Archaeological Timelines History Chronology Ancient Mesopotamia Levant China India Andes South Pacific Europe Timeframe of Atlantis Bronze Age Technology Archaic Genesis 10 Civilizations of Ice Age in Era of “Pleistocene” Lower Sea Level Underwater Megaliths Global Seafaring Navigators Herakleion Menouthis Yarmuta Old Sidon Dwaraka Yonaguni Submerged Cities Proof of Late Ice Age Causation and End

Did you ever stop to think that all the earliest cultures of building with brick or megalithic-stone, such as in the Andes, Chiapas (Mexico), England, southern Spain, Libya, Lebanon, Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, islands of the Pacific, and elsewhere, are all said to have begun their building in the 2000 to 3000 B.C. timeframe?  Is this just a coincidence?  Of course not; these cultures were known to have been master navigators, and their legends, artwork, and literature, reflect such, so that these ancient building cultures, worldwide, sprang up because of global navigation and settlement of new lands, actually in the years after the Deluge of Noah’s time, which occured circa 2400 B.C., with the clans having spread far and wide then after the Tower of Babel incident.

And further lending credence to the Genesis timeline, there are hundreds submerged megalithic or brick buildings’ sites located on the shallow seafloor in many parts of the world, looking like those most ancient structures’ ruins still onshore, apparently built in the same timeframe, circa 2000 B.C., then submerged when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 B.C., when the Exodus occurred, and the climate dried out to leave many of the ruins now in the middle of vast deserts, the climate change which ended the so-called bronze age, when Mesopotamia, northwest India, and Egypt, turned to desert.

Read on under categories Submerged Ancient Ruins and Catastrophic Climate Change, to see the compelling evidence for the biblical timeline in Genesis.  And know how the ancients measured and thereby mapped the earth, using this methodology to survey the dimensions for the Great Pyramid of Giza, by the stars; see the explanation in article #2 at

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