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Luigi Usai's Atlantis discovery - leon elshout

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« Reply #150 on: July 14, 2021, 05:08:01 pm »


Warning: I am not a specialist. These posts promote the Sardinian Corsican Atlantean paradigm, proposed by me, which states that Gobekli Tepe and the megalithic civilizations were founded by the Sardinian Corsican Atlanteans, then colonies such as the Minoans, the city of Troy, Sumerians, Babylonians and Mesopotamians in general; the tower of Babel was probably a nuraghe; only one language was spoken, that is an ancient variant of Campidanese Sardinian before the collapse of the "Tower of Babel". The Sardinian Corsican Atlantic paradigm also states that "Babylon the Great" mentioned in the bible was the now submerged Corsican Sardinian Block. Unfortunately, however, not being a specialist, my paradigm has serious inaccuracies, imperfections and errors. It may be useful perhaps to scholars who intend to redirect their skills towards new points of view unexplored or undervalued to date. This may perhaps allow the reorganization of knowledge so that new information can be generated.
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« Reply #151 on: July 14, 2021, 05:56:04 pm »

Maybe I'm trying to do a so-called "Paradigm shift"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradigm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paradigm_shift

We deleted the Sardo Corsican from history, aesthetics, geography, and so on. If we put these people back on the books, everything since the Neolithic has an explanation: Megalithic civilisations and buildings, Minoans, Sicilians, Sumerian language, Guanches, Troy too was a Sardocorso colony and so on. Sonchis, the Egyptian prist who told Solon, probably just called "Atlantis" the Sardo Corso continental block, which was emerged land. We are not talking about aliens, this Sardo Corso Paradigm is very easy to understand. But it implies that we were wrong for millennia. The Sardocorso civilisations were condemned to Damnatio Memoriae, just like... I didn't study history well, maybe Caligola's mother and brother?

I know it's difficult to many of you. You probably are missing lot's of Sardocorso culture, so you couldn't reconstruct the past.
Please feel free to start from my posts to search online: in some days, you'll know much more than me, and you can start publishing your own books, with the new paradigm.

Perhaps it is better if I stop dealing with the Sardinian Corsican Neolithic naval power. You can continue. I am incapable, these four pieces of information are the best I can do.
Maybe tomorrow I'll change the subject and start looking for a cure for Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

Goodbye, have a nice research.
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« Reply #152 on: July 15, 2021, 03:35:09 am »


Very little little list of Art and Architecture in the Prehistory of Sardinia. Just the domus de janas.

https://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/6523/
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« Reply #153 on: July 15, 2021, 03:37:43 am »


Evidence of Giants in Sardinia, Italy

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« Reply #154 on: July 15, 2021, 03:58:45 am »


For archaeologists, the very ancient Sardinians did not know navigation, 8,000 years ago, but they are unable to provide us with proof.

http://www.sardegnastoria.it/node/30

Take a look at this picture:


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« Reply #155 on: July 15, 2021, 04:00:42 am »

For archaeologists, the very ancient Sardinians did not know navigation, 8,000 years ago, but they are unable to provide us with proof.
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« Reply #156 on: July 15, 2021, 04:41:16 am »

Please stop this totally bulls**t nonsense. You are clearly a false teacher. There was NEVER in history a Sardinian World Empire. Your postings and replies sound more as a psychosis. You totaly ignore Plato's story frame, you totally ignore everything to make your theory compatible.
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« Reply #157 on: July 15, 2021, 05:23:52 am »


Dear friend,

Please point out my mistakes, one by one. This way I can learn from my errors.
Could you please do it?
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« Reply #158 on: July 15, 2021, 05:51:02 am »

If the Sardinian Corsican-Atlantean paradigm is correct, it means that all the history and archeology books on the planet are wrong. Furthermore, the urban planning books must be changed, because Sulcis would become, according to my statements, the first city known in the world with peculiar characteristics: built starting from a sacred circular groove; made in concentric circles, as was later done with the Temple of the Sun in Nineveh, with the Port of Carthage, with the city of Troy, with Villa Adriana in Rome, and who knows how many other structures: who had ever noticed? Sometimes maybe we look but we are unable to really see. The books on navigation must be changed, because they are incomplete and imprecise; architectural books need to be modified to integrate them with new features; the books on aesthetics must be modified, because the Sardinian Corsican Atlantean aesthetics was the first currently known throughout the Mediterranean and Aegean etc ...; the philosophy texts must be changed, as Plato spoke as a historian and told the truth, as he was with all the other texts by him. All the texts on ancient statuary must be modified, because now we have Sardinian bronzes and the statuary of Mont'e Prama; if my theory is correct it means that the Sardinian Corsican Atlanteans invented hydraulic engineering, creating systems of canals, and then they also taught it to the Mesopotamians, who modified the course of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. If the Sardinian Corsican paradigm is correct, the geography books, the encyclopedias, the books dealing with ancient trade are wrong ... all antiquity would have to be rewritten and all the books would be inaccurate, wrong or to be integrated. It's a great result, I have to admit. And I want to remove the doubt: I am very sure that everything is right, just as Einstein was very sure that relativity was correct, before it was experimentally confirmed, and I want to know this, to avoid misunderstandings. "The genius sees the answer before the question" (taken from a film). If I am right, we will have to rewrite the books on mineralogy, petrology, the books on building materials; and even worse, we may find that the Pyramids were made with Sardinian Corsican labor, which would be incredible. All of this would change the way we understand the whole world.

