Dive Scuba Opportunities Locations Underwater Ruins Atlantean Sites Atlantis Resort Paradise Island Nassau Bahamas North Bimini Island Dive Photos Submarine Archaic Megalithic Ruins Marble Columns Gables Flooded Kingdoms of Ice Age Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings by Charles Hapgood

The closest Bahama Island to the U.S., North Bimini, only 50 miles from Florida, offers a great dive opportunity to see some of the ruins of the Atlantean Empire.  Five miles north offshore from North Bimini island, 30 meters down, are megalithic ruins, bases of stone block walls, fallen columns and marble gables, from an ice age temple which was submerged when the sea level rose when the Ice Age ended.  See some photos at http://mysterious-america.net/bimini2007.html, scrolling down near the bottom to see the gable and columns, and there are other ruins in the areas, so while you’re vacationing at the Atlantis Resort Paradise Island, checkout those submerged ruins, the local scuba outfitters should be able to help you with the exact locations of the sites, so call and/or email them ahead of time.

These are ruins of the vast atlantean empire, whose coastal port facilities, temples, and fortresses, were submerged by the sea when the Ice Age ended, much later than popularly advertised, as the submerged ruins found in many parts of the world are clearly bronze age vintage, big stone blocks, brick facades, columns, gables, statues, the whole bit, found submerged off Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Malta, Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Spain, the Teneriffes, and the Bahamas, as well as, off India, Japan, and islands of the Pacific, the bronze age (which was the Ice Age) world of precise global navigation, by the astronomically-derived methodology explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, which was utilized to also survey the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza, evidenced with maps cited by Charles Hapgood in his classic work Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings.

See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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