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    Who Name Real Historical Person Etymology Roman Word Sea God Poseidon Pelasgian Atlantean Netuns Neptune Atlas Hercules Etruscan Hero Ercle History Atlantis Mediterranean Records Biblical Characters Origin Old Book Bible Genesis Veracity Foundation

    The history of legendary Atlantis was known to the people of various languages throughout the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic.  Ancient japhetic language speakers such as the Tartessians (Tarshish) of Spain recalled Atlas, the strong man who figuratively held the world on his shoulder, Atlas known as Ercle (Hercules) to the Etruscans of Italy, who were descendants of the shemitic speaking Pelasgians, lineage of Peleg.

    Plato wrote that Poseidon was the father of Atlas, Poseidon who was the canaanitic Sidon east from Canaan, and to the pelasgian Etruscans he was known as Netuns, later the god Neptune of the Romans, and namesake of Tunisia.  All these solid lineages and languages from the biblical Table of Nations in Genesis 10, the template with which to truly understand the ancient world, the biblical account ‘though said to be nonsense by the academic elites who however are clearly bibliophobic.

    Legends abound that the sea level prodigiously rose engulfing much land, the Flood of Ogyges for instance, the same as the Flood of Dardanus, those kings certainly known to have lived when the so-called bronze age transitioned to the iron age, and Plato mentions kings who lived at that time too, Erectheus, Cecrops, Theseus, and Erysichthon, whom he said lived in the timframe that Atlantis went under, clearly in contradiction of his date 9600 b.c. that Atlantis was flooded.

    Now can it be more obvious that the Ice Age began to end circa 1500 b.c., confirmed by all those legends?  That was the time when North Africa began to turn to desert, when the “aqualithic” period there began to end, and as Plato wrote in his Atlantis rendering, streams which abounded in archaic Greece dried up, confirmed by over 300 bronze age sites having been discovered next to anciently dried up streams, from the time when Plato said vast forests and rich pastures covered Greece, read much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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