objectivity was lost once he became convinced it was genuine. I believe that's where the need to prove it's authenticity overrode the need to let the test results speak for themselves, which became worse when he chose to avoid peer review and publish his findings in a book.
4/27/2016 10:35:30 am
I could give you a laundry list of Wolter's failed logic in regard to his tombstone comparisons, as well as problematic scientific methodology. His slipshod work riddled with confirmation bias calls into question all he has done before, as well as since; no matter the context. Also given that he could write a book in regard to Lake Superior agates and then be found liable for selling a fake, brings fraud to the forefront as well.
5/1/2016 07:25:22 pm
Well said D Bradbury, Rigor , evidence, measurable lichen, precipitation history of region on same stone, you know, real scientific evidence.
5/1/2016 10:18:18 pm
Wolter's "hard science" at its base assumes that an infinite number of variables never came into play. He begins with the conclusion that the KRS is authentic and then constructs a fact pattern to confirm his preconceived belief. As often pointed out by many, this is the opposite of science; and why every task undertaken by him deserves the utmost in scrutiny.
4/25/2016 06:57:26 pm
"Wolter also announced that he will be testifying in legal proceedings in Texas later this summer as an expert in forensic geology. I can’t imagine how that’s going to go if opposing counsel knows how to use Google."
4/26/2016 12:55:57 am
Let's now hope that with the death of "America Unearthed" that Wolter loses serious readership to a point where even the fringe doesn't accept him, and Jason can finally get back to analyzing subjects in pseudoscience that aren't as frivolous as him.
Not the Comte de Saint Germain
4/26/2016 02:42:01 am
I don't know, a lot of the stuff Jason covers is even more ridiculous than Wolter.
10/21/2017 09:18:39 am
I said be nice do y'all even know the Golden rule do unto others as they have done unto you
2/14/2018 11:05:17 pm
Is it just me, or does Brettny have a very skewed sense of what “be nice” means. Someone calls out Scott Wolter and she’s nowhere to be found; heaven forbid you call out the OP on his own page, and she’ll hunt you down like an alpha on a bitch in heat. (Dogs...to be clear for anyone who’s gonna try and pull a trigger on that).
4/26/2016 03:40:54 pm
Wolter is not a 32˚ Scottish Rite Mason yet. He will be when he goes through the degree on Saturday, May 14. (See http://scottish-rite-mn.org/minneapolis-valley/event-calendar).
4/27/2016 03:05:31 am
I'm not a Mason but am a Minnesotan. I'm sorry to hear that Scott Wolter is using the Minnesota Masonic Lodges to advance his (and his wife's) commercial endeavors. It would seem that allowing him to do so conflicts with the core values of the Masons and that his behavior runs counter to what "the Brothers" would want to be associated with. Very sad indeed.
10/7/2017 06:04:17 pm
Be nice and if you are not going to say anything
2/14/2018 11:09:26 pm
I put my real name this time. You are BY FAR the worst moderator of any forum I’ve ever seen. Do you want to let grown ups have discussions that are by nature going to have opposing views? Or would you rather just censor everything to the point where you have adults reading 1 fish 2 fish to each other. Just SHUT...UP.
5/2/2016 08:57:13 am
I really like America Unearthed. It's a shame the show became too extreme aND seemingly only wanted to deal with Knights Templar and not the original interesting content like the first season.
12/14/2016 01:48:38 pm
I really enjoyed the show also and, not being a member of the academic cabal, enjoyed his wide strikes at it, although granted, not enough to cause even the most superficial scratch.
5/2/2016 11:33:10 am
Again. I have over eight hundred pages that thoroughly debunks almost every point of view this man has with facts. See "The Sacred Towers of the Axis Mundi" and "The Geographic Mysteries of Sir Francis Bacon." This man has ignored so much historical context and taken ideas from others that it is not even funny. I told Scott personally about four years ago the root of the mystery of the K stone is linked to Jamestown. He laughed at me. Now I find he has visited there and discussed this with the Jamestown archaeology staff. It appears Mr. Wolter has woken up to the the truth and is now going to go about telling the story while neglecting to mention that I already discovered all this four years ago after studying and reading for nine years. The K stone and other "mysteries" like this have intentionally been presented to the public and are part of a kind of mystery school involving the First Families of Colonial America in many cases. Stay tuned for the final nail in the Coffin of "Vikings in America" in association with the Kensington Rune. The damn thing is situated right on the border of the Hudson's Bay and French Louisiana. Jeez. (William and Mary were the first to live in Kensington Palace: Hint hint.).
