Samstag, 28. Januar 2023 - 10:56 Uhr



Surfing online in Tony O'Connell's Atlantipedia or in Bernhard Beiers  † German Atlantisforschung we get a peripheral idea, who there, where and when suspected, searched or even already found Atlantis. But a real-historical Atlantis stands allso for the present sciences outside of any expectation...

...and yet, in the last 30 years, I have been the first to succeed in, to disentangle the so hopelessly diswritten sujet of Atlantis scientifically and completely logically comprehensible, to work up and to bring it into the real history of Old Europe. There was a lot of chaff to separate from wheat and above all to decide, what at all is the chaff ...and what is the wheat.


The hotspot of Atlantonomy is the 8th regnal year of Ramses III, - adequate 1.175 BC, - the Atlanteans' entering the world stage of written history:

In Medinet Habu, on plate 46, lines 1 - 5, Ramses III declares himself victor over the Atlanteans, whom he subjugated and expelled from their land,< (...which they had already settled by then in Egypt...).

Historiographically the >Three People's Plate< (plate 44) documents the Sekeles, Peleset and Denen expressly as NineBows; as Atlanteans: ...the people of the Ninth Bow, ...from the North- and Baltic Sea areas, (two inland seas of the Atlantic,) ...the former Atlantis.                                                                                Plato reports in Timaeus about this great army power, which >moved from the Atlantic sea against whole Europe and Asia Minor<. - Seen from Egypt there is only one option; the island- and peninsula-world at the North and Baltic Sea, which are both inland seas of the Atlantic Ocean. Therefore, these riparian areas profile themselves as the former Atlantis.

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