Chronos was the ancient ancestor god who measured time, hence our english words such as chronometry and chronicle associated with time measure, so who was this Chronos, real or imagined? When you understand that the Great Pyramid of Giza, in the land of Khem (Ham), was surveyed according to time measure, the slow wobble rate of the earth’s axis (see article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com), it becomes obvious that this Chronos or Kronus (which means against Noah) was Ham, who had mocked Noah (Uranus) in his drunken nakedness, said then to have castrated him in ancient greek mythology, but really the historical effect was that Canaan, Ham’s youngest son, was cursed by God, the manifestation of which was the Hebrews’ invasion and control of Canaan land, the Holy Land, the apple of God’s eye thenceforth.
Noah’s legendary son Ham (Chronos) was associated with the Western Ocean, anciently known too as the Atlantic and the Sea of Chronos, because Posidon (Sidon) was his grandson (and Atlas was a son of Sidon according to Plato), with Canaan apparently having stayed home perhaps knowing that his kingdom would not last forever according to the God’s curse, the end of his kingodm having come actually after his death by about five hundred years when the ice age ended and the Hebrews departed Egypt bound for the Holy Land, a time of drastic climate change and sea level rise when about 25 million square miles of coatal real estate succumbed to the sea worldwide within about a century.
Of course mineral rich Tartessos of Spain was named after Tarshish, a great grandson of Japheth, and then the shemite Heber (Hebrew) was the namesake of Iberia, the more ancient name of Spain (Iberian Peninsula), so you can see that not only hamites built Atlantis, and the shemitic connection is made real by that King Solomon, four hundred years after the end of the ice age and the demise of Atlantis, collaborated with the Phoenicians (remnant Canaanites, Danites, and probably other Hebrews) to exploit the mineral riches of the Sierra Nevada and Morena of southern Spain (the mountain range to the north of the atlantean plain reported by Plato). Tying it all together is that the ancient fortess of Tartessos (now Seville) is reported to have had 176 towers, so where may have you seen that number (in the link above) before? Solomon was clearly privy to the real length of the original cubit, with temple dimensions http://flyinghouse.com/creator/theo/solomon.html, and see the big historical picture here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.