Presentation on theme: "From Timaeus Based in the Atlantic Ocean - Opposite the Pillars of Heracles* (Straits of Gibraltar) The Atlantic was then navigable Larger than."— Presentation transcript:
From Timaeus Based in the Atlantic Ocean - Opposite the Pillars of Heracles* (Straits of Gibraltar) The Atlantic was then navigable Larger than Libya and Asia combined Outer Wall Wall which circled the outer ring at a distance of 50 stades (11 miles in diameter) Bridges Bridges were 100 feet wide (a sixth of a stadia) Towers and gates on the bridges Guarded at either end Plain Oblong, 3000 stadia long, 1000 stadia wide (330 miles long and 110 miles wide) Open to the sea on the south (where the canal exited to the sea) Surrounded by mountains to the north Miscellaneous 5 sets of Twins - Atlas was first King Fruits hard to store but providing drink, food & oil They governed other land into Egypt and Tyrrhenia 2 harvests - one from winter rains - one from summer irrigation Orichalc, a metal unknown to Plato was mined in quantities - 2nd in value to gold Abundant timber, elephants, marshes, swamps, rivers, mountains, plains Hot and cold springs Stone was white, black, and yellow - stone was excavated from center island and land rings to form covered docking areas
Dr. Ray Brown discovered a pyramid on the sea floor off the Bahamas in Brown also discovered roads, unidentified metallic instruments and a mysterious statue holding a crystal. The metallic devices and crystal were taken to a Florida university for analysis. It was discovered that the crystal amplified various energies that were passed through it. A huge eleven-room pyramid with a crystal capstone was found 10,000 feet under water in the mid Atlantic Ocean as reported by Tony Benlk. Ari Marshall discovered a 650-foot high pyramid off Cay Sal in the Bahamas in A sunken city was discovered 400 miles off Portugal by a Soviet expedition led by Boris Asturua. He reported buildings made of extremely strong concrete and plastics and the remains of streets and monorails. All of these and other discoveries were printed in daily newspapers when they occurred, but ultimately were ignored and rejected by researchers, authorities and historians because they are unable to explain away these findings with their own, closed minded theories.