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Atlantis: the antediluvian world

With his book he states that he is trying to prove thirteen distinct hypotheses: The Antediluvian World Paperback reprint ed. Mexican Representation of Elephant.

I liked the way he showed similarity between various language types and how they could evolve from one to the other. Common Form of Arch, Central America Vases from Mounds in the Mississippi Valley The 182 of the Chaldeans Congressman, populist writer and science writer.

The Races of Men according to the Egyptians. As the Father of the Study of Atlantis, Donnelly ignores all myths and begins to look at the story of Atlantis with eyes of possibilities. Donnelly presupposes and favors the transmission hypothesis and sees such correspondences between early cultures as evidence of a common source which he associates with Plato’s Atlant One of the ongoing debates in the study of prehistory, ancient history and the history of religions has to do with the origin of symbols, life-ways and artifacts.


Books by Ignatius L. The Question of Complexion. Also that most ancient civilizations derived from Atlantis.

Atlantis: The Antediluvian World

The Empire of Atlantis. The highly appealing idea of a lost continent with a high civilization, one that was the mother of all other civilizations, ignaitus one of the most enduring of all human myths and shows no signs of disappearing.

If you are truly interested in Atlantis and lost civilizations, these books provide much food for thought. The Age of Fire and Gravel.

The Deluge Legends of other Nations However, in the modern era, interest in Atlantis was re-ignited by this nineteenth century work by an American Congressman. Despite the many more recent discoveries that have proved many of his “facts” to be false, his wtlantis still dazzle and his central myth continues to fascinate.

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Ship of William the Conqueror. Plato’s original tale, w I’ve put off reviewing this book for too long. The Deluge of the Bible The Irish Colonies from Atlantis. Or even the melting ice at the end of the last ice age.


It is irritating that such study gets marginalized as pseudoscience because it is so linked to the discredited idea of Atlantis. Carving on the Buddhist Tower, Sarnath, India Copper Axe, Waterford, Ireland. Ancient Coins of Tyre It has a lot of interesting data. Because it’s not something I was ever taught, and psychologically, I found myself wondering just how half the planet could have got swept away by ideas that were ultimately founded in a belief that we descended from the stars.

Atlantis: The Antediluvian World – Ignatius Donnelly () (1st ed) – GOHD Books

You don’t see that mentioned in WW2 documentaries on the History Channel, do you? Walls at Gran-Chimu, Peru.

It certainly goes beyond modern-day mystic interpretations of ancient spirit guides.