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After well over 30 years, I was the first to succeed in bringing Plato's supposedly mythical Atlantis into European history as having formerly existed in reality.

Plato, for the composition of his two late works, - Dialogues Timaeus and Critias, - based himself, according to his own statements, on Solon's Egypt diary, which he created in the years from 570 to 560 BC, as a support of thoughts for a great EPOS TO ATHENS; as the leitmotif, >the victory of Athens over the Atlanteans...< 

As we can read in the great Amun temple of Ramses III himself, (by the way, my book provides the German and the English translation to it), the Atlanteans came, - the name says it, - from their settlement areas on the North- and the Baltic Sea; two inland seas of the Atlantic. - That's why these peoples are named Atlanteans.

The veil of history lifted with the legibility of ancient Egyptian writing:                In the 8th year of governement of King Ramses III, - adequate 1,175 BC, - the Atlanteans entered the world stage of written history, as Ramses III reports on tennis court-sized stone monuments, how he defeated the NineBows, that's the peoples from the Ninth Bow, ...from the North and Baltic Sea area, - ultimately coming from Atlantis...  

Atlantis, nebich, is the Atlanteans former residential area. But since the NORTHERN BRONZE AGE people lived at best in post- or pit houses - and thus they still built >entirely in wood<. On top of that >the masonry stone building< also reached the northwest of Europe only via the Romans around the turn of time. That's why the said >City of Atlantis< is not an issue for atlantonomy.

Please have my e-book about it emailed to you; it is really worthwhile:



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