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The Real Sea Peoples Came From Atlantis!
But the real timing becomes obvious when the Bronze Age came to an end at the same time when the rains stopped in Egypt: 1200 BC. Was that the definite end of a longer climate change, that started earlier and forced people to move from areas now stricken by drought? It certainly seems like it.
Remember that the Exodus happened a generation before Merenptah, around 1300 BC and Joseph’s drought and famine already affected Egypt, Canaan, and Yemen as recorded in history some 400 years before that, around 1700 BC. So is that when the Climate Change began? And what caused it?
Yet Aramco historian Eberhard Zangger, declines to believe that climate change had anything to do with the movement of the Sea peoples, saying…”no field evidence has indicated significant climatic change!”
“For a long time, researchers sought to explain the transformations around 1200 BC by invoking natural disasters such as earthquakes or climatic shifts, but earthquakes on such a broad geographic scale are unheard of, and no field evidence has indicated significant climatic change. Currently, very few—if any—archeologists would consider the Sea People to have been identified.”
Oh really? How about all the fore mentioned hard facts! What happened? Aramco historian Eberhard Zangger almost comes to the right conclusion, but fails to draw it.
There are also the Sea People, whose city, realm, script and language and name are unknown: They came from nowhere and then vanished. There are the many references to Assuwa, Asiya, Ahiya and Ahhiyawa, states or confederations of states in western Anatolia, which played an important role in contemporary documents from Egypt and Hattusa, but whose city or cities, people, language and script are unknown. And finally there is the Discos of Phaistos, a unique—some would also say notorious—document, discovered on Crete in 1908, whose spiral inscription, using 45 different symbols, is inscribed on a clay disc 16 centimeters (6¼”) across. Although the origin and importance of this artifact are fiercely disputed, its discoverer, Italian archeologist Luigi Pernier, claimed parallels between the characters used in the Discos script and images of the Sea People from the Medinat Habu inscriptions. Indeed, the latest attempt by scholars to decipher the Discos even bears the title “The Language of the Sea People,” but the city, people, realm, language and name to be associated with the Discos are all unknown. — https://www.saudiaramcoworld.com/issue/199503/who.were.the.sea.people.htm
Most honest historians however, concluded long ago that mainstream historians are locked in a Darwinian mind clamp, from which they seem unable or unwilling to escape compromising for position, book publishing for filthy lucre, as postulated in our other articles.
For those details please refer to our article: Atlantis history sinking around 1200-BC End-Ice-Age-Flood/ how the Atlantis Sea People and coastal people everywhere were forced to move, by flooding!