In short, if the Sardinian Corsican Atlantean paradigm proposed by me turns out to be correct, it will mean that I will have changed and upset, but also put back in order, our whole vision of the world from prehistoric times to today.

How can you deny my thesis: it is very simple, just double-check the development of the Megalithic civilization and at the same time ask for help from Paleoanthropologists: these are able, even through genetics, to prove whether I am telling the truth or lying.
But I already know the answer, because these days I have been studying Paleoanthropology. They too came to the same conclusion, but they couldn't understand how it was possible. It is obvious that they cannot understand it, as the history books do not even mention the Sardinian Corsican peoples. Yet the Latin dictionaries clearly state that Troy had Ilio as a second name, and that it was founded by the Ilienses. It was enough to understand that the Ilienses who founded Troy are the same Ilienses of the Sardinian Corsican block. It was a logical step anyone could have taken.
Too bad that even Aristotle had not believed in his own teacher. Can you imagine? A student who does not believe his teacher who taught him almost everything. I'd like to punch Aristotle in the face if I could. It's a crime? :-D hehehe

I have also made many other discoveries, but for now I will not make them public, I will publish them as books. First I want to see if the world is able to understand my first theses, which are so shocking that there are people who prefer to attack me to defend the status quo, rather than arguing as civilized people to show me where I am wrong in my statements.
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« Reply #159 on: July 15, 2021, 06:30:06 am »

You don't have to be sorry if you didn't find Atlantis first. To find Atlantis it was necessary to know quite well the history, language, traditions and culture of the Corsican Sardinian block. However, these are currently considered to be subcultures and minority languages. It was an almost impossible task. Furthermore, there were geographical ambiguities, as the Atlantic ocean (Atlantic sea) was translated with "Atlantic ocean" (Atlantic sea, ie of Atlantis, ie of the Corsican Sardinian Block).
So you can cheer up, because now that Atlantis has been found, the road has been cleared for all of you, now it's all downhill. Now if by chance Atlantis still interests you, now that it no longer has the charm of mystery, you can directly deepen it by studying the material I have provided, and then move on to a personalization of the search.
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« Reply #160 on: July 15, 2021, 07:01:59 am »


Dolphins were sacred to Poseidon:
Sardinia and Corsica are full of dolphins, I want to show you. This is why they painted even in Crete on the Knossos palace.


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« Reply #161 on: July 15, 2021, 07:10:26 am »


Atlantis, today. The highplane called Sardinia, with just some pieces of Atlantidean architecture.


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« Reply #162 on: July 15, 2021, 07:20:13 am »

Imagine what an Egyptian could think of the Sardinian Corsican Atlantis: a wonderful sea, they worshiped the bull, the dolphin and the horses, a wonderful climate, the whole of Sardinia rich in fruit of all kinds, three harvests per year... for the Egyptians this was paradise, and in fact it is what Sonchis and Solone pass on to us.

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« Reply #163 on: July 15, 2021, 07:25:48 am »


Romantic dolphins at sunset - Isola Rossa - Teulada - Sardinia

Teulada, by the way, is right in the middle of the Sulcis Atlantidean capital city, now half destroyed.
In Teulada, a N.S.A. Military Submarine had an accident underwater. Do you understand what were they doing, down there, underwater with a nuclear submarine? :-)

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« Reply #164 on: July 15, 2021, 07:43:28 am »


Italian submarine Malachite

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_submarine_Malachite


Malachite was heading to her base in Cagliari, when already in view of the Sardinian coast she was spotted by the Dutch submarine HNLMS Dolfijn in the morning of February 9, 1943. At approximately 11:00, HNMS Dolfijn launched a salvo of 4 torpedoes at Malachite.[11] The Italian submarine managed to avoid three of them by deftly maneuvering, but the fourth one hit her on the stern, and she sank within a minute, taking down 35 crew with her. Commander Cinti, three other officers, and nine NCOs and sailors managed to escape

I found lots of information about sank submarines around Sardinia. I was wondering: why?
Slowly I understood: with the new sonar and lidar system it was possible to map the mediterranean underwater bed.
Probably they wanted these information to stay secret. Americans put military bases all around in Sardinia (please check online! You'll see...)

I suppose that the military were trying to understand the correct places of archaeology finds, and put military bases all around to keep these places secret. But nowadays even civilians can access these kind of tools, such as satellite imagery, worldwide databases, and google hacking is for free to any citizen.

You can find online, if you're a good searcher, how many sank submarines around the Sardinian coasts...


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