The process to keep the Talassophobia´s secret was to have sailors from the Nepalese plateau used as ballast.

It’s a curious coincidence that the Aymara people of Bolivia emerged practically from nowhere.


They came as ballast in the”gold”  travels and in the  return voyage, the human ballast was replaced by the precious metal. The captain and his two assistants sea were “isolated” or they had their tongues cut and their eyes burned.

Yesterday and nowadays, gold prevails and dominates the world. To preserve the access key to wealth and power,  the sacred maps and the ways to decode them were kept in absolute secrecy.


The predatory ships that came from the Pacific Ocean were the famous ships of great Zheng He, captain of the largest fleet of junks that sailed the Sinus Magnum (Pacific) aptly called the ships of treasure, five times larger than the contemporary european ships.



American wealth was incalculable. Not only Cortez and Pizarro, “passed the rake”, but their previous looters took care of cities like Caral, which held an antiquity of 5000 years BC

We were the backyard where the pseudo civilized countries impoverished our wealth with the utmost secrecy as accomplice.

This brief synopsis is necessary because the power and secrets of the proto cartographers was inmense. The precursors were: Eratosthenes of Cyrene, and his map trans-Saharan Herodotus, Strabo and Pomponius Mela Anaximander, to name just a few. The real proto cartographers followed.

Other side of the story are the Phoenician travels from African ports, similarly used black people as “ballast.” Taking the south equatorial current, they visited Venta and San Lorenzo, and reached almost automatically the Amazon, sailed to Iquitos, leaving  previously  testimony at Pedra Vermellha.  Truth is that it was always gold, the same fate, the same desire, the same profit, the same quest for power, the same wars, the same death that now, but never told. Tongues, eyes, maps,  the same secret.


The historical narrative has poor memory and the original sin has been told in a state of cowardice rather looking for the truth.

Then came the Treaty of Tordesillas and the bull that ended the American dispute between Portuguese and Spanish, and  therefore  allowed the secrecy and  the continuous steal of wealth.

The framers of those power tools were Cosmas Indico Pleustes, Alexander Marino, Marinus of Tyre, Al Qazwini, al-Khwarizmi, Claudius Ptolemy, Martellus Germanus, Piris Reis and Paul Gallez.

Fibonacci ‘s Numbers


The intent is to explicit or agree with the language of the measures with which we intercomunicate, speaking the same technical language (and then move on the series, progressions, scales and proportions), the latter being the true universal language.
In the book “The Search for the Perfect Language” by Umberto Eco, analyzing various historical attempts to create a language that is able to generate mechanically from the syntax, unambiguous notations not only to the existing series or proportions but for which may arise in the future, as shared language within the Multiverse.



This blog is not about religion but its central theme is the divine origin of Creation. How, through harmony and proportion it is possible to recognize those signs in some elements in nature as well as in some works made by man. It is also shown how through materialism, man has lost his link with the original spirit. This work points out where and how the misunderstanding took place and how it is possible to return to the lost way, including elements from other cultures which have been disregarded by traditional History, and which, viewed from a proper angle, allow a different reading of historical development.

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(Dedicated to Paul Gallez, the belgian master who tought me the secrets of the subject.)

In ancient times, the handling of power by fear, specially  about the unknown, was used to enforce a government, to reaffirm mythical dogmas. One of the most famous, was referred to the largest  known area: the ocean.cattiraga1
Its name  was: Talassophobia or terror to sail into the sea.
This was a “terror of cult”, while dragons, smoking snakes, as well as the famous Krack, all served to alienate the seas´ adventurerswishing to search for treasures or conquer land.


Everything, tended to  frightening lie to encourage.talassophobia
This fact was constant and timeless.
Why ?  Because the secret source of supply of precious metals: gold, silver, copper, was America, the “undiscovered” land.
America has two coasts through which its protodiscoverers secretly plundered the riches
Cattigara,in the coast of Ecuador, was already included on the world maps of Claudius Ptolemeus, 170 AD  This “anchoring” at the foot of Chimborazo,  the second peak of Americas¨Andes, acting as a lighthouse  was a  reference to the wealth seekers, for those who from the last earth known : Java, taking the equatorial countercurrent landed into the land of promise. This was the systematic wealth provision . That was the secret  to  be preserved.

The rulers of that time, Arab or Chinese, kept the secret paths and maps.They also kept , (as I´ll show later in the maps of Cosmas Indico  Pleustes) the routes that  were hidden  through Sacred Geometry secret keys.
The mines beyond Cattigara were of such wealth, that the premise was that the sailors wouldn´t return , to avoid that other reigns  could adquire the  knowledge that meant power.
The story of 1,000 years BC is the same nowadays .

