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    Ice Age Egypt Pharaohs Great Pyramid Sphinx Submerged Ruins Menouthis Heraklion Thonis Aboukir Bay Extinct Canopic Branch Nile Delta Bronze Age Port Cities Herodotus Alexander Great Queen Cleopatra When Did Heraclion Menouthis Cities Sink Beneath Mediterranean Sea?

    Submerged in Aboukir Bay east of Alexandria are the ruins of bronze age Menouthis and Heraklion (Thonis), three miles from shore on the seafloor in an area the equivalent of at least two hundred football fields combined, megalithic ruins of streets, plazas, temples, warves, the whole bit, so why did Alexander not visit there, instead going only to nearby Rhakotis, to the Temple of Amun, where he would build his city, with no mention of those two major rivermouth cities of the Nile?

    The key is that the now-submerged cities were on the canopic branch of the Nile, which began to die circa 1500 b.c. (because the Nile’s flow began to greatly assuage), all but a trickle by the of Alexander, and those cities long since submerged, because when the Nile river’s flow began to assuage was obviously when the rainfall upriver had precipitously decreased which was the end of the Ice Age, gulp (I can see the darwinists’ eyes glazing over with dismay).

    You”ll hear crazy dates anywhere from 600 b.c. to 800 a.d. for the submergence of those two very important port cities of ancient Egypt, but where then are they in the annuls of the great mediterranean cultures from the time of Christ, or as I said, of Alexander, or the annuls of the muslims if the cities really went under circa 800 a.d., or why not Cleopatra, where were those cities then?  They’d been submerged at her time for about 1,500 years, back since when the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt occurred, the climatology at that time confirmed in the Ipuwer Papyrus.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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