Eastern Edge of Atlantean Empire Twas Ice Age Italy Sicily Malta Submerged Ruins Same Stoneworking Civilization


Plato wrote that greater Atlantis (the empire) extended eastward from the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) to the Tyrrhenian sea (west of Italy), which of course was during the Ice Age, the ruins now submerged off St. Julien, Malta called Gebel Gol Bahar confirming this, of the same building style as the spectacular megalithic ruins on Malta built circa 2000 b. c., helping to prove that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b. c. which was nine thousand lunar cycles before the time of Solon who heard the story.