Honolulu, HI -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/19/2016 --According to a new book, Atlantis Pyramids Floods, by Dennis Brooks, the small island of Atlantis has been found. When Plato wrote about the island of Atlantis, he said it was 1/2 mile wide and held several structures including temples and the king's palace. This island has been found in Florida.
Dennis Brooks has spent over twenty years researching Atlantis and Noah's Great Flood. Now, he answers many questions about the two legends. The clues about Atlantis and its location came from three main sources: Plato's Dialogues, Dr. Phelon's Book, and Edgar Cayce's Readings. Even though the three men use different terms in their descriptions, they all described the same terrain features. This interpretation is no mistake; all three of them described the Florida Plain as the Plain of Atlantis.
Plato said that the plain of Atlantis was 200 miles wide and 300 miles long. This is the length and width of the Florida Plain. Dr. Phelon said that the plain was flat and even with many canals leading to the City of Atlantis. You can still see those canals in Florida today. Plato said that a great ditch went around the Plain and was 1200 miles in length. That ditch is now the Indian River; it is 1200 miles long. Dr. Phelon said that the plain was a virtual garden with all of its farmland irrigated by a river and many canals; that is Florida! Plato said that on the Atlantis Plain, the farmers gathered two crops a year. Florida provides two crops a year.
Plato said that Atlantis was destroyed by earthquakes and floods. Cayce said that many years ago, water came in from the ocean and submerged this plain. Plato said that the small island of Atlantis had three large canals around it. This island in Tampa has three large canals around it. Cayce said that the survivors of the flood left the plain and went to the Yucatan Plateau in Mexico. Dr. Phelon said that Tampa was the Great City of Atlantis and that Mexico City was the Grand City of Atlantis. Edgar Cayce said that of the two islands in the area, the small island of Atlantis would be the first to rise again. In 1968, a large development company started working to rebuild the two islands in the area, which were nothing more than mudflats at the time. The small island, which Cayce called Poseida, was the first one they built up and developed. It rose again and is now called Harbour Island. It has a large gated community on it. Cayce said that the remains of a temple on the small island holds the records of the lost civilization. The story goes that Poseidon built his castle on that island and put three moats around it. He was the father of Atlas, who inherited the city and surrounding land, which was named after Atlas. The continent, country, city, and small island were all called Atlantis.
"Atlantis Pyramids Floods: Why Europeans are White," is a new paperback and updated ebook. It includes all the latest discoveries and archeological findings. The ebooks are interactive; they have links to all the terrain features the storytellers wrote about. The books tell the story of Atlantis from the beginning and reveals many other details about the lost civilization. Click on the links and zoom in to see the old subdivisions and canals on the Florida Plain, visit the king's palace on the Yucatan Plateau, or learn about how the great pyramids on the Giza Plateau are related to Atlantis. The story of how Atlantis was found is on the website: atlantispyramidsfloods.com.
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