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Piri Reis Map Late in 1929, Gustav Deissmann, a German theologian, was working in Istanbul at the Topkapi Palace Library. While cataloging antique items he found a gazelle-skin parchment in a stack of discarded items. This parchment had a map drawn on it, and Deissmann was amazed to see that it appeared to show the outline of South America. He rescued the parchment, which is now known as the Piri Reis Map. The map he studied had been drawn and signed in 1513 by Turkish cartographer Hagii Ahmed Muhiddin Piri, also known as Piri Reis. In addition to being a cartographer, Piri Reis served in the Turkish navy, for which he held the rank of admiral. He stated that he had used 20 different maps and charts as his source documents. Eight of them were Ptolemaic maps (maps of the known world according to the 2nd century Hellenistic or Greek society), four were Portuguese maps, one was an Arabic map, and one was drawn by Christopher Columbus.Mystical WorldPublished about 3 hours ago in Proof
The Secret Sounds of Plants: Exploring the Fascinating World of Phytoacoustics
The fascinating world of "Phytoacoustics": The study of plant sound communication Plants are not typically thought of as being capable of producing sound or communicating with one another through auditory means. However, recent research has revealed that plants actually do have the ability to produce and detect sounds, and that these sounds may play an important role in plant communication and behavior. This emerging field of research is known as "phytoacoustics."The Truth SpeaksPublished about 22 hours ago in Proof
Spirit of the world
Jesus was born on December 25 through immaculate conception, could turn water into wine, walk on water, was betrayed by one of his 12 followers, and then crucified, died and subsequently resurrected three days later.Mystical WorldPublished a day ago in Proof
Moon's Biggest Secret Revealed: The Shocking Discovery of Water on Its Surface
"Unleashing the Secrets of the Moon: Is There Really Water on Its Surface?" Since the first moon landing in 1969, scientists have been intrigued by the possibility of water on the moon. Despite several missions and studies over the years, the answer remained elusive until recent breakthroughs. Now, researchers are saying that there is indeed water on the moon, and it could potentially change the course of space exploration.
20 Sri Yantra For Wealth, Prosperity and Success 2023
The Sri Yantra is a sacred geometry symbol from Hinduism and is often used in meditation practices to cultivate wealth, prosperity, and success. Here are 20 Sri Yantras and their associated meanings:
How to use bitter leaf for glowing skin, pimples, acne, dark spots and skin lightening
Bitter leaf for sweet flawless Skin!! My friend Ava inspired this post after making a post of her drinking bitter leaf juice (she makes very beautiful cakes by the way)Emmanuel AkahPublished 3 days ago in Proof
A real life Money Heist — these are the 10 biggest bank robberies of all time, including who got caught and who got away
Along with winning the lottery, robbing a bank is a time-honored technique used by people who fantasize about never having to work again.K K PradheepPublished 4 days ago in Proof
29 False Did You Know Facts
Did You Know facts are statements or claims that present interesting, lesser-known facts or trivia People often share these facts on social media, in classrooms, or in conversations to spark curiosity and initiate discussions. Unfortunately, not all Did You Know facts are true, and some may even be misleading or exaggerated.hamza saifPublished 6 days ago in Proof
Why is it better to get up at 5 in the morning?
Maybe you have heard from some places or some people. There are people who make an effort to be up at 5 a.m. even if they don't have a job. Yes, this is our subject. What is this people's love to get up at 5 in the morning?
History's Most Deadly Events": Influenza pandemic (1918-19) 20-40 million deaths;
The influenza pandemic of 1918-19, also known as the Spanish flu, is widely regarded as one of the deadliest pandemics in human history. It is estimated that between 20 and 40 million people died as a result of the pandemic, with some estimates putting the number as high as 50 million. The pandemic is also notable for its unusually high mortality rate among healthy adults, as well as its rapid spread across the globe.korjrb hdjdjhPublished 14 days ago in Proof
Inside The World's Best Speakeasy Bars
Speakeasy bars are one of the most exciting trends in the cocktail industry. These bars have a clandestine atmosphere, hidden entrances, and a strong focus on mixology and craft cocktails. They are inspired by the prohibition era in the United States, when the sale and consumption of alcohol were illegal. Today, speakeasies are legal, and they offer a unique and exclusive experience for those looking to try something new and different.
The Power of Healing Crystals
For centuries, people have used crystals and gemstones for their alleged healing properties. From ancient civilizations to modern-day spiritualists, the belief that crystals possess unique energy and healing powers has persisted throughout history. But what is the scientific basis for these claims, and is there any evidence to support the idea that healing crystals really work?Ariel ArnoldPublished 18 days ago in Proof