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thanks, and YES you are right I've been delving into the past to read interesting stories..... this one struck me as extremely plausible and probable..

i think even before the Mandinka ( mali) people sailed across the Atlantic was already an established route, if anyone remembers the case of the Egyptian mummy having coco and tobacco leaves inside the sycapogus that kinda explains it.

i was doing a lot of reading and i have this habit of turning of my history on my browser just in case of a police bust LOL

but i watched a lecture from al-Andalus university on this very topic only last night, and now i can't find it,

still looking ill find it eventually and ill post it...

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when he says a " powerful river running through the ocean" he is referring to the equatorial currents ( trade winds)

remember that salt was worth more than gold back in the 13th century, merchants even used salt as currency!

the al andulas lecture also mentioned that the men didn't have to row once they were in the equatorial current and their sails were down even then they managed to cover 60 to 100 mile per day on a journey of 5000 miles.....

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Appropriate: The Goddess Libertas
https://mysticalshores.com/2017/02/01/t ... -libertas/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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ive been doing more research about Abu bakri and the Mandinka of mali.. from what ive researched about the Sunni Hanafi Islam is they wouldn't have carved human images on a rock as per Islamic Jurisprudence, but dunno i am guessing

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ripper5 wrote:Appropriate: The Goddess Libertas
https://mysticalshores.com/2017/02/01/t ... -libertas/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Statue of Liberty is The Goddess Libertas. !!! Cool

@Dill: "..Islamic jurisprudence ", I wonder if that's where Christian 'Thou shalt not have graven images ofGod', No Idolatry, Came from.
Have you seen that Taboo about human images in other cultures? First I heard of it.

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Intrinsic wrote:
ripper5 wrote:Appropriate: The Goddess Libertas
https://mysticalshores.com/2017/02/01/t ... -libertas/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Statue of Liberty is The Goddess Libertas. !!! Cool

@Dill: "..Islamic jurisprudence ", I wonder if that's where Christian 'Thou shalt not have graven images ofGod', No Idolatry, Came from.
Have you seen that Taboo about human images in other cultures? First I heard of it.
in Sunni Islam, even drawings of humans and animals are haraam (forbidden) just like in the bible ( 2nd commandment)

that's why i am on the fence with the Olmecs being the Mandinka, there isn't much info out there either just a few paragraphs on someone's university thesis,

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theres no end to compromises any of us would reach in a similar situation...
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Intrinsic wrote:
ripper5 wrote:Appropriate: The Goddess Libertas
https://mysticalshores.com/2017/02/01/t ... -libertas/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Statue of Liberty is The Goddess Libertas. !!! Cool

@Dill: "..Islamic jurisprudence ", I wonder if that's where Christian 'Thou shalt not have graven images ofGod', No Idolatry, Came from.
Have you seen that Taboo about human images in other cultures? First I heard of it.

i found this link
i cant find the lecture i saw by this Californian man, but this is a good one until i find the vid was talking about in my earlier post..


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if the Mandinka knew of the pyramids and masonry they well could have built the ziggurats in south America... the OLMECS were known for their building skills....


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watched half of that last one
guy claims the olmec's are distinguishable in history more than a thousand years bc...
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