Maps Ancient Sea Kings Gods Atlantic Atlas Posidon Transoceanic Navigation Antisuyos Andes Antis Antaeus Atlantis Aztlan Atland Zapotecs Atlanteotl Atlahua Aztec Water Atl Sea God San Augustin Colombia Megaliths Ruins Atlantean Columns Ruins Tollan Tula Thule Land Mesoamerica Western Atlantic Atlantis Earliest Searoutes Americas

Since atl meant water in ancient languages from Canaan, to Morocco (today’s taureg language), to Mexico, and the Atlas mountains are about in between (in Morocco), you’d think mainstream scientists would look long and hard at the mapping method explained in article #2 at to explain the seafaring which made that language dispersion possible during what has been called the bronze age, but they don’t, because it confirms the benevolent intelligent design of the universe, when of course, mainstream scientists can’t have that, ‘though the evidence all lines up.

Legendary Atlas, a son of Sidon (Posidon), son a Canaan, son of Ham (Chronos/Chiron), was the demigod who figuratively held up the sky with his knowledge of it, for mapping, measuring distances by the stars, so he and those others privy to the method in the link could sail all over the world knowing where they were, and how to get back with 0.5% accuracy, which certainly got them close enough to well known landmarks after a long transoceanic voyage to get them home. 

The sea god of the Aztecs was Atlahua, from their Atlan (Atlantis) homeland across the Atlantic, and of the Zapotecs, Atlanteotl, same story, and since atlantean columns held up roofs of ancient temples in the Americas, such as at ancient Tollan in Mexico and San Augustin in Colombia, how much more obvious can the veracity of the Atlantis story be, certainly when it’s realized that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b.c., when the so-called bronze age ended.  And don’t forget Antaeus, another son of Sidon, was the namesake of the Andes mountains and the Antisuyo tribe there, in search of gold no doubt in the Andes, at the headwaters of the river of the Amazons, near Cuzco, where the Incas later would develope the area.

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