HERODOTUS BASIN: Is the Levant a deathtrap?

According to the Science.org article entitled the Mediterranean Sea may harbor piece of oldest ocean crust, “Herodotus Basin is thought to be 340 million years old” (i.e. one of the oldest ocean crusts in the world). But is it? Or is it just washed out and exposed every time there is one of these cataclysms that cause the world’s oceans and seas to pour onto dry land with enough force to erase damn near anything man has ever made in a matter of hours? I’m pretty sure we are seeing the old ocean crust because it was exposed by a previous cataclysm.
Mount Tabor is the highest mountain in Israel at 1,886 feet. Now in the Pacific Ocean, it is estimated that the height of the tidal waves that wash ashore as a result of the seiche effect will reflect the depth of the ocean. The seafloor off the coast of Israel is 16 kilometers deep. That is ten miles or 52,800 feet.

 

Immanuel Velikovsky, without whom we would know nothing.

PART I. REWRITTEN TEXT FOR leonardodvinci.tv


If you are reading this, the entire research paper consists of Cut & Pastes from older work. As a reminder, this is all the author may be able to do before the end. The Cut & Paste section that follows IS ALWAYS EXPANDED SEQUENTIALLY so that the newest additions are at the very bottom of the page.

 

 

WARNING: Possible minefield ahead

 

Zeus

PART II. CUT & PASTE


What follows are fragments of text pulled from older versions of the author’s work, sometimes WRITTEN IN THE FIRST PERSON. These fragments vary anywhere from a brief note to entire sections. Please remember that each Cut & Paste is from OLD, UNEDITED WORK that may include anything from inadvertent errors to DANGEROUSLY MISLEADING CONCLUSIONS that desperately need to be rewritten. “For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little.” The reader must exercise some beyond this point.

 

 


What happened at Tanis?


What happens to the Levant during one of these cataclysms?

This Google Earth image shows the location of Tanis in relation to Jerusalem. As you will see below, these two cities are very comparably located in relation to the apparent direction of flow of the Mediterranean Sea during a cataclysmic event.

My initial impression when looking at this same image was that the Adriatic Sea and Black Sea flood Greece. But that the direction of flow is to the southeast, more or less in a direct path of Jerusalem, is painfully obvious to me. Moreover, for whatever reason—most likely the direction of the planet’s spin—the fact that the Western United States appears to have been washed over by the Pacific Ocean in the past, the direction of flow for all major bodies of water, I believe, is from the west toward eastern shorelines.

And here is a close-up. I’m sorry but this just leaves no doubt in my mind whatsoever that the direction of flow is directly at Jerusalem. Look at Cyprus for example, and the Mediterranean Sea floor. While on the subject of the Mediterranean Sea floor, look at this image off the coast of Israel.

The Mediterranean Seafloor is 52,800 ÷ 1,886 = 28 times deeper than Israel’s highest mountain.

And what do we see on the other side of those mountains? It is a huge drainage ditch. This has happened before, I can assure you. It will not be the first time.

Holy Ground

If Tanis is how the bankers know what is going to happen to the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, what are the implications for Moses and the whole “promised land” thing?

Exodus 6:7–8
…and I will take you to me for a people, and I will be to you a God: and ye shall know that I am the Lord your God, which bringeth you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians. And I will bring you in unto the land, concerning the which I did swear to give it to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob; and I will give it you for an heritage: I am the Lord.

The numeric symbolism of the progeny of Jove in the creation of the State of Israel is, as Manly P. Hall would say, painfully obvious


xxx

What really caused the destruction of Tanis?


The destruction of Tanis is thought to have been caused by an earthquake, but these large obelisks all falling in the same direction sounds more like water to me than an earthquake. 

Today, the main parts of the temple dedicated to Amun-Ra can still be distinguished by the presence of large obelisks that marked the various pylons as in other Egyptian temples. Now fallen to the ground and lying in a single direction, they may have been knocked down by a violent earthquake during the Byzantine era. They form one of the most notable aspects of the Tanis site. Archaeologists have counted more than twenty.

Wikipedia, Tanis

RUNTIME: 14:16
TITLE: Evidence Of An Ancient Cataclysm At Tanis In The Nile Delta Of Egypt 
CHANNEL: Brien Foerster 
POSTED: July 28, 2022 (ten hours ago as of this writing)
VIEWS: 19,622 views as of July 28, 2022  
x

№ 2: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 3: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 4: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 5: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 6: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 7: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 8: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 9: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 10: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 11: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 12: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 13: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 14: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 15: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 16: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 17: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 18: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 19: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 20: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 21: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 22: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 23: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 24: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


№ 25: Cut & Paste

PASTE HERE


Allegorical painting of Queen Elizabeth I with figures symbolizing Father Time and Death (c. 1610) [Credit: Wikimedia Commons]

 

Research Notes


XXX

  • List items