Book Review Analysis Ice Age Paleoclimatology Aqualithic Patterns of Prehistory Robert J. Wenke University Washington Anthropology Archaeology Climate Change Factors Megalithic Buriel Dolmens Cairns Germany Poland Continental Europe Habitable Land Limitations Ice Age Areal Surveys Bronze Age Collapse Geographical Parameters Tribal Migrations

Patterns in Prehistory, a great book by Robert J. Wenke (when his flawed carbon 14 timeline is corrected), well ‘though unknowingly illustrates the peril which the darwinian scheme faces because of the growing public knowledge that catastrophic climate change ended the so-called bronze age, but Wenke and the other darwinists are locked into the necessity of their timeline scheme that such climate change occurred when the Ice Age ended, which is true, but not at their date of circa 10000 b.c., it was 8,000 years after that, as the evidence clearly indicates when the darwinian blinders are removed.

There is a curious dearth of megalithic dolmens, buriel cairns, and other signs of bronze age life in continental northern Europe, so why no stone constructions there as in Spain and France when the climate should have been just fine in northern Europe too circa 2000 b.c.?  It’s because snow and ice covered most of the region until circa 1500 b.c., when vast areas of Europe began to open up to human settlement as the ice age icepacks rapidly melted into the sea, consuming  megalithic ruins now on the seafloor, a subject which Wenke and co. don’t like to broach for the obvious reasons that it impugns their darwinian timeline.

And many of those submerged stone ruins, reported through the years by legendary Nic Flemming of Cambridge among others, are off the coast of mediterranean Africa, from the so-called prehistoric aqualithic period which reigned (pun intended) there until the Ice Age ended, the aqualithic when the Sahara was green with fields, streams, lakes, and forests, when the Kingdom of Yam, now in the middle of the Sahara, supplied the old kingdom pharoahs of Egypt with their tropical timber and ivory, when the climate was very different.

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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