Atlantis in Spain Morocco Gibraltar Pillars Hercules Atlantean Plain Sierra Morena Archaic Tharsis Tartessos Mines Ships of Tarshish King Solomon Flooded Kingdoms of Ice Age Underwater Ruins Nautical Archaeology Huelva Onuba Chipiona Tangiers Tarifa Cadiz Rota Submerged Megaliths of Phoenician Global Navigators from “Pleistocene” Canaan Levant Eastern Mediterranean Trading Relationships with Iberia Eber Spain Atlantida

In the Old Testament, at the time of King Solomon (circa 950 B.C.), mention is made of the great sailing ships of Tarshish, global navigators who controlled far-flung mining interests, preeminent among them the rich gold, silver, and copper deposits of the Sierra Morena mountains of southern Spain, the richest mining area, by far, in the ancient world; those intrepid bronze age people there who are remembered by the Spaniards as the Tharsins, the same as the Tarshish (grandson of Japheth) in the Bible, who built temples and fortresses there in the 2000 B.C. timeframe, shipping the bronze they made with their copper combined with tin from Cornwall, Britain, to the bronze hungry eastern Mediterranean, in the phoenician ships you’ve seen in the movies.

Mainstream archaeologists are finally coming around to admit that much oceanic seafaring was ongoing during the “bronze age,” circa 2000 B.C., but they aren’t yet coming around to admit that the lack of evidence of port facilities for the bronze age trading cultures in the eastern Atlantic and the Mediterranean is explained by the fact that those ancient coastal trade cities, many of them of megalithic construction, are now submerged offshore, off southern Spain for instance, off Huelva (ancient Onuba), Rota, Chipiona, Zaharas de los Atunes beach, and Tarifa, as well as, off the coast of Tangiers, Morocco; all right where Plato said they should be, near the Pillars of Hercules, acknowledged to be Gibraltar, in the shadow of the Atlas Mountains, and the Sierra Morena’s to the north.

Plato said that the empire of Atlantis extended both inside and outside the Pillars of Hercules, confirmed by the many submerged ruins along Africa’s Mediterranean coast; and off Egypt, the ancient ruins of Herakleion and Menouthis, and off Canaan (son of Ham), the native homeland of the Phoenicians, are the submerged ruins of ancient Sidon and Yarmuta, also not yet acknowledged by mainstream archaeologists, but now having been fully documented on film (so why doesn’t National Geographic show us these pictures on their channel?)

The plain of southern Spain fits the description of Plato’s Atlantis, with the mountains to the north, where extensive mining was carried out, this was during the Ice Age, when sea level was lower, when the ruins now submerged off southern Spain were coastal trading hubs, exporting the minerals of the Sierra Morena to the big civilizations of the eastern Mediterranean.  And when you realize that the Ice Age actually ended circa 1500 B.C., sense is made of the megalithic constructions now on the shallow seafloor, and the dramatic climate change which devastated the middle latitudes of the earth, when ancient Egypt, the Middle East, and northwest India, became deserts, where before, during the Ice Age, they were well watered lands with much more rainfall, as mainstream scientists are coming to realize.

And to see how the ancients measured and mapped the earth by the wobble rate of the earth’s axis, which is 72 years/degree, as corroborated by the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Hapgood), see article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, to understand the real reason for the length of the universal ancient cubit, and why all those precession numbers pop up in ancient legends and architectures.  And be sure to checkout http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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