Herodotus and the dating of the battle of thermopylae
It is an enigma because according to our current "knowledge" Antartica was not discovered until 1818.Hancock goes on to reveal many examples wich indicate that at some time in the distant past mankind was much more "evolved" tecnologically than in the recent past.Because it lasted for from 30,000 to 100,000 years and may have co-existed with other civilizations rising and falling it is most inauspicious to debate one specific time when it was in Tara or Crete or the Azores or Bimini or even Finias...Azazel is the chief of the Se'irim, or goat-demons, who haunted the desert and to whom most primitive Semitic (most likely non-Hebrew) tribes offered sacrifices.
The idea of one central location makes little sense when one considers such things as Ice Ages and changes in the flow of the Gulf Stream and climate that resulted.Modern day science along with society tend to believe that civilizations of the past were primitive in all aspects within their world of being.But how do we account for their mathematical, astronomical, and constructive skills that to this day, in many instances, cannot be duplicated.But if one is to accept a tentative explanation for enigmatic genes that humans possess, offered when the deciphering of the human genome was announced in mid-February, the feat was decided upon by a group of bacteria...The subject of the history of Herodotus is the struggle between the Greeks and the barbarians, which he brings down to the battle of Mycale in 479 B. The work, as we have it, is divided into nine books, named after the nine Muses, but this division is probably due to the Alexandrine grammarians.
The Old Testament states that Jeroboam appointed priests for the Se'irim.