HEARTLAND RESEARCH AT THE 30th ANNUAL FIRM FOUNDATION CONVENTION
CREW MEMBERS FROM TRANS-OCEANIC CROSSINGS
VOLUNTEERS WHO WORKED ON THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE WORLD’S OLDEST SHIP REPLICA THAT CROSSED THE ATLANTIC
600 YEARS BEFORE CHRIST
Salt Palace Convention Center
30th Annual FIRM Foundation Conference
Salt Lake City, Utah
October 21, 2022
Everyone at the conference recognized that Captain Beale’s seafaring accomplishments are significant. No other person has sailed on the open seas in ancient square-rigged ships as far as Philip. The English Adventurer took routes that traced the trans-oceanic narratives of Lehi and Mulek from accounts that are 2,600 years old.
In the conference, Heartland Research invited attendees to come to Montrose, Iowa, to help with the restoration of the world’s oldest ship replica that has crossed the Atlantic. We look forward to the hands-on reconstruction of an ancient replica whose design came from a well-preserved wreck found in July 1993 in the mud of the Port City of Marseille.
Last summer we witnessed the impact that the artifact had on the lives of thousands of people who came to the PHEONICIA Workshop.
We are sure that many more thousands of people will come next summer to see for themselves the marvelous work and a wonder that volunteers are doing under the able direction of experts from Heartland Research.
We welcome all who want to experience for themselves the thrill of connecting to a ship replica that connects to the ancient migrations of people from the Old World to the New World.
We are closely working with associates in the Old World. Click here to see a video clip from the ancient city of Carthage.