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September 10, 2012

The unit of length reported by the greek historian Homer circa 800 b.c. used by the heros of the Illiad and the Odyssey circa 1100 b.c. was the cubit, the author Pelasgian and that unit proven by the cubit dimensions of some of the tombs of the ancient Etruscans of iron age Italy, those of pelasgian stock as confirmed by Virgil in his book The Aeneid.

In the Iliad and Odyssey, what later would be known as Athens was called Cecropia, named after Cecrops up from Egypt circa 1400 b.c., who first made the Acropolis a large citadel.  At that time before the invasion of Troy, king Cecrops probably brought from north Africa and Crete the worship of Neith (Libya) or Athena Potnia (Crete), and then centuries later, probably circa 800 b.c., the worship of Athena had become so great Cecropia was renamed Athens.

By the time of the first Olympics at 776 b.c., the unit of measure was the olympic foot, not the cubit, for the foot racing event distances, the foot which had become dominant probably not just coincidentally when the worship of Athena usurped the Pelasgian tradition and culture of measure by the cubit, both units however earth commensurate, known then seeing

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August 20, 2012

Solid ancient greek history is said to have begun with the heroic age pelasgian writngs of Homer and Hesiod, recalling the heros of the 1500 b.c. to 1100 b.c. timeframe, the times of Pelops, Crete, Minos, Europa, Cadmus, Hercules, Troas. Ilus, Dardanus, and Ogyges, the last two having been kings at the time that much of Greece was consumed when the sea level rose, the time when the Black Sea became connected to the world ocean for that strait (Dardanelles) to have been named after Dardanus.

With the bronze age lifestyle known in ancient Greece back to circa 2000 b.c., where are the solid records of chronologies of bronze age kings back before those reported by Hesiod, Homer, and others?  They all say the Pelasgians dominated the scene in most ancient times, back before the Flood of Ogyges which was the end of the Ice Age.  The five centuries or so before that was peaceful and pastoral, when Greece had vast dense forests and rich crops twice per year, where now maybe twenty of inches of rain falls per year, back then was closer to forty inches per year.

History before the Flood of Ogyges is more obsure because of the chaos which struck much of the world when the sea level rose and vast swaths of previously fertile soil became parched desert, when the Ice Age ended, confirmed by the historical disaster described in the Ipuwer Papyrus, the same diastrous time described in the book of Exodus. Read much more here, and help spread the word, demonstrating that science and the Bible are mutally inclusive.

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August 17, 2012

The history of legendary Troy is intimately tied to the Etruscans of Italy and to Plato’s Atlantis, that empire of Atlantis said to have extended to the Tyrrhenian Sea, just west of Italy, that sea named after Tyrrhenus, a Lydian prince from the region of Troy circa 1100 b.c. who sailed west after the Trojan War when climate change was affecting much of the world.

Famed roman historian Virgil wrote about the family of the mighty trojan general Anchises, led by king Aeneus, who sailed west to settle Italy, part of the Etruscan enterprise, and that in the same timeframe as Tyrrhenus, both Pelasgians who spoke the language now spoken in Albania and which underlies the “undecifered” Etruscan script, Pellazg their ancient sea god.

Notice the mass migrations at this time, including the “Sea Peoples” who invaded Egypt and the rest of the eastern Mediterranean in thousands of ships, this all because when the sea level rose with the end of the Ice Age circa 1500 b.c, the coastal real estate was lost, and catastrophic climate change continued to forever alter the geography of the Mediterranean world.  See much more here

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June 22, 2012

Who was the ancient god of metallurgy named Vulcan?  With an open mind, consider that Tubalcain without the Tu spells Balcain or Vulcan, credence lended to this notion by that the Bible says Tubal-cain formed utensils of iron and bronze, before Noah’s Flood, Tubal-cain’s sister in the book of Genesis having been Naamah, Namu goddess of ancient Sumer.

When you peruse the material at, you’ll see that the ancient Greeks recalled Naamah as Athena, Neith in ancient Libya, the heroine goddess Isis in ancient egyptian lore, who supposedly stopped Atum Ra (Adam) from following through with his threat to flood the earth.  Of course the Egyptians are about the only ancient people group to have denied the global flood, yet Neith/Athena/Naamah was actually Ham’s wife, she one of the eight who survived through Noah’s Flood (the flood of Deucalion in greek lore).

Athena (Naamah) brought the knowledge of metallurgy through the flood, undoutedly the other seven too having by then known the methodology, yet she treated her brother Tubal-cain who had died in the Flood as a god, Vulcan, worhipped as the one who invented metallurgy for the benefit of humankind, but actually no god at all, just an unrepentant sinner from the pre-Flood world, his knowledge having facilitated more evil before the Flood and after, ‘though along with much good too.

The Pelasgians of the line of Shem lived throughout the ice age Aegean after Noah’s Flood, also up to the north where are the Balkan (named after Vulcan) mountains, and after the sea level rose when the Ice Age ended, two of their strongholds were Lemnos (where greek mythology says Vulcan was cast down because he was so ugly) and Troy.

