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DISCOVERY OF AMERICA AND THE FLOOD

DISCOVERY OF AMERICA AND THE FLOOD
(c.2300 BC, Ita Letra, Villarrica, Paraguay)

Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com

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  • Email: drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com November 13, 2009 DISCOVERY OF AMERICA AND THE FLOOD (c.2300 BC, Ita Letra, Villarrica, Paraguay) Dr. R.M. de Jonge ©, drsrmdejonge@hotmail.com Introduction Ita Letra, in Paraguay, is one of the most important archaeological sites of South America (Refs.- 1-5). It is located 20km southeast of the town of Villarrica, at 26°S, in the southeastern part of the country. It is a nick-name meaning “Letter Mountain”, because of the many ancient letter car- vings in its rocks (Refs.6-12). The official name is Cerro Polilla. It is a rocky hill located in the Ybytyruzu Mountain Range, having maximum heights of about 800 meters. Its geographic loca- tion appears to be related to the well-known stories of the discovery of America and the Biblical Flood. Both events happened at the end of the Old Kingdom of Egypt, about 2500 BC. Fig.1 Megalithic petroglyphs, mainly with geographic meanings. (2300-1200 BC, Ita Letra, Villarrica, Paraguay) (Courtesy Dr. V. Pistilli) Discovery of America Ita Letra is situated at 25.8°S and 56.3°W (Ref.4). In antiquity only latitudes were known. So, people knew its latitude of about 26°S, but one was also interested in the meridian, or NS line, through the site. This meridian runs from the north coast of Suriname (former Dutch Guyana), at 6°N, to the south coast of Uruguay (at the present capital of Montevideo), at 35°S. It forms a to-
  • tal distance of 6+35= 41° across the continent of South America. Rounded off, it equals 4 Egyp- tian Moiras, or 40°, encoding the discovery of America in the 4th Dynasty of Egypt. Ita Letra is located in the center of the southern area between two branches of the Paraná River, which are both flowing south. The shortest distance between both branches through the site e- quals 2.6 moiras, confirming the latitude of Ita Letra, at 26°S (1 Egyptian moira= 1°= 111km). This distance points 45°SE in the direction of the present town of Porto Alegre, at the northern shore of Patos Lagoon, at 30°S. This is the largest lake of Brazil, having brackish water. This shore, 30-26= 4° below Ita Letra, corresponds with the latitude of the Nile Delta, at 30°N, con- firming the Egyptian discovery of America in the 4th Dynasty. The north shore of Patos Lagoon is located 5° above the south coast of Uruguay, at 30+5= 35°S, encoding the discovery of America by the 5th king Menkaure (Mycerinos) of the 4th Dynasty (c. 2570 BC). The direction from Ita Letra to Porto Alegre of 40+5= 45°SE confirms it. The south coast of the province of Buenos Aires, near Bahia Blanca, Argentina, is located 4° below Mon- tevideo, at 35+4= 39°S. The discovery of America in the 4th Dynasty happened at the southern Aleutian Islands, near the Bering Sea, at the complementary latitude of 90-39= 51°N. The dis- tance between the north coast of Suriname and the south coast of Buenes Aires equals 6+39= 45°, again confirming the discovery of America by the 5th king of the 4th Dynasty. The south shore of Patos Lagoon is located 2° below the northern shore. It corresponds with the mouth of the Tietê River (São Paulo), 2° above Ita Letra, at 26-2= 24°S. On the Return Route king Menkaure discovered the crossing of the Bering Strait, at the complementary latitude of 90-24= 66°N. This is 66-51= 15° above the southern Aleutian Islands (Refs.13-17). Atlantic Ocean This distance corresponds with the southern Cape Verde Islands, West Africa, at 15°N. The north shore of Patos Lagoon, at 30°S, corresponds with the sailing direction from these islands across the Atlantic, with the wind and the current, 30°SSW. This shore is located 5° above Mon-tevideo, encoding the place of arrival, Cape São Roque, Brazil, at 5°S, but also the 5th Dynasty. The south shore of the Lagoon, 2° lower, corresponds with the sailing distance of 2 Moiras, or 20°, but also with the 2nd king. The width of South America at the level of Ita Letra equals 2 Moiras, strongly confirming it. So, the 2nd king Sahura of the 5th Dynasty discovered the South-ern Crossing (c.2505 BC) (Refs.18-26). The south coast of the province of Buenos Aires, near Bahia