posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 06:21 AM
Of course it is easy to just cite "consensus" linguistics (based on the consensus that Atlantis didn't exist) and cite whatever other linguistic
mechanisms of derivation the consensus overviews havew arrived at, but that doesn't disprove the alternative linguistic theory. A lot of people
think Atlantis did exist. There are innumerable commonalities between the Carribean areas and Europe and Anatolia, too numerous to list here. Just
focusing on Anatolia, the ancient name for "Antioch" was "Antakya" which calls to mind "Cay" as well as Atlantis. One possible meaning of the
"Yu" in "Yucatan" or "Catal Huyuk" could be that it conveyed the same meaning as "Eu," meaning the early settlers from Atlantis were going to
a new place that was "optimal" for them, at that stage of their progression to indenendent karmic development ("eu" signifying "optimal." -So
there are different approaches to all this besides the official consensus formulas.