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Many have believed that Atlantis was a fiction created by Plato. Well Plato was not the first to write about it.

We have found a very much earlier document. It was written in 9619 BC, about 9,250 years before Plato’s writing.

This ancient document is believed to be the oldest document that has survived almost intact down through the ages.

Further, archeological finds and scientific evidence provide convincing proof that Atlantis really did exist; Atlantis was real.

We structure the evidence that we found as answers to 3 basic questions. First, if Atlantis did exist how was it created?

If Atlantis existed, did it influence anything; leave any evidence of its existence; leave a legacy?

If Atlantis did exist where are its remains?

Read and you will become convinced.

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Acknowledgements

History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon.

Napoleon Bonaparte

1769 – 1821

In writing this book, I stood on the shoulders of giants. Most of the concepts and material herein is based on ancient documents written by great, unknown authors in the era we have previously called pre-history.

Pre-history because most of today’s professional historians in academia have not yet recognized the great antiquity of some of the stories in the clay tablets of ancient Babylon and Sumer, nor the even greater age of some parts of the Hebrew Bible. Nor has academia recognized the great antiquity of some pre-history civilizations.

But the evidence is conclusive that great civilizations did exist more than 11,000 years ago. It is hoped that academia will soon acknowledge this certain fact.

I am deeply grateful to the unknown writers of yesteryear for providing me the insight to this certain fact.

I am also deeply indebted to the great classical writers of a much later age. The principal ones are Homer writing in about 800 BC, Herodotus in about 450 BC, Plato about 380 BC, Strabo about 30 BC, and Ovid in 1 AD. They had access to ancient documents and oral traditions that are not available today. Yet we can see elements from their source stories when we carefully study their writings and compare such elements that are common among them.

Extracting these common elements and comparing them to similar elements from the stories in the clay tablets and the other sources from greater antiquity, established the foundation for this book.

The story that developed from this foundation was very adverse to the established understandings of human history and religion. It therefore had to be verified by scientific evidence to have any credibility.

I am grateful to a more modern group of writers for providing insight to existing scientific data. These writers include I. Donnelly writing in 1882 and 1885, R. B. Anderson in 1888, I. Velikovsky in 1956 and 1977, C. H. Hapgood in 1958 through 1979, G. Hawkins in 1977, C. Sagan in 1977, J. A. West in 1979 and 1989, Z. Sitchin in 1983 and 1990, G. Hancock in 1993, R. Bauval in 1994, C. Wilson in 1995, Rand and Rose Flem-Ath in 1995, D. S. Allan and J. B. Delair in 1997.

I cannot agree with all the conclusions of these modern writers in that the evidence for some of their ideas is not as conclusive for me. Some of the evidence does, however, support some of my ideas, and I am grateful to them for the insights their work provided.

The unknown writers of old; the classical writers of ancient Greece and Rome; and the modern writers listed above, all shaped my understandings of, arguably, the greatest event in the history of mankind.

The generally unknown truths revealed by these ancient stories and contemporary scientific evidence is fundamental to our understanding of true history, important to some of our religious concepts, and vital to foretelling our future –