They knew Earth’s history in 1375 AD

I disagree with the Great Explorer John Hanning Speke…My claim is that Lake Victoria is NOT the source of the Nile. I will “Graphically” show you the source. “Speke undertook a third expedition, without Burton, aimed at proving his claim that Lake Victoria was the source of the Nile.

Accompanied by 176 men, Speke set out from Zanzibar in September 1860. On July 28, 1862 he reached the point at which the Nile issues from Lake Victoria, which he named Ripon Falls. Speke returned to England via Cairo, and in December 1863 published Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile.

What Led to the Discovery of the Source of the Nile, published the following year, was intended in part to bolster Speke’s importance as an explorer and his claims to have found the source of the Nile, which were disputed by many, including Burton, with whom Speke had had a bitter falling out.”

Google Earth works much better.



3 Responses to “They knew Earth’s history in 1375 AD”

  1. John says:

    Great post. If Roger is correct and I have no doubt he is it smashes the myth we’re living on a small globe in space. If massive creatures existed on a small Earth there would only be space space for a handful of them. I suspect the Earth may be a lot bigger than we’re told and/or there is a lot of hidden land kept secret from us.

  2. Tapestry says:

    Only thing John, is the map shows all the creatures as they lie. The history books like Hesiod, Apollodorus and Ovid all name them, and explain how Earth gave birth to the dragons to take revenge on the Gods including Zeus/Jupiter who sent Venus to kill all the giant human and other life forms which were Earth’s children born via The Red Sea. Earth was originally born from Jupiter’s Red Spot, as was Venus later sent from the Red Spot to boil the oceans which fossilised everything as the silicates came up from the ocean floors. It’s all as we were once taught in school and we thought it was myth, but now google maps shows it all to be true, confirming the 1375 map and many others.

    • John says:

      Thanks Tap. Incidentally I’m told the word Myth used to mean true story. It was changed to mean fictional legend. I would suggest to hide the past.