Atlas

Plato, in his dialogues “Timaeus” and “Critias,” describes the legend of Atlantis and its 10 kings.

The Pleiadians, from the Pleiades star cluster, commonly known as the Seven Sisters, have influenced life on earth.

The camel’s foot is perfectly adapted for walking on snow, its thick fur coat is excellent for surviving in icy conditions, and it carries its food in its hump.

Atlantis

Atlas

The firstborn son of Poseidon and the central ruler of Atlantis. His name, associated with strength and endurance, symbolizes the lasting impact of his legacy.

Atlantis

Poseidon

Poseidon divides Atlantis into ten portions, each ruled by one of his sons, with the eldest son, Atlas, ruling the central and most important part.

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The origin of our alphabet

The Mayas, who claim their civilization came from across the sea from the east (Atlantis)

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The Colonies of Atlantis

Atlantean trading posts evolved into settlements, spreading into the interior regions and the highlands

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The God Odin, Woden, or Wotan

It is plausible that the Scandinavian Olympus was Atlantis. Odin is depicted as a grave, elderly man with a long beard, carrying a spear, and accompanied by two dogs and two ravens

Not only were the gods of the Greeks the deified kings of Atlantis, but we also find that the mythology of the Phoenicians was drawn from the same source.

The Greeks converted the kings of Atlantis into their gods and depicted Atlantis as the heaven of the human race.

Given that the indigenous American populations are generally beardless, the depiction of bearded individuals raises questions about their origin.

Man: Whence, How and Whither

Beginning of the 5th Root Race

Lord Vaivasvata Manu began selecting individuals for the fifth Root Race. This was the first step in a long process of choosing the best candidates for developing this race.

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The Destruction of Atlantis

Ignatius Donnelly (1831-1901) was an American politician, writer, and amateur scientist. He is known for his diverse interests and contributions in several fields, including politics and history

Roman

Herculus

The most famous stories about Hercules revolve around the “Twelve Labors,” a series of seemingly impossible tasks he had to complete as a penance

Reincarnation

Thoth

Thoth is a key player in human civilization. He appears many times through different reincarnations. Thoth is key to understanding our history.

Genesis 7

Noah and The flood

And Enlil said unto Noah, Come thou you and all thy your house into the ark; for thee you have I seen righteous before me in this generation bloodline.

Genesis 2

Enclosed garden

And the YHWH Elohiym established an enclosed garden eastward in Eden, and there they put the humans.