10/25/2017 12:05:23 am
Please provide a link to read your supposed 800 pages. Not on either side, but don't bs
5/26/2016 02:36:23 pm
Why all the hatred towards Scott?
6/23/2016 04:44:57 pm
Not hate. Contempt.
10/21/2016 10:06:55 pm
To be fair, I would watch his shows every day of the week if it meant that ridiculous Ancient Aliens and every quack ever on the show were buried far from the light of day. If you really want to hate something, that show deserves the most hatred and contempt. I was speechless that it even made it past season 1. To each their own.
2/10/2017 06:57:51 pm
Why contemp. All that stuff, no matter who presents it, is crap.
8/25/2017 09:13:15 am
They are jerks and don't know the God's golden rule do unto others as you have done unto you treat others the way you want to be treated
2/14/2018 11:12:02 pm
You literally skipped over 10’s of comments bashing Scott Wolter, but cherry picked the ones bashing the OP, giving them your golden rule BS. Shut up.
12/29/2016 12:34:37 am
I actually liked America Unearthed, and i'm quite distraught at the dissolution of H2. Programming on that channel was much better than the trendy dreck on Viceland, and better than the Hitler Channel, too. America Unearthed was at the very least interesting (save for when the focus was too strong on the Knights Templar)... I'd like to know more of the purported cave in the Grand Canyon that the guys were unable to explore due to having been buzzed by black aircraft. I mean, if there was nothing there, then why all the gov't interference?
5/15/2018 12:02:40 pm
I agree Mono! I loved the show and was pissed when H2 was changed to Viceland, but I wished they would have moved America Unearthed to The History Channel like they did with Ancient Aliens ( my other favorite show)! Hopefully Mr Wolter can find some network to pick up his show. I'm not a very educated man, but have always loved learning about history and have always believed that the history books aren't 100% accurate. I'll just be satisfied watching Ancient Aliens for now until someone gives America Unearthed a second chance and I know some may think I'm crazy for somewhat believing in Aliens, but why couldn't it be possible? After all, the universe is a really gargantuan place.
1/3/2017 02:27:17 pm
Got to watch a lot of the shows while home sick. Really stinks that the show is over. Truly enjoyed it. Enjoyed being challenged instead of watching some of the mindless garbage that is usually on tv.
1/11/2017 04:30:48 pm
I am very much looking forward to Scott Wolter's next show, whatever it may be. He is a very intelligent person . I don't get why there's any bashing him going on. I'm not going to argue with anyone. He's done more in his lifetime than most of us could ever dream of doing and he knows what he's doing.
1/25/2017 09:29:34 pm
I think all Scott wants us to know is the truth.Science doesn't lie. Lets leave that to the media and the vatican church!
1/27/2017 03:32:13 pm
I miss America Unearthed as well. I found it refreshing to hear someone question a regurgitated history that we have all been "educated" with as fact. It is becoming more and more obvious we have been taken down an intended path of deception. I for one want to be presented with different insights and revelations. I say bring Scott back. I would love to see an honest study of America's history before the white, Christian men decided to conquer and write their own story. I have a strong feeling the history of this land is richer than we could have ever imagined.
1/31/2017 12:42:33 pm
Susa and Jeff, I agree with both of you. I want to most definitely see more of Scott and wish America Unearthed was back on. His shows were intellectual, informative and he explained things. We didn't have to just take his word for it.
