Scribbles in Stonework of Rosslyn Chapel Scotland Prove Ancient Knowledge of Longitude Henry Sinclair’s Voyage


Scotsman Henry Sinclair in 1398 with the Italian navigator Antonio Zeno sailed to where would be called Nova Scotia, across the Atlantic, almost a hundred years before Christopher Columbus sailed to Central America, yet many others had preceded them long ago, back in the days when much of the world was being settled by sea during the Ice Age (which followed Noah’s Flood). Sinclair’s Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh holds the key to their transoceanic navigating ability, by geometry (earth measure), evidence by etchings in the stone deep within the chapel, manifesting the knowledge of longitude measure (for earth measure), google search Scribbles Stonework Rosslyn Chapel Ashley Cowie.