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    Ken Ham in Australia Would Be Reporting Canaanite Ruins at Sarina Except He Doesn’t Believe It

    In his native Australia for a few weeks, Ken Ham could be reporting on the Canaanite ruins at Sarina, two miles of ruins along the coast of Queensland, centered at Freshwater Point, if only he would embrace that the ancients navigated the world ocean by the precession rate of the earth’s axis. ┬áThose “Phoenicians” (named for phonics) left their writing on monoliths and processed gold, copper, and mercury from the hydrothermal veins there, as well as, the murex shellfish from the sea processed to make the purple dye for which the Phoenicians were famous.

     

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