6/22/2017 01:19:51 am
I miss it to as well
3/24/2017 03:58:53 pm
I have been reading through all the comments regarding Mr Wolter and the H channel. I think that perhaps some people may take these things in the wrong light. First is who cares if Mr. Wolter has this or is that. The real point to these shows are to put forth ideas that run along the fringes of main stream thought. Putting out ideas that run contrary to or cause people to question what is taught to us as the only truth is essential to the growth of any scientific field. Second is by challenging what is at this point in time the accepted point of view, the door is opened for scholars to do hard research into what is often considered taboo subjects. If enough people question the status quo eventually researchers will have to delve into the subject. Only by doing hard research will the real facts be brought to light. Third the message will be noticed by more people if presented by Mr. Wolter than by say a dry academic
3/26/2017 09:54:17 pm
I found the seties inviting us into the past that we are not sure. Scott Wolter brought us closer than the academics would like us to be. Just my opinion.
2/11/2018 07:24:48 pm
Closed-mindedness leads to stagnation and peer review one-track thinking. So everything you were taught and believe now has not ever been challanged and sometimes overturned? Young minds need to be encouraged to think beyond the status quo and be open to new pathways that may someday become accepted.
3/27/2017 01:30:16 pm
I watched America Unearthed for a while but was unimpressed. It seamed aimed at the uninformed amateur rather than the seriously interested pro-sumer. Wolter appeared to be more concerned with creating an interesting tale than providing new tangible evidence.
3/27/2017 05:29:56 pm
Again I have to say, I enjoy watching Scot. As an uninformed amateur, which I have no problem admitting, he is scientific and entertaining and I feel like I'm learning something. There's only so much they can put into an hour show. I wish he had a new show coming out!!!
4/14/2017 06:05:32 pm
I really enjoyed watching Scott he proved to be very knowledgeable and to the point I look forward to seeing him in whatever show he will be in, in conclusion sometimes the truth hurts some people just don't want to hear it!!
4/15/2017 08:23:43 pm
I really looked forward every week when america unearth was on the history channel...That said i just wanted to vent my anger & say i will not watch the History Channel further. I sort of thought when History channel said scott was to smart for history. I would like to see our history books changed if he seems to have the evidents and it could further be proven. That said nobody no one .else won't tackle it if scott's right.
5/8/2017 01:38:59 am
Scott, is a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason kept in the dark? This whole Mary thing seems blasphemous to me. One thing is certain. God didn't want Hitler to find the Arc. One more thi,g Scott. Do you really think Jesus would have a son out of wedlock? Let alone being raised as a bastard? You need to go back to the drawing board and come up with someone else who fits your 13 theory. Good luck with future endeavors.
7/25/2017 11:35:50 pm
That was not nice to say
2/14/2018 11:22:29 pm
Bruce, peek your head up out of a bible once in a while, and you might realize that it’s a story. That’s first things first. Second; I’m amazed that you were alive while Jesus was! You must be old! What’s your secret?! Oh yeah that’s right you weren’t; so you have no idea what Jesus did and didn’t do. Would you have wanted someone to document your sexual escapades for your biography? Would you be able to fit everything that every happened to you inside 1 book? Literally every moment of your life? You’re stupid.
5/10/2017 01:22:15 pm
I like eggs.
10/9/2017 10:43:20 pm
Jon that doesn't make a lick of scence
5/10/2017 06:47:40 pm
There is so much we don't know and never will but there is writing that called Mary , His companion. Back then companion meant or could mean wife. I would really like to know why there would be such a problem with Jesus marrying and having children. In many scriptures Jesus is referred to as "the man, Christ Jesus" I love Him as the Son of God and my Savior and whether he was married or not doesn't change how I feel or my beliefs.I feel Scott brought up an interesting topic.
5/31/2017 01:53:26 pm
What an oxymoron the History Channel refused advertisements from the Son's of Confederate Veterans (SCV) but allow shows that claim aliens helped the Union win the war
7/25/2017 11:39:24 pm
Not nice to say do y'all even know the golden rule
5/21/2019 08:23:08 pm
Scott knows everything?
5/31/2017 02:53:59 pm
6/13/2017 07:34:21 am
I think he's for real - and probably close to cracking the codes as we speak.
