Maps from over the years depicting or related to a Flat Earth.
Portolan maps were used to great success in the 15th - 16th centuries for their notable accuracy. So accurate were these maps that many were held to be state secrets.
Voliva's World Map
As taught in the schools of Zion, Il this map represents the official view of Mayor WIlbur Glenn Voliva. Very similar to many other flat earth maps, this one is notable in part due to its inclusion of the sun above.
Orlando Fergunson Map
Created in 1983 by Orlando Fergunson, this flat earth map shows a curvature to the surface!
A Flat Earth Map
A very common depiction of the Flat Earth.
Rowbotham's Map From Earth Not A Globe
Father of the flat earth movement in the 1800s, Samuel Rowbotham gave us this depiction in his famous work Zetetic Astronomy: Earth Not A Globe.
A Modern Flat Earth Map
A very common map created by our Society for use in online materials.
Cosmas Indicopleustes' Topographia Christiana
Christian monk Cosmas Indicopleustes' Map from Christian Topography. He was given his name 'Indicopleustes' due to his many travels. This particular work was written in Alexandria. The work was intended to be a literal biblical description of the world.
American Flat Earth Society Map
A map created by the now dormant American Flat Earth Society, a branch of the Flat Earth Society
Illustration from Christian Topography
Another work by Christian Monk Cosmas Indicopleustes in his book Christian Topography. In its twelve volumes we see he was certain the Bible showed the Earth to be flat.
Macrobius, 15th century Roman, was known for a great many works. This map shows the north as our inhabited area at the time.
Macrobian Planetary Diagram
Macrobian's Depiction of the Movement of the Planets
A Map with a circle and a t within, these flat earth maps were common in the medieval world.
Mr Shenton's Map with Apollo Flight Path
The path of the Apollo, according to former President Samuel Shenton from Patrick Moore's book: Can You Speak Venusian?
Michael Wilmore's Flat Earth Map
A map of the Flat Earth as suggested by Vice President Michael Wilmore.