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Plato’s Caribbean Atlantis: A Scientific Analysis

ISBN-10: 
B01N5H56E5

Plato’s Caribbean Atlantis provides a scientific explanation for the greatest and most misunderstood archaeological mystery of any era – the lost civilisation of Atlantis.

In his two works, the 'Timaeus' and 'Critias', the Ancient Greek philosopher Plato wrote in about 360 BCE about a powerful Atlantean empire that existed over eleven thousand years ago. Plato described an extensive empire based on an enormous Atlantic Island located in the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlanteans were involved in a war with the people of the Mediterranean but natural disasters eventually destroyed the Atlantic Island, which sank beneath the sea and disappeared.

Plato’s Atlantis story continues to intrigue people to the present day. Up to now, the thousands of books written about Atlantis have tried to interpret the details Plato described, with hundreds of theories proposed for its location. All of these past interpretations and theories have attempted to explain a few parts of Plato’s story but do not explain the entire story.

'Plato’s Caribbean Atlantis' claims that Plato believed the Atlantis story was true and what he wrote was not his invention or a myth. He wrote an accurate account of Atlantis that had been recorded for thousands of years before his time. By using current scientific knowledge of the past, every detail of Plato’s story is explained so that one can picture a real Atlantis and its empire. The book’s conclusions may cause a radical rethinking of the origin of human civilisation and the geological processes that have shaped humanity.

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The ideas portrayed here are fanciful fiction. Plato was not writing about anything in the Atlantic. His mention of the Pillars of Hercules was a reference to a time, a date with the reference being to the constellation Hercules.
At the web page http://independent.academia.edu/HarrySivertsen/ can be read a very short paper that outlines the whole Atlantis tale and the penultimate chapters of the book Deluge from Genesis to Atlantis on the same page tell the full story...as Plato intended. What is more I do not charge for a correct evaluation...download all for nothing and there is much more on the page than Atlantis!

There is no better revelation of the history of Atlantis than that as told in "A Dweller on Two Planets" - a firsthand experience of an Alantean through the Akashic record. An amazing account of a civilization's stupendous rise to heights unknown and inexorable decline into decadence and savagery.

It is amazing how many people simply fail to do their research efficiently. This latest offering regarding Atlantis one of them being a good example.
Its location is absolutely false. How can I make such a firm statement? Quite simply. The elephant is a creature of Asia and Africa . It has not existed in its natural wild condition in America be it north or south or be it among the islands.

What relationship has this with Plato's tale of Atlantis? Again, quite simply..he states very plainly that there was a plentiful supply of... ,"every kind of animal, domesticated and wild,among them numerous elephants.
[Critias 4:114}

So Atlantis could only be a reference to either Asia of Africa...I suggest reading my short paper Titled Atlantis: the location as denoted by Plato followed the two relevant chapters in the book Deluge:From Genesis to Atlantis would be of help in understanding just what it was that Plato was trying to get across...or at least what he was writing about in an allegorical manner.

http://independent.academia.edu/HarrySivertsen

No misplaced elephants or wrongly placed anything else in this version! Even better, no payment, all is free!

Harry Sivertsen

You can't argue on the vague evidences or assumption , anything which is past can't be denied as untruth , Elephant or anything can be put anywhere by any reasonably "Advanced Civilization" , your argument doesn't stand a chance here , don't be a blind skeptic !!

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