(to be continued)

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Piri Reis

(full name Hadji Muhiddin Piri Ibn Hadji Mehmed), was born on the European part of the Ottoman Empire) round 1460. When he was young, together with his uncle, a well-known corsair and seafarer of the time he took part in many naval wars of the Ottoman Empire .Later he started working on his studies about navigation.

By 1516, he was again at sea as a ship’s captain in the Ottoman fleet.In 1516 -17, he took part in the  Ottoman conquest of Egypt.  Piri had risen to the rank of Reis (Admiral) as the Commander of the Ottoman Fleet in the Indian Ocean and Admiral of the Fleet.

When the Portuguese turned their attention to the Persian Gulf, Piri Reis occupied the Qatarpeninsula and the island of Bahrain to deprive the Portuguese of suitable bases on the Arabian coast.

He returned to Egypt, when he was an approaching the age of 90. When he refused to support the Ottoman Vali (Governor) of Basra, Kubad Pasha, in another campaign against the Portuguese in the northern Persian Gulf, Piri Reis was beheaded in 1553.

Piri Reis is the author of the Kitab-ı Bahriye (Book of Navigation):  one of the most famous pre-modern books, including a world map.

Although he was not an explorer,  he made the first map to show parts of the Americas, the Piri Reis map, in 1513.

He drew a second map in 1528. Only a fragment of that map survives today. That fragment however, shows parts of North America, including Greenland. It goes from the coast of Labrador and Newfoundland in the north, to Florida,Cuba and parts of Central America in the south. Therefore, some people believe he drew a map of the Arctic about 200 years before it was discovered.

A century after Piri’s death and during the second half of the 17th century, a third version of his book was produced, which left the text of the second version unaffected while enriching the cartographical part of the manuscript. It included additional new large-scale maps. These maps were much more accurate and depict the Black Sea, which was not included in the original.[18]

Copies of the Kitab-ı Bahriye are found in many libraries .

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Rowan Gavin Paton Menzies

(born 14 August 1937)[1] is a British author and retired submarine lieutenant-commander.
He is best known for his controversial book 1421: The Year China Discovered the World, in which he asserts that the fleets of Chinese Admiral Zheng  visited the Americas prior to European explorer Christopher Columbus in 1492.


Fibonacci (c. 1170 – c. 1250)
Leonardo Fibonacci – an Italian mathematician, was considered by some “the most talented western mathematician of the Middle Ages.”
Recognizing that arithmetic with Hindu–Arabic numerals is simpler and more efficient than with Roman numerals, Fibonacci travelled throughout the Mediterranean world to study under the leading Arab mathematicians of the time. At the age of 32, he published what he had learned in Liber Abaci (Book of Abacus or Book of Calculation), and thereby popularized Hindu–Arabic numerals in Europe.
The book showed the practical importance of the new numeral system, using lattice multiplication and Egyptian fractions.
In the Fibonacci sequence of numbers, each number is the sum of the previous two numbers, starting with 0 and 1. This sequence begins 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987 … [13]
The higher up in the sequence, the more closely the ratio of two consecutive Fibonacci numbers will approach the golden ratio (approximately 1 : 1.618 or 0.618 : 1).

Paul Gallez (1920–2007)
was an Argentinian cartographer and historian, born in Brussels, and based on the city of Bahía Blanca, province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
He made an extensive research on maps to show that America was known long before the Age of Discovery, inspired by previous works by Dick Edgar Ibarra Grasso and Enrique de Gandía.
He was the first to identify all the principal fluvial system of South America in the Henricus Martellus Germanus map of 1489, using a distortion grid.
He considers that fellow historians and himself constitutes the so called Argentine School of Protocartographyedit
Claudius Ptolemeuss; c. AD 90 – c. AD 168)
was a Greco-Roman citizen of Egypt who wrote in Greek.[1] He was a mathematician, astronomer, geographer, astrologer, and of the greatest thinkers of his time. He lived in Egypt under Roman rule, but few reliable details of his life are known.Prolbably, he lived in Alexandria,[4] where he died around AD 168.[5]
Ptolemeus was the author of several scientific treatises, at least three of which were of continuing importance to later Islamic and European science. The first is the astronomical treatise now known as the Almagest (in Greek, Ἡ Μεγάλη Σύνταξις, “The Great Treatise”, originally Μαθηματικὴ Σύνταξις, “Mathematical Treatise”). The second is the Geography, which is a thorough discussion of the geographic knowledge of the Greco-Roman world. The third is the astrological treatise known sometimes in Greek as the Apotelesmatika (Ἀποτελεσματικά), more commonly in Greek as the Tetrabiblos (Τετράβιβλος “Four books”), and in Latin as the Quadripartitum (or four books) in which he attempted to adapt horoscopic astrology to the Aristotelian natural philosophy of his day.