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Did you ever wonder what a coincidence that fairly accurate dates for ancient events go back to only the 2000 B.C. timeframe, when the tribesmen of archaic Greece, Egypt, Babylon, and Rama, were building their sophisticated cities, and that the biblical post Deluge timeline goes back to that same timeframe, when Nimrod, Tarshish, Cush, Canaan, and the rest, were building and expanding their kingdoms?  Mainstream archaelogists will tell you that ancient kings’ lists of Sumer (Babylon), from Berosus, and Egypt, from Manetho, go back to circa 3000 B.C., but that is based on the demonstrably false assumption that actually contemporaneous rulers of various city states of those respective generic kingdoms (lower Mesopotamia and all of Egypt) ruled sequentially, disproven by luminaries such as Sirs James Breasted and Isaac Newton,

So the mainstreamers’ ancient timeline (back to 3000 B.C.) is certainly exaggerated, leaving the biblical timeline “coincidentally” in line with documented (post Deluge) history, despite the “unquestionable carbon 14 dating proofs” that the ancient cities (and the “mesolithic” and “neolithic” sites near them) are older than circa 2000 B.C.  The false carbon 14 dates are because of excess carbon 12 in the atmosphere because of the volcanism of the Ice Age, which began after the Deluge, and ended circa 1500 B.C., when not coincidentally, the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt occurred, because of catastrophically disastrous climate change at that time, chronicled in the ancient egyptian Ipuwer Papyrus, and becoming acknowledged by mainstream scientists such as archaeologist Harvey Weiss of Yale, who knows that climate change was the factor which ended the Bronze Age (really the Ice Age too).

Skeptics of the Bible, many of them in mainstream academia, rant that the megalithic structures, many of them stepped pyramids and cities, which were built all around the world in the 2000 B.C. timeframe, could not have been built by the progeny of the eight survivors of the Deluge on Noah’s Ark, which came to rest in the “mountains of Ararat” circa 2350 B.C.  But by Abraham’s time, circa 2000 B.C., figuring conservatively 20 offspring per couple (because they lived longer, in descending longevity, for around twenty generations after the Flood), there were many millions of people in the world, plenty to have built the great ancient civilizations, many of which are now submerged on the shallow seafloor, since the end of the Ice Age, a fact which really puts a crimp in the mainstremers’ timeline for the date of the end of the Ice Age, which they say ended circa 10000 B.C.

Now how did those tribes rapidly disperse to all parts of the globe (see the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings by Hapgood) during the Ice Age?  Well of course, much by sea, by transoceanic navigation, but how did they chart their courses, knowing the route to return?  It’s really quite simple, see article #2 at, by the base six wobble rate of the earth’s axis, 72 years per degree, the timekeeping numbers of our nautical mile mapping system, showing that God’s intelligent design of the universe certainly played a major role in the ancients’ ability to repopulate the earth after the Flood, as instructed in the book of Genesis.

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