National Geographic’s Steven Stanek Reporting about Bronze Age Karnak Megaliths and Aswan Granite Quarry Shows Collapse of Ice Age Precipitation Rate to Drastically Lower the Nile to Cause the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt

National Geographic writer Steven Stanek has two articles available on the web which show that the Nile was much deeper and wider than it is today, as evidenced with newly discovered quarried canals which allowed ships and barges to go from the old kingdom’s deeper and wider Nile (during the ice age) to the inland megalithic temple complex at Karnak, near Thebes, and in the case of the Aswan granite quarry, up river from Thebes, a deep quarried canal  from the Nile, 27 feet deep, which allowed ships to go about a mile inland to the granite cliff faces which line the Nile Valley there 300 miles south of Giza and Cairo where the Nile flows out of the northeast African highlands.

Stanek reports a massive stone bulkhead wall near the temples at Karnak, parallel to the distant river, which shows geological evidence of the highwater mark of the Nile during old kingdom times, during the Ice Age, when the Nile was twice as wide, and about 20 feet deeper there, about three times the flow which it is today.  But Spanek is constrained to not make this obvious conclusion from that hard evidence because mainstream academics, such as National Geographic, are constrained by mainstream science to not acknowledge that such greater volume of the flow of the Nile must have been during the Ice Age, because they say the Ice Age ended 7,000 years before the Egyptian civilization began.

Checkout those articles, the one about the river-wall at Karnak is “Surprise Finds at Egypt Temple Change Everything,” by Stanek, just google it, you’ll see the link, and the one about the canal to the cliff quarry at Aswan is “Canal Linking Ancient Egypt Quarry to Nile Found,” by Stanek, just google that title too and you’ll see the link. 

Egyptologists also acknowledge that the Nile was much higher at Giza when the Great Pyramid and Sphinx were built, but they are obviously constrained to not state the obvious again, that those were built during the Ice Age, when it was much rainier there, in the centuries after the Deluge which caused the warmer oceans for the greater evaporation rates for the dense cloud-cover of the Ice Age.  The disasters which befell ancient Egypt when the Ice Age ended are described in the Ipuwer Papyrus, the same disasters described in the Bible in the account about the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt. 

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