Thanks for your response,Kween
I grew up with both Indigenious and Biblical Flood stories,both being interchangeable from early childhood. Did they tap into ancestral memories?
These "myths" or stories are still being told in dance, painting, books and in all avenues of technology and multi-media. They have much power. I recently saw a painting a brother did of the Rainbow Serpent, showing both the Creation of the earth and the destruction through water. Awesome.
As for timeframe and evidence of a worldwide flood I am waiting patiently for all the gathered scientific evidence to be read correctly without bias or from the right perspective.
Just your basic wikipedia page - land bridges
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