Plato Established Lineage of Atlas by Ham’s Grandson Posidon Who Previously was Thought to Be Son of Iapetus


The greek poet Hesiod circa 700 b. c. wrote that Atlas ruled far to the west, at the end of the earth, Atlas who the Greeks said was a son of Iapetus (Japheth who really sired Javan/Ion), but Plato circa 350 b. c. upset that applecart by his writings on Atlantis, that Atlas was a son of Posidon, who in reality was Sidon a son of Canaan (one of Ham’s sons) as outlined in Genesis 10 the Table of Nations.