Osirian Civilization Mediterranean Climate Change Roman Pliny Natural History River Rhode Geography Freshwater Ouflow Black Sea Euxine Basin Professor William Ryan Columbia Flood Question Timeline Dardanus Troas Troy Pelasgians Rhodanim Aegean Bronze Ice Age Chronology Biblical Implications

The roman historian Pliny wrote in his Natural History that the River Rhode once flowed down to the Aegean sea from the Black Sea.  That’s right, a freshwater river which flowed down where now the Black Sea is connected directly to the world ocean by the Bosporus and Dardanelles Straits, so before the sea level rose to connect, the Black Sea was a huge inland lake, just ask William Ryan of Columbia, yet I think ‘though news to him would be that the river which flowed out of that inland freshwater lake (during the ice age) is mentioned and named by Pliny, the River Rhode named after the Rhodanim of Genesis 10, who were progeny of Japheth, a son of Noah (Deucalion), more biblical history to explain the Black Sea chronology.

The Dardanelles was named after the legendary Dardanus (Bosporus means fish passage), a greek king of circa 1300 b.c., and Troy of the Troad was named after Troas, a son of Dardanus, and Ilium named after Ilus, another son, so that Trojan empire rose after the sea level rose with the end of the ice age, known to the greeks as the Flood of Ogyges, who lived circa 1500 b.c.  Plato late in life wrote in The Laws (book three) that the flood of Atlantis was the same flood as of Ogyges, Plato amending his Atlantis timeline to fit actually the biblical timeline, the real timeline demonstrably as you refer to http://genesisveracityfoundation.com and challenge your professors to try to refute this material.  Plato is on our side now, against the timeline of the darwinistas, good deal.

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