National Geographic premiered Finding Atlantis over the weekend, about submerged ruins in the marshland of Dona Ana national park near Cadiz, Spain (at the mouth of the Guadalquiver river), while but many more stone block ruins have been reported down deeper at locations along the coastline from Gibraltar up to Huelva (and off Morocco too), so why then are those deeper and clearly also bronze age ruins ignored and not discussed by mainstream academics? Can you say ice age end, ‘though unthinkable to the darwinists?
They are saying a tsunami submerged that apparent temple and mercantile complex now in the esturary of the Guadalquiver, but don’t tsunami waves recede? Look at the towns of Japan recently flooded by the tsunami from the earthquake, those towns are still on dry land, and the only records of loss to the sea in ancient times in Spain are of Atlantida, as even records from the bronze age recovered from the marsh in Dona Ana speak of a city lost to the sea.
When Plato reported the story from the egyptian priests at Sais that Atlantis and much of Greece (not mentioning Egypt) were submerged over 9,000 years before his time, he was ignoring his greek legend of the sea level rise which was called the Flood of Ogyges, who was a pelasgian king in the 1500 b.c. timeframe, the same as the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt, which was beginning to turn to desert at that time, confirmed in the egyptian Ipuwer Papyrus, check it out, and hear much more about all this Saturdays at 12:00 noon (c.s.t. u.s.) on http://klgo.net, refering to http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.