February 22nd, 2017
Completely baffled are the uniformitarians trying to explain the forty foot long monolith (broken in two) submerged on the Pantelleria Vecchia Bank in the Sicilian channel (between Sicily and Tunisia), one hundred thirty feet down on what had been an island in the then-narrower channel during the Ice Age. Lengthwise through the monolith is a hole about two feet wide, apparently to have replenished the fuel for the torch at the top of that ice age lighthouse, which marked the gateway from the ice age Pelasgian eastern Mediterranean to the Atlantean western. Nearby in the channel are the Pelagaic islands, so perhaps it was the Pelasgians who erected the lighthouse.
February 21st, 2017
Certainly perplexing is that Plato in his account about Atlantis (from Critias and Timaeus) didn’t mention the greek legends about a flood in the time of Dardanus and Ogyges, the former who was a son of Erichthonios (one of the kings mentioned by Plato having lived in the timeframe that Atlantis and much of Greece were consumed by the sea). Now consider the submerged megalithic ruins found on the shallow seafloor at many locations off the coast of Greece, built during the “bronze age,” which was the Ice Age.
February 16th, 2017
Off the coast of northwest India in the Gulf of Kutch (Kush) is the submerged city Kushasthali, named for Kush (a son of Ham/Cham), who helped begin the Indus Valley Civilization (Rama and Seba/Shiva were sons of Kush), and the last syllable thali an indo european word for sea (as in the greek word thalassic), showing that Kush was the ringleader whose people though adopted the indo european language (japhetic) now known as Sanskrit. Of course the ostensibly undecifered Indus Valley Script of pictographs recorded the Sanskrit language, later recorded with a semitic alphabet brought probably by Canaanites when the Ice Age had ended circa 1400 b. c.
January 27th, 2017
An extensive city state was begun built circa 1300 b. c. in the Diquis delta of the west side of Costa Rica at the confluence of the Sierpa and Terraba rivers when the Ice Age had recently ended, where gigantic and perfectly hewn stone spheres dotted the landscape, probably astronomical representations and symbols of power and wealth, which with the ceramics and lithics found there indicate it was a sophisticated ancient city state, the stone balls hewn perhaps with bronze implements, and maybe submerged ruins offshore.
January 25th, 2017
The continental coastlines by the world ocean during the Ice Age, lower by a few hundred feet, were almost to the edge of the continental shelf, and when the Ice Age ended, within about a century, 75,000,000 square miles of land was consumed by the sea, an area about the size of South America and Africa combined, so logically we can expect quite a few more than the several dozen sites of submerged ruins discovered so far, maybe at the mouth of the Niger, Danube, or the Mekong in the land of Ham, Cambodia.
January 21st, 2017
In Plato’s Atlantis, the egyptian priests at Sais told greek Solon that because of Egypt’s geography, she was spared from the flood which consumed Atlantis (and much of Greece), but Sais, Canopis, and later Alexandira were built because the ports which had served the Nile delta, Menouthis and Heraklion, had been consumed by the sea when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c., the timeframe of the Exodus.
January 17th, 2017
Doesn’t the photo above of the submerged temple complex off Yonaguni look like something from a movie? So why don’t they do it? Of course such structures required bronze to hewn the rock, certainly not during the Ice Age according the the uniformitarians’ timeline, which is why Hollywood won’t touch it, too biblical!
January 8th, 2017
Submerged in the Mediterranean on a small plateau off the northeast coast of Malta (near St. Julian’s and Sliema) are megalithic ruins of a temple complex which look like those onshore for instance at Tarxien, therefore, conceivable is that those megalithic structures, both onshore and now submerged (since circa 1500 b. c.), were built by progeny of Tarshish, a son of Javan (Ion) of Genesis 10, and so, the earliest inhabitants of Sicily nearby (which connected to Malta during the Ice Age), the Sicanians, could have been progeny of Tarshish, who would have been within the influence of the Atlantean empire during the Ice Age, that empire which Plato said extended to Italy (the Tyrhennian sea).
January 4th, 2017
Elusive in the ancient records are the purported names of the cities off the coast of Egypt, ice age Menouthis and Heraklion, but assuming those in fact were the names of those cities (submerged in Aboukir Bay), very plausible is that Heraklion is for the name of the sea god Hercle, that god of the Etruscans later (circa 1000 b. c.), so that though built by Posidon (Sidon, a son of Canaan), Heraklion was named perhaps by the seafaring Pelasgians, and Menouthis for Mneseus, son of Sidon and brother of Atlas who had immediately sailed west to begin the Atlantis endeavor assisted by Sidon (Posidon).
January 3rd, 2017
Roberto Mortari (discoverer of the “Pelasgian Finger” length for ancient constructions) says that only by bronze tools could the structures such as off Yonaguni (photo above) and in the Andes (for instance at Cusco) have been sculpted out of very hard rock such as andesite, so that obviously also applies to the magnificent “cyclopean” ruins submerged a mile from shore, a hundred feet down, off Anapa, Russia, in the Black Sea. We all know that bronze is thought not to have been made until circa 2000 b. c. (certainly not 10000 b. c.), so the Ice Age ended much later than the uniformitarians are willing to admit.