The data left by our advanced ancestors is scattered and does not form a coherent picture. Firstly, we must look at Antarctica, the world’s southernmost continent.
There is evidence of sophisticated civilizations capable of circumnavigating the globe in the past.
As history unfolds, we discover that our “primitive forefathers” had the opportunity to sail around the world, enjoy true freedom, and outperform many of our modern-day accomplishments.
In addition to amazing knowledge and technology, these long-forgotten peoples lived in a world totally different from ours.
As the Antarctic ice sheet thins, new forms arise.
In the ancient past, long-forgotten peoples inhabited this now-desolate region, purportedly having unfettered access to tour the whole world, from pole to pole.
According to the following lines, this envisioned ancient world required different instruments and a different knowledge of its surroundings.
Let us first understand our planet’s southernmost location. 98 percent of the globe is covered in a 14 million square kilometer ice sheet.
On a map of North America, Antarctica stretches from the southernmost tip of Texas to the far northern islands of Canada.
With temperatures of -55°C, the enormous sheet of ice keeps most living organisms out while conserving this place.
Antarctica is the world’s lone uninhabited continent, so there’s nothing to see but the howling wind and a few penguins to warm your heart. But is it as hopeless as they portray it? Is there more to it than meets the eye?
In 1911, Norwegians beat the British to the South Pole in a hard race. Captain James Cook and his crew had found the nearby islands in 1773 but had never made it to the main mainland.
The South Pole was found around the turn of the century, and was named Ant-arctic-a after the North Pole and its Arctic area. Is it a lack of creativity?
The Europeans sent out several missions to survey the region for gold.
The frozen desert captivated the Nazis, the Americans under Admiral Byrd, and many other groups and organizations throughout history and now.
In addition to the reported hidden bases, I will address a few more noteworthy features.
After thoroughly examining the Antarctic topography, scientists discovered a luscious paradise.
It has sunny beaches, pleasant seas, and a beautiful setting with valleys and mountains. For organisms that needed warmth and other stimuli to live, Antarctica used to be the best place to be.
However, modern science destroys the fun by asserting that this epoch occurred tens of millions of years ago and that only hairy animals and other wildlife survived.
For us humans, it remains a chilly wasteland speckled with penguins and other sea life. This is when things start to get interesting.
Two antique maps of the Antarctic area without ice have been discovered. Piri Reis’ (16th century) map portrays a part of Antarctica known as Queen Mauls Land as completely ice-free, whereas Oronteus Finaeucs’ (16th century) map displays the whole continent as ice-free.
But how is that conceivable since Antarctica was just found a century ago? Why isn’t there any ice?
Let’s have a look at the first document. An actual document prepared by Piri Reis’ subordinates in 1513, the map was unearthed in 1929, written on the skin of a gazelle and studied.
The admiral was a recognized naval commander with access to world-renowned libraries. It had the highest resources due to his Turkish origin.
According to his sailors logbook, the chart was created using antique source maps dating back to the fourth century BC. While some maps were made by the admiral’s own sailors, others came from the Royal Library of Alexandria, ancient Egypt’s most significant library. Record copies and original source charts were supposedly moved to other cultural places, including Constantinople, after its destruction.
The secret was held until the fourth crusade in 1204. During the Venetian siege of Constantinople, many books and maps from the imperial Turkish library were stolen and sold to European sailors. They mostly depicted the Mediterranean and Black Seas, but also the Americas, Arctic, and Antarctic. And yet, the Antarctic continent was just found in the twentieth century.
Dr. Charles Hapgood’s book “Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings” sheds light on these paradigm-shifting facts:
I think generations have been passing along trustworthy knowledge. The charts appear to have originated with an unknown civilization and were passed down, maybe by the best sailors of the ancient world, the Minoans and Phoenicians.
“We have proof that they were prepared by the geographers who worked at Alexandria’s vast library…
“It seems certain that ancient explorers went from pole to pole. Unbelievably, evidence reveals that ancient peoples explored Antarctica before the ice covered the beaches.
In addition, they had a navigational instrument for establishing longitudes that was superior to anything ancient, medieval, or modern peoples had until the mid-18th century.
Official science asserts that the Antarctic ice shelf is millions of years old, yet the Piri Reis map shows that the northern part of the continent was plotted before any ice existed.
Or, the map was made hundreds, if not tens of thousands of years ago, when humans were still employing intricate mapping techniques.
Taking the second hypothesis into consideration, it also contradicts what modern science says about the Sumerians. They initially appeared 6,000 years ago in a Middle Eastern location, but have no known nautical or maritime skills.
They do, however, refer to the Anunnaki as “gods” because to their remarkable abilities.
Recent Antarctic study indicates that the last ice-free phase was around 6,000 years ago, meaning that ancient seamen scouted the region prior. This implies that global maps existed as early as 4,000 BC, if not earlier.
In the Library of Alexandria, these texts show that ancient Egyptian professionals were researching these antique treasures.
After the loss of this renowned cultural centre, information is fragmented and restricted. Thankfully, the jigsaw pieces are starting to reassemble.
Watch for the second piece, which will reveal much more about the Antarctic enigma. Hint: WWII wreckage will disclose how scientists are hiding physical proof.