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The place of origin of the Tlavatli or 2nd sub-race was an island off the west coast of Atlantis. The spot is marked on the 1st map with the figure 2. Thence they spread into Atlantis proper, chiefly across the middle of the continent, gradually however tending northwards towards the stretch of coast facing the promontory of Greenland.
Paperback, 108 pages
Published October 1st 1972 by Theosophical Books Ltd
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May 24, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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The book is interesting, there are references to even older books that tell the history of mankind. The movement of man around the world is explained as part of the people from Atlantis relocating and beginning civilizations all over the globe. The people from Atlantis according to William Scott-Elliot were red, yellow, black and white. The worship of all nations are supposed to be based from the religion of the parent continent.

Many of the animals that live in Chili and America were speculate
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A mind shattering account of an alternate telling of our beginnings. The details of mankind's history come via astral projection, a parapsychological tool that the author claims to have mastered and experienced. Now, it's hard to tell how accurate Elliot's account is, or if he had gotten the information from other sources, but the detail is astounding. I recommend this read to anyone interested in alternate history. And the ancient civilizations of Atlantis and Lemuria. ...more
Dec 28, 2019 rated it did not like it
Baseless and without proofs, why would he even bother to write this?
In the famous words of Dana... "Meh."

I found this book on YouTube and thought it'd be good. The lady's accent was hard to understand, and it didn't make sense.

Oh well.

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William Scott-Elliot (1849-1919) was a theosophist who elaborated Helena Blavatsky's concept of root races in several publications, most notably The Story of Atlantis and The Lost Lemuria, later combined in 1925 into a single volume called The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria.


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