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Was Europe seporated from the content of Asia 30,000, ,3,000, 300 yrs ago?

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  • james m. clark jr.
    In my last post I wasn t certain, but mentioned an ancient waterway from the Mediterranean to the Baltic, however it is stated in part from the Black Sea to
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      In my last post I wasn't certain, but mentioned an ancient waterway
      from the Mediterranean to the Baltic, however it is stated in part
      from the Black Sea to the Baltic. Although it is somewhat hard to
      grasp the entire article and the author being a british isralite there
      are some quotes that many would consider reliable text; some very old
      reliable text as well as interesting sense of folklore and biblical
      mythology.

      At any rate, it's more than my stick in the mud, enjoy.

      be well,
      jamey

      Sailing From the Black Sea to the Baltic?!

      We see Gathelus reaching the BALTIC SEA from the NORTHERN AEGEAN SEA
      by way of THE STRAIGHT LEADING INTO THE NORTHERN OCEAN (BALTIC SEA).
      How could this be? Ancient geographers reveal that at one time THE
      CONTINENT OF EUROPE WAS SEPARATED FROM ASIA BY THE SEA!

      Notice what author S. Gusten Olson says: "At this point, one VERY
      SIGNIFICANT topographical factor must be taken into consideration.
      From the time the Phoenicians were the chief mariners until our time,
      DEFINITE CHANGES HAVE TAKEN PLACE IN THE LAND SURFACE OF EUROPE. It
      was initially a residual effect-extending shorelines, diminishing
      lakes and DISAPPEARING WATERWAYS." ("The Incredible Nordic Origins."
      Nordica S.F. Ltd., Kent, England. 1981. P.57).

      When discussing the amber trade of ancient times, Olson notes that
      "there is evidence that it [the amber] WAS TRANSPORTED FROM THE
      REGIONS OF THE NORTH SEA AND THE BALTIC TO THE AEGEAN SEA. One route
      traversed through Denmark and Germany, finally reaching the ports of
      the NORTH-CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN....In earlier times than has
      previously been realized, THE NORTH OF EUROPE has been CONNECTED BY
      WATERWAYS.... Thus it was possible for merchandise to regularly have
      been shipped FROM THE BALTIC TO THE LEVANT [the eastern land region of
      the Mediterranean Sea-- particularly Syria, Lebanon, and Israel] AND
      EGYPT!" (Ibid, p.57).

      Modern scholars ridicule this idea, but the evidence abounds in the
      geographical features of eastern Europe. If you look at a detailed map
      of eastern Europe you will notice vast areas of MARSHLAND in a line
      from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea -- from DAN-ZIG at the mouth of
      the VISTULA RIVER to ODESSA at the mouth of the DNIESTER. Also, the
      area southeast of DANZIG is peppered with small lakes indicating the
      area, at one time, was under water.

      The "Encyclopedia Britannica" comments on these MARSHLANDS:

      The PEIPUS REGION on the Estonian-Latvian borders of Russia...abounds
      in MARSH related to the distribution of boulder clay while FURTHER
      SOUTH are the PRIPET MARSHES. Here the VISTULA-DNIEPER LOW-ZONE
      north-east of the Carpathians crosses the European plain, and the
      PRIPET MARSHES are the north-west part of the Dnieper basin towards
      the indefinite boundary between the DRAINAGE SYSTEMS OF THE BLACK SEA
      AND THE BALTIC. These great areas of marsh have had great influence in
      ISOLATING CENTRAL RUSSIA, ESPECIALLY FROM THE WEST, and they determine
      to a large extent the HISTORIC WAYS OF COMMUNICATION from the west
      into Russia, that of Vilna-Smolensk north of, and that of Lemberg-Kiev
      south of the Pripet marshes. -- 1943 edition. Vol. 8, p.831.

      At the time of the Exodus the area from the Black Sea to the Baltic
      was under water and deep enough to allow the shipping of the day to
      pass through. Gathelus, therefore, traveled from Irena to the island
      of Gothia by passing into the Black Sea through the DARDANELLES, then
      to the Baltic by way of the "straight leading into the NORTHERN OCEAN."

      M. Paul du Chaillu, in his early history of the English-speaking
      Nations, "The Viking Age," CLEARLY brings the SCANDINAVIANS (tribe of
      Dan) from the region of AR-SARETH or DACIA and GETOE -- which is a
      locality to the NORTH-WEST OF THE BLACK SEA. From here, according to
      Chaillu, they traveled TO THE NORTH COAST OF EUROPE THROUGH SOUTH
      RUSSIA, POLAND AND PRUSSIA. This was precisely the route taken by
      Gathelus and Scota.

      Since "Dan abode in ships" and were a SEAFARING PEOPLE from before the
      time of the Exodus, why would they suddenly beach their ships and take
      a land route across Europe to the Baltic? THEY DIDN'T!! They traveled
      the same waterway or "straight" which separated Europe from Asia --
      following in the wake of Gathelus and his people!

      Only with this knowledge can sense be made of the ritual on the island
      of Samothrace. This island marked the BEGINNING of voyages to the
      Northern Oceans by way of the Black Sea and the waters that separated
      Europe from Asia.

      rest at:

      http://www.biblemysteries.com/library/liafail.htm
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