The Science Future Old School Man Chronometry Precession Timekeeping Measure Ancient Clocks Telling Time Invention Harrison’s Chronometer Longitude Meridians Requirements Spindle Necessity Metrics Measuring East West Distances Medieval Maps Ancient Sea Kings Charles Hapgood Genesis Veracity Foundation Bronze Ice Age Civilizations World Cartography Earth Axis Wobble Rate Determinant Hexagon Geometry Great Pyramid Giza Egypt

Mindboggling to the myopic darwinists is that medieval maps such as those of Oronteus Finaeus (1531) and Piri Riris (1513) show shorelines of Antarctica with remarkable precision, because the common thought today is that Antarctica wasn’t discovered until 1818 by the Russians, over half a century after the invention of Harrison’s Chronometer which enabled the accurate timekeeping at sea necessary for navigators to measure east-west distances, the meridians of longitude.

These Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Hapgood) are termed ancient because on the maps written is that the knowledge of the continental landmasses thought unknown at that time came from ancient source maps, probably having been taken from the Library at Alexandria to Constantinople when Islam took over north Africa, accessed then utilized to draw the medieval maps which confound ancient historians today who can’t wrap their heads around the fact that accurate ancient timekeeping was practiced at sea for global navigation.

Yet the clue to the fact of accurate ancient timekeeping practiced in bronze age times (which was the ice age) is seen with the alignment of Great Pyramid of Giza, aligned to true (not magnetic) north with precision within 0.5%, not possible without the ability to measure longitude accurately, and that by accurate timekeeping, by the method explained here http://iceagecivilizations.com/articles/article02.htm, the science of the future, old school man.  So tell your professors, you certainly can educate them, making sense of the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, seeing too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com to put it all in proper historical context.

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