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mysticaura   posted:9/23/2010 11:26:50 PM  (Reply)
yes. And it will appear again but not in our life time,this time around.
macros72   posted:10/3/2010 7:16:26 AM  (Reply)
Some think that Atlantis is what we now call antartica.  In the last moments of Atlantis a greater disaster happened - a pole shift.
treeofgreen   posted:10/3/2010 8:04:45 PM  (Reply)

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macros72  posted:10/3/2010 7:16:26 AM  (Reply)
Some think that Atlantis is what we now call antartica.  In the last moments of Atlantis a greater disaster happened - a pole shift.
loving this idea, the Nazi's were very keen on antartica right? With Hitler's obsession with the occult and legendary artifacts this is very interesting.
tapuout4985   posted:10/4/2010 1:04:31 AM  (Reply)
I've never thought of Atlantis in the mythical sense of it being the greatest civilization since sliced bread.  There are over 200 sunken cities in the Mediterranean Sea alone.  I think it is a story devised to keep the plebes in line.  "If you don't behave, the Gods will wipe our entire civilization from the planet."  It has the same subtext as the story of Perseus.
godlypunk   posted:10/4/2010 10:25:37 AM  (Reply)
Strange that most all civilizations had stories or knew of Atlantis. Including the Native American Indians. People who supposedly had no or little contact with each other all knew of it. I think there is something to it.
tapuout4985   posted:10/4/2010 5:41:38 PM  (Reply)
True, but they all for the most part had different names for it, or had learned of it second hand.  The Greeks, finest sailors of their day, only heard of Atlantis from the Egyptions who told them it was a civilization from 9,000 years previous.  Civilizations across the world all have stories of sunken cities and lost cultures because in the last 10,000 years, since the dawn of civilization, the oceans have risen almost 400 feet or so and there have been cities and civilizations all across the world swallowed by this growth.  Sometimes slowly, other times quickly such as when the Mediterranean Sea reflooded or when the Black Sea flooded. 
godlypunk   posted:10/4/2010 7:15:13 PM  (Reply)

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tapuout4985  posted:10/4/2010 5:41:38 PM  (Reply)
True, but they all for the most part had different names for it, or had learned of it second hand.  The Greeks, finest sailors of their day, only heard of Atlantis from the Egyptions who told them it was a civilization from 9,000 years previous.  Civilizations across the world all have stories of sunken cities and lost cultures because in the last 10,000 years, since the dawn of civilization, the oceans have risen almost 400 feet or so and there have been cities and civilizations all across the world swallowed by this growth.  Sometimes slowly, other times quickly such as when the Mediterranean Sea reflooded or when the Black Sea flooded. 
True, the ocean is covering some of the most fantastic cites to date. The more they find, the more incredible things they find. But that still doesn't mean Atlatis wasn't real. What if these cities are where they fled after it sunk. What if they used their engineering skill to create these new cities?  Could be. Edgar Cayce seemed to think so to. But, we have no proof either way.
tapuout4985   posted:10/4/2010 11:47:03 PM  (Reply)

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godlypunk  posted:10/4/2010 7:15:13 PM  (Reply)
True, the ocean is covering some of the most fantastic cites to date. The more they find, the more incredible things they find. But that still doesn't mean Atlatis wasn't real. What if these cities are where they fled after it sunk. What if they used their engineering skill to create these new cities?  Could be. Edgar Cayce seemed to think so to. But, we have no proof either way.
True that.  I don't deny the possibility that more advanced civilizations may have existed.  I think the Antikythera is a shining example of technology that is more advanced than we once believed.  The sophistication of the gearing and timing in that system is close to being a full 2,000 years ahead of its time.  I will not be surprised on the day we learn a civilization that has come and gone thousands of years ago was more advanced than we are now.  I think a good question to ask is this, "If we were to all die right now, what would remain of us thousands of years in the future?"  I don't think we would leave as much behind as people would like to think.


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