Atlantis and the Cycles of Time: Prophecies, Traditions, and Occult Revelations
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Atlantis and the Cycles of Time: Prophecies, Traditions, and Occult Revelations

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ANCIENT MYSTERIES / NEW AGE

"Scholarly, meticulously researched, and superbly presented. Joscelyn Godwin has produced a wonderful book that will delight and impress all those who seek 'Atlantis,' be it a myth or reality. I urge you to read it!"
--Robert Bauval, author of The Orion Mystery and Egypt Code

"As absorbing as it is erudite, both comprehensive and profound, essenti...more
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Published January 14th 2011 by Inner Traditions / Bear & Company (first published November 18th 2010)
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Jeffrey D.
Overall, this book presents a thoroughly researched overview on a subject that has merely been dismissed by earlier historians. One can only hope that this book will ignite others to contribute on this subject matter in more depth, but until that time Godwin has provided a notable first step in that direction. Though this book remains a solid historical contribution there is one element that was a little disappointing. In writing his chapter on ‘German Atlantology’ Godwin only utilized a few ori...more
treus
Boring and ill-balanced. The author presents the powerful ideas of Guenon and Evola next to those of very flawed thinkers and lunatics, with no meaningful indications of how superior the ideas of the former two authors are compared to the others featured here. Worth flipping through in the store or at the library.

Get Guenon's Traditional Forms and Cosmic Cycles instead.
Robert
A FANTASTIC book on Atlantis: not about 'where it was' or 'IF it existed',but what impacts it had on the rest of civilization! Of everything I had ever wanted to know (and read) about Atlantis, I now think- "What the Hell have you done to us!!" ;) A MUST READ!!
Elentarri
An "ok" book. Nothing earth shattering. The author provides summaries of the works of other authors who discuss Atlantis. No new hypotheses or conclusions are reached. Interesting if you haven't read too much about Atlantis, repetitive if you have.
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