Pure Cedar Of Lebanon Oil From Phoenician Museum (6/3/2023)

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Laboratory tests confirm that we are producing Cedrus Libani / Cedar of Lebanon essential oils that are comparable to those produced by the Phoenicians 2,600 years ago.

We have designed our own equipment as we follow the ancient methods for the steam distillation of the cedar sawdust.

We are sure that if the representatives of the Pharaoh were to come to our processing facility they would be more than happy to do business with us as they prepare their king’s body for mummification.

Spice and fragrance traders from ancient times would have been happy to deal with us in their search for sources of the cedar oil.

We have the largest collection of Cedrus Libani / Cedar of Lebanon logs in America. We are now able to distill the oil in an ancient way from these logs.

Our intent is to sell the oil to high-end perfume producers who are located in America and overseas.

Our story is true. Our product is clear. We will now promote the narrative that Phoenicians came to America 600 years before Christ.

This is the precious and sacred oil that was used in Solomon’s temple and by the Egyptians as they prepared the elaborate burials of their kings in the pyramids that are near the Nile River.

We want to show how our Phoenician Ship Replica connests the Old World to the New Wolrd so so many centuries ago.

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3.2 fl oz of Pure Cedrus Libani / Cedar of Lebanon Essential Oil


The Aromatic Plant Research Center (APRC) is a state-of-the-art laboratory that utilizes a variety of methods to confirm the purity of natural products. The company’s executive advisory board is internationally renowned for quality control testing and expertise for aromatic plants.

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Mike and Betty Red Ant LaFontaine with Dr. Prabodh Styal at ARPC.

Last week Mike and Betty Red Ant LaFontaine from Heartland Research met Dr. Prabodh Satyal at the Head Office of the Aromatic Plant Research Center in Lehi, Utah. They discussed with Dr. Satyal the first results for the steam distillation of essential oil from the Heartland Research Cedar of Lebanon logs from Tyler Arboretum.

Dr. Satyal is recognized as one of the world’s foremost scientists in the testing of aromatic plant materials. He has tested over 10,000 plants.

Interpretation of Test Results

We understand that high-end perfume makers are particularly interested in the content of the organic compounds under the name of himachalene. The attached report shows these compounds on three rows.

We note that the himachalene compounds are in astonishing proportions, and that they are the rare ingredients that convey the aromatic, healing and even magical capabilities of Cedrus Libani / Cedar of Lebanon.

The laboratory test results confirm that the himchalenes compounds by Area % are as follows.

14.92 alpha-Himchalene
10.72 gamma-Himchalene
49.78 beta-Himchalene
78.48 Total Himchalenes

These results indicate exactly what we would expect from the ancient and sacred Cedar of Lebanon trees that Phoenicians thousands of years cut and harvested for their ships and perfumes.

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HRG History — by Jay Mackley

The Heartland Research Group is a grassroots, boots-on-the-ground organization that believes that the historical narrative of the Book of Mormon took place in the Heartland of North America. The HRG is active in archaeological research and in the acquisition, restoration and display of ancient American artifacts. The HRG is currently preparing an ancient ship replica called the "Phoenicia" for display. The ships construction design is patterned after a shipwreck dating to 600 BC. The Phoenicia ship made modern voyages, first around Africa and then also from the Middle East to Florida in 2019 – proving that voyages around Africa or from Sidon to North America were feasible anciently.

Heartland Research Inc is a 501c3 private operating foundation for archaeological research and to complete preparations for the Phoenicia display. Current plans are for a museum large enough to house the Phoenicia ship and many other ancient artifacts and exhibits from North America. The location of the museum is planned to be in Zarahemla which is Lee County Iowa, near the Mississippi river and east of Nauvoo, Illinois.

Our activities are too many to list, but some recent major expeditions are listed below. Many of these expeditions are open-ended and we expect to continue research in these and other similar activities as time, resources, and volunteers become available. We have dozens of volunteers and hundreds of donors, large and small, but we need many more. Check out the websites listed below for details of Heartland Research Group projects. Our current project is is our biggest yet: to refurbish the Phoenicia ship for display.

