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    Atlantis in Spain by Maria Elena Whitshaw Describes Waterworks of Atlantis Not Realized by Author

    In a very informative book though written rather cumbersomely, Atlantis in Spain by Maria Elena Whitshaw describes the waterworks of the Rio Tinto river up to Niebla (in southwestern Spain) where there are megalithic and hormazo walls having protected the storehouse where minerals were brought to be shipped downstream, those waterworks described in Plato’s Atlantis, but Whitshaw having believed the uniformitarians’ timeline thought those ruins of circa 2000 b. c. were of the Tartessians originally, who in reality dominated the region after the demise of Atlantis when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c., bronze age stone ruins at many locations off the coast of southwestern Spain the proof.

     

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