Pearls occupy a privileged place in Eastern Europe and many Eastern cultures for thousands of years. Long before the West discovered these precious drops of dew, adorned with the aristocracy of the East. Not only have they been valued for their beauty and finesse in awe, inspiring many legends and beliefs, how they were formed instead of talking. According dewdrops old Arab legends moonlight fell into the ocean filled, they were out of oysters, which makes swallowing the beads. Ancient Chinese believed that pearls are formed in the brains of dragons, while a Polynesian myth tells Oro, the Polynesian god of peace and fertility, came to Earth on a rainbow, and offered a shell especially for men. The Arabs believed pearls represents perfection and fullness, while the Chinese consider the natural black pearl as a symbol of wisdom.
Pearls have always fascinated mankind, because the story of how it is formed and connected. It is believed that Christopher Columbus brought pearls U.S. soil, has his third voyage in bags exchange beads along the coast of Venezuela. Queen Elizabeth 1 (1533-1603) also had a great passion for pearl necklaces. Bank obtained their pearls pearl beds Manaar Gulf, Indian Ocean, Persian Gulf, Red Sea, etc.
Browse the world map will show you the seven continents of the Earth, namely Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia and Antarctica. Australia and the Antarctic continent is far from other continents. But continents like Asia and Europe has a mass of earth, which is why it is also known as Eurasia. Until recently, Africa was connected to the Eurasian landmass to the north-east of Egypt. Africa was broken by Eurasia with the completion of the famous Suez Canal in 1869. On the other side of the world, continents of North and South America a land mass separate Siamese before the Panama Canal in 1914. Does this mean that all continents to date, only one massive landmass?
Proponents of the theory