Fetapro wrote:1800 BC should be one of two cultures. Egypt or Phoenicians. If the material of the anchors could be studied it may provide a link to the ships that carried the anchors.
One other thought. I have been reading about native americans. The Cherokee have oral information that has been passed down through time. They say that their ancestors came north from central america. I think that it is possible that when the Maya or the Aztecs were fighting to conquer the area of central america that the Cherokee ancestors were one of the defeated foe. Rather than live as servant, they moved northward.
Also, if the Egyptians were trading with the Americas in the Twenty First Dynasty of about 1000 BC and earlier then they would have brought slaves to work in the Americas. These slaves would have harvested the Coca leaves and tobacco leaves that produced the cocaine and nicotine that have been found in Egyptian Mummies of the period 1000 BC. If the Egyptians had colonies in the Americas then the Egyptians would have mined as much gold as they could carry away. When the Egyptians civilization declined and could no longer travel to the Americas then the slaves and others in the American colonies were "on their own" This could account for some of the gold that came to Egypt and ended up in tombs. (It might be interesting to test the gold from the tombs and see if any of it matches the chemical composition of American gold) This could also account for the building of pyramids in central, south and north america.
Bob137 wrote:I remember reading of such as the pyramid under the Atlantic Ocean, a long time ago, (I am old too). I also remember reading about other finds off the east coast, and in the Carribean, but most all never ever reveal anything afterward, other than the same old Bimini Road thing, and another site of similar stone work, but nothing in regards to the other finds! I smell a cover up of a sort, either by the Smithsonian, the government, or both!
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