On the continental shelves, submerged since the Ice Age ended, are hundreds of ancient ruins’ sites, most of them in the Old World of the Mediterranean, eastern Atlantic, and from India to Japan as well, many of which are megalithic, hewn stone building blocks for walls, paved streets, temples, and warfage structures certainly of ice age port cities which were consumed by the sea when the sea level rose a few hundred feet when the Ice Age snowpack melted.
These cities were clearly of bronze age vintage, like the ruins you see at Mycenae, Greece, or at Mohenjo Daro, India, or Seville, Spain, the seaport cities for those large inland ice age cities having been those whose ruins are now found offshore, both land and sea ruins apparently built by the same civilizations, not before circa 10000 B. C. when the mainstream scientists say the Ice Age ended, but really circa 1500 B. C., confirmed by Plato’s account in his Dialogues, Critias and Timaeus, where 9,000 lunar cycles, not 9,000 solar cycles before Solon’s tim, matches the circa 1500 B. C. date for the actual time of the end of the Ice Age, confirmed by the bronze age vintage ruins now found on the shallow seafloor.
Submerged ruins have been photographed off Lebanon, Israel, Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, Morocco, Algeria, and Libya, and off Iran, in the Persian Gulf, and off India, Japan, and islands of the Pacific as well, but mainstream scientists are trying to ignore them all simply because the ”submergies” are clear evidence that the Ice Age ended in the 1500 B. C. timeframe, when not coincidentally scientists are admitting there was a great climate change which ended the archaic bronze age period.
When the ice age ended, Egypt and the Middle East turned to dust, when actually the Exodus occurred, and when the Aryans swept down into India from the Middle East, and the mysterious Sea Peoples invaded the eastern Mediterranean from the west, from the empire of Atlantis, which Plato said stretched both inside the Straits of Gibraltar, as far as Italy and Libya, and outside the Straits too, including the many ruins now submerged off Cadiz, Rota, Tarifa, Chipiona, and Huelva, of the ancient kingdom of Tarshish, also known as part of the empire of Atlantis. To see how they accurately navigated and mapped the earth during those days, by the very slow wobble rate of the earth’s axis actually, see article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com.
And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.