Transoceanic Origins of Mesoamerican Olmecs Shang Chinese Navigators Smithsonian Betty Meggers Dartmouth Geography Vincent Malmstrom Author David Hatcher Childress Mystery of the Olmecs Maritime Star Mapping Izapa La Venta San Lorenzo Olmec Monuments Multi Racial Ancestors of Olmecs

I recently learned from David Hatcher Childress’s new book, The Mystery of the Olmecs, that Dartmouth’s Vincent Malmstrom and the Smithsonian’s Betty Meggers have written and lectured extensively about the transoceanic origins of the ancient Olmecs, the first civilization of Mesoamerica, which by the evidence was the western portion of the Atlantean Empire, rimming the Atlantic, named after Atlas, the map man, a son of Sidon, who helped measure and map the earth, by the quite simple star charting method described in article #2 under Ice Age Civilizations.

And the ancient Olmec calendar is denominated in the numbers which fallout of that precession star charting methodology (which is also embodied in the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza), but I don’t yet know if Meggers and Malmstrom are aware of this Bronze Age transoceanic relationship, as they have written that there is much evidence of Shang Chinese influence in earliest Olmec land, but they haven’t made the connection too with ancient Africa, which Childress sees in the relationship of the African megalithic head statues and Manding African written script affinity to the ancient Olmec script which has been discovered on monuments in the Chiapas region.

Additionally, Childress notes that many ancient monuments of the Olmecs show human characters with caucasian features, beards and turbans too, and as noted by Meggers and Malmstrom, there are many inscriptions with obviously Chinese characters as well, pictures of obviously oriental ancients, as well as, the likeness of the ancient Shang script to the Olmec script, which in turn, bear similarity to the ancient African Manding script, from the Atlas mountain region of Africa, further corroborating that the ancients were indeed navigating the globe during the Bronze Age, which collapsed with the drastic climate change and sea level rise circa 1500 B.C. when the Ice Age ended.

Here’s how they very accurately measured and mapped the globe, evidenced by the “Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings,” see article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com.

And the fuller picture here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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