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Atlantis – Taurid meteor shower

12,800 BCE to 12,780 BCE

The Last days of Atlantis


The reason we are delivering this at this time is because your transition from October to November marks the anniversary of its destruction. This is why, even though it has evolved, the original reason for All Hallow’s Eve, Halloween, All Souls’ Day, and All Saints’ Day—October 31st, November 1st, and November 2nd—is in remembrance of the destruction of Atlantis. Let us go back in time approximately 12,800 years ago, or what you typically refer to as 10,800 BC. This was approaching the end of the days of the Atlantis civilization, which had existed for many thousands of years.

The migration of indigenous peoples from what you call North and South America across the continents from west to east eventually created the colony of Atlantis in the islands now recognized as the Bahamas and Cuba.

However, remember that in those days, great ice shelves came down from the north, covering much of North America, and the oceans were much lower, revealing the outlines of islands as they used to be.

The Bahamas now are simply remnants of the main island of the Atlantean civilization, along with Cuba. The Atlanteans spread into North, Central, and South America, and even crossed the oceans into Europe, the Mediterranean, and northern and western Africa.

Despite their vast empire, the main islands were off the coasts of North, Central, and South America.

Many people on your planet today imagine Atlantis with Grecian architecture due to ancient stories from Egypt passed to Greece, but the closest representation of Atlantean architecture is Aztec architecture: large stone blocks and pyramids like those in Central and South America.

The Minos architecture, specifically the Temple of Knossos on Crete, also provides a glimpse of Atlantean influence.

Temple of Knossos, Crete

A large comet crossed Earth’s path twice a year

In the days before the destruction, a large comet entered the solar system, taking up an eccentric orbit that crossed Earth’s path twice a year, raining down remnants that caused great destruction over two decades.

The cometary fragments bombarded the North American and Atlantic region, obliterating much of what existed in those areas.

Akitu Festival in Mesopotamia

The Akitu festival was celebrated twice a year in ancient Mesopotamia, most notably at the beginning of the Babylonian calendar’s first month, Nisannu (March-April), and again in the seventh month, Tashritu (September-October).

A greater chunk of the comet eventually struck the Atlantic Ocean, causing massive tsunamis and the final obliteration of Atlantean culture on the eastern seaboards of the Americas, Europe, and Africa. This event is the basis of the legendary flood of Noah.

Before the final destruction, the Atlanteans, observing the comet and understanding their time was running out, migrated to preserve their culture, knowledge, and civilization in South America, Africa, Europe, and eventually Egypt.

The Taurid meteor showers, remnants of the comet, still remind you of those days.

Comets in ancient times were also referred to as dragons due to their fiery tails.

This comet that destroyed Atlantis gave comets their reputation as bad omens of destruction. The Younger Dryas period, marked by this event, shifted your climate and raised ocean levels, submerging most of the Atlantean islands.

Imagine the thriving Atlantean civilization: great pyramidal structures, paved streets, and temples painted red, white, black, and sometimes sheathed in gold and silver.

The beautiful crystals gave light and power to the Atlantean cities and were used for long-distance communication.

The Atlanteans were deeply connected to the Earth and nature, but there was a split between those who retained this connection and those who succumbed to fear-based beliefs. (The great separation?)

Your psychic Edgar Cayce referred to these groups as the children of light and the children of darkness.

Knowing they were reaching the end of their cycle, the Atlanteans migrated to various parts of the world to preserve their knowledge. They left behind libraries and structures that still hold undiscovered knowledge about their civilization.

In the last days, recognizing their end, the Atlanteans left in great ships, while others perished in the destruction.

Those who understood their connection to nature knew they would have another opportunity in the future, in what you call your present, to bring the light with them for a more positive and creative outcome.

Though the island has sunk, Atlantis may rise again in a new form in the Americas.

Listen to the preserved knowledge of the indigenous tribes of the Americas, for they hold the information of Atlantis rising once more.

Imagine yourselves connected to those times, walking the streets as the indigenous population, and reconnecting with nature deeply.

The cycle has begun anew, and you are in both the end and beginning times, experiencing the glory and grace of the highest days of the Atlantean civilization.

The Atlanteans communicated with dolphins and whales, bringing them into their temples, and had great knowledge of herbs and foods that promoted healing.

Allow yourselves to feel this connection to nature and let the knowledge of Atlantis rise within you, first in spirit and then in physical reality. The drums of Atlantis, matching the heartbeat, induced a meditative state in which lessons were easily absorbed and retained.

Rise, Atlantis, rise.