EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors ; Part 2 : The peoples of the sea ; Newly published : Chapter 16 : Madere , Selvagens and Canaries

EARTH IS THE AIM 6 : Exoduses and survivors

Part 2 : The peoples of the sea

Newly published : Chapter 16 : Madere , Selvagens and Canaries

 

Madeira

Madeira is a Portuguese archipelago administered in autonomous region with Funchal as capital

It is located between the Azores and Morocco

 

The island of Madeira which represents about 90% of the land of the archipelago is of volcanic origin

It is renowned for its levadas, irrigation canals created to convey water from the watered slope of the North-West of the island to the South-Eastern slope favorable to agriculture

 

The archipelago was known since antiquity

According to Gilbert Pillot, author of The Secret Code of the Odyssey, Madeira would be the Island of Aeolus where gods entrusted the Zephyr to Ulysses, taking care to enclose the other opposing winds in a leather bag

 

The islands of the archipelago had to be linked together in a recent past where the waters were at a lower level or the land at a higher level

It is for this reason that no archaeological traces can be found from the Neolithic to the present era

 

Selvagens islands

The Selvagens Islands, in Portuguese Ilhas Selvagens, literally the Wild Islands are part of the autonomous region of Madeira

They are located between Madeira and the Canary Islands

The islands were known since antiquity, mainly because they were more or less connected to Madeira

 

Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are located off the coast of Morocco

The Canary Islands are part of Macaronesia which includes the Canary Islands, Madeira and the Selvagens, the Azores and Cape Verde

The archipelago of the Canaries is the largest and most populous of Macaronesia

Pliny the Elder and Herodotus wrote that somewhere at the West of the world was an island where lived dog-men

Explorers discovering big wild dogs in the island, believed that it was this island

The Romans called them: the Fortunate Islands beyond the columns of Hercules

Pliny the Elder in his Natural History, evokes an expedition sent to these islands at the beginning of our era by the Moorish king Juba II

The Guanches raised large dogs

The Moors brought back some specimens

Thus the name Canaria derives from the Latin canis

 

The first known trip is that of Hannon, between 630 and 425 BCE

Hannon was a rich Carthaginian seeking new trade routes and found an empty island of inhabitants with significant ruins

The archaeological heritage of the Canary Islands includes hundreds of caves nestled in cliffs and mountains, as well as tumuli, menhirs, pyramids and petroglyphs

 

 

Pyramids of Güímar in Tenerife

 

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Pyramiden in Güímar, Teneriffa

Photo Wikipedia Public domain: Berthold Werner

 

The site of Güímar comprises several pyramids with North-South oriented floors on the axis of the summer solstice

The 6 current pyramids are located in the village of Güímar on the island of Tenerife

There would have been 9 in total

The perfection of the size of the corner stones excludes the hypotheses of stones evacuated from the fields as some wanted to make believe

On a deed of sale of the site in 1854 there is no mention of the pyramids

But they are well noted on an act of division dated 1881

For official archeology, they were therefore built between these two dates

In 1991, Thor Heyerdahl studied the pyramids and discovered that they could not be made of stones placed at random

The stones located at the corners show marks due to the man and the platform has been elevated

The stones do not come from the surrounding fields but from far more volcanic rocks

All pyramids have stairs allowing access to the summit

 

An archaeological excavation was carried out in 1991 which proved that the pyramids were built after 1800:

The pyramids were above a layer of earth that contained debris of pottery imported from the 19th century

 

It is clear that what happens between 1854 and 1881 is part of the proven history

Who at that time, and for what reasons, wanted to build a pyramid, sorry, 9 pyramids there?

Who would have had the financial means?

