COPPER FROM AMERICA

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COPPER AND TIN FROM AMERICA

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

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  • ADDENDUM - The “boat” in passage B2, or B30+2= B32, touches the “hammer”, referring to passage B9. B32 encodes the island of Bermuda, at 32°N. The “boat” in passage A12, or A31+12= A43, points to A6, having a “messenger”. A43 corresponds to the south cape of Nova Scotia, at 43°N, and to Cape Race, at the complementary latitude of 90-43= 47°N. It appears, that after the discovery of Bermuda (c.2387 BC), on the average, 9/(9+6)x100= 60% of the people used the Return Route via Bermuda to the Azores. So, 90-60= 40% used the Return Route via Newfoundland. - - - Reinoud de Jonge, Netherlands
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  • ADDENDUM - The “boat” in passage B27 points to passage B16, having a “messenger”. It refers to the Cape Verde Islands, at 16°N, at the start of the Southern Crossing. The “boat” in passage B19, or B30+1= B31, points to passage B10, with the sign of “religion”. B31, having a “messenger”, too, corresponds to the Orkney Islands, at the complementary latitude of 90-31= 59°N, at the start of the Northern Crossing. It appears, that on the average, 16/(16+10)x100= 62 % of the people used the Southern Crossing to reach the New World. So 90-62= 38% used the Northern Crossing. - - - Reinoud de Jonge, Netherlands
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