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    Underwater Ruins Cities Continental Shelf Marine Archaeology Nic Flemming Cambridge Southampton University Historical Implications Timeline Problem End Ice Age Pleistocene Last Glacial Maximum Bronze Age Climate Change Eustatic Sea Level Rise Undersea Megalithic Cities Settlements Aqualithic Period North African Sahara Desert Climage Change Biblical Correlations Conclusions Archaeological Record Holy Land Mediterranean Basin Submerged Ruins

    British nautical archaeologist Nic Flemming, with Cambridge University and the Universtiy of Southampton, through four decades of scuba diving, has catalogued hundreds submerged ruins’ sites all over the world, most of them in the Mediterranean, so why have we not seen a plethora of tv documentaries about this fascinating field of study?  The answer is obvious, because experts such as Flemming think the Ice Age ended, with the accompanying great sea level rise, circa 10000 B.C., curiously in line with Plato’s outlandish date that Atlantis and much of Greece went under circa 9600 B.C., causing me to wonder whether the darwinists such as Flemming actually tailored their time for the end of the Ice Age to comport with that which they say ‘though is a mythical tale. 

    But Flemming knows all about the many submerged bronze age ruins’ sites off southern Spain and Morocco, off Tunisia, Malta, and Libya too, of the ice age Atlantean empire, ruins of megalithic walls, plazas, and pillars, certainly not built circa 10000 B.C., as Flemming and the others surely know, and so, are reluctant to present the prodigious evidence of bronze age civilizations now submerged on the continental shelves from the time of the end of the Ice Age, which obviously ended much later than the accolytes of the darwinian timeline are willing to admit.

    Why are the submerged megalithic ruins important other than obliterating the maintream timeline for ancient history vis-a-vis the actual time of the end of the Ice Age?  Those enigmatic ruins are important because (as many mainstreamers such as Flemming are probably well aware by now) the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt, and many other mass migrations of people groups, occurred because the Ice Age was ending when the so-called bronze age civilizations collapsed, which is confirmed by many ancient ruins now stranded in vast deserts, such as the Sahara, from a time when obviously there was much more rainfall, which the mainstream scientists are just now coming to grips with too.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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