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    If ancient history professors would ask their students to draw maps of the port cities of the bronze age Mediterranean, what port cities would be drawn from the information they’ve gleaned in their textbooks and class?  For the mediterranean egyptian coast, they would probably note the port city of Sais, on one of the branches of the Nile river in its delta, or Buto, to the east of Sais, however, almost certainly, they would not include the now submerged old kingdom cities of Heraklion and Menouthis, five miles from shore in the Mediterranean, on the submerged channel of the now-extinct Canopic branch of the Nile, because submerged bronze age megalithic ruins are not seriously discussed in our hallowed halls of institutional higher learning. 

    And up the coast, off modern Lebanon, are the submerged ruins of Yarmuta, which disappeared from the pages of history circa 1500 b.c., previously an important canaantie trading partner with Egypt, but that port, along with the original cities of Sidon and Byblos, went under too, there ruins so attesting, but do the kids in college hear about this stuff?  No, because it really screws up the mainstream scientific notion that the end-of-the-ice-age sea level rise was circa 10000 b.c., defied by the historic bronze age cities’ ruins now on the shallow seafloor.

    With two big submerged cities off northwest India over fifty miles from shore, the students would have to decide whether-or-not to show the current shoreline of India as that of the bronze age, or the ice age shoreline, circa 2000 b.c. actually, when those cities were thriving, in vedic times, the sea level rise which consumed Dwarka desribed in those Vedas, much to the chagrin of the darwinists who will avoid talking about submerged ruins at almost all costs.

    And off eastern Greece, along with many other submerged cities there, are the bronze age stone ruins of Psathoura, which went under circa 1500 b.c., when the Flood of Ogyges consumed much of Greece, confirmed by Plato ‘though his date was clearly wrong, as Atlantis, a city, and a maritime empire of other port cities, also was inundated when the Ice Age was ending, a sore topic for the darwinists, but the evidence is all there, hard to ignore.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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