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Originally posted by monkeybus
Originally posted by Byrd
The BIGGEST problem with all this is:
It doesn't match ANYTHING that Plato said about Atlantis (except perhaps that Atlantis wasn't in Greece.) Since Plato is the ONLY source for the story, in order for the information to be correct it MUST match Plato's account.
There's no large continent there made up of 10 rings of land masses, there's no large central city, and there's no evidence that a culture from Bronze Age Cuba ever ruled over the Mediterranean area.
If anything, the "channelers" are trying to cover up the original Plato story.
plato is not the only scource. i believe he got it from somewhere else, and re wrote it but i cannot remeber where it was originally written. i am inclined to say something egyption but i cannot be sure
The areas in red are where underwater ruins have been found with evidence of towns/cities and ports.
Where did the data for the little red dots come from?
We also shouldn't forget that in 10,500 BC the Earth was literally rocked on it's axis, the poles shifted and the tilt axis changed.
Originally posted by Hanslune
No don't think so HW. Our planet's magnetic field reverses about once every 200,000 years on average. However, the time between reversals is highly variable. The last time Earth's magnetic field flipped was 780,000 years ago, according to the geologic record of Earth's polarity. Just become some guys said doesn't make it true...needless to say.
Hans: Ah no, the area of Cuba is less now than it was then.
cormac: Have there been more recent finds that push any peoples in Cuba further back in time, especially to the end of the Ice Age?
Whereas it was much easier to get around back then, with the lower sea levels and all, I don't know that you can really call it anomalous, per se. People go where there is a need, or desire, to go. We really can't know what their needs or desires were in this case.
...cormac, really? That's the best you can muster? Those people were able to sail to Australia at that time, per the latest stance by the 'traditioinalists', but you are saying they could not go 10 miles? I guess they did not fish from those sea faring/capable-of-ocean-crossing boats either? Come on, please, concede a reasonable point...
"DID HUMMANS COLONIZE THE WORLD BY BOAT"
Concerned that evidence of human settlement and migration may be lost under the sea, researchers are finding new ways of tracking ancient mariners. By combining archaeological studies on remote islands with computer simulations of founding populations and detailed examinations of seafloor topography and ancient sea level, they are amassing crucial new data on voyages from northeast Asia to the Americas 15,000 years ago