HEARTLAND CONNECTING TO TUNISIA
We are so excited. Doors are opening in the Ancient World, and our understanding of ancient times in the New World is increasing. The world’s oldest ship replica that crossed the Atlantic is coming together in Montrose, Iowa, on the west bank of the Upper Mississippi.
The ship represents the efforts of thousands of people over the last two decades. The ship sailed on the open oceans for more than 30,000 miles around Africa and across the Atlantic. During the Covid Crisis, she sank in the mud off the shore of Florida. She came up out of the mud and was cut into pieces. Her untimely sinking in the muddy canal nearly caused the U.S. Coast Guard to scuttle her to the bottom of the seas.
Just in time, Heartland Research came to her rescue, and she is now in the care and keeping of faithful people. She is a symbol of how God restores what was lost.
We need your help to continue with this project. We invite all people of goodwill to join us as we put the pieces back together.
There is no other artifact in America that so clearly and directly connects to the Ancient World. Heartland Research stands ready to restore the world’s oldest ship replica here in the New World. We are sure that tens of millions of Americans will want to see the significance of the 40-ton ship that re-writes the history of ancient America. Heartland Research invites you to join us as we proceed with this significant project.
We are working closely with new friends in the Old World who are helping us to understand how, in ancient times, the two worlds connected across the Atlantic.