8/9/2017 12:40:57 am
I personally think Scotts theory makes the most sense. I don't consider myself an avid church goer but the hooked X makes the most since. Like modern day slang graffiti, not saying it's ok but there's a message for the right eyes to see. I very much notice old historical figures who have ties to Masonry their pictures painted with a symbol "M" as if the secret is kept alive. The Catholic Church would walk the ends of earth to dessimate evidence like that. It's a cycle perpetuated for the right eye to see.There's a secret kept alive through symbols. I feel the negative writers above are free to express your thoughts but to slander science and disregard what makes since, WoW! Watch golf that maybe more up your ally.
CentralCaliGal (Cheryl A. Pemberton)
8/25/2017 01:49:28 am
I believe the negative comments are from REAL SCIENTISTS who were not impressed, more like insulted, by Wolter's hypotheses as being much more opinion and hyperbole than fact; once he'd made up his mind he'd 'cracked' something, he KNEW it, and nothing or no one (even factual evidence) could convince he was wrong. These experts who know Wolter and/or his work say that he doesn't just 'get things wrong' by accident; he twists the known facts around his opinions then presents the whole as factual history - and they most likely are not.
9/25/2017 02:33:39 pm
I don't know Scott personally. His theory conflicts with my belief as a Catholic. I love Scotts show and hope he comes up with another. I always find his shows interesting and fun to watch.Keep them coming Scott.
10/9/2017 01:28:49 pm
Whatever his scientific bonafides, Wolter on TV comes off as The New Erik von Daniken, a less literary Dan Brown -- a hustler who ignores the obvious questions that would deflate whatever far-fetched concept he's lecturing his on-camera "expert" (his son, or some other dubious "genius") and leaps leaps LEAPS to the nonsensical conclusion that supports his overarching thesis. Every episode is classic narrowing of the terms of debate so that they fit his conclusion. Bad TV, an embarrassment to scholarship, awful history. History Channel should stick to ancient aliens and the wild-eyed loons with the crazy hair. Or positing Carly Fiorina as an "expert" on anything.
10/19/2017 12:26:59 pm
One has to wonder why you spend so much of your time putting down Scott Wolter. I believe it is because he is getting too close to the truth of our real history and your main job is to get the sheep to forget about it!
10/25/2017 09:04:21 pm
I enjoyed the show. I felt like he was giving his educated opinion on new discoveries and old. I felt like I had learned a lot after each show and wanted more. I'm very dissappointed it's gone. Maybe he raised to many points that people wanted hidden?
6/3/2018 09:50:41 am
Was this blog created to discuss Wolter's claims or run a hit piece. Wolter's hypothsis have some truth to them and I would like to explore their relevance but instead this sight offers nothing but attacks by a bunch of hacks. I could really care less about his degrees, they mean very little, actually having spent many years in the pursuit of them myself. He likely has an ego and made a claim he regrets but I'm not going to throw everything away based on that alone.
12/11/2018 03:24:11 am
All of y’all will we feel stupid when he proves all this to be true. I can see y’all are not out there doing the work to put in to find the truth like he is and has been doing,until y’all get out there and put boots to the ground I don’t want to hear shit. He is proving more then any of y’all,oh that’s right you people are that type who want to discredit someone who is actually proving stuff to be true.
1/10/2019 02:23:38 pm
His theories are really out there. I mean really far fetched. I have this one friend who tells a far fetched story about a lady who conceived a child without a father. Later that child grew up and died, but then came back to life after a few days! then some guy went up a mountain then came back down with some tablets that were given to him from someone in the sky! And then another guy was able to separate water down the middle of a sea so some people could walk through it! I mean , when do the far fetched stories end! My point is only that maybe sometimes fact and faith get blurred depending on what you already believe. I found his show interesting, a little annoying that every show ended with more questions. But finding interesting facts and artifacts is really cool, that doesnt mean that he always had to connect them in some way. And dont lose your cookies people, I believe in god, but there are some holes in the story you have to admit.
5/31/2019 02:08:33 am
The Narragansett stone episode featured him being surprised it had been stolen. But that was in 2012 and it had been recovered in 2013. He acted like it was an open case for dramatic purposes.
2/16/2020 02:11:32 pm
Fringe writer Jason Colavito is at it again. One thing we'd like to know, is how much the Vatican pays him for slinging mud at truth while offering no facts of his own. Typical disinformation agent, except that fringe writer Jason Colavito offers no new evidence for anything, merely comments.
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