These millions of tons of displaced stones would certainly have been echoed in the local and international press, just only for jobs created

And the architect of these pyramids would certainly have claimed paternity

 

What is clear is the desire to exclude these pyramids from their context

And the archaeologist who lent his name to this masquerade is also the one who voluntarily polluted his site of excavations

 

It is not the first time that the tyranny of dogma has intervened in archaeological discoveries

Fortunately today, thanks to the internet, these tricks can not continue for a long time

 

Near the pyramids, in El Rincón, E.Bethencourt and F.P.De Luca, in 1996, find a circular tumulus

This is a monument of the Neolithic, a dating which correspond much better with the pyramids one’s

 

The underwater ruins of the Canaries

In 1981, Pippo Castellano organized an underwater expedition off the Canary Islands and the Moroccan coasts

He makes a sensational discovery:

Several mysterious ruins lie at the bottom of the ocean near the island of Lanzarote

At a depth of 15 meters and over an area of about 275 square meters, divers found large flat stones set up as on a road

The stones were carefully laid and stone steps bordered by a submarine wall formed by regular triangular blocks, lead down as if they were going up to a wharf

Certain marks carved in the stones seemed to be symbols or signs that resemble petroglyphs sculpted on earth rocks

 

In 1984 Charles Berlitz stated:

An underwater wall off the Moroccan coast, extending several miles in length, first discovered in 1974 by a diver has since been studied and photographed

Some of the stones are comparable in size to foundation stones used in the temple of Baalbek in Lebanon

 

Andrew Collins reiterated these findings at his conferences: “It is more likely that the underwater structures near Lanzarote are evidence of the presence in the archipelago of a proto- Phoenician, Iberico-Phoenician or Carthaginian, during the first or second millennium BC. ”

 

Canary petroglyphs

 

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Petroglyphen von El Cementerio auf der Spanischen Insel La Palma

Photo Wikipedia CC: StMH

 

This petroglyph which shows a round labyrinth is on the island of Lanzarote near Las Palmas

This symbol represents the enclosures and channels of Atlantis, the capital of Atlantis

It coincides with Plato’s description of the submerged continent’s capital

 

The Cueva Pintada

In Gáldar we find the cave of Cueva Pintada

The drawings on the walls of the cave are made up of red, black and white squares and spirals and triangles

 

The preservation of the Cueva Pintada is of concern

Runoff water seeps into the cave’s volcanic ash, creating a damp atmosphere that blurs the paint

 

The colors used in the cave were extracted from local land

Pottery decorated with these same paintings was also found in Gáldar

As well as more than 100 earth idols of human and animal forms

 

Gran Canaria is the only Canary Island where painted pottery was found

 

Close to the cave have been discovered many troglodyte houses, often with rooms in the shape of cross

Holes in the floors and walls of the cave rooms include furniture, beds and fireplaces

Carved cavities were also found in the rock for storage of foodstuffs

Living in caves in Gáldar was a home which was cool in Summer and warm in Winter

 

Other Canary Islands

In Cenobio de Valerón, Santa María de Guía, was found a huge communal granary

 

At Maipés de Agaete was found a necropolis with nearly 700 tombs and a large tumulus of 8 meters in diameter and 3 meters high, built with volcanic stones

 

In San Bartolomé de Tirajana, was found the prehistoric necropolis of Arteara composed of more than a thousand tumulus

It is two kilometers long and one wide

 

In San Bartolomé de Tirajana, in the village of Tunte, the site of Punta Mujeres includes numerous troglodyte dwellings

It is a whole agglomeration hollowed out in the rock with its houses, its granaries, tombs and cave paintings

 

In San Bartolomé de Tirajana, the site of Almogaren de Amurga is considered as a place of worship

 

In Temisas, the site of La Audiencia, is a hamlet of caves dug for housing with kitchens, silos, granaries, etc …

 

In Agüimes, the site of Les Letreros de Balos is the most important group of rock carvings in Gran Canaria

 

In Agüimes also, the site of Risco del Canario, located in the ravine of Guayadeque is a set of about thirty artificial caves, with difficult access which preserved them in case of attack

 

In Telde, the site of Cuatro Puertas is a large cave dug by hand in the volcanic tuff and which has four doors accessing a horizontal platform, probably used for magical or religious practices

 

In Telde, the site of the village of Tufia, is a group of caves and stone houses as well as a tumulus

 

In Telde, the site of the village of Tara is a set of caves where we found many tools

 

In Telde, the site of the village of La Restinga in Llano de las Brujas includes dwellings, granaries and burial mounds

Some constructions overlap, indicating prolonged use

 

