Many have believed that Atlantis was a fiction created by Plato. Well Plato was not the first to write about it.
We have found a very much earlier document. It was written in 9619 BC, about 9,250 years before Plato’s writing.
Further, we have assembled enough evidence in terms of archeological finds and scientific facts to provide convincing proof that Atlantis really did exist. And we have found the remains.
We structure the evidence to answers 3 basic questions: how was Atlantis created; did it leave evidence, or a legacy; how was it destroyed?
This eBook is Part III.
Genre: HISTORY / Ancient / Greece
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The God Enki warned Ziusudra, King of Shuruppak that the gods were going to destroy mankind with a great flood. Sumerian Clay Tablet
The God Ea warned Ziusudra, King of Uthnapishtem that the gods were going to destroy mankind with a great flood. Akkadian Clay Tablet
God tells Noah to “Make thee an ark…” The Book of Genesis in the Bible
From Parts I and II we know that Atlantis was the foundation of all we are and all we know. But the great Atlantis was destroyed in 9619 BC.
Its destruction was part of a worldwide event observed by all of the ancient societies of the time. Each society “recorded” the event in the “folklore” of their day.
We have assembled a great deal of evidence as to how Atlantis was destroyed. Here I review the event of the destruction of Atlantis as remembered by the various societies of the time. Each of the ancient societies that witnessed the worldwide event made their own interpretations. You will see that each society witnessed the event in terms of their own abilities to understand and in terms of their own religious and cultural environment. I start the reviews with Atlantis itself.
After reviewing the ancient stories and “myths” I present the scientific evidence of what actually happened.
Please indulge my presenting part of the evidence in the form of a created story with assumptive dialog. Other than the created dialog, all the evidence presented is factual. I have tried to use real historical characters who speak the dialog. You will learn more about the historical characters as the presentation unfolds.
I believe the technique of using the created dialog makes the story more understandable and enjoyable.
Already translated. Translated by Roberto Felletti
Already translated. Translated by Patrícia Pinto
Already translated. Translated by Pedro Pablo Perez Aguero