Uchronia?: Uchronia: Atlantis Revealed
Nearly 2,400 years ago, ancient philosopher Plato wrote the story of Atlantis, a compelling tale of an 11,000-year-old island civilization which has since captivated the imagination of poets, authors, and the minds of many scholars who over the centuries kept on searching for the legendary island. Today, numerous speculations place Atlantis in locations like the Azores Islands in the middle of the Atlantic, in Spain, somewhere off the coast of southeastern Cyprus, in Malta, or in more exotic locations like Indonesia, Antarctica, even in the "Bermuda Triangle" off the coast of the United States. Of course, while some past claims seemed more probable than others, never before has there been a discovery where all the physical characteristics matched Plato's description, until now! Author and researcher Christos A. Djonis, reveals a tangible find where not one or two, but every aspect of the proposed location matches Plato's physical description. The geography is identical, the volcanic geology is there, and the flora and fauna chronologically match the topography. If Plato's Atlantis was ever real, finally, there is a perfect match! This book does not end with the revelation of Atlantis though. Armed with DNA evidence and an array of other clues, it confirms the likelihood that Atlantians discovered North America more than 10,000 years ago. Other ancient civilizations followed later, including the Bronze-Age Minoans, a post-Atlantian culture which regularly mined copper out of the region of the Great Lakes. In a compelling way, the book further connects with several more controversial topics and puts forth thoughts and clues that could help explain some of the most contentious mysteries of our time. Is the Human Genome a real miracle or genetics? What is the meaning behind the Nazca Lines? Is there a secret chamber below the Great Sphinx? Is the Old Testament of the Bible a copy of a much older original? Be ready to open your mind, as history shall be revisited-in a way like never before.
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