Nations Enjoying Submerged Stone Ruins Easily Evangelized by Explaining Real Cause & Thereby End Date of Ice Age


Natives of the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic nations are well aware of the submerged ruins found on the shallow seafloor off their coasts, much more aware than the rest of the world left mostly in the dark about them, so those most familiar with that ancient history now submerged are all ears when you tell them what looks obvious but is denied by the uniformitarians, that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b. c. An excellent case in point are the submerged ruins in Aboukir Bay near Alexandria, said to have been consumed by the sea sometime between circa 300 b. c. and 800 a. d., yet with no historical record from that timeframe that it happened, so it was before, and just before Canopus was named for the navigator for the greek king Menelaus of the Iliad, who founded Canopus about three centuries after Menouthis and Heraklion nearby were flooded when the Ice Age was ending circa 1500 b. c.