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The Mystery of Atlit Yam, the 9,000-Year-Old Well-preserved Underwater City
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The Mystery of Atlit Yam, the 9,000-Year-Old Well-preserved Underwater City
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Not far off the coast of the village of Atlit in the Mediterranean Sea, near Haifa, lies the submerged ruins of the ancient Neolithic site of Atlit Yam. The prehistoric settlement, which dates back to the 7th millennium BC, has been so well preserved by the sandy seabed that a mysterious stone circle still stands as it was first erected, and dozens of human skeletons lay undisturbed in their graves. Atlit Yam is one of the oldest and largest sunken settlements ever found and sheds new light on the daily lives of its ancient inhabitants. Today, Atlit Yam lies between 8 – 12 metres beneath sea level and covered an area of 40,000 square meters.

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Don't know if you've ever read Graham Hancock's "Underworld", but it's an amazing book that talks about the flooding during the melting of the Laurentide ice sheet and how it affects various coasts around the world.

If I recall, he talks of two flood events as it melted. One being sudden, and one being slower.

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Full Circle  Wrote: (05-22-2019 01:26 AM)
Don't know if you've ever read Graham Hancock's "Underworld", but it's an amazing book that talks about the flooding during the melting of the Laurentide ice sheet and how it affects various coasts around the world.

If I recall, he talks of two flood events as it melted. One being sudden, and one being slower.

Is that something you just say, but not necessarily believe?

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RE: The Mystery of Atlit Yam, the 9,000-Year-Old Well-preserved Underwater City
silversides  Wrote: (05-22-2019 01:48 AM)
Full Circle  Wrote: (05-22-2019 01:26 AM)
Don't know if you've ever read Graham Hancock's "Underworld", but it's an amazing book that talks about the flooding during the melting of the Laurentide ice sheet and how it affects various coasts around the world.

If I recall, he talks of two flood events as it melted. One being sudden, and one being slower.

Is that something you just say, but not necessarily believe?

No. I added it to your thread because I believe it! chuckle The flood event is recorded in many past tales and stories.

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Since man has always lived near water for the fish and other bounty from the sea there are probably a lot of underwater cities around the world. Before the present interglacial 12,000 years ago sea levels were 120 meters lower than today, or 360 feet.

https://www.giss.nasa.gov/research/briefs/gornitz_09/

The whole area north of the UK and south of Norway was partly land, called Doggerland. They are only now sending research vessels out to explore it. Off the coast of India there are several cities that have not been explored to any extent. One is Dwarka:

Dwarka, India
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According to folklore, Dwarka is the home town of Lord Krishna, a placed believed to be an old wives tale, a myth, that is until the ruins were discovered 131 feet below the ocean. The ruins were found beneath the surface of modern-day Dwarka. The complexities and the beauty of this city, has baffled even experts. Now just how long ago was the sea level lower than Dwarka? Read the before NASA graph and it had to be longer than 10,000 years ago.

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https://in.musafir.com/Blog/6-submerged-...world.aspx

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Dwarka was explored in Underworld.

http://www.ancientpages.com/2014/08/19/d...the-world/

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Full Circle  Wrote: (05-22-2019 03:13 AM)
Natura Naturans  Wrote: (05-22-2019 03:12 AM)
Since man has always lived near water for the fish and other bounty from the sea there are probably a lot of underwater cities around the world. Before the present interglacial 12,000 years ago sea levels were 120 meters lower than today, or 360 feet.

https://www.giss.nasa.gov/research/briefs/gornitz_09/

The whole area north of the UK and south of Norway was partly land, called Doggerland. They are only now sending research vessels out to explore it. Off the coast of India there are several cities that have not been explored to any extent. One is Dwarka:

Dwarka, India
1. Dwarka - India
According to folklore, Dwarka is the home town of Lord Krishna, a placed believed to be an old wives tale, a myth, that is until the ruins were discovered 131 feet below the ocean. The ruins were found beneath the surface of modern-day Dwarka. The complexities and the beauty of this city, has baffled even experts.

[Image: gornitz_09]

https://in.musafir.com/Blog/6-submerged-...world.aspx

Dwarka was explored in Underworld.

I haven't read that one but I've read the Egyptian ones by Graham. Great writer.

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Full Circle  Wrote: (05-22-2019 03:13 AM)
Dwarka was explored in Underworld.

I haven't read that one but I've read the Egyptian ones by Graham. Great writer.

An excellent writer. He doesn't "tell" you how it is. He just posits questions and allows the reader to think about it all and research it in their own way and time.

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Interesting Bump

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Other than that, I couldn't care less about it.

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"Atlantis" is just the pre-flood world that is mostly under the ocean today, because sea level was much lower before the flood and humanity builds mostly along the coastal areas.

When you stare into a mirror and nobody is there, you will know the reflection has become self aware.
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From 2003:
Today, approximately 3 billion people — about half of the world’s population — live within 200 kilometers of a coastline. By 2025, that figure is likely to double.

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What the .gov's DON'T want you to know is that sea level IS rising with the melting of Antarctica and Greenland. Which is why .gov funding for science data on the rise was cut off. (under Bush, I believe). I can't remember who cut it off. But it was GOP.

Bury your head in the sand....FLA....East Coast.....LA...you're sinking.

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Yah things change, they change all the time. However the question is do we even know what causes the changes or are the drivers far beyond our current ability to grasp?

I think it's the latter, science wants us to believe they've figured it all out. Call me highly skeptical.

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Skeptic away. What IS fact is that this is a biosphere of Life. It all affects ALL. Whether you believe it or not. It's a FACT.

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