Southwestern Spain’s Guadalquivir River Valley Fits Plato’s Atlantean Plain But Ignored by Experts for Their Biblephobia


Greater Atlantis wasn’t some huge island out in the Atlantic, because Plato said it extended inside the Pillars of Hercules, east to Libya and Italy, outside the Pillars (Gibraltar) as well, so the Sierra Morena mountains of southwestern Spain must be the mineral rich range north of the city of Atlantis (the city submerged south of Cadiz), and the Guadalquivir river valley the Atlantean plain, 200 miles by 300 miles in area wrote Plato. Having mined a wide variety of minerals, making bronze, the demise of Atlantis by the sea level risen makes no sense to the uniformitarians, who say the Ice Age ended many thousands of years before “the bronze age,” but they haven’t come to grips with the fact that the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c., its end within a century, when the ocean had cooled to about today’s temperatures almost a thousand years after Noah’s Flood.