Origin Etymology Word Country Names Tunisia Tunis Atlantean Empire Atlantis Etruscans Demi Gods Neftuns Roman God Neptune Mythical Characters Common Ancestry Biblical Sidon Poseidon Son of Canaan Neptunis Moors Algeria Greek Myth Geryon Formorians Mauritania Ice Age Aqualithic Genesis Veracity Languages History Biblical Timeline Rationalization Archaeological Evidence

Neptune was the roman god of the sea, that name taken from the etruscans who preceeded the romans in Italy, the etruscan name for the sea god Neftuns, or Neftunis, the namesake of the nation of Tunisia and its capitol Tunis, and Algeria was named after Geryon of greek mythology, so were these real men?  The greek sea god was Poseidon, who actually was Sidon, a son of Canaan, his name memorialized in southern Spain with the town of Medina Sidona, from atlantean times, circa 1500 b.c. when the sea level rose with the end of the Ice Age, the bronze age ruins submerged at many locations in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic bearing testimony to that later-than-advertised date for the end of the Ice Age, the submerged ruins about which the darwinists refuse to discuss.

Atlantis extended inside the Pillars of Hercules to the Tyrian Sea (Italy) and Libya (daughter of Sidon), according to Plato’s account, so Sidon, Posidon, was clearly the same as Neftuns, from different languages, same guy, who helped found the atlantean empire with his sons Atlas (Atlantic, Atlantis, Atlas mountains), Gades (Cadiz, Spain), and son Elasippos (Olisippo/Lisbon), and then there was Antaeus, the namesake of the Andes and the ancient Antis tribe of the northern Andes, up the Rio Magdalena river in Colombia from the Caribbean, where submerged ruins built perhaps by Antaeus himself (or “Bahama”) are to be found off the Bahama Banks, along the sailing route back to Atlantis, from the land of Maya, daughter of Atlas.

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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