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The Maps of Antarctica. Excerpts from “Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings” Charles Hapgood performed a detailed analysis of this map. He worked with students. Charles Hapgood s classic book on ancient maps is back in print after 20 years. Hapgood produces concrete evidence of an advanced worldwide. MAPS OF THE ANCIENT SEA KINGS. by Charles Hapgood. Rare and ancient maps reveal a new history of mankind in Charles Hapgood’s classic – back in print.

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This klngs was begun by a college professor and his students. Hapgood and Erle Stanley Gardner thought the collection of clay artifacts known as the Acambaro figurines were created thousands of years ago. He shows the grotesque maps of the most educated medieval scholars and then he shows the shockingly accurate portolan charts.

Note that the numbers on the outside of the largest circle correspond with projection points on the map of Piri Re’is. There are several other ancjent of Antarctica that could be presented here.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The problems posed by these maps of Antarctica are not trivial. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. If one is very interested in searching earth as far back as possible having this book near you to refer to as needed is a tremendous help. According to Hapgood, the mapmakers responsible for the earliest maps must in some ways have been more technically advanced than sixteenth-century Europe and the ancient civilisations of Greece, Egypt and Babylonia.

Return to Book Page. Much like Hancock’s “Heaven’s Mirror” this thing is filled with information that you have to wade through in order to discover the ot nuggets o’ knowledge. Learn more about Kindle MatchBook.

Books by Charles H. The Americas were mapped thousands of years before Columbus and Antarctica was mapped when its coasts were free of ice.

After a detailed analysis, several interesting observations were made.

Personally, I found this to be the most interesting work because of its facts and pure research. Archived from the original on The establishment of the first church in Britain in AD First of all it demonstrates that sometime in the history of the earth, before at least the ‘s a sea faring people existed that could circumnavigate the globe and accurately survey its features. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Excellent material, good reproductions of ancient maps. Look at the results. He concludes that “Antarctica was mapped when these parts were free of ice”, taking that view that an Antarctic warm period coincided with the last ice age in the Northern hemisphere, and that the Piri Reis and other maps were based on “ancient” maps derived from ice-age originals.


He and his students went on to investigate a variety of other ancient maps, which led them to the conclusion that these maps were evidence of cartographical activities undertaken by an advanced civilization whose existence preceded the beginnings of our Charles Hapgood was a professor of the history of science who was looking for a topic to present to his students and chose the Piri Reis map, which is a map dating from which, among other features, shows parts of the coastline of Antarctica.

University of Georgia Press. Keep in mind that this projection method is different than those that you are used to seeing today.

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Nov 04, Bartholomew rated it it was amazing. See all customer images. He points chxrles that if these maps are ten of thousands of years old, then perhaps they were made when the sea levels were lower. To compliment the author: He even speculates that the next pole shift may take the future North Pole to a new location near Lake Baikal in Siberia.

This first image is simply the map as it was drawn by Oronteus Finaeus. Look for the Kindle MatchBook icon on print and Kindle book detail pages of qualifying books. Finally in modern hapgoodd we have perfected the art of map making and navigation. Set up a giveaway. A survey of the Island of Atlantis. Charles Hutchins Hapgood May 17, — December 21, [1] was an American college professor and author who became one of the best known advocates of the claim of a rapid and recent pole shift with catastrophic results.


In Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings and The Path of the PoleHapgood proposed the hypothesis that the Earth’s axis has shifted numerous times during geological history. Aug 21, A. Two people can investigate the same area independently, and come back with identical, accurate maps.

Jesus’ attempt to restore the tradition of monarchy and good government, though the Grail Code. And in due course came across this book. He claimed the western portion of the map was obtained from Christopher Columbus. In some cases, they are dark, or somewhat blurry so you cannot see detail. Jul 24, Chris rated it liked it. Remnants of these civilizations lay mings and under water all over the face of the planet yet we still are being taught that all of these vast ruins “just happened”.

It’s very likely they went to the places that were depicted with consistent accuracy. Jan 28, Don rated it liked it. Most of the book is full of technobabble on the detailed science behind map making, which makes a majority of the book about as dry a read as the Sahara Desert. This page was last edited on 18 Decemberat This is symptomatic of someone trying to add their own patch to a quilt that was made with skills far beyond their own. Open Preview See a Problem? Interesting, and a must read for those who like a real mystery over the made up kind.

These portolan charts, Hapgood sets out to prove, are the rediscovery of ancient maps that required a great deal of geographical and mathematical knowledge. Needless to say, as their findings could not hapgold refuted by mainstream academia, their findings were simply ignored, given that they clashed with the established beliefs of the academics.