That Oceangoing Vessels During Three Thousand Years Never Ventured Across the Atlantic & Pacific is Absurd


The Sidonians of Canaan and the Pelasgians of the Aegean are known to have been very savvy ocean navigators, this fact acknowledged by all, so that they supposedly did not venture into the Atlantic and across it is absurd, likewise the dismissal of St. Brendan the Navigator’s voyage across the Atlantic circa 600 a. d. as myth. Thus we are expected to believe that for three thousand years, adventurous voyagers with the equipment and knowhow didn’t cross the oceans of the world, that’s three thousand years of much pent-up curiosity wouldn’t you say, particularly knowing that the world is round proven by the rising and setting of the sun? (See how they mapped at Page titled Great Pyramid for Navigation.)