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    Plato’s Atlantis Geography Quite Specific When You Read What He Actually Said Not Pop Theory

    Did you know that the eastern edge of the Atlantean empire was Italy and Libya, and the western edge the Atlantic seaboards of western Europe and northwestern Africa? This is why Plato wrote too that the Atlantean empire was as large as Libya and Asia combined, speaking of their Mediterranean coastlines. The Atlantean plain, 200 miles by 300 miles, was the Guadalquivir river valley (southwestern Spain in the shadow of the Sierra Morena mountain range) and its portion submerged since circa 1500 b. c., somewhere south of Cadiz, perhaps about thirty miles, the submerged city of Posidon.

     

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