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Satellite Discoveries & Alternate Archaeology => Satellite Discoveries & Aerial Archaeology => Topic started by: War God of the Deep on December 19, 2015, 04:31:57 am



Title: Atlantis on Google Earth
Post by: War God of the Deep on December 19, 2015, 04:31:57 am
Atlantis on Google Earth

Doug Fisher

The outermost ring represents Atlantis' outer channel of water with an outside diameter of 3.10 miles (27 stadia) and inside diameter of 2.41 miles (21 stadia). You can use the program's ruler feature (Tools>Ruler) to verify the diameters.

Select Historical Imagery from the menu (View>Historical Imagery) to get a clearer view of the island from 2003. There you will see some unique darkened areas mostly retained within the southern portion of the central ring. One of these dark patches conforms to the only manmade building dimensioned in Plato's account, one believed to be located on the small central island. In the image below a rectangular outline approximately 606 feet (1 stadium) by 303 feet (1/2 stadium) conforming to Poseidon's temple has been placed over this dark shaded area.

   This image has been resized. Click this bar to view the full image. The original image is sized 931x810.


(http://atlantismaps.com/images/Temple.jpg)


Title: Re: Atlantis on Google Earth
Post by: War God of the Deep on December 19, 2015, 04:32:41 am
(http://atlantismaps.com/images/Temple.jpg)


Title: Re: Atlantis on Google Earth
Post by: War God of the Deep on December 19, 2015, 04:33:17 am
The following link will whisk you away to Argentina's Mesopotamian Plain with an overlay outlining its perimeter and pointing out the Parana and Uruguay Rivers. Using Google Earth's ruler feature and selecting the 'path' tab will allow you to verify the plain's perimeter and how closely it conforms to Plato's 10,000-stadia (1,150 mile) specification.

Right click the link and select 'Save Link As': Argentina's Mesopotamian Plain on Google Earth


http://www.atlantismaps.com/Mesopotamia.kmz