Submerged Kingdoms Poseidon Sea Gods Ancient Spain Morocco Gibraltar Atlantis Atlas Mountains Saturn Libya Chronos Greek God Time Mapping Surveying Archaic Distance Measures Bronze Age World Navigators Atlantida Atlantika Spanish Palos Moguer Ancient Port Cities Since Ice Age Sea Level Rise Elena Maria Whishaw Atlantis in Spain

In Elena Maria Whishaw’s classic book, Atlantis in Spain, she notes the legends about Atlantida, the lost land of Atlantis, in the ancient ancestral lore of the people of southern Spain, specifically in the port towns of Moguer and Palos (from where Columbus sailed to the Antilles), the ancient legend about port cities which were lost to the sea.  And not coincidentally, as many of the locals well know there now, are the submerged ruins of Atlantis, stone block ruins now submerged off Huelva (near Palos), and on down the coast off Cadiz, Zaharas do los Atunes beach, and Tarifa (near Gibraltar), ruins now documented by many divers, some of them on film.

But these ruins are inconvenient to mainstream scientists because they would have us believe that Plato’s story of Atlantis is a fairytale, that bronze age ships, weapons, and builidings (described by Plato) could not have been in the 9600 B.C. timeframe (which is when Plato said the maritime empire of Atlantis went under), because those weapons and constructions were of the 2000 B.C. timeframe, not the 10000 B.C. timeframe, and so, the submerged ruins indicate that the Ice Age ended after 2000 B.C., putting a real crimp in their darwinian timeline.

However, the submerged bronze age megalithic ruins confirm the reality of Platos’s Atlantis, so scientists must deal with their date for the end of the Ice Age, as Plato obviously had it wrong too, perhaps writing 9,000 solar cycles before Solon’s time for the submergence of Atlantis, rather than 9,000 lunar cycles, because the egyptian priests were the ones who told the Greeks the story, and they were certainly prone to great exaggeration.  (And the greek flood of Ogyges, known by Plato from greek legend, was in the 1500 B.C. timeframe, with the reign of Cecrops beginning 189 years later, so Plato really should have reconsidered 9,000 “solar” cycles back .)

Very interesting is the fact that the Greeks learned of the atlantean gods, Posidon, Atlas, and Chronus, from the Egyptians and Libyans, those gods incorporated into their greek pantheon, but the ancient Spaniards, whose cities now are submerged there off the coast of southern Spain certainly, didn’t need to learn about it from the Egyptians nor Libyans, as they were there, and if fact, the ancient libyan empire, circa 2000 B.C., was part of the atlantean empire, which Plato said extended both inside and outside the Pillars of Hercules (the Straits of Gibraltar), so effectively, it was the Libyans (Temehu, Atlanteans) who supplied the information for Plato’s Atlantis story, perhaps themselves exaggerating the backtime to when the sea level rose to submerge the ancient ruins now found in hundreds of locations in various regions of the world, including off the coast of Egypt and Greece (see category Submerged Ancient Ruins).

It’s shocking enough to mainstream scientists that the Atlantis tale (except the date) is true, so that (therefore) the Ice Age ended much later than they have been saying is a real tough pill to swallow too, and the fact that Chronus/Saturn, Hercules, Posidon, and Atlas, were respectively the biblical characters Ham, Nimrod, Sidon, and a son of Sidon (Atlas), makes it just about enough to drive them mad, particularly when they realize that Atlas and Chronus (the time man) were master navigators, having measured the earth accurately, by the methodology described in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, the same methodology utilized the survey the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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