Posts made in November 6th, 2015

The Greeks have the saying “now that we found a priest, let’s marry them all”. In other words, ‘having found a key, let’s apply it to all locks’. That is to say, by Libya being a peninsula, all will be elucidated. So, even without intending to do so, the three well known accounts of the circumnavigation of Africa, presented analytically firstly by Herodotus himself, are hereby explicated in the best possible way. To date, as has...

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Euthymenes of Marseille(ancient Greek Colony) is the least recognized of the Greek seafarers because of the inability, until now, to figure out to where he travelled and wrote about. Even though Euthymenes was undoubtedly a great route-finder of his time (7th Cent. BC), his work has not survived, which must have been voluminous, considering the substantial number of his reports that have been preserved in the writings of other Greek...

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This voyage, which was the first mission of colonization by Libyo-Phoenicians (as it writes), was engraved on a plaque found at the temple of the Carthaginian Zeus-Hammon or Amun. It was transcribed and has survived to today. But at no time could a reasonable explanation be given for most of the places described on it or about the directions one would need to follow. In the Greek version of the book “The Apocalypse* of a Myth”, are...

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Libya is a big country with large desert expanses. Its north coast is washed by the Mediterranean Sea. Be that as it may, 2,400 years ago, Herodotus journeyed through it and made notes which have survived. He referred to Libya as a …large peninsula! In addition, when on his travels there, presented briefly in another page he reached as far as the Atlantians! Regrettably, until now, no one has given due consideration to his reports,...

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The Pillars of Heracles

The Pillars of Heracles


Posted By on Nov 6, 2015

George Sarantitis

These new translations of Plato’s narrative of Atlantis differ greatly from most others to date. As a result, they give rise to meanings and portrayals that are oftentimes widely at variance from the many that have gone before. Should the reader trust in the accuracy of the present renditions (which, as mentioned elsewhere, are the product of laborious and exacting scrutiny) and have therefore confidence in the analyses,...

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