Sergei Golovin on Old Black Sea Infilling

August 31, 2007

My good friend, Sergei Golovin of, located in Crimea on the Black Sea, has assisted me in putting together the model and timeline which fits the evidence available, and which, little doubt, will be further confirmed as new evidence rolls in.

As Sergei (and his daughter Zhenya) and my research shows, the Russians and the Greeks knew that the Old Black Sea, which was an inland lake during the Ice Age, was infilled by the then rising ocean, during the time of the ancient Greek King Dardanus (Dardan), because of the end of the Ice Age, the sea rose up the river valley, now the Dardanelles and Bosporus Strait, to pour into the Black Sea, to raise it’s level by about 100 meters, because the world ocean rose at a rate of about a meter per year, creeping up that Ice Age river, now the Dardanelles and Bosporus, which flowed from the Old Black Sea (big lake) down to the Aegean.

Sergei is doing some great work in Crimea (Cimmeria, Gimmera, Gomera, Gomer, son of Japheth), so check out his website, and the soon to be released documentary which we helped produce, “Dark Secrets of the Black Sea.”

This material will be covered in depth (no pun intended) in my upcoming book release Dancing from Genesis, as well as, in the soon to be released documentary entitled Dark Secrets of the Black Sea, in which Sergei and myself, and luminaries such as William Ryan (Columbia University) and Petko Dimitrov (top Black Sea expert from Bulgaria), tell the story of the Black Sea, how, when, and why, it infilled when the Ice Age ended.

Hindu Yugas of Time and the Great Pyramid

August 29, 2007

The Hindus, mentioned below about the submerged ruins of Ice Age Dwarka, count their epochs of time in multiples of 432,000 years, their “yugas” of time.  The Norse had 432,000 Warriors of Valhalla in one of their legends, and the Great Pyramid is a reduced embodiment of the dimensions of the Earth by a factor of 43,200.  The “precession numbers” explained in article #2 at are intertwined in ancient legends and architectures from seemingly disparate people groups, see the root of all that, and the root of our modern nautical mile mapping system in the article.

I will be posting blogs under Ancient Navigation which will delve further into this ancient interrelationship of cultures by the celestial mapping methodology described in the article, and I hope you show the material in the article to your associates, it solves the riddle of the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza. 

Video of Submerged Dwaraka Ruins

August 28, 2007

It’s spelled Dwaraka or Dwarka, see some of the submerged ruins of the first Dwarka at may take you to the cover page, if so, enter and click on history then Dwaraka),  scroll down to just below the second picture which is of “Krishna Kanhiya,” and click on “Lost/submerged ruins of Dwaraka.”  Go to minute 6 of the video if you’re in a hurry (it’s about 10 minutes long), but it’s a nice little documentariette all the way through.

The old, now submerged, Dwaraka was also known as Kusushthali, named after the Kush of the Bible, the namesake also of the Hindu-Kush Mountains, and the Bay of Kutch, and you will see many other Biblical names popping up as we study ancient history and geography, such as, that Posidon means Father Sidon, and Sidon was a son of Canaan, a son of Ham, as was Kush.

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Underwater Rama Ruins Recognized by UNESCO

August 27, 2007

Although they blame it on a tsunami, the submerged Rama Empire ruins off Dwarka, northwest India, have been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thought by the Hindus to have been submerged at around 1500 B.C., but some experts say it went under because of a tsunami.  Would somebody please tell these experts that when tsunamis come in, they shortly thereafter go back out?

Have you ever heard of a tsunami come in and cause a coastal city to suddenly become permanent ruins on the seafloor?  No, these killer waves return to the sea when the damage has been done.  The palpable desperation of the experts to explain the Bronze Age ruins on the shallow seafloor by saying a wave did it is really comical, when you think about it, so keep this in mind, as we watch the mainstreamers jump through flaming hoops trying to explain away the obvious, that the Ice Age coastal cities went under when the Ice Age ended.

Let’s Get This Thing Rolling

August 27, 2007

Good to have my blog going, I have alot to say, many new findings to discuss, new ways to look at ancient history, which honor much of the content of ancient literature and legends, to which mainstream science, by and large, turns a blind eye. 

I’m currently writing my third book, “Dancing from Genesis,” so to get a taste for some of the themes in the new book, please read the two short articles at  Hold on to your hat, and when you have questions or comments, please contact me through that website, or through