Atlantis: Lessons from the Lost Continent: A Modern Look at a Prehistoric Civilization

The lost civilization of Atlantis whether mythical or historical offers possible clues about our past and holds important lessons for our future Join author J Allan Danelek on a compelling journey of discovery as he attempts to answer questions surrounding the controversial twelve thousand year old legend Was it a real place or did Plato invent the story If it did exisThe lost civilization of Atlantis whether mythical or historical offers possible clues about our past and holds important lessons for our future Join author J Allan Danelek on a compelling journey of discovery as he attempts to answer questions surrounding the controversial twelve thousand year old legend Was it a real place or did Plato invent the story If it did exist, what could have led to the widespread destruction of an entire civilization And are we heading down the same road to self annihilation Fact or Fiction Bringing new life to Plato s dialogues on Atlantis, Danelek offers original theories about the lost world s culture and downfall This engaging exploration covers all aspects of Atlantean lore, from historical maps and geological sciences to popular theories both traditional and contemporary.At the heart of every story lies an ultimate truth and timeless lesson What can Atlantis teach us about the fate of humanity
Atlantis Lessons from the Lost Continent A Modern Look at a Prehistoric Civilization The lost civilization of Atlantis whether mythical or historical offers possible clues about our past and holds important lessons for our future Join author J Allan Danelek on a compelling journey of

  • Title: Atlantis: Lessons from the Lost Continent: A Modern Look at a Prehistoric Civilization
  • Author: J. Allan Danelek
  • ISBN: 9780738711621
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Atlantis: Lessons from the Lost Continent: A Modern Look at a Prehistoric Civilization”

    1. An interesting take on the Atlantis myth. The science is general and the author tends to hedge his bets, never really coming down from the fence.

    2. An interesting read that discussed the idea that civilisation has risen and fallen many times over the last 100 thousand years. Having read The World Without Us and Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed, I thought this book brought together a few of those ideas in an easy to read format.

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