(11.600 years ago) with the world-wide traditions of the universal Flood and the destruction of Atlantis, Prof. Santos managed to find a perfect site for the location of the Lost Continent. Suchsite strives unrivaled as being the most logical one ever proposed, matching all the featuresmentioned by the Greek philosopher Plato, as well as those cited by other sources.The reader will be confronted with strongly based evidence of all sorts to the existence of Atlantis, written by a reputed scientist, enough to shake the beliefs of the most hard-core skeptic.This book should also please the fans of the occult and symbolic disciplines, as the authorfrequently interconnects them with Atlantis and explains their meaning. Illustrated with over 30line-art figures and printed in high quality white paper, Prof. Santos’ book is a must for everyoneinterested in the subject of Atlantis and lost civilizations.The Atlantean Symbolism Of The Egyptian Temple (Part I)Turning my face to sunrise, I created a wonder for you. I made the islands of Punt come here toyou, with all their fragrant flowers, to beg your peace and to breathe your air.
Stele of Amon
This article is divided into two parts, both of which are included in theOld Worldsectionof this Homepage. Click on the figures to get an enlarged viewing.Entering an Egyptian temple is an unforgettable experience, one that is certainly the mostpungent a sensitive person can ever undergo. Even though all the Egyptian temples are, atpresent, mostly destroyed and disfigured, something of the ancient majesty remains to render theexperience unique. And the reason can now be revealed: the Egyptian temple is a replica of Paradise, and entering one is equivalent to doing a ritual pilgrimage to Paradise, just as theancient heroes such as Hercules, Gilgamesh, Ulysses and Alexander once did, long ago.In what follows we will explain in detail the symbolism of theEgyptian temple, the symbolic meaning of its several sections andfeatures and, above all, its connection with the
Egyptian Book of the Dead
. Moreover, we will explain the secret, esoteric doctrinesconcerning Atlantis and its identity with Paradise; as well as themeaning of Pharaoh as an alias of Osiris, the psychopompos thatleads the souls back to Paradise. This identity, we will see, is soclose and so detailed that it cannot be refuted in any rational way.So, the ineluctable conclusion is the legend of Atlantis and itsconnection with Egypt mentioned by Plato is real and compelling.