The existence of America has always been known to a minority of Europeans, who have visited it at all times since the earliest times. Our ancestors were great travelers and many paths and artifacts tell us that America has a much more pluralistic and varied history that settlers have tried to make us swallow to establish their domination over indigenous …
Christopher Colombus? a discoverer of many. Come, I will take you to the reconquest of the history of the Americas … The findings are often only rediscoveries. Columbus was perfectly aware of the fact he had not discovered America: the Templars had given him a map of this continent including the ocean road of Alizees. Decimated by Philip the Fairbetter called the Unfair, the Templars had found refuge in Portugal. True sponsors of the expedition, the Portuguese Templars invented the advertising sponsorship: the sails of the caravels were struck with their logo, the famous red flared cross on a white background.
Gee, the soldiers-monks knew the road to the West IndiesAmerica for they often went there during their glorious years, when their troops were roaming the roads of Europe and the East, when their ships were sailing to South America, three centuries before Columbus. Before embarking on the Atlantic continent, and we then called the great land on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean , Christobal Colon said Columbus left Lisbon for a first trip that had led to La Rochelle
In this former Templar port, one who commanded the maritime trade winds route to America, Columbus had met one of the secret masters of the dissolved order. He had given him the most precious treasure , an ancient chart , one of those famous portulans collected as the Turkish admiral Piri Reis.
Notable Templar had also given him the address of a guide, himself great-grand-son of the last browser to cross the ocean, during the Hundred Years War against the English.
With these two trump cards, Columbus had no trouble convincing the Templars in Portugal to become the owners of shipping. Without their gold, Columbus would have been unable of arming three ships for the long term expedition. That is why the Templar cross adorned the sails of the three ships, the Santa Maria, the Pinta and the Nina. At the time of Columbus, the Templars were still masters of the ocean road to fabulous wealth of the Americas.
Besides, even before the Templars, there had been the Vikings Erik and Ullman, through the road of Greenland. The Nordic legends evoke the saga of these conquerors. There is also this coin of ancient Nordic currency found in Maine. The Vikings, for sure, “discovered” America.
And even before them, there had been Saint Brendan and Saint Malo, geniune celts. Some authors wanted to see in Saint Brendan the white Andean god Viracocha, for he spoke as Jesus. I rather think that this episode is much older. Viracocha is another name for Enki, the Sumerian god. He had the city of Tipon built as a paradise resort, where he lived under the name of Tiki.
And before the Celtic monks, in the Antiquity, the Phoenicians of Tyre were going there through the road of Iceland and Greenland. When Plato mentioned the island of Atlantis, didn’t he speak of « the continent which is on the other side of the ocean »? (source)Plato, Timeus What continent could it be? We wonder a lot. The mystery is really unbearable.
Ancient Road To America
According to new study, researchers have become convinced that the ancient Chinese discovered the Americas 2000 years before Columbus. Trade exchanges between Southeast Asia and America took place long before Columbus reached the “New World”. This study is based mainly on an old card copy, drawn by Admiral Zheng in the 18th century. The original map was dated, meanwhile, 1415, and other documents attest that it was itself a copy of cards dating back much further in the past.
It seems that the road to Americas has never been lost since the high antiquity. Otherwise, how to explain the Olmec sculptures representing Africans, Europeans and Asians on the Neolithic American soil? How to explain the traces of tobacco and cocaine, two American plants, found on the nostrils of Egyptian mummies? (source)When the nature spoke to the Egyptians of Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt Except for the last centuries, the existence of this continent has always been a false secret.
It seems that the world had always been known, but very often forgotten. Inuits, Phoenicians, Vikings, Celts, Yoruba and other seafaring peoples have continuously plied from one bank to another. Before the flood, says Plato, the island of Atlantis provided an easy passage between the two continents. And the disappearance of the island did not have the Atlanteans forget the way to Europe, quite the contrary. In any case, around -8000, while the Wurm’s great thaw was quickening, the transatlantic road was not a secret for them.
The white gods came straight on the European coasts while further south, the black gods have safely touched the Yoruba country. Let us not forget that they had tele-information means to detect reefs, follow a cape, know the strength of winds and the power of currents; their expertise in astronomy allowed them to plot a position as if they didn’t care. This expertise is particularly evidenced by the Book of Enoch, which calls them the Watchmen because they were spending their time watching the stars. This allowed them to predict the coming of the comet that would cause the Flood. They also had many other useful powers, like clairvoyance, remote viewing, telepathy, the gift of healing, etc … These powers, which were ours, have atrophied by dint of being unemployed. To find them back, the shortest path is probably the awakening, this gift of Isis that made us gods.
Refugees from Atlantis, after a successful installation on the American continent, were therefore back on European soil, their distant homeland. Off the coast of Brittany, and then on the plateau now engulfed by the North Sea, called Dogger Banks, they established the successive capitals of what became the Second Atlantis, constantly reduced by the rising waters. The Britons have kept the memory of two of them, now engulfed, one off Brest, the incomparable Ys, and the other to the west of the Minquiers reefs off Erquy, the beautiful Nazado. The Irish remember the White City, drowned off the Connemara.