posted on Jun, 5 2006 @ 11:18 PM
I've been bouncing this thought around for a while now and wondered what you all would think once I proposed it.
I assume that Atlantis once existed, but was destroyed by what ever cause. Now if the people of Atlantis were as technologically or magically
(whatever meaning of the word you personally have) advance, there would have been some able to escape. As these survivors came into contact with
outside cultures, they kept their orgins a secret. This, I assume, was the best choice of action at the time. But as time passed the secrets of
Atlantis were forgotten. Atlantis became no more than a myth even to the descendents of the survivors.
Here is my thought: If Atlantis was a place where magic was wielded freely (which may be a reason for its destruction), the imprint of that power must
still exist. Would Atlantis still have a hold then in some shape or form on its unknowning descendents? Some type of force that forever connects these
people to a dead place that existed long ago?