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We invite you to support our efforts so we can complete these worthy goals!
If you have skills or knowledge to contribute to our research and discovery projects, please contact us directly to volunteer.

  • What: Sonar scanning of Mississippi between Nauvoo and Keokuk. The purpose of the expedition was to discover a crossing route that ancient people could have taken.
  • Who: Heartland Research Inc volunteers.
  • Where: Between Keokuk and Nauvoo, Iowa.
  • How: Private donations of money, time and equipment.

  • What: Magnetic scanning of 221 acres of farmland near Montrose, Iowa. The purpose of the expedition was the discovery of fire-pits and other evidence of ancient occupation.
  • Who: Members of the Heartland Research Inc, local farmers, volunteers, plus technicians from German company SYNSYS. Signs of habitation were found with magnetometery scanning and then C14 dating.
  • Where: Near Montrose Iowa and between Montrose and Fort Madison Iowa.
  • How: Large and small donations of money, time and equipment.

  • What: A one week seminar in Fort Madison, Iowa with 25+ participants. Included visits to the Putnam museum in Davenport, Iowa. There were twelve presentations on the ancient history and written languages of the upper Mississippi.
  • Who: Members of Heartland Research Inc plus presenters and interested attendees.
  • Where: Fort Madison, Iowa.
  • How: Private donations for space, time and lodging.

  • What: Ground penetrating electrical resistivity scanning for building foundations using electrical resistivity equipment from LandVisor.
  • Who: Members of Heartland Research Inc and volunteers.
  • Where: Zarahemla in Lee County, Iowa.
  • How: Private donations and ground support.

  • What: Metal analysis for alloy content. Ancient arrow and spearhead found in Wisconsin stream of cast bronze.
  • Who: Heartland Research Group
  • Where: Sample found in Wisconsin stream by scuba diver.
  • How: Private donations for lab analysis.

  • What: High resolution LiDAR scanning by supporter Air Data Solutions of 34,000 acres in Lee County, Iowa and also part of Illinois. The focus was to create high quality digital maps showing the terrain of the land, especially in the foothill areas where large earthworks are found. Discovery of 5-10 miles of ancient earthworks from LiDAR using QGIS and ArcGIS visualization software.
  • Who: Members of Heartland Research Inc plus AirData Solutions Inc.
  • Where: Lee County, Iowa and also part of Illinois, covering the much of Nauvoo.
  • How: Private donations for services, data processing, and analysis.

  • What: Commence process of restoring the world's oldest ship replica from 600BC, which has circumnavigated Africa and crossed the Atlantic ocean from the Middle East to America.
  • Who: Members of Heartland Research Inc plus volunteers.
  • Where: Lee County, Iowa between Montrose and Fort Madison.
  • How: Private donations for materials, space, and equipment plus donations in labor.

Mission Statement

The Heartland Research Group researches archaeological evidence of the ancient civilizations of America.
Heartland Research Group activities include:

  • Field Research
    Uses archeological techniques and scanning technologies to reveal the remains of ancient civilizations.
  • Ancient Artifacts
    Encourages and facilitate study of ancient North American artifacts, including tablets, tools, weapons, metal works, and other items.
  • Geography
    Research and develop maps, using scanning technologies and other means, to identify the locations and activities of ancient civilizations.
  • Linguistics
    Analyze and translate ancient writings found in North America, especially those relating to other civilizations world wide.
  • Preservation and Display
    Collect, restore, preserve, catalog and exhibit ancient artifacts and replicas, and make them readily available to researchers and viewable to the public.
  • Archaeology, Geology, and History
    Study and research into all aspects archaeology, geology, and history that shed light on ancient North American peoples and cultures.
  • Promotion and Support
    Raise awareness of our activities. Work directly with and support individuals and groups in activities that share our same goals.
The Heartland Research Group welcomes researchers and interested parties of all backgrounds to share their analysis and findings of ancient American heartland civilizations.

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