Old Kingdom Egypt Five Branches Arms Nile River Delta Canopic Branch Much Greater Nile Flow Volume Holocene Bronze Age National Geographic Special Ancient Egyptian Granite Stone Quarrying Aswan Rock Cut Barge Transport Canal Pharoahs’ Building Quarry Great Sphinx Paws Nile Level Much Higher Ice Age Aswan Granite Trade Old Kingdom Egypt Granite Obelisks Statues Temples Heraklion Menouthis Canopus Submerged Megalithic Momuments Buildings Stone Ruins Offshore Alexandria When was Nile River Flow Much Greater Reduced Climate Change Global Dessication End of Ice Age Date Exodus Time of Moses Proof Natural Calamities Ipuwer Papyrus Global Warming Harvey Weiss Yale Archaeology

Mainstream scientists say the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., but considering only the flow levels of the Nile through Egypt’s ancient history, it becomes apparent that the mainstreamers are way off on their date, way way off in fact, because during old kingdom times, the Nile flowed so deep and wide that it lapped at the paws of the Sphinx at Giza, provided so much flow that there were five branches of the river in the Nile delta, where now are only two, and the most western branch of the five, the canopic branch, was the main connection to the nations of the Mediterranean, with two large cities built at its mouth, now submerged four miles from shore near Alexandria, built about a millenia after the submergence of those great most ancient port cities, Menouthis and Heraklion, submerged on the ice age paleo shoreline mouth of the now extinct canopic branch of the Nile.

And the granite used for many of the monuments and temples of the now submerged ruins of Menouthis and Heraklion had come from the upper Nile at Aswan, from the granite quarries now about a mile from the easy means of water transportation provided by the Nile, but in old kingdom times, the Nile was much higher, as you’ve seen here, so National Geographic reported an ancient rock cut barge canal from the Nile to the Aswan granite quarry, a mile long, discovered under millennia of dirt infill.  The great hewed stone pieces, some up to 50 tons, were barged straight from the quarry down the Nile to the builders of Menouthis and Heraklion, now submerged beneath the sea, since the end of the Ice Age, when the sea level rose and the climate of Egypt dried out in a big way, leaving most of Egypt’s ruins in shifting sands, a catastrophic climate change when the Ice Age ended.

The ancient Egyptians, never ones who felt compelled to admit negative history about themselves, recorded ‘though the catastrophic climate change which struck Egypt beginning circa 1500 B.C. when there was anarchy, starvation, disease, a total blight and dessication, a drought of unparalled dimensions, which was the beginning of the arrival of the current climate regime in Egypt, where the ruins of old kingdom Egypt lay quietly amidst shifting desert sands, not at all what it was like there when those structures were built, obviously, the climatic disaster in the Ipuwer Papyrus referring to the same calamities described in the book of Exodus, when the Jews departed from Egypt for Canaan, which was drying out and losing cities to the sea at that time too, when the Ice Age was ending.

See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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