Plato’s Caribbean Atlantis: A Scientific Analysis
'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.