In Telde-Ingenio, the site of El Draguillo is located in the ravine that separates two communes, which includes petroglyphs and caves dwellings with silos and funerary caves

 

In Santa Brígida, the site of Bandama includes caves called Cuevas de los Canarios

It is a set of dwellings and collective granaries located in the inner slope of a caldera with cave engravings

 

In Artenara, the site of the village of Acusa includes a set of houses often painted with funerary caves and large granaries

 

In Artenara, the site of the caves of Caballero serves for housing and in three of them we can see ruporal triangular engravings and also of other forms

This site is considered as a magical and religious place

 

In Artenara there is the site of the Candiles cave, the interior of which is divided into six small hollowed niches which are covered with dozens of inverted, engraved or bas-relief triangles which are believed to be associated with rites of fertility

 

In Artenara, on the site of Acusa, in an ancient village whose dwellings had painted rooms with funerary caves and important cereals for storing cereals, we found a burial vault containing six mummies:

Two women, three men and a young boy

Mummies are exhibited at the Museum of Las Palmas

The bodies were wrapped in rush mats or stitched goat skins

Gómez Escudero, a historian during the invasion of the island, wrote:

“They kept the lard and the fat in jars, and fragrant woods for the sake of death, anointings, smoking, and put them in the burning sand to let them embalm them, and after 15 Or 20 days, they put them in caves …. ”

In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, the site of the Caves los Canarios is made up of two large artificial caves for the home and other smaller caves, with silos dug on two levels under a large natural arch which

 

In Arucas, the site of La Cerera is a housing formed by caves

 

In Gáldar the sites of Bocabarranco, El Agujero and La Guancha form the remains of one of the most important villages in terms of area

In addition to the large number of homes, there are numerous exceptional mounds

 

In Tejeda, the site of Bentayga, the caves del Rey are composed of three sets arranged in lines

The caves are intended for housing and also form granaries, funerary or religious places and an important altar, an almogaren

 

In La Aldea de San Nicolás, the site of the village of Caserones includes a large set of dwellings and tumulus

 

In Mogán, the site of the Palace of Tabaibales also includes dwellings in small towers and walls

 

In Mogán, the site of the small cave of Majada Alta is distinguished by its anthropomorphic pictograms, painted in red ocher

 

In Temisas the site of La Audiencia shows us caves carved in the rock used in dormitories, kitchens, silos and granaries

 

In Lanzarote the site of El Bebedero they discover about 100 shards of Roman amphorae, nine pieces of metal, and a piece of glass

The found objects were dated between the first and fourth century AD

Most sherds belong to large amphorae used to transport wine, salt and olive oil

Analysis of amphoraes clays confirms their origin from Campania in central Italy, from Betica in southern Spain and Tunisia

 

Off Lanzarote, in 1964, a Roman amphora was discovered underwater

Since then, new Roman amphorae and other objects

 

History of the Canaries

The first to settle in the Canaries were the Atlanteans from – 6612

The petroglyph of El Cementerio is certainly their mark of possession of the territory, much like our flag when discovering a new world

 

We speak here of the archipelago of the Canaries in the broadest sense: Madeira, the Selvagens and the Canaries

But as the management of Atlantide was their main work, they have delegated the management of the archipelago to the Iberians from – 4311

It was the error that certainly cost them the end of Atlantis

 

Indeed, if they had stayed there, the Egyptians would never have been able to build their 2 ATMs which ended in Morocco and the Islands of Cape Verde

And with three fifths of the power, the ATMs could certainly have caused a tsunami of lava , but not the opening of the ridge that engulfed Atlantide

 

After – 3000 and with the swallowing of Atlantis, the Mayans no longer have a base for passage and storage, and the Canaries are just where they need to be for trade between America and Africa

 

They then settled there and built their famous pyramids with platforms, like those of America and Asia, later reused in places of worship by the addition of floors and chapels

In fact, these platforms are landing areas for vertical take-off aircrafts

 

Their traces are also found by the presence of petroglyphs, scattered over their territories on Earth

 

Towards – 1200 and the extinction of the peoples of the sea, the Phoenicians recovered the Atlante counters and the Canaries were not an exception to the rule

 

 

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