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ATLANTIS & the Atlantic Ocean 1 (ORIGINAL)

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« Reply #540 on: December 30, 2007, 08:43:29 am »

Jaime Manuschevich

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Originally posted by Desiree:
I don't have to. The oldest surviving manuscript of Plato's, Calcidius, confirms all the earlier dates. Until someone comes up with a location that matches his geography, irregardless of the date (sorry, Jamie, your doesn't even come close), the earlier date stands.

I'd be more than happy to buy into an Atlantis that happened either earlier or later than the date Plato gives, by the way, but there has to be something identifiable with the land he is talking about. There just can't be loose connections like you're making and still call it "Atlantis."
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Fantastic... but, from the fantasy and the deficiency of data, nothing is demonstrated. It is like believing in Papa NoŽl or the centaurs...

The serious work is to contribute data to demonstrate that it was not a fantasy of Plato... I do not doubts that the text has errors and fissure. I share what said with wisdom and great common sense, Lewis Spence, a great student and deep investigator of the subject: "It is obvious that we were before a great memory of the world, of which the story of Plato is not more than one of broken and distorted fragments".

Sorry to you, but it is necessary to put the story into the real history, remove it from the world of the fantasy and the ridiculous argumentation in which have put it the persons that are incapable to contribute with real data and serious that ratifies this story.

The serious investigators we have the obligation to remove the myth by the hands of those who "believe" in texts platonic, as if it was a piece of a static and infertile religion.

This work is essential for to know and to understand the beginning of the human civilization, still sunk in the ignorance.

 
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