Ivar Zapp and George Erikson,
Atlantis in America: Navigators of the Ancient World,
Adventures Unlimited Press, 1998.
Atlantis in America presents evidence that the civilizations
of the past did not exist in isolation. Ancient navigators were the
link that allowed constant exchange of ideas and goods. This challenges
the academic establishment and the "official" history, yet
how else can you explain the fact that many of Egyptian mummies show
traces of coca and tobacco? The seafarers from Africa, China, Polynesia,
and the Mediterranean that met in Americas were an essential part of
the ancient world.