Dr. Donald Yates

Donald Panther-Yates is an American genealogist, author and DNA investigator.  Yates was born in North Georgia and in midlife, rediscovered his Native American genealogy and made numerous contributions to American Indian, and in particular, Cherokee studies. Today he lives in Longmont CO and operates DNA Consultants, specializing in DNA testing. He is also the founder of Panthers Lodge Publishers and has written several books on Cherokee ancestry and ancient artifacts, including a book on the Los Lunas Decalogue Stone.

Dr. Stephen Jett

Stephen C. Jett is a cultural anthropologist, author and geographer. Jett was born in Cleveland and currently resides in Abingdon, VA. His principal writing interests include the culture and history of the Navajo, as well as the effects of pre-1492 transoceanic contacts between the Old and New worlds in spreading human genes, ideas, technologies, and domesticates. He has published over 150 articles and books on these topics, with his most recent "Ancient Ocean Crossings: Reconsidering the Case for Contact with the Americas before Columbus" appearing in 2017. 

Dr. Huston McCulloch

J Huston McCulloch is a semitic expert that has written several articles on the topics of epigraphy and archaeological artifacts and has also appeared on The History Channel.  In addition, he was also professor emeritus of economics and finance at the Ohio State University, and now resides in New York City where he teaches at NYU. He has published numerous books and articles on money and banking, macroeconomics, econometrics, and finance. His views on the Bat Creek Stone appear in the Tennessee Anthropologist. 

Steven Collins

Steven M. Collins is an author and historian that has authored five books documenting the migrations, kingdoms and locations of the ten lost tribes of Israel after their exile. He currently resides in Sioux Falls and has written numerous articles and traveled as a speaker and lecturer on the topic. After the success of his first book "The "Lost" Ten Tribes of Israel...Found!", he expanded this into a four-book series tracing the history and modern locations of the biblical Israelites.

Peder B Helland - Composer

Peder B. Helland is an up and coming Norwegian composer from Oslo, Norway. He has a background in physics but has also produced and composed several musical projects including Dawn of Hope, Soothing RelaxationPeder B. Helland – Composer and Dark Music World on YouTube.  His piece entitled "The Song of the Heart" serves as the Theme track for the documentary "Mystery Stone".