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Ancient Bronze Age Civilisations Around 1500 B.C. End of Ice Age & History’s Original Nations

by James Nienhuis • January 26, 2014 • 1,953 views

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Ice Age End Near 1500 B.C. and Genesis by James Nienhuis

Submarine megalithic structures off the coasts of Malta, Egypt, Lebanon, India, China, and Japan in waters up to 70 meters deep, were evidently submerged when the Ice Age ended and sea-level rose about 100 meters because of runoff from the melting of the Ice Age ice-packs.

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Many of these megaliths were astronomical measuring devices, which indicates that their Ice Age constructors had map-making capabilities and sailed the seas, as demonstrated by a commonality of the architectural motifs of the megaliths worldwide, and as demonstrated by Turkish navigational maps which were sourced from ancient Phoenician maps and show coastlines of the Ice Age world with accuracies of latitude and longitude to not be matched until modern times. Continue reading Ancient Bronze Age Civilisations Around 1500 B.C. End of Ice Age & History’s Original Nations

Veracruz Ballplayer, Venta Stele, Megaliths, & More Solid Proofs of Early Cross-Atlantic Ocean Travel

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Jomon (chin-Japanese) and Valdivian Ecuadorian pottery

The orthodox, stultified, mainstream historians – those that do it for money!- will never allow Cross Atlantic Sea and Ocean travel! Why? Because it doesn’t jive with the paraplegic paradigm of Darwinism. If they’d ever look further than their noses, they could easily tell that South & North America were discovered long ago before 1492 when Mr. Columbus sailed the ocean blue. No big deal, because long before the “proto” Indians allegedly crossed the Bering Strait, others had long ago crossed by ship to the “Americas.”

3000YrsOldChineseAnchorsCaliforniaThe Chinese had already done it a thousand or more years before Christ, as witnessed by the Chinese stone anchors found under the Pacific off of San Diego California, and so did the Jomon people from Japan and East China, as proven by Betty meggers of the Smithsonian that Equador’s Valdiva pottery was identical to Jomon pottery. Continue reading Veracruz Ballplayer, Venta Stele, Megaliths, & More Solid Proofs of Early Cross-Atlantic Ocean Travel