special information and work on 'Atlantis question of flooding in
This is the first article by Dean Clarke put online for the Atlantean Research Journal for 2002, and this is a compellation part of ongoing work since 1980's. Map is made By Dean Clarke July 5th 2002 c.
2. Odre, Atla as the later term to the Offa figure more in a water aspect partially Sun God-Waters?
As you can see 'F' ; then ,'T'; then, 'S' ;then, 'R' or 'N' ; then, (-)'R' and 'T' dropped ; then, (+)'T' and 'R' returns, and then 'Tm' or 'Tn' appears. Beginning from 14,000 BC with 'F' and ends at 5,400 BC with 'TM' consonants.
The development is lip to dental to tongue-dental to aspirate -tongue to dental-lip and the beginning of the tongue dental with worship of the Sun and Moon as indicated by the 'S' as combined. 'N' is emphasized when moon is starting to become more popular then sun for calendar and R and T are dropped as equals which signifies a Basque 'Rabbit' association of sacrificed moon-god. 'T' and 'R' return a failure of the sacrifice or emphasis on moon only in calendar study. Setting Sun begins to be a addition to the calendar Sun re-emphasized in correction.
As one can see 'T' seems to be to early so a 'T' form of a 'k' or 'Ch' sound is more plausible after the earlier 'F' sound. The most sustaining or disappointing in terms of persistent flooding and religon is after a major flood that occurred was at 9,600 and at 7,500 B.C. this is very likely in regards to Ice Age high melting period and subsequent end. The period between 9,600 and 7,500 B.C. there was a resting phase for it was more predictable. It was a period when women became more settled in life then had before and even more relied upon. Which explains the return of a female solar deity. However, at 5,400 B.C. the Moon slowly competed with Sun in the form of a male due to the waters returning to flood. This is then marked with the introduction of female as the Setting Sun line and Copper is introduced. What this all means is that Floods success or fear was based on vague religious notions that a Sun or a Moon God even sometimes an earth god might stop it from re-occurring or was encouraged during a drought. In so doing a pattern begins to emerge of when major floods over the more minor ones dictates a sense of place or time of occurrence. It must be warned that it is dubious to use a place name to determine such events, in other words do not try this at home. The only evidence to prove I am close in terms of correct or right is with only geological evidence, and even then it would be difficult to determine if the consonants were actually formed words in this order at those specific times. I spent 30 years organizing the pattern, so to prove this it would take about that much time to say it is even possibly so for confirmation. But, one thing is certain of this outline are that a geological event in man's memory can be recorded with an outline to eyewitness place naming results. That are based on a vague religious notion or linguistic taboo's in language choices about what some gods effects or which god to credit or not to the failure of a garden or the regular water source for the said garden. Now knowing this does not excuse the use of the terms, or the wear down of languages at 1-2 consonants per a couple of thousand years in choice as one over another one or the pronunciation problems of it. Yet, if the word is redundant in pattern like a lost echo and refers to some revered institution of libation to prevent or encourage a flood we may thus have a record though an extremely vague one without specifics. If the pattern is outlined with myths or stories of chronologically close events to their said naming then you might have only the beginning of a picture and not a final result. But, if the result shows a language progressive adaptation one culture consistently replacing the other as a cultural dynamic without the use of a more for sure chronology of time this would only leave a unsure picture again. If the said name refers to a flooding in the first instance then within it a specific identity in a more morphological mythic form it might suggest a event, but it must have two prerequisites:
Also, the words absolutely must reflect in French or
otherwise a comparable explanation outside of taboo or myth in regards to how a
French explanation in a very rude form describes a flood sound i.e. R-R-R-R as
rushing or roar of rapids, as opposed to a bigger flood R-E-I R-O-A-R. Even a
term like rude 'Undrrrr' for rumble or thunder of the earth in a earthquake
which you can see the 'ndr' i.e. 'Neter' seems to be older then the mbl of the
Umbers a more corrupted Unders. The Under in fact is from the original Uder but
this is where they begin to separate in meaning due to 'n' in the middle of
word is passive almost past tense. The knowledge of a volcanic origin however
is much more difficult if you do not have knowledge of that oldest god's name,
and forget Vulcan as the excuse. It is really easier to make that Ana-Vauk then
Vulga -An if we want to look at a more prehistoric form i.e. Hava-Ak. And we
find this is so in France in the form of Ava-aut, or a Hava-aux or even Offa's
Dyke who once being a giant almost of a one eyed storm and fire breathing
'personi' in some accounts. Based on this information we cannot say of Bedouin
or otherwise of origin, but what can be said of the Ava aspect is one of the
widest distributed in
You will also see all Ice related melting in the Northern France ends by 7,500 B.C., and Southern France finalized by drifting icebergs by 5,500 B.C.. Before this most of Atlantis sinking occurred between the Mid-Atlantic around Azores down to the south, but before this at 14,000 B.C. 1/5th of the Northern Atlantic regions went completely underwater, Lyonnesee, or Hyperborea was lost i.e Pleadies and a flood that covered at least 1/3 of France. This also might explain the other reason of Neanderthals were a dying out as a race in France, who had as the only place to go someplace to the north, who were people being pushed by the also escaping Cro-Magnon. They were lead right into an even more inhospitable place that had then only recently had a major flood in Northern France, which placed icebergs by lunging them into the mountains in a tsunami fashion. It seems to fit that starvation in such a condition would in fact ensue, all the major animals were dead already when they arrived there, and were a people left to eat few returning rabbits and newly passing birds.
July 7th 2002 C. By Dean Clarke