Atlantis: The Antediluvian World

Read [Ignatius Donnelly Book] Atlantis: The Antediluvian World Online PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. Atlantis: The Antediluvian World An encyclopedia of the possible bones of a lost civilization. Schuyler Humes Pretty much compendium of similarities between cultures once thought entirely separated. There are hundreds of examples, probably 75% of which are too alike to be reasonably shelved as anomalous and coincidental. The mythology and anecdotes alone should be persuasive enough.. the antediluvian world Being a latinamerican reader as well as a student of the 19th egyptian dinasty, I have been delighted with Mr. Donnellys t

Atlantis: The Antediluvian World

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Rating : 4.61 (626 Votes)
Asin : 0486233715
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 528 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-07-07
Language : English

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About the Author The author and politician Ignatius Donnelly was born in Philadelphia on 3 November 1831. He went to Minnesota in 1857, was elected lieutenant governor in 1859, and again in 1861, and was then elected to Congress as a Republican, serving from 7 December 1863 until 3 March 1869. Besides doing journalistic work he has written an Essay on the Sonnets of Shakespeare, and his most enduring work, Atlantis, the Antediluvian World (New York, 1882), in which he attempts to demonstrate that there once existed in the Atlantic Ocean, opposite the straits of Gibraltar, a large island, known to the ancients as "Atlantis"; and R

Displaying an immense knowledge of Platonic and Biblical material, comparative archeological discoveries, folk traditions of deluges, and geological data supporting catastrophic volcanic activity, Donnelly staggered his readers with "facts" and overwhelmed them with his many brilliant arguments. As a study of the golden past, it is an enormously intriguing and enjoyable book.. It is a measure of the power of the Atlantis myth that, despite all the evidence to the contrary, the idea of a submerged Atlantic Ocean continent

An encyclopedia of the possible bones of a lost civilization. Schuyler Humes Pretty much compendium of similarities between cultures once thought entirely separated. There are hundreds of examples, probably 75% of which are too alike to be reasonably shelved as anomalous and coincidental. The mythology and anecdotes alone should be persuasive enough.. the antediluvian world Being a latinamerican reader as well as a student of the 19th egyptian dinasty, I have been delighted with Mr. Donnelly's treatment of the correlations between the native american and egyptian archeologies. This work becomes a magnificent base for the study of the hyperborean 1196 B.C. invasion, a theme of my deepest interest.I am of course interested in the other books in your Atlantis series. I highly recommend this book to the Amazon friends as an excellent histo. "Conventional View Of Atlantis" according to Jeff Marzano. Being a student of Atlantis I felt I should read this book since it's considered a classic on the subject.The theories about Atlantis range from the ordinary and mundane to the fantastic.Donnelly is definitely on the conventional, mundane side of that range. He views Atlantis as just an earlier culture that reached advanced stages of religion, government, and basic technological advances which we have now far surpassed.I am much further towards the new age, super ra

Besides doing journalistic work he has written an Essay on the Sonnets of Shakespeare, and his most enduring work, Atlantis, the Antediluvian World (New York, 1882), in which he attempts to demonstrate that there once existed in the Atlantic Ocean, opposite the straits of Gibraltar, a large island, known to the ancients as "Atlantis"; and Ragnarok (1883), in which he tries to prove that the deposits of clay, gravel, and decomposed rocks, ch

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