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Sarre, François de *

François de Sarre (1947- ) is a Franco-German zoologist, with a keen interest in evolutionary sciences and in particular bipedalism(b).

Another of his pursuits is the revised chronology of Anatoly Fomenko, Uwe Topper and others, which posits that our histories have been inflated by many hundreds of years(a).

My interest in de Sarre relates to his contention that a landbridge had existed at Gibraltar, based primarily on zoological evidence. In the same paper(c), he supports the idea of very early transatlantic travel, in both directions, similar to the theories of Stanford & Bradley [1516].

A review of his theories by Horst Friedrich is available on the Atlantisforschung website(d).


(b)  Archive 7383 *


(d) François de Sarre: »Die Landenge von Gibraltar« – (