In 1929, a group of historians found an map drawn on a Gazelle hide.
The Piri Reis map shows the western coast of Africa, the eastern coast of South America, and the northern coast of Antarctica. The northern coastline of Antarctica is perfectly detailed.
The most puzzling aspect however, is not so much how Piri Reis managed to draw such an accurate map of the Antarctic region 300 years before it was even discovered, but that the map shows the coastline under the ice.
Geological evidence confirms that the latest date Queen Maud Land could have been charted in an ice-free state is 4000 BC.
The ‘official’ science has traditionally stated that the ice-cap which covers the Antarctic is a million years old.
The Piri Reis map shows that the northern part of that continent has been mapped before the ice did cover it. That should make one think it has been mapped a million years ago, but that’s impossible, since mankind did not exist at that time, did it?
Further and more accurate studies have since stated that the last period of ice-free condition in the Antarctic ended about 6000 years ago.
There are still doubts about the beginning of this ice-free period, which has been put forward by different researchers as being between year 13000 and 9000 BC.
The question is: Who mapped the Queen Maud Land of the Antarctic, some 6000 years ago?
Which civilization had the technology or the need to do that?
The Mesopotamian civilization of Sumer is ‘officially’ believed to have begun around 4000-3500 BC.
And even this is disputed..
So, accordingly, none of the ‘known’ civilizations of the time could have performed such a task.
So who really was there around 4000 years BC, with the ability to do things that even now are only possible with the help of modern technology?