Bath England Ancient Ruins Artefacts Reported Richard Sermon Earliest Inhabitants Avon River Valley Durrington Walls Complex Stonehenge Atlantean Atlas Mountains Formorians (Fir Mairuaks) Morocco Moors Navigators Mining Tin Ore Cornwall

British archaeologist Richard Sermon is reporting ancient ruins and artefacts near Bath, where the hot springs of southern England are found near where the Avon River flows south into the Atlantic, the namesake of Altand/Attalan/Avalon/Atlantis, the ancient global navigators and miners, who sailed all around the world in search of gold, copper, jade, pearls, obsidian, and tin, much to be found in the tin mines of the Cornwall region southern England, to where the Formorians, the Men of Morocco, the Fir Mairuaks, first sailed and built Stonehenge, Durrington Walls, and this ancient city of the Bath hot springs.

Sermon says the ruins (fortification ditches) and artefacts (flint tools) are from 8000 B.C., but is there really 6,000 years’ worth of archaic human artefacts and ruins to be found in the countryside of England leading up to the time when Stonehenge was built circa 2000 B.C.?  Obviously not, so these ruins and artefacts from Bath are from the same people who built Stonehenge, and Durrington Walls, and who lived in the towns now submerged by the sea off the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall, the lost lands of Cantre’r Gwaelod and Lyonesse, with other submerged ruins reported in Cardigan Bay, Avalon, part of the Ice Age Atlantean global maritime empire, which was submerged when the Ice Age ended.

Read on under the various categories here to see that this all fits nicely within the Global Flood Model, as outlined in the book of Genesis in the Bible, and to see that only warmer oceans, geothermally heated, could have been the cause of the Ice Age, as mainstream scientists to this day cannot explain the cause of the Ice Age because they do not acknowledge the obviously necessitated hydrological cause for the Ice Age, heated ocean waters geothermally.  See http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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