The Atlantis Encyclopedia
by Frank Joseph
Of the estimated 2,500 books and magazine articles published about the lost civilization, The Atlantis Encyclopedia stands alone. Unlike other books on the subject, it offers fewer theories and more facts, with detailed data on geology, astronomy and oceanography. And numerous stories that have never been presented together in a single volume--the folk traditions of people...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published February 15th 2005 by New Page Books
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Ya buku yang terlalu biasa. Banyak bukti meyakinkan tentang keberadaan Atlantis,tapi tidak ada konklusi tentang letak atlantis sebenarnya.Ya membuatku tidak nyaman,adalah anggapan penulis bahwa kehancuran Sodom dan Gomora adalah alegori dari kehancuran Atlantis dan Lemuria. Padahal Sodom dan Gomora tak berkaitan sama sekali dengan peradaban yg hilang.
I'm constantly referring back to this back during my writing. Every theory, shred of evidence, and speculation is listed in alphabetical order in this well composed Encyclopedia about Atlantis. Although his placement of the time of Atlantis' destruction in 900 BC isn't exactly agreeable to every one, the information provided in this book is invaluable to any Atlantis researcher.