Voluntary Blindspot the Biblephobes on Plato’s Atlantis Ignoring Greek Kings of Known Timeframe When Ice Age Ended


Plato wrote that the empire of Atlantis and much of Greece were consumed by the sea in the timeframe of five greek kings commonly acknowledged to have lived in the Aegean region circa 1400 b. c., those kings Erechtheus, Cecrops, Erysichthon, Theseus, and Erichthonios (whose brother Ilus and nephew Troas founded Troy). Dardanus was the father of Erichthonios, for whom was named the “Flood of Dardanus,” the same flood worldwide having begun circa 1500 b. c., it was the end of the Ice Age.