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    The Marine’s song goes “from the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli . . . . ,” having fought the Barbary Coast pirates based at Tripoli of north Africa over a century ago who were harassing cargo ships plying the waters of the western Mediterranean, so what is the ancient origin of those people, what were their roots, what does barbary mean?

    Barbary derives from the ancient greek word barbaros, the root of the word barbarian, that negative connotation affixed to the word because the “barbarians,” the forefathers of today’s Berber (from the word barbar) tribe, were the Atlantioi, rivals of the Greeks, the greek historian Diodorus Sicilus having reported that the Atlantioi inhabited the region of the Atlas mountains at his time, those people later know as the Berbers.

    The Atlantioi at the time of Diodorus Sicilus were descendants of the Atlanteans about whom Plato had previously written.  He said Atlantis was flourishing circa 9600 b.c. during the bronze age, complete with global navigation, so clearly his date was wrong by over 7,000 years, the global navigational method explained http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, with the overwhelming evidence that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b.c., when Atlantis went under with much of Greece, confirmed by the legenary flood of Ogyges from that time; Plato ignorant.

    The Berber language bears affinity to ancient Canaanite, as does the mysterious Basque language of Spain, their roots in Atlantis, because Posidon was Sidon, a son of Canaan in the Table of Nations in the Bible, he and his progeny such as Atlas (from Plato’s story) having sailed west after the Tower of Babel during the Ice Age to establish the maritime empire Atlantis, with other families such as of Tarshish, a grandson of  Japheth, who founded what would be called Tartessos, its ruins now under the city of Seville.  Can darwinism explain these things?

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