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Folkscanomy: Off-Center and Outsider
by Mr. Meru
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World map made by Paulus Merula in 1605 has some extra land not seen on todays maps. You'll notice the hidden land at the North Pole which doesn't appear on maps anymore. This same land mass can be seen on Gerard Mercator's first map of the North Pole in much more detail. You can find his map on my channel as well. Strange how two different explorers saw land at the North Pole that doesn't exist anymore. Link to  Gerard Mercator's North Pole map:  ...
Topics: Paulus Merula, 1605, Mercator, North Pole, conspiracy, explorers, world map, old maps, hidden land,...
Folkscanomy: Off-Center and Outsider
by Mr. Meru
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Map of the North Pole made in 1640 by Jan Jansson in Amsterdam. The reason I posted this map was because there seems to be more than one North Pole here. There appears to be nine of them including the one in the center. The curved lines joining these "poles" together almost appear to look like magnetic field lines when magnets come close to each other. The 4 outermost  poles all rest on the Arctic Circle. All the outer poles are drawn to point toward the center. I have heard before...
Topics: North Pole, magnets, field lines, electromagnetism, maps, old maps, ancient maps, 1640, Jan...
Folkscanomy: Off-Center and Outsider
by Mr. Meru
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Much different from today's maps, and requires further investigation. 1st map was made by Gerard Mercator in 1595. You will notice the large land mass in the center is no longer seen on maps anymore. Only a large ice sheet remains. Looks like Mercator saw something up there they don't want us to see . There are some other smaller land masses shown that don't exist on maps of today as well. An Island called 'Frif Land" which is located between Greenland and Iceland has been removed....
Topics: North Pole, Mercator, map, Rupes Nigra, 1595, flat earth, ancient maps, Hyperborea, Avalon, Wizard...