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Three Ages Of Atlantis: The Great Floods That Destroyed Civilization [Paperback]

Diego Marin , Ivan Minella , Erik Shievenin
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15 Dec 2013
15,000 years ago the Earth's axis tilted, shifting the geographic poles. Volcanoes erupted, the icecaps melted, and the seas rose dramatically. Antarctica was enveloped in ice, destroying the high civilization of prehistory: Atlantis. But before the survivors could reestablish what they had lost, catastrophe struck again--twice. Uniting scientific findings with theories on the location of Atlantis, the authors reveal that there was not one but three Atlantises--the first in Antarctica, the second in South America, and the third in the Mediterranean. Examining paleoclimatology data, they show that Antarctica was temperate 15,000 years ago and home to the original Atlantis. They explore geological evidence of three worldwide super-floods 15,000, 11,600, and 8,700 years ago and show how these dates directly parallel the freezing of Antarctica, the arrival of Cro-Magnon man in Europe, and the destruction of Atlantis according to Plato. Uncovering the influence of the Atlanteans in Proto-Indo-European languages and in massive ancient monuments aligned with the stars, they show how the civilization founders in all early myths--the Pelasgians, Danaans, Viracocha, Aryans, and others--were part of the Atlantean diaspora and how this migration split into two major movements, one to Latin America and the other to Europe and Asia. Following the Atlanteans from a warm Antarctica up to Peru, Mexico, and the Mediterranean, they reveal that Cro-Magnon men are the people of Atlantis and that we are just now returning to their advanced levels of science, technology, and spirituality.

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  • Paperback: 528 pages
  • Publisher: Bear & Company; 1 edition (15 Dec 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1591431794
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591431794
  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 15.2 x 3.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 921,871 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Diego Marin is a physicist who has spent many years in his quest for 'Atlantis.' His book is a well-researched and stimulating piece of detective work as well as a great read for all the devotees of this intriguing topic."

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Diego Marin has a doctorate in theoretical physics and has extensively studied the comparative mythology, esoteric traditions and history of the Near and Middle East. Ivan Minella is an archaeologist specialising in European protohistory, archaeometallurgy and remote sensing. He has made excavations in Burkina Faso, Festos in Crete and in Sardinia. Erik Schievenin is a geologist specialising in erosions and fracture lines.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Lotus Guide Review 19 Jan 2014
By Rahasya Poe - Published on
The Three Ages of Atlantis: The Great Floods That Destroyed Civilization
By Diego Marin Ph.D.
ISBN-13: 978-1591431794 (Bear & Company-2013)

No matter what you believe, it’s an inescapable fact that ancient civilizations share much of their knowledge with a common highly advanced civilization. There’s a lot of theory in this book, however, considering the ‘fact’ that most of everything we have been and still are being taught in school is dead wrong, we would do well to open our minds and look at the facts anew. This is part of the unraveling of a great mystery, our human history. Reading this book helped me make some very important connections.

Rahasya Poe, Lotus Guide magazine
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4.0 out of 5 stars Atlantis 16 April 2014
By Richard A. First - Published on
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The three ages of Atlantis offers an interesting view point of a possible scenario of the past, including a look at archeology finds.
1.0 out of 5 stars Utter nonsense 10 July 2014
By Leonard Fox - Published on
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This is without doubt one of the worst books I have ever read. "Pseudoscience" does not even begin to cover it. Much of the early part of the book appears to be lifted from R. & R. Flem-Ath's work on Atlantis, but the chapter that is really a study in misinformation and absurdity is the one on language. Having taught linguistics on the university level for a number of years, I was truly appalled by the incredible number of unspeakably stupid statements totally at variance with verifiable linguistic fact, not to mention those that reflect abysmal ignorance of the subject itself. It would take many paragraphs to specify and refute the utter nonsense presented by the authors, and neither I nor Amazon review readers would have the patience for such a critique. As for the rest of the book, it seems to be on a par with the chapter on language, although I cannot claim expertise in archeology. I have, however made a close study of the Ethiopic text of the Book of Enoch (1 Enoch), and I would recommend that those interested in reliable Enochic material consult the recent excellent Nickelsburg, Vanderkam, and Baltzer scholarly English translation and commentary (2 volumes) in the Hermeneia series (available from Amazon), or Dr. Nickelsburg's very fine abridgement of the Hermeneia edition, "1 Enoch: A New Translation" (also available from Amazon at a modest price).
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