posted on Apr, 15 2003 @ 11:16 AM
academic historians tend to be a bit blind sided here. They tend to stick on the point that ancient peoples were not capable of advanced sea travel.
Yet there is a catalogue of strikingly similiar things on both continents (pyramids, stylistic and religious motifs) and of course the presence of
coc aine in Egyptian mummies, and also tobacco. Whenever I have watched, listened to or read about the presence of these two the historians in
question have with out exception said "this can not be explained...". Well BS I say, there is a one explanation that makes sense, they traded.
"Beyond the pillars of heracles" is how plato put it, I think there is a seriously good chance that ancient reference to Atlantis is a reference to