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A group of historians found in 1929 at theTopkapi Palace in Istanbul, Turkey, something fascinating. Imprinted on an old Gazelle skin dated 1513, they discovered a segment of an amazing map. This map seemed to depict part of the Atlantic Ocean and included the Americas and Antarctica in perfect detail.
The map came to be named after its creator (Piri Reis) and even now the debate continues. Did Piri Reis was lucky with cartographic guesswork? Or did the Turkish admiral have access to charts and maps created by an advanced race, living on the planet thousands of years ago or something else?

Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin

Entity that came to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: Were there maps at Christopher Columbus’ disposal? I ask it because the historians speak a lot about this possibility.
Ruanel: There were maps, but they were incomplete. Columbus knew with all certainty that there were new lands because his thetan was constantly dictating to him and he even knew that there were ices in the south.
Interlocutor: Definitely, Columbus was a great medium.
Ruanel: Of course. That is the source of his tremendous conviction.
Interlocutor: That’s clear. But how about the maps Didn’t they give him also assurance?
Ruanel: No, not at all. In that time there was no map that could give him the slightest certainty that there were other lands.
Interlocutor: But Didn't he have in his hands the maps of Piri Reis?
Ruanel: The maps of Piri Reis are subsequent to Columbus death, therefore they could never have been in his hands, the real maps of Piri Reis were incomplete and they didn't show new lands.
Interlocutor: Are you telling me that those maps are false?
Ruanel: Correct.
Interlocutor: I don’t understand.
Ruanel: The maps that are attributed to Piri Reis are not those that he drew, because they were redrawn by other cartographers who added other geographical data that were already known for sure.
Interlocutor: The map of Piri Reis that I show you and I got from Internet, Is it false then?
Ruanel: Correct. I repeat that the original maps of Piri Reis were completely lacking they didn't indicate new lands at all.
Interlocutor: Well, I admit that I didn't expect this. In fact I thought that Piri Reis had had some extraterrestrial contact.
Ruanel: No, not at all, his maps were modified by other cartographers. It is as if I sketched with some few lines a face and then others came and completed the eyes, the nose, mouth and ears.
Interlocutor: I understand. So, Piri Reis didn't make any fraud.
Ruanel: No he did not.
Interlocutor: Definitely, an entire false history was weaved about those maps.
Ruanel: Totally. They are not the original maps.
Interlocutor: So that there is no doubt, when the cartographers modified the maps of Piri Reis they added geographical data they already knew with certainty?
Ruanel: Exactly. That is the absolute truth.
Interlocutor: More fraud, impossible. Could not Columbus have any visible map that gave him the certainty of something?
Ruanel: Correct. The certainty of Columbus came fundamentally from his Higher-self or Thetan.
Interlocutor: What you say is absolutely categorical!
Ruanel: I emphasize that the discovery of Columbus is only his merit.
Interlocutor: Well. I won't insist more because I consider this issue properly clarified.

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