- The Columbus Fraud in our History books
- Historian Manuel Rosa Claims Haitian Shipwreck is Not Columbus’s Santa Maria
- Exposing fraud in Columbus history books
Manuel Rosa vehemently disagrees that a recently discovered ship wreck is the remains of the Santa Maria; one of three ships used by Christopher Columbus on his famous journey and supposed discovery of the “Americas”.
Rosa claims, the vessel did not sink, as Columbus declared, but was purposely dragged up onto the beach of Caracol, re-christened Natividad and ordered shot side-to-side by a cannonball on January 2, 1493. “This cannonball intentionally disabled and marooned the Santa Maria,” claims Rosa.
Books by Manuel Rosa