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    Plato Could Have Contradicted Historical Record in Atlantis Story of Critias and Timaeus

    September 30th, 2014

    Plato knew that the Strait of Gibraltar was not blocked by Atlantis submerged (because greek ships were sailing to Huelva and Cadiz), and he knew of the flood of Ogyges and Dardanus about 900 years (not 9,000 years) before the time of Solon, but he did not contest those portions of the story of Atlantis for reasons known only to him.

     


    Pillars of Hercules Like Religious Portal to Holy Forbidden Region as Solomon’s Temple

    September 30th, 2014

    Solomon having used the tyrian Hiram’s architectural expertise to build the Temple in Jerusalem, that two pillars for the entry way to the Temple was conceptualized to be the “pillars of Hercules” beyond which sailing (by non Tyrians) was forbidden seems plausible after the time of Solomon.

     


    Number of Species Belied by Actual Genetic Pools of Fertility Proving Biblical Natural Selection

    September 30th, 2014

    The darwinists tell you there are millions of species, but do they tell you that there are only about twenty thousand gene pools of fertility from which the so-called species selected naturally after the Flood?

    Genetic studies firm Stichting Taurus of the Netherlands is conducting much research and practice of back breeding for ancient strains of several syngameons.

     


    Indo Europeans Equated Make Macien with Measure for Construction but Not of Spiritual Heart

    September 30th, 2014

    The old english verb macien means to make, a machine for instance, “maked” (made) in ancient Sanskrit mayd, of the same root as mater and meter, clearly referring to precise construction.

    Why measure and mater (mother) were associated is that the earth was measured (geo metry), mother earth thought to some, by “her” precession rate, 72 years/degree.

     


    Whom the Son Sets Free is Better Translated Whom He Makes Free New Creation in Christ

    September 30th, 2014

    Some have translated “whom the Son sets free is free indeed,” but the better translation is “whom the Son makes free is free indeed,” for set free is like from a cage, so trapped again possible, while make free rightly implies a new creation, born again in Jesus Christ.

     


    Today’s Swamps Will Become Coal They Say But How Would Sand Deposits Overlay Gooey Mess?

    September 30th, 2014

    The uniformitarians say that today’s swamps will become the youngest coal deposits of tomorrow, coal deposits found often within layers of sandstone and shale, so what would cause sand to cover a swamp without that swamp having desiccated long before?

    Since a swamp would have dried out before the sands of a supposed desert would have covered it, the sand and clay layers above (and below) what would become coal need have been by water, Noah’s Flood filling the bill.

     


    If Noah’s Flood was Local Then Why Did People Mock His Project for Hundred Twenty Years?

    September 30th, 2014

    If Noah’s Flood was limited (sea level risen at the end of the Ice Age says such as Hugh Ross), then why did almost all the people for decades laugh at Noah’s building and foretelling what wouldn’t have been so shocking, that the sea level would rise just a few feet per year?

    And if that were true, why couldn’t Noah (and everybody else) plus the animals have just walked over the hill, escaping that ocean slowly creeping inland?

     


    Timing of Submergence of Cities Heraklion and Menouthis Embarrassing to Uniformitarians

    September 30th, 2014

    The uniformitarians can’t decide a date that Menouthis and Heraklion were consumed by the sea, cities of megalithic stone buildings and paved avenues.

    Impossible for them to admit it was the end of the Ice Age, they are reduced to citing earthquakes having caused the cities to ostensibly slide out several miles from shore to submerge, on the now extinct Canopic branch of the Nile which shows no discontinuity by those supposed earthquakes however.

    They say Herodotus referred to those cities in his day, but he was talking about Canopus, built circa 1100 b.c., not about the submerged cities of which he was unaware, for they had been submerged for a thousand years by his day.

    Some uniformitarians say Menouthis and Heraklion were submerged as late as 800 a. d., so why did no one record the event, wouldn’t that have been worthy of note?

    Where is the record of those cities from the centuries preceding 800 a. d.?

     


    Canopus Egypt Not Submerged for Pilot of Menelaus Died There so City Named for Him

    September 30th, 2014

    Canopus is sometimes said to be of the submerged ruins in Aboukir Bay near Alexandria, but the ruins of Canopus are onshore at the tip of the peninsula forming the western bound of the bay, named for Menelaus’ pilot Canopus circa 1100 b.c., after the Ice Age had ended.

    Some say Canopus was built before that, but the ancient Egyptians’ name for the town which was built there was Pikuat, and there was no town when Menealaus and Canopus had arrived, so it was named for the greek ship pilot, built after he died there by snakebite, the Egyptians having given it their own name.

    During the Ice Age (before Canopus), the big port cities there at the western mouth of the Nile were Heraklion and Menouthis, now submerged in Aboukir Bay since the time of the Exodus.

     


    Canaanites and Pelasgians Dominated Mediterranean Submerged Cities Menouthis Heraklion

    September 30th, 2014

    Why the submerged cities of Menouthis and Heraklion off the coast of Egypt near Alexandria were so named is a mystery, those cities obscure in history, few references, who named those cities?

    During the Ice Age when they were built, the progeny of Canaan were sailing all over Mediterranean, the progeny of Peleg too, so plausible is that Menouthis was named for Mneseus, brother of Atlas and son of Sidon (Posidon), while Herakles was the pelasgian Hercle, so Heraklion perhaps named for Peleg.