The Shadow of Atlantis
Adventures Unlimited Press, 1997 - 288 Seiten
First published in 1940, this is one of the great classics of Atlantis research. It amasses a great deal of archaeological, anthropological, historical and scientific evidence in support of a lost continent in the Atlantic Ocean. Braghine covers such diverse topics as Egyptians in Central America, the myth of Quetzalcoatl, the Basque language and its connection with Atlantis, the connections with the ancient pyramids o Mexico, Egypt and Atlantis, the sudden demise of mammoths, legends of giants and much more.
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