Blanca, Argentina, is located at 39° S. It corresponds with the West Azores, in the middle of the Ocean, at 39°N. The direction from Ita Letra to the north shore of Patos Lagoon, of 45°SE, corresponds with the latitude of Nova Scotia, at 45°N. The distance between Suriname and the province of Buenes Aires, of 6+39= 45°, confirms it. The south shore, 2° lower, encodes Cape Race, Newfoundland, at 45+2= 47°N. It is the East Cape of North America. It also corresponds with the initial sailing direction (ISD) from Cape Race, 20°ESE, and with the sailing distance of 2 Moiras, or 20°, with the wind and the current, to the two islands of the West Azores. The width of South America at the level of Ita Letra equals 2 Moiras, confirming it. So, the 2nd king Sahura of the 5th Dynasty also discovered this important Return Route to the Old World. He discovered two important crossings of the At- lantic. The meridian of Ita Letra almost hits the Falkland Islands in the south, at 52°S, confirming it (Refs.27-33).
  • The north shore of Patos Lagoon is located at 30°S, encoding the Northern Crossing, from the Shetland Islands, via the south point of Greenland, to Cape Chidley, Canada, at the complemen- tary latitude of the Nile Delta, at 90-30= 60°N. The crossing via these three landpoints was dis- covered by the 3rd king Nefererkare (c.2490 BC). The south shore of Patos Lagoon is located 35-32= 3° above Montevideo, confirming it. It was the third Crossing of the Atlantic (Refs.13-17). North America The meridian of Ita Letra runs at 56.3°W. This NS line hits the east coast of the northern penin- sula of Newfoundland, at 51°N. It corresponds with the discovery of America via the southern Aleutian Islands, at this latitude. It also runs through the shortest crossing of Davis Strait, from West Greenland to Cape Walsingham, Baffin Island, at 66°N. It corresponds with the crossing of the Bering Strait, at this latitude. It leaves the north coast of Newfoundland near White Bay, at 50°N, encoding the 5th king Menkaure, who is credited for these discoveries. The complemen- tary latitude of 90-50= 40°N confirms the 4th Dynasty. However, it also corresponds with the 5th Dynasty, when all Crossings of the Atlantic were dis- covered. It hits the northern shore of Belle Isle Strait at 52°N. It confirms the 2nd king Sahura of the 5th Dynasty, who discovered the two southern Crossings of the Atlantic. It leaves the east coast of Labrador, between 53°N and 54°N. The lower latitude of 53°N encodes the 3rd king Nefererkare of the 5th Dynasty, who discovered the third, Northern Crossing of the Atlantic. Bermuda Ita Letra, at 26°S, corresponds with the island of Bimini, offshore Florida, at 26°N. It is a well- known archaeological site. The present town of Corrientes, at the confluence of the two branches of the Paraná River, at 27°S, corresponds with Abaco Island, at 27°N. The south shore of Patos Lagoon, at 32°S, corresponds with the discovered island of Bermuda, at 32°N. The distance from Ita Letra to the north coast of Suriname equals 26+6= 32°, confirming its latitude. Corrientes is located 39-27= 12° above the south coast of the the province of Buenos Aires, cor- responding with the sailing distance from Abaco Island to Bermuda, 12 moiras. The latitude of Ita Letra and the length of the Patos Lagoon form together 26+2= 28°, equal to the sailing dis- tance from Bermuda to the West Azores. The distance from Montevideo to the north coast of Su- riname is 4 Moiras, equal to the total sailing distance, with the wind and the current, from Abaco Island to the Azores. Ita Letra is located 35-26= 9° above Montevideo, encoding the discovery of the island of Ber- muda, 9° above the Tropic of Cancer, at 23+9= 32°N. The Tropic of Cancer is the holy line of the Sun religion. The north shore of Patos Lagoon, at 30°S, is 5° above Montevideo. So, the 9th king Unas of the 5th Dynasty discovered the Return Route, with the wind and the current, from Bermuda to the 9 islands of the Azores (c.2385 BC). The distance from the North Pole to the equator equals 9 Moiras, confirming this 9th, and last, king Unas (c.2403-2370 BC) (Refs.13-19). The distance from Corrientes to Suriname equals 27+6= 33°, confirming his 33 years of reign. The town of Treinta y Tres, in the Department of Treinta y Tres, in Uruguay, at 33°S, still re- members it. This reign was ended by the biggest Catastrophe on Earth ever: the Biblical Flood.
