- According to predictions, there will be a room unearthed (if it has not been already) that will hold the record of Atlantis’ existence called the Hall of Records. Where is it supposed to be?
The right paw of the sphinx of Egypt
Edgar Cayce, a historian studied the tale of the lost city of Atlantis in detail for a long time. He wrote a book compiling all his findings. In that book, he mentions rising of the lost city once again like ‘the sun rises from the sea’. Also, according to his book, the entry to hall of records of the Atlantis city can be found under the right paw of the sphinx of Egypt which was later placed there only to protect the city from unmanned entry. His book says the entry will be possible only when the required time has been fulfilled. (Provided by funtrivia.com)
2. According to popular legend, what is the most likely cause of the destruction of Atlantis?
Many theories have been put forward to explain how Atlantis was destroyed. These range from volcanic eruptions or tsunamis, to a meteor strike and even nuclear war. But the most common theory is that Atlantis was destroyed by a devastating earthquake. (marineinsight.com)
- Who told the original myth of Atlantis?
Greek Philosopher Plato told the story of Atlantis in two stories Timaeus and Critias which were written about 355 B.C. (Channel.nationalgeographic.
4. Of the many different kinds of people who legends say inhabited Atlantis, which people came from the greatest distance?
The original inhabitants of the lost city of Atlantis are believed to be of extraterrestrial origin. They are believed to have been much taller and fair skinned than today’s average human being. (marineinsight.com)
- Who is said to have built Atlantis?
Poseidon, god of the sea, is said to have originally built the city. He then had 5 pairs of twins who reigned in Atlantis. (marineinsight.com)a Rafflecopter giveaway
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