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Book Recomendations for Atlantis

Cataclysm! by Allen and Delair. This is an essential book to properly unravel the mystery of the sinking of Atlantis. Other books can do a very good job but if they do not include a knowledge that is revealed in this book then they will fall short. The book contains much empirical evidence. All scientific terms are defined before use. Designed for the thoughtful layman.

Atlantis: Atlantology by N. Zhirov. An excellent book filled with scientific data on the Atlantic Ocean as it relates to Atlantis. Its most important plus: It gives the correct location of Poseidonis (the last remaining island of Atlantis) complete with topographic image of the ocean location and empirical data confirming Plato's description.

History of Atlantis by Lewis Spence. Spence wrote five books on Atlantis. This is considered his best. It gives a wonderful array of background research and information.

A.R.E.'s Search for Atlantis by Gregory and Lora Little. The best book to get to the truth of Edgar Cayce's predictions relative to Bimini. Effectively approved by his A.R.E. institute.

Atlantis, the Antedilluvian World by Ignatius Donnelly. The first full-length book on Atlantis. It started "Atlantology". Still very interesting and shows very well the breadth of data supporting Atlantis.

Gateway to Atlantis by Andrew Collins. Collins picks Cuba as Atlantis. He is wrong about that but the level of research behind the book makes it worthwhile and pleasant reading. He uncovers some very interesting finds in the libraries of the world.



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