  • Fig.2 Petroglyphs of a sailing boat, the SunGod, and an arrow (or comet). (2300-1200 BC, Ita Letra, Villarrica, Paraguay) (Courtesy Dr. V. Pistilli) The Biblical Flood Ita Letra is located in the center of the southern area between two important river branches, which are both flowing south. The Paraná River is the eastern branch, which starts in the south- ern part of Brazil, at about 16°S. The Paraguay River is the western branch, which also starts in Brazil, at about 14°S. The present town of Corrientes is located at the confluence of the Paraná and Paraguay Rivers, at about 27°S. The whole area between both river branches strongly resembles a hugh Comet. The southern part, with Ita Letra in the center, symbolizes the Head of the Comet, and the northern part represents the Tail of the Comet. The length of the whole Comet equals about 27-15= 12°. The Head has a length of about 2°, and the Tail has a length of about 10°. The Catastrophe happened
  • because of a cosmic collision of the planet Earth with the Tail of a Comet (or Comet Swarm) (Refs.34-42). The length of the Comet equals 12 moiras, corresponding with the 12 months of the year. The town of Corrientes is located 39-27= 12° above the south coast of the province of Buenes Aires, confirming it. So, the duration of the Catastroph should be expressed in months. The width of South America at the level of Ita Letra equals 2 Moiras, encoding a duration of 2 months, when the planet Earth was inside the Tail of the Comet. The falling rocks caused hugh forest fires, and the melting ice of the Comet caused torential rains. There were hugh foodings everywhere. It was completely dark on Earth. This period was probably the worst. After these two months the planet Earth left the Tail of the Comet. However, the Head of the Comet has a diameter of 2 moiras. It shows, there was a second period of 2 months after it, again shown by the width of the continent of 2 Moiras. The whole climate on Earth was completely disrupted. The torrential rains continued, but it also became bitterly cold. So, these rains were changing in ferrocious snow and hail storms. The hugh floodings continued, and many people now died from starvation. The distance along the meridian of Ita Letra from the north coast of Suriname to the south coast of Uruguay equals 4 Moiras, encoding the total duration of the Comet Catastrophe of 2+2= 4 months. The length of the Comet equals 12 moiras, also corres- ponding to 4x30= 120 days (Refs.43-45). Casualties The meridian of Ita Letra hits the south coast of Newfoundland, at 48°N. The distance from Ita Letra to the East Coast of South America equals 7 moiras. It encodes the world population before the Flood of 4.8 million men (a number of 7 figures). Ita Letra is located at 26°S, encoding 2.6 million casualties (54%). The shortest distance between the river branches through the site (which points 45°SE) equals 2.6 moiras, confirming it. Ita Letra is located in the Ybytyruzu Mountain Range. The hills have maximum heights of about 7 millimoiras= c.777 meters. These heights confirm the number of casualties of 2.6 million men (a number of 7 figures). The relative latitude of the south coast of Newfoundland confirms it, too: (48/90)x4.8= 2.6 mil- lion casualties. The meridian of Ita Letra leaves to east coast of Labrador at 54°N, confirming the percentage of victims, 54%. The complementary latitude of 90-54= 36°N, corresponds with the circumference of the planet Earth, 360°, or 36 Moiras, which indicates that it was a worldwide Catastrophe. Cape Catoche, the NE Cape of Yucatan, Mexico, at 22°N, confirms the number of survivors, 4.8-2.6= 2.2 million men. Most of them were seriously injured.