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Ruins of a bronze age city discovered under the shfting sands of the western Sahara made news almost a decade ago, the ancient city of Arghilas, south of Morocco and hundred miles east of the Atlantic coast, the ruins including temple columns, a necropolis, and other builidings which probably were homes and shops, so predictably those clearly bronze age ruins have not been further reported, because it’s plainly an embarrassment to the darwinian establishment and their timeline which posits that the Sahara turned to desert thousands of years before the bronze age when that city was built.

The report from a decade ago states that artwork was discovered among the ruins showing a variety of animals living there when the city thrived, when perhaps thirty inches of rain fell per year where now it’s desolate desert, the western Sahara, one of the driest places on earth, but during the Ice Age, which was the bronze age, that ancient Berber city no doubt on a trade route from the Atlantic to the interior, to the Berber land of the Tassili N’ Agger, where “aqualithic” period artwork also abounds, some of those pictures showing the horse drawn chariots of the bronze age.

The empire of Atlantis during the Ice Age was centered at Gibraltar, the Pillars of Hercules, and the Atlas mountains, just to the north of Arghilas, so since the Berbers trace their ancestry back to Atlantis, it’s quite certain that the city now in the Sahara was a trade outpost of Atlantis, some of her ports now submerged since the end of the Ice Age off the coast of Morocco, and the Amazon queen Myrina from dwindling Lake Tritonis circa 1300 b.c. having fought a remnant of the Atlanteans at Kerne to the north of Arghilas after the sea level had risen with the end of the Ice Age.  Read much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, the science of the future, old school man.

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