Scientific Critique Book Review of Graham Hancock’s Underworld Fingerprints of the Gods Evidence Analytic Timeline Problems with Antediluvian Premise of Graham Hancock’s Underworld Fingerprints of the Gods Young Earth Creationism Alternative Archaeology Writer Graham Hancock Flooded Kingdoms of the Genesis Ice Age

Graham Hancock, author of Underworld and Fingerprints of the Gods, has unwittingly supplied much evidence corrobrating the timeline of the book of Genesis, in proving that sophisticated archaic megalithic-building cultures flourished during the Ice Age, proven by their submerged ruins now on the shallow seafloor, but he chooses to insert 7,000 years of no such building, between 10000 B.C., which is when mainstream scientists say the Ice Age ended, and about 3000 B.C., the general timeframe for when archaeologists say megalithic building, such as at archaic Baalbek in Cannaan, began.

Hancock admits that the submerged ruins look as if they are “bronze age,” but chooses to conform to the mainstreamers’ date for the end of the Ice Age at circa 10000 B.C., inserting 7,000 years of timeout from such building (ostensibly), until they began again when Baalbek, the Great Pyramid, and (actually) the submerged ruins found around the world were built (see category Submerged Ancient Ruins), but if he went with what common sense he may have left, he should be able to see that the biblical timeline, with the Ice Age having ended circa 1500 B.C., when the Exodus occured, matches the evidence.

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