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    Bronze Ice Age Aqualithic Period Horse Drawn Chariots Trade Routes Sahara Desert Sahel Tracks Ruts Roads Berbers Garama Tassili N’ Ajjer Ahaggar Mountains Lake Tritonis Wadi Igharghar Fezzan Tafanasset North South Transit Gao Niger River

    The darwinists’ tortured timeline for the history of the Sahara desert looks foolish considering the nearly one hundred ancient rock art works of horse drawn chariots found from Tunisia down to the Ahaggar mountians of southern Algeria then on down to Gao on the Niger River.

    With ancient chariot trail ruts confirming that north-south transit across now one of the driest places on earth, the Sahara, the obvious conclusion is that the bronze age was the “aqualtihic period” of north Africa, when the wadis were rivers, such as the Igharghar from the Ahaggar mountains north to ice age Lake Tritonis (now the basin of the Great Eastern Erg).

    And south from the Ahaggar mountains during the Ice Age (which was the bronze age) flowed the river Tafanasset, now a wadi, south down across what now is a sea of sand to the Niger river at Gao, the rockart along those chariot routes bearing testimony to the fact that the “aqualithic” was the bronze age in north Africa, when other works of rock art show hippos, crocodiles, elephants, and fishing where now are the parched and stark moonscapes of the Sahara.

    Corraborative that the Ice Age began to end circa 1500 b.c. (timeframe of the Exodus) is that circa 1350 b.c., Jason and the Argonauts navigated and portaged portions of then diminishing Lake Tritonis, now the desert basin of the Great Eastern Erg, and camels came into vogue about a thousand years after that, by the time that the Sahara had become fully desert with just a few oasis between hundreds of miles of desert wasteland.  See much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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