Deluge of Atlantis

Deluge of Atlantis
Deluge of Atlantis

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Atlantean Subsidence

Atlantean Subsidence
Posted: 28 Dec 2012 12:00 AM PST
Global Warming and Terraforming Terra.



We have reached the point at which the Atlantean Subsidence can be characterized. Work here has pinpointed the event itself in time to 1159 BC. We established that it ended a sea based culture known as the Sea Peoples to the Egyptians and as the Atlanteans to us. This culture arose to principally trade in copper and other metals including gold and its existence generated an expansion of general global mining activity that lasted approximately one and one half thousand years. Its principal expression in archeology was palace based trading factories all over the globe.

This civilization provided the impulse for the first Chinese dynasty, the first apparent Indian civilization and surely Meso - America and the Andean and Amazonian cultures. I would also not rule out Sumeria and Egypt in all this as either part of the original emergence or at least driven by it. My point here is to recall the global impact of the European Nations of Spain and Portugal as well as Great Britain between 1500 and 1800, all before the industrial revolution made market access worthwhile.

The Atlanteans had 1500 years to pull it together and make themselves unassailable.

Their core cultural center was on their home islands which provided protection from barbarism. These home islands included Lyonese directly west of Ireland and of the same size, the Azores platform likely as large, the Bermuda Bank which was much larger and critically, the Cuban ridge which compares to Japan.

This whole complex, linked to the Atlantic Ridge and the orthogonal Cuban Ridge was vulnerable to additional subsidence after the Pleistocene Nonconformity in 11900 BC. The trigger was the ongoing removal of the northern Ice Cap which resulted in the steady rise of the Hudson Bay platform and the transmission of hydrostatic change southward in particular.

This massive subsidence took place in 1159 BC and by its nature took the day and night that is reported in the cultural records. The west end of Cuba appears to have dropped a full mile. Lesser amounts are noted elsewhere. The Bahama Bank likely dropped modestly as it is part of the continent. As far as the Atlantic Ridge is concerned, we need to locate cultural artifacts such as we uncovered in Cuba to determine the magnitude.

My expectation though is that the worst part of the subsidence was centered on the Cuban Ridge and the Gulf of Mexico and the effects were substantially contained there. Recall that the Bahama Bank extends from Mid Florida to the Cuban Coast.

In short, the subsidence was way larger and more extensive than imagined just as the scope of the Atlantean empire was way larger and more influential than imagined. If I have learned anything though it is that it does not pay to be conservative on this at all and lack of evidence merely means we have not looked.

--This is all very good to know and it is commendable research. However it has the same old problem of conflating the Bronze Age Atlantic Catastrophe with the End of the Pleistocene catastrophesly the problem is that the rising of the sea level to the modern level and the readjustment of the sinking of the seafloor down to modern levels were just ending then, both things being already  under way by the End of the Pleistocene. There are 7500 years between the two, the whole process took at least 7500 years. Events at either end are traditionally associated with "signs in the sky' That could have been comets or large meteors. However, when the geography was different and there was a big island in the middle of the North Atlantic, weather patterns were affected, the climate much worse and Ice Age conditons prevailed. Otto Muck is quite clear on the mechanics involved in this. If you have Atlantis in the Atlantic, you get periodic Ice Ages in Europe.nd or absence of the Atlantis island itself has no bearing on the Atlantean survivor cultures or whether or not they called themselves "Atlanteans": evidence indicates there was a cultural continuity right on up to the Bronze Age catastrophe, with the survivors still fiercely proud to be known as Atlanteans and none too fond of their historical rivals in the Eastern Mediterranean, make no mistake about that!
Also, from Saharan rock art, "Monoan"cultures  are merely North African cultures transplanted Northward to the islands of the Mediterranen all the cultures from Andalucia in Spain to Cyprus.

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