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March 31, 2010

Up the Rio Magdalena river drainage system of Colombia, about a hundred miles from the caribbean coast, in the highlands of the northern extremity of the Andes mountain chain, are the ruins at San Augustin, some of them very nicely preserved since ancient times, built of megaliths, some with columns depicting humans which hold up flat stone slabs overhead, as the eighty foot atlanteans at Tula in Mexico probably held up a lighter wooden roof, but the design is the same, clearly built by atlanteans from Atlantis in the 1500 b.c. timeframe, when ancient shang navigators from China were settling too but from the west in the region of the panama isthmus.

A huge megalithic hill-fort religious complex was discovered in the caribbean coastal jungles of Columbia in the 1970’s (not too far from the mouth of the Rio Magdalena river), called La Perdida, a very impressive site surely anciently built by sophisticated engineers and stonemasons of Atlantis, particularly since the Antisuyo tribe of the northern Andes, and much of Colombia, were named after Antaeus, a son of Posidon, who was Sidon, a son of Canaan, son of Ham, which is where things really get interesting.  See how they astronomically measured the earth by what the Chinese call “son wu” in article #2 at, the same method of the chaldeans, egyptians, atlanteans, ionians, and anybody else in the ancient world who practiced precise geometry, son wu.  See too

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March 31, 2010

Barack Obama yesterday announced that offshore drilling could begin under comprehensive energy planning to lower energy costs, included now with his previously stated willingness to build more nuclear power plants, so how far will the guy go in trying to soften the wrath against him from the political center and right?  The way he’s going down in the polls, next he’ll be advocating that Roe v. Wade be overturned.  The left knows he’s just kidding about all this, just to salve the political center and right who ‘though also know he’s kidding, now almost everybody’s seeing through his deception.

Ever wonder about the ancient origin of the geometry for the timekeeping numbers for nautical mile mapping, with arc minutes and arc seconds, such as used for offshore surveying?  Why base six numbers, does it have to do with the ancient chaldean number system which was a base six sexagesimal system?  Yes.  See article #2 at  Will Obama seek that it be taught in the public schools, still trying for the Tea Party vote?  Will he refer his national viewing audience to this blogsite to see strong evidence for the biblical beliefs of half of America?

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March 31, 2010

The great Atum was first worshipped at Heliopolis, about eight miles northeast of Giza, when the emphasis of the science of the zodiac was on the stars, not so much the sun, later added for the syncretized god Atum Re, which made the god a man/thing combo, while Atum was the first man, also known anciently as Adam, his real story told in the book of Genesis, that story obviously not etched in stone by the egyptians.

The egyptians also never reported when Menouthis and Heraklion sank beneath the waves of the Mediterranean (so not reported to Solon whose report was later recorded by Plato in Critias about Atlantis), but they did report the catastrophic climate change circa 1500 b.c. in the Ipuwer Papyrus, which was when the canopic branch of the Nile on which Menouthis and Heraklion were established began to dry-up, as the sea level rose, when the Ice Age was ending, not what you’ll learn in public schools for sure.

So when you look at those archaeological digs around Giza and Heliopolis, know that when that civilization was at its peak, green grasslands and scattered forests abounded, when the wadis were streams, and the Nile at Giza flowed much wider and deeper, all the way up to the plateau, with shallow lakes to the east and west which have long sinced dried up, as the climate was drastically different in new kingdom than old kingdom egyptian times.  And see

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March 30, 2010

Submerged in Aboukir Bay east of Alexandria are the ruins of bronze age Menouthis and Heraklion (Thonis), three miles from shore on the seafloor in an area the equivalent of at least two hundred football fields combined, megalithic ruins of streets, plazas, temples, warves, the whole bit, so why did Alexander not visit there, instead going only to nearby Rhakotis, to the Temple of Amun, where he would build his city, with no mention of those two major rivermouth cities of the Nile?

The key is that the now-submerged cities were on the canopic branch of the Nile, which began to die circa 1500 b.c. (because the Nile’s flow began to greatly assuage), all but a trickle by the of Alexander, and those cities long since submerged, because when the Nile river’s flow began to assuage was obviously when the rainfall upriver had precipitously decreased which was the end of the Ice Age, gulp (I can see the darwinists’ eyes glazing over with dismay).

