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As for Dr. Little, I can't argue against you on his part in his endeavor. However, what many people seem to miss is that Atlantis is not a simple city. It was a massive country that spanned much of the Atlantic basin.
I can sit here and write and imaginative sci-fi posting on how Atlantis was destroyed in three separate disasters as Cayce stated or how there was already a polar shift that caused the landmasses to shift dramatically thus causing a huge rift in a continent that is now well below the surface of an ocean. How the ports of this great country touched ALL parts of the world before there was strife between the races and on and on.
You will always get two sides of the story.
As for Cayce. Here is my view on him. I do not see how it can be right to attack someone so viciously when much of his messages were about spirituality and loving all as you would yourself.
I am, as I have stated, simply after the truth. I look at what others point me to and then I look at what you guys point me to. I then research online what I can and compare everything. That is the best that I can do.
Also, for the "quote" that Cayce made about the changes happening from 1958 to 1998. If you read it correctly and from the actual recorded documents that he had made you will see that this statement is more correctly made that these changes will 'begin' during this timeframe. Nothing ever said that "By such and such date these things will have come to pass."
Anyway, I enjoy ALL of the posts on here. Even the ones that feel they need to attack a particular poster or someone that is long dead
Hancock is a great 'writer'. It's imagination and it sells.
Originally posted by Marduk
so is it ok to badmouth Cayce and his supporters now ?
Originally posted by whylistentome
Well, here you go. I found the article from the first magazine written by Shinn. What did I find? Exactly what he said in the other two articles and NOTHING about a certain percentage of blocks tilting anywhere other than towards the sea. He did mention that the majority were laying flat on the ground but explained that all of the patterns lined up block to block. That right there is enough to convince me that the "Bimini Road" or "Harbor" is actually exactly what Marduk and Shinn have claimed it to be. I do not see an option for attaching anything here so you will have to take my word for it. The article in discussion in favor of it being manmade has taken the facts so far away from what was stated that I am convinced absolutely that he manipulated the results himself to try and show that it was still a manmade harbor.
Well, I am only after the truth and after doing the research as thoroughly as I can I have to change my view on this. It is now on the believers to bring SOLID evidence like what was presented in ALL of Shinn's articles to the table in order to change this mind.
Thought I would share and hopefully close this topic down until more solid evidence can be brought forth.
Originally posted by whylistentome
Thank you Harte.
I am simply looking for a place to evaluate data in order to gain the truth of the matter.
I'm not here to push false information. The author of the page I read presented data and made claims that were solid IF what he stated were true.
It wasn't thus he is a liar and I discard his claims. I have found nothing else to support the idea that they are man made thus, as far as I can see, they are not.
Originally posted by whylistentomeWell, I am only after the truth and after doing the research as thoroughly as I can I have to change my view on this. It is now on the believers to bring SOLID evidence like what was presented in ALL of Shinn's articles to the table in order to change this mind.
Science goes out the window when theories are
advocated by researchers that are not accepted by the
Academe. We like to believe that schooling broadens
our knowledge base and makes us wiser but this is not
Heliocentric diffusionism gets wrongly lumped into creationist mythology and doesn't get a chance to prove itself by any respectable anthropologist as a valid theory for how all these separate but so extremely similar cultures came about.
Plus Hancock makes the subjects entertaining and engaging to the reader, I can't say the same about many traditionalist historians.