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    Carefully read Plato’s Critias and Timaeus, the portions on Atlantis, and you’ll see that the famout coastal empire extended inside the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) to Italy (Tyrhennian Sea) and Libya, and outside as well, ‘though he doesn’t say how far, but with submerged bronze age ruins off the Islands of Scilly and Cornwall of England, and submerged ruins too on the continental shelf along the atlantic coast of Spain, the atlantean empire extended that far outside the Pillars of Hercules, submerged since the end of the ice age.

    Of course the circular City of Posidon, also known as the City of Atlantis, must be submerged somewhere probably near Gibraltar, and from what has been reported, the ruins reportedly seen thirty miles south of Cadiz, Spain, in over a hundreed feet of water by Paco Salazar (with Maxine Asher) decades ago is the likely candidate, because Plato said the city was five miles from the ocean coast, connected by a north-south canal, so the city must be about five miles from the old ice age coastline when sea level was much lower, that submerged coastline and site now about thirty miles from the modern shoreline since the end of the ice age.

    Gades was a son of Posidon (Sidon) according to Plato, that son the namesake of Cadiz which was about thirty miles inland during the ice age on the Guadalquiver river flowing down from the mineral rich Sierra Morena mountains into the Atlantic below; and the ancient name of Lisbon (Portugal) was Olisippo, named after another son Elasippos, then there’s Geryon of of ancient greek legend, the namesake of Algeria, and Tunis the ancient pelasgian name for for the sea god Neftun (later Neptune), who was Posidon, the Sidon of Canaan in the Bible, so there you go with the fact that Plato said that Erysichthon, Theseus, Ogyges, and Cecrops lived in the timeframe that the sea level rose, all clear proof that the ice age ended much later than we’re being told.  And read much more about all this here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com

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