posted on Jan, 5 2008 @ 05:08 AM
reply to post by mojo4sale
SC: The Giza Precession Wheel theory I present shows how the ancients indicate the date c.9,800BC which is within a few hundred years of
Plato's date for the destruction of Atlantis.
Mojo: Why weren't other civilizations destroyed during this same period in the same relative locations?
SC: It is likely that most other countries/cultures of the world would have been affected by whatever calamity supposedly afflicted Atlantis.
However, Atlantis – for whatever reason – was apparently most affected by this catastrophic event, reputedly having "sank beneath the waves".
Consider if a massive asteroid struck the United States. The country would be wiped out virtually overnight. The rest of the world would also be
affected by the fallout from such an impact. In time, however, the complete destruction of America – this once technologically superior world
Superpower – will pass into legend. Any survivors of this once great nation would most likely find themselves seeking new lands to settle, taking
with them only the KNOWLEDGE of their once great nation. This knowledge some would try and preserve for the benefit of future generations before
their civilisation completely broke down and reverted to a much more primitive, hunter-gatherer existence.
SC: this (relatively) advanced 'Lost Civilisation' have demonstrated to us their very advanced grasp of mathematics and astronomy. We may
never find their artefacts
Mojo: Why are we able to find artifacts from hunter/gatherer cultures within that time frame and that location and yet we find no advanced
(relatively) artifacts from this lost civilization?
SC: I think it would depend upon what you EXPECT to find. What I do NOT think you will find are 4x4s, iPods, batteries, nuclear bombs or anything of
that nature. These are artefacts only of our modern civilisation. The ancient ‘lost civilisation’ I am describing would have been masters of
mathematics, astronomy, agriculture and geodesy. They would be able to navigate the globe and work massive stone blocks using ‘primitive’
techniques with an ease that continues to baffle us even today. This remarkable ‘lost civilisation’ would leave their ‘intellectual artefacts'
all over the globe but I suspect many of these will have been lost to the rising seas at the end of the Younger Dryas period. The ‘artefacts’ the
survivors of this once great civilisation have left us is the KNOWLEDGE they have passed down to us; knowledge that is so obviously out of time and
place and of which the prevailing paradigm of historical thought struggles to find an answer to.