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On the walls are drawings of animals, including a huge centipede, and human footprints and "stick men" figures.
Originally posted by win 52
Civilization at the time of Noah was world wide and the flood was world wide according to the bible.
>Took the words right out of my mouth.Star for you.Though the Egyptions could have made such journeys im having trouble with the Smithsonian denying the expedition took place.Also how do you missplace a find of this magnitude if it was real?
Originally posted by pikestaff
some Egyptian mummies have been found to contain Nicotean and cocain [I hope I spelt those two right], so someone went to the Americas, one theory is that the Chinese visited the americas, who knows?
Originally posted by jammer2012
reply to post by Kandinsky
You say there is no evidence of Egyptians crossing the ocean and that there journeyes are recorded so a journey to America most have been recorded to...Is it not possible the records are lost...Take the Great Pyramid for example we know the Egyptians built them but there is no smokeing gun...no records from the master builder...so one would have to say they are lost along with many other records from that time. But it does not mean that it never happend.
All through the Middle Ages were circulating a number of sailing charts called "portolani", which were accurate maps of the most common sailing routes, showing coastlines, harbors, straits, bays, etc. Most of those portolani focused on the Mediterranean and the Aegean seas, and other known routes, just as the sailing book which Piri Reis himself had written. But a few reported of still unknown lands, and were circulating among few sailors who seemingly kept their knowledge about those special maps as hidden as they could. Columbus is supposed to have been one of those who knew these special sailing charts.