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Atlantis: Ancient Legacy, Hidden Prophecy par [Greer, John Michael]
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"Plato's account contains precise references to the catastrophic global flooding that followed the end of the last ice age and peaked at the exact date he gives for the drowning of Atlantis. The occult traditions of Atlantis tell a radically different story, a story of technology run wild amid a desperate struggle for the soul of a dying civilization . . . "

The Ultimate Question

The legend of Atlantis―a lost civilization drowned beneath the waters of the Atlantic Ocean―has inspired controversy for more than two thousand years, and remains a hot topic even today.

Join occult historian John Michael Greer on a journey through time in search of one of the great mysteries of the past.  Starting with the original versions of the Atlantis story in the dialogues of Plato, Greer tracks the Atlantis myth from the hidden lodges of occult secret societies, through the freewheeling debates of the alternative history scene, to the latest scientific discoveries about the prehistoric past.  

In light of newspaper headlines about global warming and the future of industrial society, Greer poses the ultimate question―is the legend of Atlantis a legacy of the distant past, or a prophecy of our own future?

Atlantis includes practical lessons in scrying (remote viewing) as well as a call to action for "seedbearers" ― individuals who will help preserve the cultural, scientific, and practical legacies of the past and present through the coming planetary changes.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 264 pages
  • Editeur : Llewellyn Publications (8 octobre 2007)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B003B662TI
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 refreshing, delightful 2 août 2016
Par peter - Publié sur
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A refreshing guide in a murky world, Greer explains the history of all the nonsensical accretions that have developed around Atlantis. Greer is a top-notch occultist himself, and so understands the purpose of all of the occult writings surrounding Atlantis, but helps us understand that they contribute little to an historical search for that ancient place. He begins with Plato, transcribing everything Plato said about the island, then gave us his contemporaries' reactions, later historical perspectives, and then delineates Atlantis' modern evolution beginning with Blavatsky. He then gives us a clear-eyed lesson in paleoclimatology and geology in order to examine the plausibility of Atlantis. He ends up finding Atlantis entirely plausible given the geologic record, though there is no evidence to absolutely confirm its existence. After presenting a case for why there is every reason to assume that Plato (and Plato's source) was telling the truth, he examines a possible site for the island (I won't ruin it for you...but it's near Florida) and then paints a picture of what the civilization may have been like using broad narrative form.

While Greer is somewhat committed to the idea of modern society's civil religion of Progress blinding us to many ideas and harsh realities (which partly explains why some are unable to conceive of lost civilizations, as it destroys our narrative of linear, straight-up-from-the-bottom Progress) his writing is not blinded or hampered by a commitment to ideology or agenda. He presents only the plausibility of Atlantis and various lost civilizations, sometimes pointing to the evidence found so far, but draws no unsupportable conclusions.

P.S. I forgot, the book ends with a brief appendix on scrying, but don't let this put you off if you're not into occultism. His ideas in this book do not rely on belief in anything other than the material world and reasonable thought.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Warning for Our Planet 9 mars 2017
Par Violet Bunny - Publié sur
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I admit, I was getting ready to trash this book, as, during the first half of it, the author spent his time trashing other books writtten about Atlantis by various other authors. But when I got to the second half, I was elated to see the scientific facts & figures outlining the many geological processes (both natural & human-made) that may have sunk Atlantis - & which may possibly alter our planet (& not for the better) in the forseeable future. The last chapter in the book is the most interesting & includes a warning that our technology & its after-effects, including those pesky greenhouse gases, might cause history to repeat itself once again.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Renew your faith in the reality of Atlantis, read this story and begin to believe again 21 décembre 2012
Par Robin T. Wernick - Publié sur
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I have been skeptical for decades on the idea of Atlantis having been in Antarctica. "Atlantis: AncientLegacy, Hidden Prophecy" gave me a more believable viewpoint. In a masterful introduction to the story of Atlantis, the author introduces the most in depth historical review of the story that I have ever encountered. He shows where and even who, in many cases, was involved in defining the current beliefs about Atlantis. He introduces secret societies, movie makers, ancient maps, and even archaeological evidence to support his concept that the city of Atlantis was located across the mountains from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antartica.

I still think that the maps of the ancient sea kings place Atlantis on an island that was part of the eastern continental shelf that slid into the ocean 12600 years ago during the breakup of the North American ice sheet following that minor incident that caused the North Pole to migrage from Hudson's Bay to its present position and raise lake Titicata from sea level to over 10,000 feet where it sits now. Don't forget the lake contains sea creatures that can live in fresh water.

But, Mr. Greer has managed to make me believe that it is possible for an outpost of Atlantis did exist on Antartica 13000 years ago inland from the Weddell Sea. At that time that location would have been at about the same latitude as Patigonia is today, and we don't think that it is uninhabitable. So, the story is expanding and getting even more hairy with the discovery of the Bimini Road and the sunken city off the west coast of Cuba. The current story of ancient civilizations before 10.000 BC is developing fatal cracks and this book is helping to widen those cracks to expose a more believable truth.

So, if you want to put the pieces together that tell of a world spannig civilization that created trade among world powers with seagoing ships, written languages and a well known history that preceeded it by 20,000 years, this book is one of the better places to start. Find out something about the people who actually created the Spinx and moved the 3,000 ton stone into the temple at Baalbek Lebanon over five thousand years ago, then add this to your collection. You won't be disappointed, he tells a very intriguing tale.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 ATLANTISCINTILLATING !!!!! 24 mai 2015
Par jorma - Publié sur
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This is a great accounting on the myth of Atlantis. Mr. Greer writes an excellent, scientific, objective, no-nonsense investigation! Of course all the familiar stuff is here: Plato, Donnely, where the Atlanteans could have come from, and where did they go? I really enjoyed this rendering, and telling of the mystery, and in the process discovered for myself, J.M.G. whom is an accomplished author, and have since acquired several of his books, on a variety of subjects ( all of them cool, and interesting ) To summarize, GREAT BOOK, GREAT AUTHOR, GREAT SUBJECT.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well written, like everything by Greer 5 avril 2014
Par Washu-chan - Publié sur
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I bought this book solely for the author's name, having no particular interest in the Atlantis myth. Like everything Greer writes, it's a wide-ranging, thoughtful, erudite stroll through a selected subject. This book appealingly meanders through a number of related topics, from Plato's writings on Atlantis to recorded losses of populated lands under rising seas to the history of the New Age movement. Greer explains clearly why the modern Atlantis myth can't be taken as factual, and probably wasn't originally intended to be. He has such a delightful authorial voice that if you have even the tiniest interest in the subject he is always worth reading.
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