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Ancient Maps( before 855 -bc Upside Down ??!)

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« on: September 25, 2007, 06:30:25 pm »

Well Blue Hue, I must admit, you're certainly convincing me of your theory, now that I understand it better.  I know nothing of the ancient Egyptian rulers, nor of the deals that were made regarding their lands.  However, I find the logic of your theory quite sound.  In MY mind, I was trying to correlate the story of the Pillars of Hercules with the cattle he stole from Geryon, and altho I wanted to take some time and apply myself to it, (which I haven't done yet), I find that since there were a number of different Hercules, I had decided to leave that factor out temporarily, to see if other data coincided.  I wanted to re-hash the story of the Amazons, using your information to see if it would fit.  I find that just looking at odds and ends, the story fits a bit better, if one considers everything Diodorus Siculus wrote regarding the peoples in the area.  The one point that really bothered me was that the Atlanteans were neighbors of the Amazons, and were attacked by the Amazons, and THEN the Amazons crossed Libya attacking Nomads as they went and then made friends with Horus of Egypt.  From there they went thru Arabia and around into Turkey and then the Greeks islands, where the Amazon queen put up a temple on Lesbos.  This trek makes much more sense to me.  They travelled with 3000 horse, and for them to swim this army across the strait of Gibralter makes no sense.  However, there was nothing mentioned about them crossing the water to attack the Atlanteans, other than that both the Amazons and the Atlanteans lived on a huge island or piece of land that was attached with a narrow neck.  Also that there were numerous volcanoes.

So - yes, your theory makes a lot of sense to me.  If that woman that makes the maps is correct, then your theory definitely has some meat to it.  I can definitely see where the building sites would have been built upon over and over, so anything that WAS Atlantean, would still be buried, as it were. 
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