Atlantis Revisited

Volume 1: A Scientific Analysis of Plato’s Atlantis

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Volume 2: A Shoal of Mud in the Way

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Volume 3: The Atlantians

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Volume 4: The Destruction

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Ugo Ernest
Ugo Ernest
2 years ago

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Faiez BENADOUANE
2 years ago
Reply to  Ugo Ernest

I want to inscrit in Atlantis

John Garner
John Garner
2 years ago
Reply to  Ugo Ernest

Are you ready for this?

amenda
amenda
2 years ago

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Jeff
Jeff
1 year ago
Reply to  David

All for this adventure pal!

Justin
2 years ago

Thanks

Alexander
1 year ago

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1 year ago

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1 year ago

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1 year ago

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1 year ago

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1 year ago

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1 year ago

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Luke Prince
1 year ago

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admin
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Luke Prince

Thanks!

Neo
Neo
1 year ago

Hi there, found your YouTube channel. Thanks for the content. Just wondering why you disabled comments?

admin
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Neo

Neo, I’ve been searching for you for… Oops, wrong reality.

For Atlantis Revisited Volumes I and II, I disabled comments because there’s so much fringe out there. Everyone seems to have their own far-flung idea of where Atlantis was and who built it, etc. That’s partly the fault of Wikipedia, which still doesn’t recognize it as having ever existed. This leaves open a blank slate for Hollywood to invent on, and people spin off of that, and so on. It’s totally out of control. Some guy contacted me to insist that Atlantis was somewhere north of Japan, pointed me to an 8-minute video and insisted I cease and desist on researching the subject. Sure I may have gotten a detail wrong here and there but I have more videos to produce and didn’t want the fringe to be able to wear me down every step of the way.

Atlantis Revisited III will be different. Comments will be open so that certain parties can chime in whose inputs I really need, and others with issues will have to address them to those commenters. It should be interesting to see how the fringe will operate in that environment.

Atlantis Revisited IV is also in production but I haven’t decided about comments on that installment yet. Perhaps I’ll open up all 4 volumes for comments when that gets posted, or perhaps I’ll allow a gestation period before opening them up. But you’re right, eventually I’ll have to open them all up for comments.

Welcome… to the desert… of the Richat structure!

admin
Admin
10 months ago
Reply to  Neo

Neo, Comments are now enabled on Volumes II and III. If all goes well, or in any case once Volume IV is posted, I’ll open up Volume I for comments as well. Wanted to get everything out there before getting bogged down in comments.