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Is the island of Atlantis a story that originated thousands of years ago as a fable to entertain and serve as a moral tale? Or is it an actual land lost in the mists of time? Plato's Caribbean Atlantis (A Scientific Explanation of Plato's Atlantis Story) by Dr. PP Flambas is a fascinating study explaining the real probability that Atlantis existed in an ancient world. Incorporating research and knowledge from various scientific fields, the author has formulated the Hydraulic and Caribbean hypotheses to prove Plato's writings. Together, the two hypotheses postulate and present significant theories proving the actuality of Atlantis, its location, and its ultimate demise. Using Plato's writings of Critias and Timaeus, the book begins with historical references dating back approximately twelve thousand years before the current era. Including information about the five principal ice ages, the epochs and eras the earth has experienced over the course of millions of years, the questions surrounding Atlantis's existence may finally be answered.
Plato's Caribbean Atlantis (A Scientific Explanation of Plato's Atlantis Story) by Dr. PP Flambas is a brilliant and compelling non-fiction book investigating the mysterious island of Atlantis. Using maps, photographs, pictures, charts, historical references, and appendixes, Dr. Flambas clarifies the fascinating and profound premises that substantiate and prove his theories. Illustrating his research and hypotheses with relevant data based on scientific principles and research, it is an intriguing and eye-opening book. It is a remarkable and profound book that challenges contemporary perceptions regarding Atlantis and will fascinate everyone who enjoys original and insightful explorations of historical anomalies. If you are a fan of Graham Hancock, you will not want to miss reading this book!