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    The ruins of the city called Pavlopetri, named after a nearby island, are submerged off the coast of another island nearby, Elafonisos, both islands off the coast of southeastern Greece in the Laconia district.  The roman historian Pausanias wrote that in very ancient times those islands were part of the greek mainland, a peninsula which was called Onou Gnathus, meaning donkey’s jawbone, apparently named for the unique outline of the peninsula, so clearly that city along with many others now submerged off the coast of Greece, such as at Psathoura, Abdera, Astakos, and Platygiali, were flooded when the sea level rose with the end the Ice Age.

    Of course docmentarians such as Nic Flemming with the BBC, not publicly imagining that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b.c. at the time of the Exodus, say that earthquakes caused the cities to have dropped into the sea, without historical records of such however, while in ancient greek legend is the Flood of Ogyges, a king who lived circa 1500 b.c., that flood also known as the Flood of Dardanus, having flooded much of Greece as the ancient story goes, this historical documentation ignored for obvious reasons by mainstream scientists.

    When you consider the name for the greek mainland is Peloponnesos (named after king Pelops), a big peninsula jutting down from Europe, and that Plato called the geography of the empire of Atlantis a nesos, you can begin to see that the Iberian peninsula of Spain was the “island” empire of Atlantis, its coastal cities such as the City of Posidon, also known as the City of his son Atlas, now submerged off the coast of southern Spain, the capital city submerged probably thirty miles south of Cadiz.  Plato had the date wrong, that date of 9600 b.c. from the egyptian priests at Sais.

    In the story, contradicting the 9600 b.c. date by a long shot, Plato wrote that trireme ships, bronze age weaponry, and city building were practiced by the seafarers of Atlantis, and he wrote that aegean kings from circa 1300 b.c., Erectheus, Cecrops, Theseus, and Erysichthon, lived in the timeframe that Altantis went under, failing ‘though to have mentioned the Flood at the time of Ogyges and Dardanus, so you can tell where the truth lies, with the biblical model of course!  So please now read much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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