Posts Tagged ‘atlantis’

Maltese Architect’s Obsessive Lifelong Quest to Find Atlantis

The Maltese architect Giorgio Grognet de Vassé was born in Malta in 1774, before enjoying a varied career which culminated in his architectural design of the Rotunda of Mosta. Inspired by the Pantheon in Rome, a city where Grognet had spent some years, this neoclassical domed church is a remarkable feature in the Maltese landscape. […]

Atlantis: Examining the Legendary Tale of Plato

Around 360 BC, in his dialogues of Timaeus and Critias, the Greek philosopher Plato introduced an incredible story, a tale of an enigmatic island civilization which has since captivated the imagination of every generation that followed. This was the story of Atlantis, thought to be one of the most advanced societies of the ancient world, […]

Dark Journalist X-Series 100 Hart In The HotZone: Atlantis/BImini Op And COG Deep State!

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discoveries in Santorini about the Lost Atlantis

New 2020 discoveries in Santorini about the Lost Atlantis December 24, 2020 The Discovery Channel featured a documentary showing that the lost ancient Atlantis may be the famous Greek island of Santorini. New finds indicating excessive wealth have been discovered in the Akrotiri area of Santorini. Exquisite pottery shell and other objects found at the […]

Why The Lost Land of Atlantis Went Down – If We Don’t Change, Could The Same Thing Happen To Us?

Next Story By reading this article, I wanted you to think about the factors Plato describes and how it related to the modern day human experience. Perhaps there are some lessons we can learn… Advanced ancient civilizations are a big topic of interest among researchers, historians, archaeologists, and scientists. Every single year we are gifted […]

7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Lost City Of Atlantis

Next Story Atlantis, the intriguing mystery that leaves many of us curious to learn more, and some of us skeptical and dismissive. What is it about this lost city that leaves so many of us questioning much of what we have been taught to believe? Is there some truth to the story of Atlantis that […]

The Reality of Ancient Atlantis & “Extraterrestrial” Contact – A Discussion That’s Gaining More Credibility

Next Story When it comes to human history, we are, as author Graham Hancock once coined, a species with amnesia. We have a hard time putting together the pieces of the puzzle, and the explanations for what took place at various points throughout human history still remains, for the most part, a mystery. On top […]

Egyptian Priest Who Introduced Atlantis to the world: Sonchis of Sais

Every time we think about Atlantis—the fabled lost city/continent—we think about Plato, the man who described its existence in his work Critias and Timaeus. But have we ever asked ourselves where does the original story from Atlantis come from? Plato did not invent Atlantis as many believe, but the story of the existence of this […]

Secret Mysteries of America’s Beginnings – Is America The New Atlantis

While most dismiss the notion that Atlantis did at one time exist, there is still debate as to whether the lost world was very much a real place. There are even people that believe it is slowly being rebuilt, both literally and also in influence and ideology. Some believe that the United States – once […]

Atlantis Unearthed — Surprising Underwater Scans Show Lost Architecture on the Sea Floor

In his poems of the Iliad, the Greek Philosopher Homer introduces us to the mythical city of Troy, which remained a curiosity to many until the late 1870s when Heinrich Schliemann, on a hunch, began excavating the remains of an ancient city in Turkey. Although he was an amateur archaeologist and his methods were considered […]

I Remember My Name – Palestinian Poetry

Poetry by Samah Sabawi, Ramzy Baroud and Jehan Bseiso   by Susan Abulhawa Three renowned Palestinians poets from Gaza – Samah Sabawi, Ramzy Baroud, and Jehan Bseiso – flanked by editor Vacy Vlazna and artist David Borrington have joined to create I Remember My Name, a powerful and moving collection of poems and drawings. […]

Hypergamy Is a Thing of the Past

Hypergamy – the action of marrying a person of a superior caste or class. The term comes from the 1960s when women supposedly went about marrying males of higher social status. In America it would be from blue collar to white collar. Now, in 1960 we must understand that a woman was expected to follow one path: […]

24 Relationship Comics That Bring New Light To The Meaning Of Love

Relationships, undoubtedly, have their highs and lows, their bouts of tedium and their spurts of excitement. They are beautiful for this very reason, but they require balance in order to sustain. Relationships are a constant journey of self-discovery, hopefully comprising a deep-rooted love that has no boundaries. Then there’s love — the driving force that connects […]

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