Bronze Age Artefacts Syro Phoenician Canaanite Ships Maritime Trade Routes Southern Spain Sierra Morena Mines Atlantean Plain of Tarshish Tartessos Tarsisi of Assyrian Cuneiform Tablets Eastern Atlantic Commerce with King David Israel Hiram of Tyre Tyrus Suriyya Syria Hittite Mariners of Byblos Sons of Canaan Table of Nations Spread Abroad Atlantis Origins Explanation Biblical History Torah Genesis Interpretation Ancient Mediterranean History

Did you know that there are hundreds of submerged bronze age ruins in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic?  You won’t read about them in your archaeology textbooks, but just google submerged ruins Greece, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Spain, Japan, or India, and you’ll see the evidence is truly overwhelming that the end of the Ice Age, with its prodigious sea level rise, occurred much later than mainstream scientists are willing to admit, which makes the biblical account of ancient history in Genesis look more golden all the time, with the Ice Age (caused by the warmer ocean after Noah’s Flood) having ended at the time that the Exodus occurred, when the climate of Egypt and the rest of the world changed, because the cloudcover had greatly decreased by that time.

When you realize that Plato was mistaken about the date 9600 B.C. that the empire of Atlantis went under (as did much of Greece), and that there are a multitude of ruins submerged in the area of Gibraltar (the Pillar of Hercules), the rest of the Atlantis story reported by Plato makes sense, with bronze age weaponry and navigation described, not at all what archaeologists would expect at circa 9600 B.C., which is why they call the Atlantis story foolish, but thoroughly refuted if you read on under category Catastrophic Climate Change.

The Table of Nations in Genesis 10 perfectly matches the archaic names of the region of Gibraltar, the homeland of the Atlantean Empire, in the shadow of the Atlas Mountains, because Atlas was a son of Sidon (Plato’s Posidon), and Sidon was a son of Canaan (a son of Ham), and the ancient name for the plain of southern Spain, just south of the fabulously mineral-rich Sierra Morena mountains, was Tarshish, later known as Tartessos, and Tarshish was a grandson of Japheth, so you can see that the tale of Atlantis makes much sense when you correct the date, which obviously was around 1500 B.C., unless you want to believe that megalithic building and global navigation was ongoing circa 10000 B.C., and if so, what were they doing between then and 2000 B.C., taking a timeout?

I hope you review article #2 at, to see the methodology by which those intrepid syro phoenician navigators sailed actually around the globe, during the Ice Age, when the great civilizations of the ancient post Deluge world were built, many of them now submerged since the end of the Ice Age, when the climate dried out drastically, leaving many ancient ruins now in the deserts of the world today.

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