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    Had you ever heard of the Parian Chronicle?  Not many have I’m sure, yet its rigorous chronology etched in marble covers greek history from 1581 b.c. to 264 b.c., quite remarkable, so why have we not heard about this chronology extending back to the time of the Flood of Deucalion?  The heroic age of Greece followed, that age having begun at the time of the Flood of Dardanus (Dardan) of archaic greek and russian lore, who was a forebearer (with his sons Troas and Ilus) of Troy.

    I don’t know if the flood of Dardanus is mentioned in that ancient chronicle from the island of Paria in the Aegean, nor either if is the legendary flood of Ogyges (who lived at that time too), but with Plato having described bronze age cities and warfare in his Atlantis account, don’t you think the young earth creationist model looks pretty good with the ice age having really ended circa 1500 b.c., knowing too that was the time of catastrophic climate change recorded in the egyptian Ipuwer Papyrus and the account of the Exodus in the Bible?

    Of course the Flood of Deucalion is described as the global flood, with Deucalion and Pyrrha the only humans to have survived it, they then having cast stones behind them which became their progeny (the pelasgians said they came from those stones), yet the flood of Ogyges, Dardanus, and of Atlantis was limited flooding, as you’d expect with the global sea level risen when the ice age ended, when the black sea basin was connected to the world ocean, so the historian who compiled the chronology misplaced the flood dates, the flood of Deucalion was actually circa 2400 b.c. which was Noah’s Flood (see http://globalflood.org).

    The Dardanelles Strait was named after you-know-who, that strait to the ocean from the Black Sea formed when the world ocean level rose with the end of the ice age, king Dardanus thenceforth the newly formed strait’s namesake, his progeny then building Troy when Jason and the Argounauts cruised by circa 1300 b.c., the Trojan War following at 1218 b.c. according to the Parian Chronicle.  Read more about the compelling proof for sophisticated ice age civilizations and how they navigated the globe at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, and pass it on.

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