- The civilization a- round the south point of the Gulf of Campeche was the holy Land of Punt, the Realm of the Dead. Note, that it is located just below this latitude (Refs.44,45). The shortest distance between the river branches through Ita Letra points 45°SE to the north shore of Patos Lagoon, at 30°S. This shore is 5° above the south coast of Uruguay, correspon- ding to the 5th Dynasty, which was ended because of the Flood. The distance from Ita Letra to this shore equals 6 moiras, encoding the 6th Dynasty, when the Flood happened. The middle of Patos Lagoon is 1° lower, encoding the 1st king Teti. Tree-ring dating appears to indicate, that it happened c.2344 BC, which was during his reign (Ref.35). The meridian though Ita Letra leaves the north coast of Newfoundland, at 50°N. It corresponds to the 5th Dynasty, which was ended because of the Flood. Cape Farvel, the south cape of Greenland, is located at 60°N, encoding the 6th Dynasty when the Flood happened. The north coast of Newfoundland is at a distance of 1 Moira to the south, which encodes the 1st king Teti.
  • It happened during his reign. The important SW Cape of Greenland is situated at 61°N, confir- ming the first king Teti of the 6th Dynasty. The north coast of Suriname is at 6°N, again confir- ming the 6th Dynasty, when the Flood happened. The north coast of Venezuela, at 11°N, is 39+11= 50° above the south coast of the province of Buenes Aires. It corresponds with the 5th Dynasty, which was ended because of the Flood. Cape Catoche, the NE Cape of Yucatan, is at 22°N, 39+22= 61° above the south coast of Buenes Aires. It encodes the 1st king Teti of the 6th Dynasty, when the Flood happened. It occurred du-ring his reign (Refs.44,45). The distance from Ita Letra to the East Coast equals 7 moiras. Ita Letra is located 9° above the south coast of Uruguay. It shows, that the total precipitation during the Flood was about 80 mi- cromoiras= 8.8 meters of water. The meridian of Ita Letra leaves the north coast of Newfound- land at 50°N. The shortest distance through the river branches and the site points to the north shore of Patos Lagoon, at 30°S. The 50+30= 80° between both places confirms the precipitation of 80 micromoiras of water. The meridian through Ita Letra leaves the east coast of Labrador at 54°N. The 54+26= 80° difference between both places confirms the precipitation, again (Refs.- 44,45). Discussion The Egyptian discovery of America was the most important event in the prehistory of the New World. The continents of North and South America became colonies of Egypt, and their are many signs, that the peoples who lived there considered the Egyptian king as their own leader (Ref.17). The Comet Catastrophe of c.2344 BC was about the worst disaster in human history. For many centuries the climate on Earth became much colder. Both events are described in many monuments and petroglyphs around the World. Ita Letra in Paraguay is a typical example. For millennia after its foundation, c.2300 BC, Ita Letra was a holy place for people who lived in the surroundings, as well as for traders and visitors from abroad. Many people left messages in a variety of scripts and languages, which are all less important than the two stories mentioned abo- ve. These are told by the geographic position of the site, which is much more important than the carvings on its walls. Ita Letra, or the “Letter Mountain”, is one of the most important archaeo- logical monuments of South America. We hope that Ita Letra will soon be included as an official World Heritage site.
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  • Fig.4 Map of part of South America (Ref.46).