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Atlantis: The Last Days

10,800 BCE

The day before, during, and after the destruction

Origin of Halloween, All Saints Day, All Souls Days

12,800 years ago or 10,800 BC

  • approaching the end of the days
  • existed many thousands of years

Atlantis empire

It began when there was the migration of those indigenous people in what you call your North and South America, the migration across the continents from west to east eventually creating the colony of Atlantis in the islands that you now recognize to some degree as the Bahamas and Cuba

However, remember that in those days, great ice shelves were coming down from the north, covering a great portion of North America, and the oceans with that much water locked into ice were much lower at the time, somewhere between 250 and 300 ft (76 to 91 meters) lower.

Thus, if you look at your ocean maps today, the outline of the islands as they used to be—the Bahamas—are simply the remnants of what used to be the main island, along with Cuba, of the Atlantean civilization.

Though they did, of course, spread into North Central and South America and even cross the oceans into what you know as Europe in the Mediterranean and northern and western Africa.

But even though their so-called Empire was vast, the main islands were off the coast of what you now call your North Central and South America, and many people on your planet at this time because much of the history was lost.

After all, most of what you still remember of this idea of Atlantis came through ancient stories from Egypt that were passed along to individuals in Greece and then shared with your modern individuals.

You tend to imagine that Atlantis because its stories came from Greece, had something similar to Grecian architecture; it did not.

Architecture

The closest representation of Atlantean architecture is Aztec architecture; large stone blocks and pyramids found in Central and South America resemble the structures you would have seen in Atlantean times.

The Aztec architecture that remains is the closest remnant to the idea of Atlantean architecture that still exists on your planet now.

It did change a little bit when they went to the other side of the Mediterranean, but it didn’t become Grecian architecture. The closest representation is what you call the Minoan Architecture, specifically the Crete.

On the island of Crete, you will see an ancient Atlantean colony in that temple, which is known as The Labyrinth Temple. The legend of the minitor says that the Atlanteans were bull worshippers, so the idea is that they adopted some of the Grecian architecture but still retained something quite different.

If you look at the architecture of the Temple of Knossos you will find that the pillars and the structures there are not what you would find in the area you know to be Greece.

They are painted differently, they are shaped differently. And it represents more the idea of the Atlantian idea of decoration being that the pillars are red and black and the stones are white

If you look at the remnants of the labyrinth in the Temple of Knossos on the island of Crete, you will see that it was actually an initiation labyrinth from the Atlantean culture.

When you follow the traces that remain of the labyrinth, which has been dug into the ground and lined with stone, you will find a large crystal buried in the rocks at the end of every turn.

At each station, there was an opportunity to meditate on those crystals to resonate with those crystals and to work your way through the labyrinth.

In the sense of a particular ritual that will allow you at the end to allow your mind to open up to new understandings, new information, and new initiations of the cosmos, this came from ancient Atlantean times.

Cometary fragment for over 2 decades

In the days before the destruction, which actually covered a very large span of time, there was a very large Master Comet that came into your solar system and took up an eccentric orbit that crossed the path of Earth’s orbit twice every year.

For a period of time, the comet rained down upon the Earth as it broke up various remnants that would impact your Earth and cause destruction.

These cometary fragments bombarded the North American and Atlantic region twice yearly for over two decades.

The obliteration of anything that existed in those areas over that span of time was almost complete, which is one reason why there is little left of what was in those areas.

Imagine being bombarded by cometary impacts in your city for over twenty years, and there wouldn’t be much left.

But it started relatively small and mostly bombarded the ice shelves and the Eastern Seaboard of the Americas. Many chunks fell into the Atlantic Ocean, causing tsunamis.

There was at one point a greater chunk that came through the atmosphere the primary body of the Comet that finally penetrated the atmosphere and struck in the Atlantic Ocean, gouging out a crater in the ocean floor and causing massive tsunamis in all directions radiating out from the Atlantic.

Tsunamis at least 300 feet (100 meter) high this is the obliteration, the final obliteration.