Date Submergence Flood Lost Cities Mediterranean Sea Underwater Ruins Bronze Ice Age Civilizations Phoenician Ports Canaan Son Sidon Yarmuta Egypt Kingdom Nile River Ancient Extinct Canopic Branch Menouthis Greek Name Heracleion Egyptian Rahinet

You’d think National Geographic and the Discovery Channel would be all over the massive ruins of the submerged cities off the coasts of Lebanon and Egypt, but then of course they would have to explain why those ruins are now on the shallow seafloor, obviously submerged since the end of the Ice Age, which clearly ended much later than advertised.

The submerged ruins of old Sidon, Yarmuta, and old Byblos off the coast of Lebanon were the port cities of the ice age Sidonians, Sidon having been a son of Canaan (grandson of Noah).  Those ruins all but ignored by the big tv companies because the clear implication is that the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b.c., not coincidentally when the Exodus occurred.

Off Egypt in Aboukir Bay east of Alexandria are the ruins of the huge port cities during the Ice Age named Rahinet and Menouthis.  The ancient pelasgia Greeks knew Rahinet as Heraklion, Heracles the Etruscan name for Posidon (who was Sidon), and the Etruscan language having derived from the Pelasgians, who dominated the Aegean during the Ice Age.

When pressed for the cause of the submergences of these cites, nautical archaeologists who worship at the altar of the commonly accepted timeline will tell you earthquakes and land subsidence were the culprits, not the sea level rise when the Ice Age ended, but no evidence for these supposed earthquakes can be found in the geology nor the ancient histories, leaving the sea level risen having been the obvious reason.

Yarmuta disappeared from Egyptian annuls circa 1500 b.c., and when Alexander the Great arrived on the Egyptian coast to build Alexandria, no mention is made of the now submerged port cities of Menouthis and Heraklion just to the east at the mouth of the Canopic branch of the Nile which was dried up by Alexander’s time over a thousand years after the end of the Ice Age, defying the common notion that those cities earthquaked into the sea circa 800 a.d. (no historical record of that).

With such megalithic ruins found submerged in many other parts of the world, off Yonaguni, Cadiz, Psathoura, and Elafonisos for instance, it’s no suprise that these too are little covered by the big documentary outfits, they can’t face the obvious fact that the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b.c., in conformity with the biblical  timeline, the Ice Age having been caused by the warmer ocean in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood.  Read much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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