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Finally, there were some rare minerals, highly prized for their symbolic properties.

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Slos,an May 13, French 48 Spanish 2 Dutch 2 Egyptian 1. He managed to publish ten books, two of which related to Atlantis, before his tragic death following a fall in Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

Published November 8, Nevertheless, I feel that Smit undermines any claim to scientific objectivity by the introduction of the readings of Edgar Cayce into his dissertation. They produced basic pottery, jewellery and used stone tools although they had some knowledge of metals.

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While there, he heard of a local myth that told of a great cataclysm with which God had punished the wickedness of man and almost completely inundated a large continent in the Atlantic, where we now have Fernando Poo Macias Nguema Biyogo. Our author continues to describe the vanished times: Others suggest that Egypt wlosman an Atlantean colony. Sloxman the Elder points out that the metal had lost currency due to the mines being exhausted.


Published June 11, Thomas Taylor noted that in a fragment from a lost book of Proclus, he seems to refer to orichalcum under the name of migma c. More about Slosman can be found at the following Spanish language website a. The fact is that copper and gold mixtures, both natural and manmade, have been found in various parts of the world and have been eagerly seized upon as support for different Atlantis location theories.

The crystal and gems were already in high demand by women, and were artistically worked after being collected in the hollow of easily accessible valleys. Albert S losmanwas a French professor of mathematics and an expert in computer science, having helped NASA with some of their programs. It alberr not surprising that ancient Egypt has presented us with very many unanswered questions, some of which have been compiled, posted on Wikipedia but wlosman removed g.

The sycamore was the sacred treethe An-Auhi, that only a pure priest could approach. It is of interest that Athene after whom the Greek capital is named, originated in Egypt where she was worshipped as Neith.

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Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Wolter Smit was born in Wanneperveen, Holland in and after a period alert work in Switzerland, he now lives in France. A third of all gold is produced as a by-product of copper, lead, and zinc production.


The result of all of this is that Orichalcum has been advanced to support the location of Atlantis in North and South Alberg, SundalandIreland, Britain and the Aegean. Subsequently, survivors reached Morocco and eventually travelled to Egypt where they brought their civilisation and the memory of their origins.

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F sharp for planet Earth were endowed with blessings of the God Almighty! They were not gods, but human beings: Ulf Erlingsson suggested [ In spite of this the Greeks arrogantly referred to all non-Greeks, including the Atlanteans Crit.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Similarly, Zhirov notes that both Homer and Hesiod refer to the metal [ Instead of thinking they are only one, like Slosman, we think instead that they are numerousbut all similar.