We’re told that Brazil was named after the brazil nut tree, but the ancient indigenous tribes there call the tree the pernambuco, that name now reserved by violin bow makers for the innermost and most valuable part of the tree, the rest of the tree called brazil wood, the innermost part of it pernambuco, so from where came the name brazil since it’s not the indigenous name?
The euros of old called the tree brazil actually because the Breasil clan near Galway, the Brasil’s, one of them the legendary St. Brendan the Navigator, who sailed to “Brazil” and other parts of the western hemisphere circa 800 a.d., for twenty years, hence the name of the region Brazil, named perhaps by sailors from Galway even many centuries before, when the Carians from Anatolia of the eastern Mediterranean established far to the west Carioca, the city of the Cari’s or Carians, now known as Rio de Janeiro, confirmed by the name of the Caribbean.
It was a much smaller world way back then than we are being told, because this straightforward method by stars (see article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com) is not yet accepted in mainstream scientific circles. They can’t stand the heat.
And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.