Phoenicians in Brazil
Brazil is full of vestiges that corroborate the Phoenician presence in its lands and everything indicates that they concentrated their occupation in the northeastern region. A little away from the Longá and Parnaiba rivers’ confluence, in Piaui state, there is a lake where Phoenician shipyards and a harbour with a place reserved to tie the “Carpássios” (old long traveling ships) were discovered.
Phoenicians in America: Is the Paraiba Stone of Brazil Genuine?
Based on the interpretation of former scholars, a current Hebrew dictionary and a survey of the contemporary inscriptions and writing, the Phoenician Paraiba Stone inscription reads:
Evidences the Phoenicians colonized the Americas and New Zealand…
Over 2,000 years before Columbus discovered America and the Portuguese circumnavigated Africa and Magellan ventured on the Pacific Ocean… the intrepid and adventurous mariners Chaldeans and Phoenicians of the Near East had effectively colonized the Americas (South and North) and established trading centers in the Pacific Ocean Islands and New Zealand.
Were King Solomon’s Mines in America?