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    International Congress of Archaeologists Proclaimed Ancient Global Navigation But No Follow Up

    At the International Congress of Archaeologists in Oslo in 1936, the head of that body of scholars, professor A. W. Brogger, espoused some of the reasons to believe that ancient navigators were sailing all over the globe until circa 1500 b. c. when that transoceanic voyaging began to diminish, his scholarly insight before the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (by Hapgood) was published in 1966, yet since then mainstream scientists have all but ignored the evidence, now too the submerged ruins coming to light.

     

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