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The Ancient 15th Century BC When Global Sea Level Rose 125 Meter

By Jonathan Gray

A HIGH-SPIRITED FILLY, WAS THE PRINCESS. 

She could down alcohol with the best of them.  The binge had gone on all afternoon. I don’t know what triggered the idea.  It may have been a dare.  Or just plain and simple curiosity.  In any case, what I shall relate to you shortly is almost beyond belief…

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For 4,000 years, the world’s sea level has been inching up. The Hadji map of 1559, whose original source dates back thousands of years, shows a land-bridge between Siberia and Alaska, which existed when the original map was drawn.  If the ocean between these two land masses were lowered 100 feet today, there would be a dry-land path between them.

According to some oceanographers and geologists, the ocean level may have been as much as 500 feet lower than today. Ireland was connected with England; the North Sea was a great plain;  Italy was joined to Africa, and exposed land cut the Mediterranean into two lakes. Continue reading The Ancient 15th Century BC When Global Sea Level Rose 125 Meter

Bronze Age ice melt rise of Sea level submerged port cities & shrunk Earth’s landmass

January 14, 2012 • 3 Comments  •  3,523 views

Submerged Ruins Atlantis

Author: James I. Nienhuis

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EXPOSITION ONE
Have you ever seen a map showing the bronze age port cities of the world?  You certainly have not, because the Darwinists will tell you that sea level at circa 2000 B.C. was little different than today, yet the presence of hundreds of submerged ruins’ sites from the Gulf of Chambay to Bimini, and from Cornwall to Nan Madol, certainly belie that notion, with most of the submerged ruins worldwide in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic, right where you’d expect them to be, where Sidon, Peleg, Javan, Tarshish, and Atlas plied the waters, building their port facilities, now submerged since the end of the ice age. 
Here is a partial list of the submerged ruins worldwide, with pictures where available, to be soon updated as more photos will undoubtedly roll-in from interested “submergie” aficionados, so help out if you can, hard as it may be for a Darwinist to do, but certainly not for a soon-to-be ex-Darwinist, we shall see.

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Bronze Age ice melt rise of Sea level submerged port cities & shrunk Earth’s landmass

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Submerged Ruins Atlantis

Author: James I. Nienhuis

EXPOSITION ONE

Have you ever seen a map showing the bronze age port cities of the world?  You certainly have not, because the Darwinists will tell you that sea level at circa 2000 B.C. was little different than today, yet the presence of hundreds of submerged ruins’ sites from the Gulf of Chambay to Bimini, and from Cornwall to Nan Madol, certainly belie that notion, with most of the submerged ruins worldwide in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic, right where you’d expect them to be, where Sidon, Peleg, Javan, Tarshish, and Atlas plied the waters, building their port facilities, now submerged since the end of the ice age. 

Here is a partial list of the submerged ruins worldwide, with pictures where available, to be soon updated as more photos will undoubtedly roll-in from interested “submergie” aficionados, so help out if you can, hard as it may be for a Darwinist to do, but certainly not for a soon-to-be ex-Darwinist, we shall see.

Continue reading Bronze Age ice melt rise of Sea level submerged port cities & shrunk Earth’s landmass