This blog looks at the evidence of 'Post Glacial Flooding' after the last Ice Age and the subsequent 'Megalithic Civilisation' that developed thereafter. This in-depth analysis of Stonehenge, Avebury, Durrington Walls (Woodhenge) and Old Sarum, led Langdon to the discovery the location of the 'lost world' of Atlantis as described by Plato that existed ten thousand years ago and is now under the North Sea.
Monday, 9 May 2011
Advanced Civilisation - or just lost knowledge of the Ancients?
Is this a long lost vision of the past - or just us having a better understanding of history?
This is the ABORA III during its maiden 550 mile journey from Azores. These simple crafts are able to navigate the known ancient world from the Northern Hemisphere to the Mediterranean and beyond!
Remember RA II in 1970's?
It travelled 3270 miles in 57 days - that's 60 miles per day!! Not only that it crossed the Atlantic Ocean a fact most academics at the time refused to believe possible.
Therefore, were the history books then re-written after the historic journey some 40 years ago showing the clear possibility that the Egyptians could have reach and influenced the Mayan civilisation ….. Not a chance!!
Consequently, archaeologists almost completely dismiss the concept of migration by boat for our ancestors – instead they insist that they 'walked' through thick forests without roads or paths rather than sail the 2000 miles from the Mediterranean to Britain at the time of Stonehenge.
The most absurd fact is that archaeologist’s accept that Prehistoric man could built reed roofs for their houses (mud huts) but were not have the inventive to turn these roofs upside down to build a boat - for if you build a waterproof roof, you can also build a waterproof boat!
Topological evidence shows that our earliest 'towns' which eventually became ports were obviously by the water’s edge.But my book also clearly shows that ancient 'Long Barrows' were used to mark their course when navigating inland waterways - this is simple common sense if you don’t wish to get lost.
Moreover, this is a cheap simple method of transport(at a time of raised water levels in Northern Europe) but yet some call this technology either'myth' or 'alien'.In all my years of watching prehistoric documentaries and archaeological TV series - it has never ever been suggested that a boats may have been, used let alone travelled great distances to trade.
Unfortunately, all this shows is how blind and institutionalised our historians and archaeologists are to any change that could possibly contradict their old dusty theories – or is it job protection? RJL
(by Robert John Langdon)