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    Annual Lebanon Water Festival Photography of Posidon’s Submerged Ruins Yet Academics Don’t Care

    Where now is called Saida (meaning fishing place in arabic) was selected for the annual Lebanon Water Festival, not because of the fish rather the plenteous submerged ruins in the area to photograph, anciently known as Sidon (named for Canaan’s son), constructions consumed by the sea when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c., so the history of coastal Canaan land before the time of Joshua is there on the shallow seafloor. Predictably there is no mainstream academic interest in the extensive stone ruins (proving the real time of the end of the Ice Age) found also off Tyre, Yarmuta, and Byblos, waiting to be explored by such as National Geographic and the many schools of nautical archaeology now paralyzed by the subject at universities around the world.

     

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