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Ancient African Rivers

On a certain panel of the Chauvet art there is a section that I believe represents North Africa. I have also mentioned before as to how clever the art is and how it overlaps itself and each part has multiple meanings. This map is no exception. It has several layers built into it and appears to show knowledge of the area at different periods of time.
With a report published on the 11th September, this begins to reveal the ‘map’ theory in greater detail and brings about further discoveries that must be more than simple coincidence. There are far too many of these coincidences going on in this incredible piece of work.
The new report come from the PLOS journal, PLOS ONE and asks “Were Rivers Flowing across the Sahara During the Last Interglacial?”
I have to say yes due to what I have known for the last 8 months or so.
What have I found that backs up this research? I’m not going to go into a long winded write up, I’m going to get right into it..
In these two images, we see the rivers as predicted by the research, next to it is a portion of the cave art that represents the same area (and which I also believe represents the Nile delta too) We are looking at the three main arteries of river in both pictures. There is one detail in particular that strongly suggests that what we are seeing is in fact true. Take a look at the middle river in the cave art, follow it down until the end where you can see it splits off into two small lines. The middle river from the research project also does this. They both end in the same way, by branching off in the same directions.
If we take a look at the far left river in the art, we can see how it ‘feathers’ out at the bottom which ties in with the way the research river has lots of smaller river and streams coming off the end of it and a sourced by the mountain range. If we look up this same left river to near the ‘elbow’ we can see that just to the left of that are two Y shaped lines that are also part of the river system as we see in the research map.
Going over to the river on the far right, we see how it forms into a long narrow V shape before becoming a trailing line. The long V shape is comparable to the vast network of smaller rivers and streams that make up this section on the research map. These examples can only mean two things..
1. The research about the ancient rivers is correct.
2.The idea that this bit of art in the cave is a map is correct.
The two confirm each other. 30,000 years apart, but they’re still correct. There is something else about this cave map that I will touch on afterwards.

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In these next image we can see the scale of both maps and how very similar a lot of the other rivers are to each other, although there does seem to be a few from the cave art that are not appearing on the research map. There is another one that is rather faintly drawn but that line does match up with the river over on the far left which runs down almost over the entirity of that side. On the cave art we see two strongly drawn lines that also branch out rather slightly on their ends suggestive of smaller rivers and streams connecting to them.

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And here are the three circles found in the rough location of where the cave art represents them. Take note of their alignment in comparison to those on the art.

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UPDATE 19th March 2015
It has just been brought to my attention that these markings are on 19.5 degrees. Credit for this goes to Barry Flanagan. You can all check to see just how close to the exact 19.5 degrees the central point of these three circles are or you can check this image below

19.5-degrees-pointer

For those who have no idea as to the relevance of this positioning, Then please take a moment to read this..
It has been found to be associated with various ancient structures here on earth – Giza pyramids, Avebury (the largest stone circle in the world, near Stonehenge), Pyramids of the Sun and Moon at Teotihuacan, etc. It is also worth noting that the Egyptian hieroglyph for Sirius, the brightest star in the sky which was extremely important to ancient Egyptians, is an equilateral triangle which can be viewed as a 2-dimensional representation of a tetrahedron; and in the Egyptian translation, it means a doorway… a sort of ‘stargate’. Curiously, it has also been observed that 19.5 degrees is closely linked, for some reason, with the NASA space missions (for example, Mars Pathfinder landed at 19.5 degrees lat. of Mars on July 4, ’97). In fact, not only did Pathfinder landed at 19.5 N, the longitude of the landing site was approximately 33 W – which is the very number of the longitude of the apex of the Great Bend of the Nile (33 E)! Now, this strongly insists on the relevance of the Nile numbers
http://www.vortexmaps.com/planets.php
And I’m sure you will also be able to find loads more info on the 19.5 degrees elsewhere on the net should you so wish to learn more.