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Sailing to the Americas in 10,000 BC ?

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  • Ancient Star
    Sailing to the Americas in 10,000 BC ? The above map is an ancient view of what Herodotus, et al., c 450 BCE considered the local world shape. Note Libya
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 2, 2009

                    Sailing to the Americas in 10,000 BC ?

      The above map is an ancient view of what Herodotus, et al., c 450 BCE "considered" the local world shape.   Note Libya is all of Africa and on the very far left is the Atlas mountain range
       
      Herodotus himself stated the "Atlantes" (Atlanteans) lived along the foot of the Atlas mountain range which stretched clear to the sand belt (Sahara), and from this Mountain range they had received their name "Atlantes/Atlanteans".   He also stated they were vegetarians (all this info in 450 BCE).

      cycling-canary-islands-barbados.gif

      We know these "Atlantes"  islands today to be  the Canary islands, named by Caesar, after its citizen's large Canines.  These seven remnant mountain tops/islands of the "Atlantes",  blown asunder by sporadic volcanic action, still sit at the foot of Mt. Atlas in the ocean which has risen several hundred feet since those ancient times. 
       
      These now islands can be considered to be "out past the Pillars of Hercules" as described in Plato's "Dialogues" -  if one is traveling slightly southward from the Pillars, and not due west.   
       
      From the island of Tenerife, a sailor may catch the "Canary Current" which is a southwestward flow which then takes his ship into the "North Equatorial current" which is a broad westward flow.  This then sweeps his ship directly into the "Gulf Stream" system (via the "Antilles current") which then delivers all the ships and their sailors right to American shores - once  a mountain range and land, but now islands called Barbados.
       
      According to Plato's Dialogues the ancient sailors went from island to island (which do not exist any longer because of the risen sea levels) to get to the real continent on the other side of the ocean.  This  pans out, because of these well known and currently used currents which take us as well as the ancient sailors directly to the Americas, where remnants of apparently  "Atlantean" marinas and structural features have been discovered. 
       
       
                                             from Atlantis Mysteries
       
    • Ancient Star
      The Clovis and other hunters used the exact hunting elements as the rest of the hunting folk in unpopulated, out-back, rural areas where there were no
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 19, 2009
        The "Clovis" and other hunters used the exact hunting elements as
        the rest of the hunting folk in unpopulated, out-back, rural areas
        where there were no cities, blacksmiths or professional trades
        people.   Our American pioneers were a bit luckier to have been
        able to bring fire-arms from the cities with them.   But after the
        ice-age glacial sheets began melting, every sodden, muddy place 
        was up for grabs for poor folk and those ready to explore for the
        "new". 
         
        Animals started moving towards new foliage as it took root and began
        to grow.   No one, and no thing lived under ice sheets, or in iced-
        over caves that were frozen into the mountains either.  Herd
        animals need constant fodder, humans need constant sustenance. 
        Poor folk and meat eaters followed the scouting animals into newly
        growing territories for eats.   It took awhile for the natural verdure
        and plant growth to move in and start again.  It took trees many,
        many years.   As for "Cave art" - that came after the land opened up
        and there were animals roaming the areas and eating. 
         
        All these places were all on the coasts, along rivers, and water ways.
        The people not only followed new animal trails along these water ways,
        they sailed and paddled along them.  But they were just explorers and
        hunters from other more populated areas and clans. 
         
        No real "prehistoric" peoples, actually - just creative and crafty ones. 
         
        Kat  
         
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        Sent: Friday, September 18, 2009 3:00 PM
        Subject: RE: [Atlantis_Mysteries] Sailing to the Americas in 10,000 BC ?

         
             They say the Clovis people, who were here on the Americas before the Indians were from Europe!!!
         

        To: Ancient_History_Expanded@yahoogroups.com
        CC: Atlantis_Mysteries@yahoogroups.com
        From: ancientstar@...
        Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 11:28:23 -0700
        Subject: [Atlantis_Mysteries] Sailing to the Americas in 10,000 BC ?

         

                      Sailing to the Americas in 10,000 BC ?

        The above map is an ancient view of what Herodotus, et al., c 450 BCE "considered" the local world shape.   Note Libya is all of Africa and on the very far left is the Atlas mountain range. 
         
        Herodotus himself stated the "Atlantes" (Atlanteans) lived along the foot of the Atlas mountain range which stretched clear to the sand belt (Sahara), and from this Mountain range they had received their name "Atlantes/Atlantean s".   He also stated they were vegetarians (all this info in 450 BCE).

        cycling-canary-islands-barbados.gif

        We know these "Atlantes"  islands today to be  the Canary islands, named by Caesar, after its citizen's large Canines.  These seven remnant mountain tops/islands of the "Atlantes",  blown asunder by sporadic volcanic action, still sit at the foot of Mt. Atlas in the ocean which has risen several hundred feet since those ancient times. 
         
        These now islands can be considered to be "out past the Pillars of Hercules" as described in Plato's "Dialogues" -  if one is traveling slightly southward from the Pillars, and not due west.   
         
        From the island of Tenerife, a sailor may catch the "Canary Current" which is a southwestward flow which then takes his ship into the "North Equatorial current" which is a broad westward flow.  This then sweeps his ship directly into the "Gulf Stream" system (via the "Antilles current") which then delivers all the ships and their sailors right to American shores - once  a mountain range and land, but now islands called Barbados.
         
        According to Plato's Dialogues the ancient sailors went from island to island (which do not exist any longer because of the risen sea levels) to get to the real continent on the other side of the ocean.  This  pans out, because of these well known and currently used currents which take us as well as the ancient sailors directly to the Americas, where remnants of apparently  "Atlantean" marinas and structural features have been discovered. 
         
         
                                               from Atlantis Mysteries
         

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