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    Meaning Definition Word Pelagic Open Ocean Sea Marine Water Column Etymology Biblical Peleg Line Family Progeny Patriarch Shem Ice Age Sea Levels Underwater Cities Adriatic Aegean Sea Pelasgo Illyrian Albanian Linguistic Family Ancient Bronze Age History Etruscans Pelasgians Pelagos Islands Greece Lydian Lemnos Stela Writing Lemnians Language Relationship Genesis Veracity Foundation

    If you could have talked to the ancient greeks, they would have told you that the sea level rose to consume much of (what later would be called) Greece in the timeframe of the pelasgian king Ogygos, who lived when the so-called bronze age was transitioning to the the so-called iron age, and who happened to have lived certainly in the same timeframe as “athenian” kings mentioned by Plato in his story of the submergence of legendary Atlantis (and much of archaic Greece too), kings Kekrops, Erysichthon, Erectheus, and Theseus, who lived just after what actually was the end of the ice age circa 1500 b.c., when the sea level began its hundred year rise consuming about twenty-five million square miles of land worldwide, the Flood of Ogygos and the Flood of Atlantis the same.

    The pelasgians are acknowledged to have been some of the first to have settled what now is greece, with many of their megalithic ruins now submerged off Greece at Pelagos Island, Psathoura, Pavlopetri, and many other locations of which we hear little, because they prove the ice age ended at the time of the Exodus, certainly not at all music to the ears of the darwinists quite obviously, so the indicated linkage of the ancient Etruscan language of Italy to the Lemnian of Turkey and Pelago Illyrian of Albania is not acknowledged due to deep sea travel having been necessitated in archaic times, but the method for that navigation is explained in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, the big picture presented at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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