The isthmus of Tehuantepec, a low-lying and relatively narrow stretch of mesoamerica south of Mexico City, was the homeland of the very ancient Olmecs, because that land allowed easier trade connections between the caribbean and pacific coast cities, such as between Izapa (pacific) and La Venta, on the caribbean coast, where the La Venta Monument 13 shows “Uncle Sam,” a bearded, moustached nobleman with waist sash and turban, the monument very ancient, from circa 1200 b.c., yet predictably, the darwinists don’t talk about it, not fitting their scheme that nobody was sailing across the ocean at that time, when but the ancient mexican homeland was Atlan, across the eastern ocean, could it be any more clear?
And while you’re asking your favorite darwinian archaeologist about the ancient seafarer depicted on Monument 13 at olmec La Venta who looks like a phoenician, ask him/her conjunctively if the finding in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com does not make the whole bronze age transoceanic-navigation concept much more palatable, and if not, why? The finding in the link makes sense of an awful lot of mysteries of the ancient world, so if it’s not valid, somebody’s going to have to explain why that would be. And here’s another stumper for the darwinists, see http://NoahsArkSearch.net/eng, that Ark’s dimensions surveyed by Noah with the same methodology used for the cubit length of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Checkout http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.