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    Stone Lighthouse Tower Monolith Submerged Over a Hundred Feet Down in Pelagaic Sicilian Channel

    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.


    Julius Africanus Said Flood of Ogyges at Time of Moses But Wrong Date Proven by Ussher’s Timeline

    February 21st, 2017

    By some source the roman historian Julius Africanus reported rightly that the flood of Ogyges (the end of the Ice Age) was at the time of Moses, but he reported wrongly the date at 1793 b. c., wrongly because Moses almost certainly lived circa 1450 b. c., according to old testament chronological analyses by such as Bishop Ussher.


    Either Pelasgian Ogyges or Phoenician Cadmus Founded Thebes in Greece Both Lived Time of Moses

    February 21st, 2017

    Thebes in Boeotia (central Greece) was founded by either king Cadmus (who brought the semitic alphabet from Phoenicia/Canaan) or by the pelasgian Ogyges (for whom the people of Thebes were called the Ogygidae by classical greed poets), both having lived in the same timeframe that the Ice Age was ending (during about a hundred years), after all, the end of the Ice Age was called the Flood of Ogyges, or of Dardanus, the same as described in Plato’s Atlantis when much of Greece, along with Atlantis, were consumed by the sea circa 1500 b. c.


    Plato Said Nine Thousand Years Back to Atlantis Meaning Greek Horas Can Be Segments of Cycle

    February 21st, 2017

    Unless Plato, Critias, and Timeaus actually thought the greek kings Erechtheus, Cecrops, Theseus, Erysichthon, and Erichthonios lived 9,000 years before Solon’s day (circa 600 b. c.), their date for the submergence of Atlantis (and much of Greece) understood to be denominated in solar years must be wrong. The greek word for year is hora, also understood to be a segment of a time cycle (like an hour), so 9.000 months (lunar cycles) may have been intended. When you consider that no ancient people group counted back solar years anywhere close to 9,000, the Egyptians ostensibly having told Solon that number of solar years must have been a ruse.


    Ice Age Greece of Atlantis Story by Critias Artesian Streams Flowed Huge Forests Rich Horticulture

    February 21st, 2017

    Critias painted to Plato a very different picture of Greece during the time of Atlantis than it was in their day (circa 350 b. c.), saying the forests had been tall and vast, artesian streams flowed in abundance, and the agricultural and animal yield of the land much greater, which describes how it was during the Ice Age, 9,000 year before their time fitting the uniformitarian timeline, but Critias also said that the greek kings Cecrops, Theseus, Erechtheus, Erysichthon, and Erichthonios lived in the timeframe that Atlantis (and much of Greece) were consumed by the sea, those greek kings who lived circa 1400 b. c.


    As Deportations of Criminal Aliens Increase Aztlan Politicos May Push Ancient Homeland Narrative

    February 9th, 2017

    From the north had come the Aztecs from “Atlan” circa 1300 a. d. to takeover the great central valley of Mexico (where is Mexico City), so on that basis illegal aliens into the United States claim the Southwest of the U. S. as their own, yet why did the Aztecs move south from where today is the U. S., shouldn’t we assume they did not like their old land and so moved south? Of course their old Atlan had been named for ice age Atlantis, across the Atlantic, from where had come the Aztecs’ ancestors such as Maya and perhaps her father Atlas as well.


    Atlantean Lore All Around Atlantic Ocean so Plato Could Not Have Achieved Such Western Fame

    February 3rd, 2017

    The works of Plato were not well known in western Europe until the time of the Romans, so it’s impossible that his story about Atlantis had caused the seaside dwellers there to call the ocean the Atlantic, and have legends about Atlantida, Atland, and Atlantika, nor that the ancient god Atlanteotl or Atlahua of the Americas was of the sea.


    If Atlantic Ocean Named for Plato’s Supposedly Fictional Atlantis Story Then Spaniards Had No Idea

    January 28th, 2017

    Some say Plato was kidding about Atlantis, the story merely symbolic of philosophical truths, so then why would for instance the Spaniards and Brits have embraced the name Atlantic ocean if merely from a philosopher of Greece having passed on an egyptian myth?


    Global Flood of Deucalion Conflated by Greeks with End of Ice Age But That was Ogyges Dardanus Flood

    January 26th, 2017

    Put at circa 1528 b. c. in the Parian Chronicle is the global Flood of Deucalion, and Clement of Alexandria said that Crotopus, who was Agenor’s son circa 1500 b. c., lived at the time of the Flood of Deucalion, which though was the timeframe when lived kings Erechtheus, Erysichthon, Cecrops, Thesesus, and Erichthonios, those who lived in the timeframe that Atlantis (and much of Greece) were consumed by the sea according to Plato, the end of the Ice Age, not the global flood. Deucalion and his wife Pyrrha were the only survivors of the global flood in greek legend, who threw rocks over their shoulders (representing bones from mother earth) for new humans to repopulate the earth, the population of the earth certainly not wiped out because of the end of the Ice Age which in fact was almost a thousand years after the global flood, when the ocean had cooled to about today’s temperatures.


    Teucer of Crete or Attica Sailed to Western Turkey When Ice Age Had Ended Founding Trojan City State

    January 23rd, 2017

    From Crete or mainland Greece (Attica) sailed pelasgian Teucer circa 1350 b. c. when the Ice Age had recently ended to where would be built Troy, named for his grandson Troas, son of Dardanus (of “the flood of Dardnaus” and the Dardanelles) and Teucer’s daughter Batea, another son of whose was Erichthonios, mentioned by Plato having lived in the timeframe that Atlantis and much of Greece were consumed by the sea.