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Destruction of Atlantis: Compelling Evidence of the Sudden Fall of the Legendary Civilization

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ANCIENT CULTURES / NEW SCIENCE "A valuable addition to the study of lost civilizations and ancient maritime exploration. Essential reading for all true Atlantologists."--(Andrew Collins, author of _From the Ashes of Angels_ and _Gateway to Atlantis_) "Definitely a can't-put-downer and must-read book for the enthusiast of ancient mysteries."--(Robert G. Bauval, author of _T ...more
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Published May 19th 2011 by Inner Traditions / Bear & Company (first published May 30th 2002)
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Although Joseph's background leaves little to be desired, his research is thorough. The correlations he makes are near startling and certainly raise more questions. Good book for controversial information on Atlantis.
This is a silly book.

But perhaps I should explain a few things before getting into that. I was at my local library and happened upon a book display. One of the featured books, Carl Sagan's The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark, caught my eye. I have been meaning to read it for ages. It seems to be a cornerstone in what has become the modern skeptical movement and is referenced all the time, usually for Sagan's "bologna detection kit" designed to help the user determine if his
This was one of Frank Josephs earlier works, I have to say it was a bit repetitious and the book could have been done in half the pages. It was an interesting read, he presents a good arguement about myths being more historically viable then the written word, considering man's history on burning libraries like Alexandria & time destroying carved petroglyphs.
Karlie Nyte
I am completely convinced. Atlantis was real. It existed, and it was destroyed. It's destruction is remembered in the human race's subconscious. Read this book. Discover for yourself. Immense yourself in further reading and research. It's what I plan to do.
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