Lost Bronze Age Kingdoms Climate Change Sahara Libyan Egypt Algerian Desert Gilf Kebir Dakhla Oasis Pharohs Expeditions Trade Routes Yam Civilization Ice Age Aqualithic Period North Africa Discoveries Pioneers Carlo Bergmann Mark Borda Mamoud Marai

For many years the trading partner of old kingdom Egypt, the territory of Yam, having provided ivory and timber for Egypt duirng the bronze age, was thought by archaeologists to have been somewhere in Nubia (Kush) near the upper Nile.  But Carlo Bergmann then Mark Borda and Mamoud Marai discovered that the kingdom of Yam was about five hundred miles due west from pharonic Egypt, now in the middle of the Sahara desert, the cartouches and pottery of pharohs discovered there so attesting.

The Dakhla oasis, in the desert about two hundred miles west of the Nile, was thought to have been the farthest outpost west of the Nile for ancient Egypt because of the Sahara desert has been commonly thought to have been little different 4,000 years ago than it is today, but pottery and other egyptian relics have been discovered from Dakhla west for three hundred miles more to the Gilf Kebir, where the pharohs obtained desert glass (from meteor hits), and on to Yam, now one of the driest places on earth.

Mainstream archaeologists are predictably stunned by all this, thinking that the “aqualithic” period of North Africa had been thousands of years before old kingdom Egypt, yet the rockart in the Sahara depicting horse-drawn chariots, hippos and cattle, necessitating streams and pastures, clearly from Ice Age times, belies the standard timeline for ancient history seemingly established by the haughty darwinists ‘though now challenged with hard evidence by the biblical timeline.  Learn much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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