The Destruction of Atlantis: Compelling Evidence of the Sudden Fall of the Legendary Civilisation (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Destruction of Atlantis All human cultures, from classical and biblical to native North and South American, share the myth of an ancient deluge that often coincides with a rain of fire from the heavens.
- Published: 28 February 2004
- Format: Paperback 228 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781591430193 ISBN 10: 1591430194
- Sales rank: 425,621
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All human cultures from classical and biblical to native North and South American share the myth of an ancient deluge that often coincides with a rain of fire from the heavens. Now in THE DESTRUCTION OF ATLANTIS author Frank Joseph links this worldwide cultural phenomenon to the story of the lost civilisation of Atlantis which in a single day and night disappeared into the sea in a violent cataclysm. In the most comprehensive account of this legendary island Frank Joseph provides compelling evidence based on 20 years of research around the globe that Atlantis was at the root of all subsequent human civilisations. Refuting modern scepticism he provides evidence from archaeology geology astronomy and ancient lore to prove the existence of Atlantean civilisation in the context of Near Eastern Bronze Age society at the end of the13th century B.C.E. He combines hard scientific evidence with a stunning and imaginative re-creation of what it must have been like to walk the streets of Atlantis in its last days. The resulting portrait of a mighty empire corrupted by an overreaching lust for wealth and power offers an important lesson to our own materialistic civilisation poised on the brink of ecological disaster.