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ATLANTIS airs Oct 7th on History Channel

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nikas
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« Reply #30 on: October 14, 2009, 01:37:07 pm »

Sorry, but if anyone has seen how infinitesimally small Malta is compared to the description given by Plato, there is no way it could be Atlantis.

Maybe it was a seaport, though. You know the Knights Hospitaller controlled it for centuries after the Crusdades, till Napoleon took it over.

Ok I have explained many times before but people don't pay attention to what I am saying; Malta is not Atlantis with the concentric circles e.t.c. Atlantis is submerged next to Malta. Malta is Mount Atlas or some mountain that was taller at that time or something. Atlantis was way bigger and is now submerged underwater and in a way subdued. Destroyed!!! Cart ruts in Malta that just drop into the sea prove that Malta itself was bigger in ancient times. Malta fits 100% the description of Plato’s Atlantis. I have done my research and I found out that Mount Etna (the Volcano) was born right at the time that Atlantis disappear. There was another volcano instead which blew up and created such destruction that parts of it were found in Arctic ice by core samples.
P.S Atlantis was not as big as people think. Read the description given by Plato but the stadio has to be 55 m (Egyptian), not 150 m(Greek). The story is narrated by the Egyptian so the Stadio is 55 meters.


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