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Have you ever wondered what was ongoing in the rest of the world while the environmental disasters befell Egypt when the Jews escaped the Nile Delta region for the promised land of Canaan?  Offshore Egypt now are the submerged stone ruins of the old kingdom cities of Menouthis and Heraklion, five miles from shore east of Alexandria, and fifty miles from shore in the Gulf of Cambay off northwest India are the ruins of two huge cities in a hundred feet of water, all obviously submerged when the sea level rose, comporting with the orthodox and clearly correct notion that the ancient Indus Valley Civilization declined in the 1500 B.C. timeframe, when all the great ancient civilizations in the middle latitudes also suffered catastrophic drying, and that sea level rise which consumed many port cities now found on the seafloor worldwide.

Those extensive subsea ruins on the continental shelf in the Gulf of Cambay, to state it again, are fifty miles from shore in a hundred feet of water!  No wonder the mainstream scientists working with the History, National Geographic, and Discovery channels don’t want to talk about it, because they say the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., while their same teams of archaeological experts say the Indus Valley Civilization began circa 2000 B.C. and ended circa 1500 B.C., so the submerged ruins are a great source of consternation and embarassment for them, all the more reason to clamor for documentaries about these submerged ruins, and those all over the world as well, consumed by the sea when the Ice Age ended, obviously much later than the experts are saying.

I’ve read reports that the iranian government has discovered ruins in the Persian Gulf, of a city they are calling Kish, not surprising at all really, when you consider that most of the Persian Gulf is less than a hundred feet deep, while a thousand miles to the east are those submerged ruins in the Gulf of Cambay in a hundred feet of water, fifty miles from shore, of the Indus Valley Civilization, also known as the Rama Empire, who was a son of Kush, son of Ham, also known as Cham, hence the name in Gulf of Chambay, named by the ancients there, so with the great Elamite civilization (namesake Elam son of Shem) having founded the archaic cities such as Jiroft of southern Persia, why not look to the Persian Gulf for their cities which must have been consumed by the sea like the others when the Ice Age ended?

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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