Many of those nautically savvy Pelasgians sailed from the Aegean after the Trojan War to then become the Etruscans of iron age Italy, so they were the source for the name Vulcan later in the mythology of Rome, two thousand years after Noah’s Flood.  Now certainly learn very much more here, the science of the future, old school man, really irrefutable evidene for the veracity of Genesis.

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May 31, 2012

The Iliad by the pelasgian Homer describes the invasion of Troy near the Dardanelles Strait by the Mycenaeans circa 1200 b.c., that conquest having prompted mass migrations away from the region.  In the Aeneid by Virgil, the hero Aeneas sailed from Troy to Italy founding the pelasgian civilization of the Etruscans there, the undecifered Etruscan language no doubt ancient Pelasgian, similar to Albanian actually.

A grandson of legendary Aeneas was Brutus (Brytys), who sailed on to become the namesake of Britain, and one of his sons there (and Albania?) was Albanactus, namesake of the Albans of what later would be known as Scotland, so it’s no surprise that the ancient Albans of the Shetland and Orkney islands were great navigators, then having sailed into the North Atlantic even to Canada in pursuit of walrus tusks, for their very valuable ivory, this history demonstrated in Farley Mowat’s book The Farfarers.

The father of Anchises of Dardania and Troy was Ilus, namesake of Ilium and Iliad, and Troas was his father, namesake of Troy, whose father in turn was king Dardanus, namesake the Dardanelles, so you may wonder why the Dardanelles was named after a king from circa 1400 b.c. while it had been there for ostensibly many thousands of years before to have been named after a more ancient ancestor, but that strait which was named for Dardanus had just connected the world ocean to the Black Sea basin, which was a great inland lake during the Ice Age, seeing now please

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May 4, 2012

If darwinian evolution were true, and the book of Genesis including the Table of Nations was conjured up by sun-stroked iron age shepherds in Israel circa 600 b.c. (as the bibliophobes say), then how could those iron age Jews have known the founders of distant ancient nations such as Thrace, Ionia, and even distant Iberia, later known as Spain?

Of course Thrace was founded by Tiras, a son of Japheth, the ancient name of the Dneister river having been the Tyras, and Javan pronounced Iawan in ancient greek (another son of Japheth) was the founder of Ionia, and Iberia was named after Eber, a great grandson of Shem, so how could the ostensibly iron age authors of Genesis, having supposedly made it all up circa 600 b.c., have known the namesakes of those distant nations?

King Solomon circa 1000 b.c. traded extensively through the Phoenicians with Tarshish (known by the Greeks as Tartessos), the ruins of its capital now under the city of Seville, Spain, and as Tarshish was a son of Javan, you can see that those ancients actually during the Ice Age within a few generations after Noah were sailing all over the world by this method

Another son of Javan was Rhodan, father of the Rhodanim in Genesis 10, he was the namesake of the Rhodope mountains of Thrace (now Bulgaria and Yugoslavia) and of the River Rhode said by the roman historian Pliny to have anciently flowed down to the Aegean from the Black Sea basin, clearly during the Ice Age when the sea level was much lower.  The island of Rhodes was also of the Rhodanim, that territory circa 1500 b.c. having become an island when the sea level rose as the Ice Age was ending.

The Kittim too were progeny of Javan, Cition the capital city on ancient Cyprus (named Kupros for its copper by the Greeks), that island also known anciently as Alashiya, named after Elishah, another son of Javan, the Table of Nations uncannily accurate, it actually having been recorded by Noah and sons, eyewitnesses to the births of these founders of the ancient nations, see

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April 21, 2012

The roman historian Pliny wrote that in ancient times, the River Rhode flowed down to the Aegean Sea from the Black Sea, clearly at the time when the Black Sea was a huge inland lake, because the river of fresh water flowed down from it.  The name of the strait now connecting the Aegean to the Black Sea gives us the hint when the sea level rose up the river valley to connect the world ocean to the Black Sea, the Dardanelles Strait, Dardanus having been a king in the 1400 b.c. timeframe.

No coincidence is the Flood of Ogyges in ancient greek legend, he having lived circa 1500 b.c. when much of Greece was begun to be consumed by the sea, followed by 189 years of anarchy in Greece as the story goes, rule then established at Kekropia by king Cecrops circa 1300 b.c., that city later known as Athens with its Acropolis.  Does the name Cecrops ring a bell from Plato’s writings about Atlantis?  He was a king who lived in the timeframe that Atlantis (and much of Greece) was flooded in Plato’s rendition, when bronze age ships and weaponry were utilized.

Theseus, Erechtheus, and Erysichthon were also mentioned having lived in that timeframe, all kings of circa 1300 b.c., so do you suppose the date of 9600 b.c. for the demise of Atlantis given to the Greeks by the egyptian priests might have been off just a tad?  And why did Plato not realize this?  We will never know, but since Plato surely must have known of the flood of Ogyges and Dardan, one would think he should have clicked on this.  Learn more here