Antarctica Was A Tropical Paradise In Ancient Times – And Was Well Knows To Advanced Ancient Civilizations

Our sophisticated forefathers’ evidence can be found all everywhere, yet it is dispersed and does not make a cohesive picture. To learn more about them, we must first look at Antarctica, the world’s southernmost continent.

There is accumulating evidence of advanced civilizations capable of traveling the entire globe in the distant past.

As history is deciphered, we learn that our “primitive forebears” had the opportunity to sail around the world, experience freedom in and of itself, and, most all, that their deeds outshone much of what we’ve accomplished utilizing modern-day methods.

These long-forgotten peoples not only had great knowledge and technology, but they also lived in a world that was very different from what history depicts now.

With the Antarctic ice sheet becoming thinner by the year, a number of unusual forms have emerged.

Sheer mountains with perfect symmetry that strongly resemble pyramids have shaken off the thick layer of snow and are now hinting at a distant Antarctic past in which long-forgotten peoples roamed all over this now-desolate region, allegedly having free access to travel the entire planet, from pole to pole.

However, as you will see in the following lines, this imagined archaic world relied on a distinct set of tools and a different awareness of its environment.

First and foremost, let us have a deeper grasp of this planet’s southernmost region. A massive ice sheet covering 14 million square kilometers accounts for 98 percent of the planet’s surface.

To give you a better idea, if you put Antarctica on a map of North America, it will span from the southernmost tip of Texas to the far northwestern islands of Canada.

The vast sheet of ice is reported to be 2.8 miles thick in some locations, and typical temperatures of -55°C are keeping most live beings out while preserving this region.

Because Antarctica is the world’s only entirely deserted continent, there seems to be nothing to see there but the howling wind that picks at your body and face, and a few penguins to warm your heart. Is it, however, truly as forlorn as they would have us believe? Is it possible that there’s more to it than meets the eye?

It’s worth noting that the Antarctic was only discovered in 1911 when Norwegians beat the British to the South Pole following a grueling race. Captain James Cook and his team had previously reached the outskirts of this enigmatic continent in 1773, when they discovered its adjacent islands but had never made it to the main landmass.

The South Pole was only recently discovered around the turn of the twentieth century, and it was given the name Ant-arctic-a in honor of the previous discovery of the North Pole and its Arctic region. Is there a lack of imagination?

Various expeditions were dispatched to scout the area for riches once the Europeans arrived in this old and frozen land.

It is no secret that the Nazis, as well as the Americans under Admiral Byrd and many other parties and organizations throughout the years and until today, were fascinated by the frozen desert.

I won’t go into depth about the rumored secret bases that still exist, but I will mention a few other intriguing elements.

Researchers have found that this desolate continent was once a lush paradise after meticulously researching the Antarctic terrain.

It contained everything from sunny beaches to warm waters, as well as a lush environment that encompassed all of the valleys and mountains. Antarctica used to be the ideal location to be if you were an organic entity that relied on warmth and other stimuli to survive.

Modern science, on the other hand, ruins the enjoyment by claiming that such a period occurred tens of millions of years ago and that only hairy mammals and other fauna survived in this tropical paradise.

For us humans, it stays the freezing wasteland it is today, dotted with penguins and other aquatic life. This is where things start to become pretty intriguing.

Historians have uncovered two old maps depicting the Antarctic region when it was ice-free. One of the maps, that of Piri Reis, a famous Turkish admiral from the sixteenth century, depicts a section of Antarctica known now as Queen Mauls Land as fully ice-free; the other, that of Oronteus Finaeucs, depicts the entire continent as ice-free.

But, given that Antarctica was only discovered a century ago, how is it even possible? What’s more, why isn’t there any ice around?

Let’s have a look at the first document to see what’s going on. Piri Reis’ map was discovered in 1929, drawn on the skin of a gazelle, and analyzed to demonstrate that it is an authentic document produced by Piri Reis’ subordinates in 1513.

The admiral was a respected navy officer who had access to some of the world’s most prestigious libraries. Because of his Turkish ancestry, the Imperial Library of Constantinople had the most resources.

The map was produced from various previous source maps, some of which date back to the fourth century BC or even older, according to his sailors logbook. Some of the charts were created by sailors who were alive at the time of the admiral, while others came from the Royal Library of Alexandria, the most important library in ancient times. Following its destruction, copies of records, as well as some original source charts, were reportedly sent to other key cultural sites, including Constantinople.

The information was kept hidden until 1204, the year of the fourth crusade. When the Venetians besieged Constantinople, they stole a large number of tomes and maps from the imperial Turkish library, which ended up in the hands of European sailors. The majority of the maps were of the Mediterranean and Black Seas, but there were also maps of the Americas, Arctic, and Antarctic Oceans. So, given that the Antarctic landmass was only discovered in the twentieth century, how is this possible?

In his book “Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings,” Dr. Charles Hapgood provides useful insight into these paradigm-defying facts:

“It appears that reliable information has been passed down from one generation to the next. The charts appear to have begun with an unknown culture and were passed down, maybe by the Minoans and Phoenicians, who were the finest sailors of the ancient world for a thousand years or more.

“We have proof that they were collected and analyzed in Alexandria’s great library, and that the geographers who worked there compiled them…

“It becomes evident that ancient explorers traversed the globe from pole to pole. As unbelievable as it may seem, evidence suggests that some ancient people explored Antarctica when the beaches were not covered in ice.

“It is also obvious that they had a navigational tool for precisely determining longitudes that was considerably superior to anything possessed by ancient, medieval, or modern peoples until the second half of the 18th century.”

While official science claims that the ice shelf that spans across Antarctica is millions of years old, the Piri Reis map refutes this claim, as the northern half of the continent was mapped before any ice was present.

This could suggest one of two things: either advanced charting capabilities existed millions of years ago, which is ruled out by our current paradigm, or the map was produced thousands, if not tens of thousands of years ago, when people were still using complex mapping techniques.

Taking the second idea into account, it also contradicts what current science has to say about the world’s first civilization, the Sumerians. They first appeared 6,000 years ago in a region of the Middle East, although they have no nautical or marine skills, according to what is known.

They do, however, speak of the Anunnaki, who they refer to as “gods” because of their extraordinary talents.

According to more recent research of the Antarctic, the last ice-free era in the region lasted roughly 6,000 years ago, implying that some ancient seafarers must have surveyed the region beforehand. With this in mind, it indicates that comprehensive maps of the world existed as early as 4,000 BC, probably even earlier.

These manuscripts were later gathered for protection in the Library of Alexandria, demonstrating that ancient Egyptian experts were researching these old relics.

Only a few tomes left the city after the destruction of this renowned cultural hub, and information is now scattered and limited. Fortunately, the puzzle parts are starting to fit together again.

Keep an eye out for the second part of the essay, which will provide much more insight into the Antarctic mystery. Hint: Admiral E. Byrd has a voice in what happens next, and WWII wreckage will reveal how scientists are hiding palpable proof.

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