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WalterParks
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Atlantis The Eyewitness

 

ebook Formats

Part 1 The Creation of Atlantis-$2.99

Part 2 Atlantians and Their Legacy-$2.99

Part 3 The Destruction of Atlantis-$2.99

All 3 parts for $7.99

Paperback-$14.99


Many have believed that Atlantis was a fiction created by Plato.  Well Plato was not the first to write about it. 

We have found a very much earlier document.  It was written in 9619 BC, about 9,250 years before Plato’s writing.

Further, we have assembled enough evidence in terms of archeological finds and scientific facts to provide convincing proof that Atlantis really did exist.  And we have found the remains. 

You can see the sunken Atlantis on Google Earth and it is located exactly where Plato told us it sank.

The same tectonic plates and associated volcanic activity that created Atlantis also created 9 other significant islands and island groups that still exist.  There are also hundreds of related rocks and small islets.

Atlantis and these other Islands and Islets were created on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which is a section of Earth’s longest mountain range, most of which is underwater. 

But Atlantis and the other 9 significant islands and hundreds of islets rose above water and today still have altitudes up to 7,711 above the sea level.  This highest peak is on Pico Mountain in the Azores.

The Azores, now Islands, were once mountain peaks on Atlantis.

The process that created Atlantis is continuing.  The most recent new island is Surtsey located 20 miles south of Iceland.  It rose above sea level in a series of volcanic eruptions between November 8, 1963 and June 5, 1968.

Take a look at our book and see actual photos of the sunken Atlantis and the many other Islands created by the process that created Atlantis. And read the world's oldest surviving document which describes the destruction of Atlantis.

 

Walter Parks
UnknownTruths Publishing Co.
http://UnknownTruths.com
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Re: Atlantis The Eyewitness

This is intriguing. You may, however, wish to make it easier for people to find them on B&N by providing the product links.