The 500 Year Map of the World Fraud
The current world maps (Mercator Projection Map) used in schools, textbooks and relied upon by millions of people every single day is in fact, a lie. The true scale of land masses in comparison relative to one another are all wrong and gives us a very distorted representation of the world. The world we have had etched in our minds is just a lie, a distortion and misrepresentation of the true land mass areas egregiously re-sized to favor arrogant political, commercial and racial motivated biases.
The traditional “Mercator Projection Map” has a cultural and ethnic bias because of the relative and distorted sizes of the land masses creating a Eurocentric bias favoring Western civilization. For instance on the Mercator Map it represents Greenland and Africa as being roughly the same size however in reality, Africa is 4 times as large as Greenland. Africa is in fact 30.221 x 1000 sq Km
The Gall-Peters Projection Corrected Map of the World
Peters-Mercator comparison overlay
Stuart McArthur’s Universal Corrective Map
A Map of the world placing Australia at the top. Another good example of how everything is just a matter of perception. Why have maps illustrated the continent subjugated to the bottom of the globe. It is all about manipulating our perception. This map right or wrong is a good example of manipulating our perception. Who decides if the North goes on the top of the map. Why not represent the South at the top of the map. We are programmed to hold the belief that the most important things are always at the top and the least at the bottom.
The Robinson Projection World Map
The Robinson projection is a map projection of a world map which shows the entire world at once. It was specifically created in an attempt to find a good compromise to the problem of readily showing the whole globe as a flat image
The Robinson projection is neither equal-area nor conformal, abandoning both for a compromise. The creator felt this produced a better overall view than could be achieved by adhering to either. The meridians curve gently, avoiding extremes, but thereby stretch the poles into long lines instead of leaving them as points