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    Ancient rockart in the Sahara of the Fezzan region in southern Libya portray horse-pulled chariots of bronze age vintage with cattle, crocodiles, deer, and fishing, where now the land is parched desert, near the ancient city of Garama, founded circa 1300 b.c. by a grandson of King Minos of Crete, as legend has it, with an underground artesian aquifer there in the limestone bedrock which enabled the city state of Garama, also known as Germa, to tap it for their water needs while north Africa was turning to desert, when Jason and the Argonauts had sailed into what was left of the Lake Triton, south of Syrt of Syrene, which was named after the Sirens who were Amazons of ancient greek literature.

    The Garamantes became known as the Mandings, and since Garama was a Cretan who had sailed to the african coast, it’s not surprising that Clyde Winters has established an etymological link between the ancient Manding and the Olmec language of ancient southern Mexcio, seafarers all, by the method explained in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, how too the  Amazons sailed to what later would be called America, named after the Americos tribe of Venezuela, which was named after Venus, and the Caribbean after the Carians, so do you see the pattern?  Read on here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com for a great overview of ancient world history, and http://jamesnienhuisradio.com.

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