Crossing the Atlantic in early times
Dr. Christine Pellech
In the Spanish cave the "Cueva del Castillo", we can find to our surprise, an old sea-map of the Atlantic-Ocean. We can recognize different ships and the corresponding ocean-currents, beginning in the high north up to the south. Unexpectedly they knew the most dangerous points of the Atlantic - the coast of Brazil and the icebergs in the north-west. This realization will be underpin through the Map of PIRI Re'is (1513), the Turkish admiral. He drew an exact map about the west- coast of Africa, South-America, the Caribbean, the Antarctic and the Atlantic with the right longitudes and latitudes! These facts will be verified by new DNA-analysis. The haplogroup XmtDNA wandering took place from West-Asia/Europe to North-America 15.000 - 10.000 BC. That's the same time when the paintings of the "Cueva del Castillo" come into being. The "Odyssey" by Homer, which I have interpreted as an ancient circumnavigation of the globe, verifies us the different positions of the Atlantic crossing. This voyage, 1.200 BC., realized by the Phoenicians, shows us, that the Atlantic has been crossed to remembering ever again!