Mainstream scientists hate to talk about the mapping method used by the ancients (see article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com), because it proves that the ancients had the easy-ability to measure the earth by timekeeping, as we do today, but by a different rate of time (than solar transit time), but by precession time, the rate of the very slow wobble of the earth’s axis, at 72 years/degree, which just happens to be the perfect rate with which to utilize hexagon geometry to measure the earth, with the numbers falling out, base six, which are also utilized in our modern nautical mapping system; obviously no coincidence here, but I’m sure atheists would be forced to claim such, as they do with other matters of obvious intelligent design (for the benefit of humankind).
Atop archaic Nagara temples, where the six faced god Murukan was worshipped in India, are six or twelve spoked wheels, revealing the ancient roots of the hindu system of time reckoning, by yugas, increments of 432,000 years, another link to the ancient mapping method, along with the chaldean, greek, egyptian, hebrew, and atlantean number systems, based on precession timekeeping, with the greek (and apparently atlantean) olympic foot (of 12.16 inches) being 1/3,000th of the base perimeter length of the Great Pyramid of Giza, which was surveyed in royal cubits, those used by the Hebrew too. (And they would call that too merely a coincidence).
The god to be sought for success, Murukan, the god of the timekeeping system, and hence, ostensibly, of cosmic order, is a nature god, certainly characteristic of the many of the gods of Hinduism; pantheism actually, with Murukan known in the ancient Indus Valley Civilization as Ahmuvan, also known as Prajapati, the bibical Japheth, son of Noah (who is the god Manu in Hinduism), so we see that mainstream scientists are correct that these civilizations sprang up suddenly, in the 2500 B.C. timeframe, but they don’t acknowledge all this following the global deluge.
They are puzzled too at the submerged ruins found up to fifty miles out to sea off nortwest India, in the Gulf of Cambay, looking much like the ruins of Mohenjo Daro and Harappa, and ruins of hundreds of other towns and cities, of the Indus Valley Civilization, rightly reported to have begun in the 2500 B.C. timeframe, which tells those experts that the Ice Age ended after that time, actually circa 1500 B.C., when the drastic dessication of the Indus valley began, leaving many town-ruins in the middle of the Great Indian Desert. And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.