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Herein lie the "Lost" Boreas Files by Rockessence


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« Reply #105 on: November 16, 2008, 03:19:19 am »

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Thanks Rock,
Yes, it is somewhat important to keep in mind that also ice and snow is WATER.
Just remember the old story about the guy who walked on water? Well thats rather commonplace in the northern hemisphere, - not only in the Baltics, but also in the Asov and Caspian winter. And where did he actually come from - this 12 year old "prodgidy" that amazed the Egyptian Templars and scholars with his knowledge, some 2000 years ago? As we know the story today he walked on The Sea of Genesareth, - but may also that be an inaccuracy in the tales told - before or at the time this peculiar "phenomenon" went on record?

Or is it inproper to keep a critical mind towards such a source? Or may it be "speculative" in itself - to even contemplate a logical explanation behind this and other myths surrounding the famous guy from N-as-ar-et?

Forgive me for asking, but the answers to these questions may be highly relevant in order to understand how information can be misdelivered, misunderstood, wrongly interpretated or counsciously altered (to fit contemporary needs/objectives) by the ancient narrators - constituting the records being our source-material.

Today we know pretty much about alternative sources to the New Testament with different signatures, giving alternate profiles of Jesus and his teachings. We may have to adapt some of the same critical view to our understanding of Plato, especially since his version is occuring not only decades and centuries, but even millenias after the actual occurence of the Atlanteans happened.

To many biblical scolars, not to mention clerics, this "alternative" information on Jesus and his life are hard to accept. Quite a few of them do not even want to hear about the content and the impact of the Dead Sea Scrolls or the Qumran texts. The problem is, though, that these alternate references DO exist - as historical evidence. Let us hope that the scientific minds, investigating the reality behind the legends of Atlantis, are more open to a new, exstensive source of historical information - as it recently occured with the Fenno-Swedish legend of Altlandis.

To reject this reference material before giving it a proper check, - would not only be non-scientific, but unfortunate to the whole process of identifying the reality behind Platos great work. His aim was to keep the core of the basic memory, telling about a higly important period in human history. Anyone who want to pay the great Greek his due respect should indeed keep BOTH eyes open, as they re-read Platos material, understanding that some of his details may be sligthly altered. Considering the millenias that actually passed from the happenings to the recordings it is highly impressive that anything at all from this ancient antiquety remained at all.

Among impressive archaeological discoveries as well as huge sites and monuments of higher ancient cultures, we now have another LITTERATE source of information, - describing the period of Altlandis in more detail and with a more clear, historical chronlogy and stringens than even Plato himself. If one dare to look!

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