MELENCOLIA-THE FOURTH SHIP-PART 4

Copyright Dr. Elizabeth Garner and Kathy Lawler June 11, 2014

THE FIFTH HIDDEN SHIP
THE FOURTH HIDDEN SHIP

 

This ship is located  180 degrees up from the nails that are located on the ground in front of the Melencolia. It is “traveling” in the same direction as the other ships we’ve found so far and is on the right side of the print hidden in Melencolia’s dress, which is indicating the past.

Once again it is a carrack such as we’ve seen before

The Portugeuse carrack of the 1500’s and 1600’s

The red arrow is pointing to the front hull with the distinctive side covering only partially displayed.

The yellow arrow is pointing to the bottom of the ship.

 

How many more ships will we find?

 

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6 thoughts on “MELENCOLIA-THE FOURTH SHIP-PART 4

  1. Excellent research, shocking that no-one has interrogated Durer’s reputation before. The boat to me actually looks like a World War II destroyer. Could this help your investigations?

    1. Thank you Jonathonn,

      Isn’t it shocking what everyone has missed for over 500 years? What will be published is even more astonishing. We are blown away at what is coming to light.

    2. I’ve tried to contact you at your email address, it keeps getting rejected. I would like to speak with you if possible. All email is being trapped by the guardian. How do we get around this?

    3. Actually, the carracks were the destroyers of their time. We’ve discovered all the ships and boats, and are now working on the incredible other encoded messages in the sundial and hourglass at present. Those are equally amazing. Pls contact me privately, I’d like to discuss this with you.

    1. Thank you so much Tom! Glad to see you are still enjoying these amazing discoveries everyone has overlooked about the Durers. Someone even suggested I contact the King and Queen of Portugal. Not a bad idea.

      All the best to you,

      Elizabeth

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