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Wake Up From Your Slumber
In part 2, chapter 40 of Marco Polo’s account of his journey to China, he tells of wolf-and-tiger-eating dragons, thirty feet long and eight feet wide, short legs, big teeth, able to swallow a man, said to have been killed by the locals burying iron tipped posts beneath the sand such that the gorged dragons after eating would drag themselves to watering to fall on the spikes, where today is Yunnan province.
Wiki says the name China came from the Persian word Chini, so either the people who would be called Chinese just liked that Persian name for them, or both people groups knew that the earliest Chinese were Sinites of Sin (a son of), which is more likely?
Reading through the uniformitarians’ literature on the, you’ll notice those concerned more with geology, the supposedly “many Ice Ages through millions of years,” will say the “last” ended around 18000 b.c., while the uniformitarians with the submerged ruins and climate change on their minds will say it completely ended as late as 1200 b.c., which of course is the tail end of when it really began to end circa 1500 b.c.
Looking at the waterfalls of the world, mighty forces of erosion, does it make sense that those falls are millions or thousands of years of age?
Look at the Celtic Cross monuments of Ireland, many predating the cross of, and know that it was an ancient measuring device called the wheel and cross, the archaeometer (patented as a backup navigational device), with which the ancients measured and thereby mapped the earth according to its precession rate. That rich history is confirmed by arrivals to Ireland by sea in ancient times of the Formorians, Partholon, the Nemedians, Firbolgs, the Tuatha de Danaan, and Milesians, all mariners surely with maps and/or the means to make them, with such as the Celtic Cross, and Dixon’s Relicts found in the Great Pyramid of Giza.