posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 11:26 PM
Originally posted by Klassified
On the contrary, the Egyptians were definitely seafaring. We have found seafaring and naval vessels from the reign of Sahure and Hatshepsut, just to
name a few. I think the big question is, How far did they wander? South America? North America?
Sorry to be so late to this thread.
There is some evidence to show the Egyptians may have reached the coast of Queensland, Australia. Now I know the academics will have a field day with
that statement but they don't know what evidences have been found.
Brett Green of Gympie Pyramid research 'infamy', found a very large and intricately designed Silver wine ewer in deep silt and had it checked out by
the Museum of Queensland where it was confirmed as being from the period known as Egypto-Grecian. This piece stands about 3 feet tall and is as
magnificent today as when it was created .... and yes I have seen it myself at a meeting where he brought many of his finds out of secure hiding to
The theory at present is that the area it was found in at the time of the latter Pharoahs was open to the sea and afforded a safe harbour for ships.
At that place there is also evidence of wooden piers which helps support the teory. It is also thought they arrived in that area for Gold, which was
and still is very prevelant and before white man's invasion could be found laying around the ground under protective cover of the Gympie-Gympie tree
with it's nasty long term effects for anyone who so much as touches a leaf from the trees.
Link to Brett's website... Dhamurian Society
Lastly, the reason why I used the word "infamy" is because Brett's research has experienced major obstacles put in place by the first church of the
area, and, when it was thought all his evidences for earlier visitations by ancient cultures were at his house.. he had visitors while he was not home
who arrived in large black sedans with men in black suits who set fire to his house.
His neighbours called Police.. who refused to attend... and then the Fire Services who arrived so late that the house was nothing more than a
smouldering pile of charred wood. Fortunately Brett had the foresight to insure all his amazing finds were spread among a few close confidants for
All the above information is a true recalling of the facts as I know them.