Mysterious Lost Civilizations Flooded Kingdoms Ice Age Undersea World of Megalithic City States Nautical Archaeology of Rama Empire Kumari Kandam Atlantis Ancient Coastal Cities on Shallow Continental Shelf Historical Recollections of Bronze Age Inundations of Herakleion Menouthis Pelasgian Athenian Archaic Stonework Underwater Archaeology

Hindu vedic literature describes the inundation by the sea which drowned two ancient kingdoms of India; Kumari Kandam, now submerged off southern India, and the Rama Empire, of ancient northwest India, much of it now submerged on the continental shelf in the Gulf of Cambay and Gulf of Kutch, submerged when the Ice Age ended which caused sea level to rise a few hundred feet, consuming 25 million square miles of low-lying land worldwide in the process, with ruins of those cities now found submerged from Mahabalipuram of southeast India down to Cape Cormorin on the southern tip, and ruins of huge brick cities which have been discovered out to 50 miles from nortwest India’s coast, in 100 feet of water, submerged when the Ice Age ended, which according to the timeframe of that vedic literature, was at around 1500 B.C., not coincidentally, when the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt occurred.

And submerged in the Mediterranean are ruins of the ancient Athenian Empire described by Plato, said to have been dominated by the Pelasgians (of the line of Shem), who built many of the earliest megalithic structures of Greece, some of which are now found submerged off Elafonisi, Platygiali, Samothrace, Astakos, and Abdera, submerged when the sea level rose with the end of the Ice Age.  These submerged ruins are of the maritme power which fought Atlantis, as explained by Plato, but not 9,000 years before Plato’s time, it was 9,000 lunar cycles before his time, circa 1500 B.C., when the coastal cities of Ice Age times were consumed.

The ruins of the Atlanteans who fought ancient Athens are found now submerged in the Gibraltar region, off Spain, at Tarifa, Chipiona, Rota, Cadiz, and Huelva, off Morocco near Tangiers, and just east of Gibraltar, and off the northern shore of the island of Malta near Gozo, as well as, the submerged ruins of ancient Herakleion and Menouthis near Alexandria, Egypt, and a few hundred more submerged ruins’ sites which have been reported in many parts of the world, off Okinawa and Bimini, to name a few more locations.

This ancient flooding is documented in much ancient literature and legend, confirmed by the submerged ruins, so why do mainstream scientists insist that the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., about 7,000 years before megalithic building of temples, citadels, stone streets, and brick houses, is agreed to have begun?  I guess you’ll have to ask them, and also, ask them to refer to this website, to see what they say about the mountain of evidence confirming this timeline which falls right in line with the Genesis account.  Is that the reason the mainstream scientists don’t like this timeline?  You can bank it.

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