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Antarctica? Why not?

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It does not necessarily have to be Atlantis, though it makes a bit of convenient sense if you apply the original time frame and then, tilt the world on its ear to adjust the poles.

There is a bountiful sum of evidence that humanity has occupied this rock far longer than most contemporary science openly admits. Manmade artifacts have been dug out of the ground at extreme depths... even from deep coalmines and, from the strata that they were found, dated from the hundreds of thousands to even millions of years old. They either arrived there when that coal was still the decaying forest residue or... Merlin spirited it there just to give the miners something to tell their grandchildren.

Of course, mainstream science is far more comfortable behind stuffed leather desks than trying to explain how items like a brass urn ended up in a lump of North American coal that had been in the ground since long before Moses floated up the Nile. They simply do not speak of it, at all, period.

If we were follow their example, perhaps we could end the current oil crisis by doing no more than ignoring it?

Okay, probably not.

Anyway, if Atlantis existed in some long lost time, then it is possible to theorize that a shifting of the poles was what doomed them. Moreover, any number of civilizations contemporary to such a monumental event could have been just as lost.

Humanity was keeping history through story telling for untold millennia before the first pen was put to paper to write about any of it. If there were survivors of a global catastrophe, chances are that there was little left to work with except the telling of stories... so that there wouldn’t be complete racial memory loss.

Who are we to say it ain’t so?


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