You”ll hear crazy dates anywhere from 600 b.c. to 800 a.d. for the submergence of those two very important port cities of ancient Egypt, but where then are they in the annuls of the great mediterranean cultures from the time of Christ, or as I said, of Alexander, or the annuls of the muslims if the cities really went under circa 800 a.d., or why not Cleopatra, where were those cities then?  They’d been submerged at her time for about 1,500 years, back since when the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt occurred, the climatology at that time confirmed in the Ipuwer Papyrus.

And see

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March 30, 2010

Space is matter too, part of the expanded universe from the big bang beginning point, according to that popular theory, which ‘though disingenously is then obfuscatively contorted such that the universe (including space) is supposedly limitless, not bounded, but the universe must be bounded, according to the theory, since the universe had a beginning point and expanded, so where is the edge of the expansion of the universe (including of course space)?   

When you think about it, since time is a function of matter, what’s beyond the expanded universe (including space) is timeless, as they say, beyond space and time, that is the realm of heaven, actually thanks to the big bang theory, corrected, where then early during the six days of creation, gravitational time dilation was in play such that the distant stars are not really billions of years old, only thousands, because the speed of light was greatly accelerated.

And now see

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March 30, 2010

Since there are undeniably submerged megalithic ruins at many locations on the Grand Bahama Banks, particularly off north Bimini island, manmade structures submerged since the sea level rose when the Ice Age ended, obviously port facilities built by the atlantean empire, so then where else in the Americas did they sail?  Because they were Atlanteans, it should really be of no surprise that the Andes Mountains, which extend almost all the way up to Panama, were named after Antaeus, a great king in the days of Atlantis, based in the atlas mountain region of Morocco, who sailed and settled (or at least some of his progeny) up the Rio Magdalena of Colombia to become the Antisuyo tribe, with suyo meaning a geographic district, a district of Antis, Andes, Antaeus, one of the great early atlantean kings who Plato said ruled their far-flung maritme empire by committee.

When the many port cities of the Atlantean League succumbed to the sea when the Ice Age ended, many of the Atlanteans began to raid and seek land in the eastern Mediterranean.  They were the Sea People of whom the pharaohs wrote, who actually attacked all over the eastern Med when the bronze age was collapsing, clearly not coincidentally when the Ice Age was ending, which mainstream scientists are supposedly having are hard time wrapping their heads around, but it’s on purpose, because the scenario fits the biblical timeline, the Ice Age having ended when the Exodus occurred.

Iver Zapp and George Erikson wrote a fascinatingly informative book titled Atlantis in America, noting the many evidences that some of the earliest settlers there were of many physcial appearances, chinese, african, european, the whole bit, reflected in their ancient art discovered throughout Mesoamerica, these were the Atlanteans, or those who came after when the Ice Age ended to submerged their homelands, then sailing far and wide, to the lands of the Hittes to the east, and to the west, across the Atlantic, to the district of Antaeus, the Andes, were that great ancient civilization which is reflected with the ancient atlantean columns and other stone structures at St Augustin in Colombia in the foothills at the northen end of the Andes, it was a small world back then too.

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March 30, 2010

In the Bible, Abraham (circa 2000 b.c.) traveled extensively, from Ur in Mesopotamia to Egypt, with Haran (upper Mesopotamia) and Canaan in-between, really a lifetime of moving and removing, having died in Canaan, after building the Fort of Abram, the site at current-day Beersheva, now in the Negev desert, but at that time, looking more like the green countryside of say eastern Oklahoma today, attested by the archaeology in the Negev showing rainfed fields with no irrigation for the hundreds of thousands who lived there during the bronze age, which also was the Ice Age.

So imagine the lands of the Bible, by almost everybody portrayed and popularly imagined as essentially desert wasteland, looking more like Death Valley Days than what it was, really a perfect environment with rich green fields fed only by rainfall, stands of forests, particularly near the much-larger rivers, the since-then dried-up lakes, and what now are called wadis, and a vast array of syngameons of animals (which naturally selected as they spread into new territories adapting to those new post Flood habitats).

Hollywood should get on the stick, portraying the Bible lands in such an accurate way that the stories would really come alive, after all, who ever really thought those bronze age egyptian and akkadian armies really were stomping around in sand and dust for days on end, and building cities in what now are deserts, but they weren’t back then, the archaeology confirms it, just ask Harvey Weiss at Yale, haven’t heard from him yet, but he would be a great movie consultant.