originally posted by: Stari
I have been studying Atlantis for over 20 years. I have proof that it was once was in the Caribbean Sea.
The amount of years do not matter in comparison to the methods of your research and the validity of the information you use in your research.
Atlantis was located between the continents - in fact, it had actual necks of land that you could use to travel to other continents, like Europe,
America, Africa, etc. Caribbean is too small for all that. How about..
THE ATLANTIC (!!) OCEAN?
Atlantic? Hello? Come on. That's a hint, right there!
You see I believe that Atlantis was covered in water not submerged in water. Where the Caribbean Sea is not located was once a valley and I
believe inside that valley is where Atlantis was located safely tucked in with the rings of mountains all around them.
(I think you mean to say "now", instead of "not", in your "Caribbean sea is not located"-sentence - otherwise your statement doesn't make much
It must be fun to believe things, because I see it all the time, people declaring this or that belief. I do not believe, because I see no point in
blindly thinking something is true without anything to back it up. I rather know, take as a possibility, ponder, speculate, use likelihoods or have
faith in something that has proven to be faithworthy, trust or maybe even 'assume' - but I have no room for any kind of 'belief'. That's for the
blind, who do not want to know the truth, but who just want to feel 'secure' 'in their belief', or whatever. Even the Oiled One never spoke of
'belief' - he spoke of 'faith'. Of course you should and can have faith in the Hand that Created You, as He has proven all your life to have kept you
alive and well (even if it means 'well according to your karmic needs'), so there is a basis for it - it's not blind.
Unfortunately, your assumptions and beliefs contradict the more logical theory that I intuitively know to be at least closer to the truth. Atlantis
did indeed sink, and it sank deep. There was no submergence, although there is some truth to that, as masses of water did rush onto this planet (even
the bible mentions this as the 'great flood' - when it was really the protective layers of water that were protecting Earth getting split in half by
the explosion of the other moon and the pieces of the moon raining down on Earth, causing of course enormous friction and looking like fiery meteors -
this caused the water masses to move to the poles, where the magnetic resistance is the weakest, so at the poles, all this water did rush down and
cause the 'great flood' -- but the following negative pressure immediately froze great masses of this water (among other things), which caused the ice
age), but Atlantis did indeed sink.
And wouldn't you think that instead of 'sinking', even the legends that were written afterwards, would speak of 'submerging' instead? There were no
mountains surrounding the continent, although the highest parts of these continents (Atlantis and Lemuria) are still visible as small islands, like
Hawaii and such (not sure if Hawaii exactly, but similar islands anyway - and it could be one group of them).
Below is link to image. I can't seem to get my media to bring up any of my images I have saved in that directory on ATS.
Yes this is what I believe is part of Atlantis.
Even very logically sounding and seeming theories can be completely against the truth and false, like the theory about 'evolution' (spiritual
evolution is a fact, and microevolution no one surely can deny, but macroevolution - well, it's just not supported by any of the evidence - I have
transcribed an interview of someone who has researched and studied all this, and his very rational and clearly-worded explanation on the topic -
'evolution' is a very logical theory, but it just didn't happen that way. I am sure that transcription of mine still exists somewhere in ATS).
How trustworthy is Google Earth when it comes to oceanic cartographing? That could be just a compression artifact, or the result of combining the
pictures together carelessly (you see similar oddities in Google Street View and other parts of the maps all the time, where they have tried to
compose a larger map of photos taken from slightly different angles and different times - these things just can't be avoided), or some other Google
Earth-specific oddity, that doesn't correspond to anything in real world. Don't put too much weight into anything you see in these simulated programs.
I mean, just look at the area around the square - does it all look natural or even plausible to you, that there would be that kind of artifacts in the
actual ocean floor? The long line, for example, that has these color-changing bits to it, and seem to consist of squares...
How much do you know about the process and procedures of how Google Earth did these parts of the ocean?
Even if you are right and that is -something- signifigant, and even if that shape really exists in the ocean floor, it could still be bits of
Lemuria/Mu, or it could be something completely different, like an E.T. base (don't laugh), or a natural formation (yes, it'd be rare, but not
impossible for nature to form THAT kind of squares).
Your information about Atlantis seems to be based on something other than what actually happened and the truth - there seems to be more wild guesses,
beliefs and assumptions. This just goes to prove that the amount of years do not prove anything, when your methods and information aren't solid.
Sorry to burst your bubble a bit, but I must bring out the truth, I can't help myself. To me, it's the right thing to do - else, why would human
beings even exist on a planet, if they can't even tell the truth?
If you like, I -= COULD =- (not promising anything, just stating a possibility) perhaps, possibly, maybe, translate more of the Atlantis-section of my
information for you, so you can get the fuller picture of what more likely happened (of course even this information might not be 100% truth in all
accounts, but when compared to pretty much anything else that I have ever seen about Atlantis, it fits all the facts and makes perfect sense in all
accounts and is pretty detailed as well - an impossible feat to pull off if you are just writing a story or faking it).
Now that I looked a little closer at the area where you say it was located, I can see that it might have been part of the commissure that connected
the continents to Atlantis. According to my information, Atlantis was somewhere in the North Atlantic Ocean - perhaps at the exact spot, where that
text is located (how do you think that ocean got its name..?). Just look at THAT part in Google Earth, and you will see what looks like remains of a
continent that sank and was perhaps crushed by the ravine walls or something. It does seem like a peculiar bit of the ocean surface, for it to be just
'nothing', doesn't it? You can even roughly see where the necks of land were that connected to the continents. So your theory might just be slightly
too focused on a small PART of Atlantis (or its commissures).
Still, remember what I said about Google Earth - how trustworthy is it? I don't know. But it's fun to look at these things and speculate, as long as
we keep all the other explanations with us. We don't have to make immediate conclusions, we can just toy around with theories, ideas and information
until everything fits. To me, it looks very clear that the ocean floor at that point is the remains of a large continent that was Atlantis, and it's
even called "Atlantic" (how many clues do we need?), and I can clearly see the commissures and everything. To ome, there's really no confusion about
But we must all realize the truth for ourselves in the end.. Perhaps you thought Atlantis was something very tiny, when it was actually pretty big,
bigger than a lot of countries.
Btw, as for Lemuria - I have no exact information as to where it was, but just look at the ocean floor to the upper right of Australia - doesn't that
seem awfully 'suspicious' with all the tiny islands and the peculiar shapes, as if there used to be a continent right there..?
Let those that have eyes, see..
edit on 30-8-2014 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)