Analysis Plato’s Dialogues Timaeus Critias Atlantis Ancient Geographical Clues Proofs Names Places Gods People Founders Ice Age Atlantean Empire Gibraltar Region Kingdoms Demi God Canaanite Poseidon’s Ten Sons Island Atlantis Western Mediterranean Eastern Atlantic Coastline Enigmas Port Cities Cartographic Geographic Confirmations Location Plato’s Bronze Age Atlantis Real History Genesis Biblical Timeline

In Plato’s Dialogues with Timaeus and Critias concerning Atlantis, the ten sons of Poseidon are listed, legendary names such as Elasippo and Gades, surely memorialized in the ancient city names Olisippo, now called Lisbon, Portugal, and in the case of Gades, the city and province of Cadiz on the southern coast of Spain, both surely hard proofs that Atlantis was in that region, where Poseidon granted lands to his sons in regions near the City of Poseidon, later known as the City of Atlantis, named after Poseidon’s son Atlas, namesake of the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and the Atlantic Ocean, another indication that the City of Posidon/Atlas is somewhere submerged just to the west of Gibraltar (where many submerged ruins have been located), where Plato indicates it is, although the Straits of Gibraltar were never blocked by sunken Atlantis (as the seemingly confused Plato also records).

Plato wrote that the empire of Atlantis (the kingdoms of Poseidon’s sons) stretched both inside the Straits of Gibraltar, as far Italy and Egypt, and outside too, obviously along the Atlantic coasts of Spain, Portugal, and England, where submerged ruins are found off Cornwall and Scilly, as well as, the submerged ruins of the ice age kingdom city of Ys, known to the Brits as Keris, submerged off the Brittany coast of France along the English Channel, so since the Plato also wrote that Atlantis was larger than Libya and Asia combined, considering he had said the maritime empire stretched along the coasts as far as Italy and Egypt to the east, and outside Gibraltar into the Atlantic to the west, it’s clear that he was speaking of the Asian coastline and north African coastline on the Mediterranean in equating those coastal extents to those of the Atlantean Empire, clear for all to see.

With hundreds of submerged ruins of bronze age stone buildings discovered all along the continental shelf of the Mediterranean and off the western coasts of Europe, many off southern Spain, it’s obvious that Plato and mainstream scientists today have grossly mistated the timeline for the end of the Ice Age, clearly when the empire of Atlantis was inundated by the sea, as well as, the ice age port cities of the Hittites, Canaanites, Ionians, Pelasgians, and Egyptians, all whose ruins are now submerged on the shallow seafloor in the Mediterranean sea, an embarassment to mainstream scientists, because they say the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., when Plato says Atlantis went under, hence the virtual blackout of academic rigor in the exploration of those submerged ruins, many of which are of the kingdom of Atlantis, with the ruins of the City of Posidon/Atlas, now submerged probably thirty miles due south of Cadiz, reported by Maxine Asher and Paco Salazar.

Plato reports that the Atlanteans were accomplished bronze age global navigators, in the tradition of the Phoenicians, who were sons of Canaan, as was Poseidon, whose biblical name is Sidon, global navigators who measured the earth by its wobble rate, believe it or not.  See how they did it, explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, to know that there is rhyme and reason to the notion that biblical history, as recorded in the book of Genesis, is the real deal, as you read more about it all in the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!, and be sure to run that ancient mapping method by your professors, or better yet, write a paper about it and see what they say.  And checkout the big picture here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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