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Thursday, July 14, 2011

FOR THE BOOKSHELF: Classics Too Good to Die

In this book, the author lays out ancient records, some pre-Plato, suggesting ancient seafarers were well aware of islands in the distant Atlantic sea.  Through the centuries he lays out additional evidences in the form of anomalies, artifacts, maps, and writings suggesting a different way to look at the tale and its location.  Like paving stones leading inexorably to its target, the evidences are intriguing and the author never abandons logic as they are examined.

A must for any serious and balanced collection about the concept of Atlantis and alternative views of the development and movements of ancient human society.

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