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    The ancient history of England is really pretty simple; during the ice age when the sea level was lower with settlements now submerged on the Dogger Banks and off the Isles of Scilly and Cornwall, off Keris, and elsewhere, the Formorian were the first settlers, hamitic speakers.

    These men (firs) of Morocco, known as great navigators by the old method explained in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, the same used by their patriarch Ham, who was Khem, Cham, Chiron, or Chronos, the time man, a grandson of his Atlas the map man, obvious namesake of the atlantean empire, the tin mining of the empire mostly there in the Cornwall region of England, having begun circa 2200 b.c..

    So darwinists, when did the ice age end?  Did it really end circa 10000 b.c. as they insist or does not circa 1500 b.c. much better fit the evidence and so should be considered by all rational investigators?  For the bigger picture, and certainly not at all what the darwinists will want to see, http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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