Piri Reis, a Turkish admiral from the 16th century, designed a gazelle skin map in 1513. It was discovered in 1929 and proven genuine. The admiral referenced source maps directly on the skin, possibly dating as far back as before the 4th century BC. The map completely debunks numerous official scientific and technological timelines that modern theories are based on yet today. The precision of the map’s coordinates alone debunk numerous mainstream claims involving technology and civilization.
The map sources referenced on the skin, as well as other maps discovered in the area from that time and well before, debunk claims such as the official story of Columbus and America to say the least. Today we are taught that at the time the maps were made, civilizations thought the earth was flat. The skin of the Reis map placed over a globe matches undoubtedly debunking that as well. Other maps have been found from the 16th century from people including Hadji Ahmed and Oronteus Fineus , all detailing with an extremely high level of technology and precision accuracy. Researchers claim the only way to have maps that accurate had to include aerial surveying. Advanced map sources even date back to Chinese rock column carvings from the 1137, debunking even more mainstream information today.
The Reis map shows the western coast of Africa, the eastern coast of South America; and more particularly, the northern coast of Antarctica being ice free. The Oronteus Fineus map confirms the notion and goes even further by showing Antarctica in it’s entirety without ice. The official timeline of Earth varies, but all mainstream scientific claims include the ice sheet that covers the Antarctic being millions of years old. A combination of maps shows that the continent of Antarctica was mapped before the ice covered it.
In 1953, the U.S. Navy Hydro Graphic Bureau claimed the Reis map was able to correct errors in maps present at that time. They also stated that the precision on determining the longitudinal coordinates showed that the map used spheroid trigonometry, a process we are told was not known until the middle of 18th century. the The U.S. Bureau also confirmed the only way to draw map of such accuracy was the use of aerial surveying.
In 1960 the U.S. Air Force issued a letter about Piri Reis’ map, verifying many things. Included was the following statement; “the geographical detail shown in the lower part of the map agrees very remarkably with the results of the seismic profile made across the top of the ice-cap by the Swedish-British Antarctic Expedition of 1949. This indicates the coastline had been mapped before it was covered by the ice-cap.”
MIT also issued a letter in 1965 after reviewing many of the maps, saying that “in order to draw such maps, the authors had to know about the spheroid trigonometry, the curvature of the earth, methods of projection, knowledge that is of a very high level.”