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Stone Code from Zambales Mountains: A Link to the Atlantean Myth

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« Reply #45 on: June 16, 2007, 02:51:49 pm »

Hi Dhill
I for one, am very glad to see these posts.  I have been gradually coming to the conclusion that Atlantis had to have existed so much farther back in the past than what people would believe, but have been a little afraid to come out and say so directly.  I'm not a scientist and certainly don't have any proof, but I've been gently hinting that this might have been the case.  First, I cut up a world map and stuck it back together again, and then I went looking for something on the web that shows how the land masses might have changed over the years.  I did post those maps in "My theory" but did not post the time line as I thought people wouldn't accept that a civilization could have flourished that long ago.  The Tibetan Lama, Robsang Lampa said this civilization existed when the earth was young.  Therefore, I wanted to check out what the earth looked like when it was "young".  I have great respect for the people who have the education and the wherewithall to actually go out and search these things out.
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