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The Atlas of Atlantis and Other Lost Civilizations: Discover the History and Wisdom of Atlantis, Lemuria, Mu and Other Ancient Civilizations

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A book by Joel Levy

Was there once a civilization more advanced than ours, more technologically sophisticated, and more spiritually aware than our own? For anyone intrigued by these questions, this is the first definitive overview of the theories about the location of lost … see full wiki

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Author: Joel Levy
Genre: Science
Publisher: Godsfield
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Atlantis- Either fact or fiction?

  • Oct 4, 2008
Rating:
+5
The book discusses popular theories on the existence of other continents and vivilizations. Plato described Atlantis in the Dialogue of Critias. Atlantis consisted of the following features:

o Temple of Poseidon with a ceiling of inlaid ivory
o magnificent palaces surrounding the temple of Poseidon
with hot and cold baths
o the laws of Atlantis laid down by Poseidon and governed
by 10 kings
o Bull cults roaming the temple
o the 5-6 year interval for sacred bull hunts

The Aqueducts carried water to the outer concentric circles of the city. The mineral oriohalum was contained on the Poseidon pillar. Edgar Cayce believed that the continent of Atlantis existed somewhere between the Mediterranean and Central America.

Lemuria was the lost continent in the Indian Ocean. Africa, Madagascar, India and Malaysia were linked by a giant supercontinent. Native Lemurians were said to have 4 arms and eyes in the backs of their heads. Atlanteans and Lemurians had no logical thought but they did have an extensive power of memory and
telepathy.

The Land of Mu was said to exist near Easter Island. The terra firma consisted of a chunk of land masse measuring 3000x 5000 miles with 64 million inhabitants.

This volume is a fantastic rendition of continents believed to have existed many centuries ago. Some futurists believe that these lands may rise againin the not too distant future.

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