Do you believe in the lost world of atlantis?
23 Aug 09
Yes quite frankly I do believe that Atlantis existed. I also believe that a place called Lemuria existed which traveled from South India to Australia. I also believe that these cultures were far more spiritually evolved than us today.
23 Aug 09
I do not deny the possibility that Atlantis did exist. The argument between its believers is its location. So far I know of four main theories. In the Mediterranean region, in the Atlantic Ocean off the Straits of Gibraltar, in the Bermuda region, and in South East Asia. The proponents of the fourth theory based their arguments on several descriptions of the Empire. Among them are surrounded by a ring of fire (look at the map of South East Asia, and the volcanic circle), located between two oceans (Indian and Pacific), and of tropical climate with animals like elephants. It disappeared because of strong volcanic eruptions (The Krakatoa was a modern example), earthquakes, and a rising sea level. We may never know the real truth.
27 Aug 09
Most probably they disappeared due to natural disasters. That is a probable theory. A lot of ancient cities got buried that way. Which could only mean that their location is not a good one. And that now their civilization rests beneath the earth or the ocean, in ruins.
23 Aug 09
The fact is there's alot of evidences which possibly can tell us if there's truely an Atlantis. I myself always try to believe it since i knew that in the Atlantic Ocean, the ocean ground is totally different with another oceans. The landscape tells us if there's like have human built buildings. That's why its landspace has muds. However, Atlantis is a forgotten history. I'm just wondering why it could be forgotten if there was really an Atlantis on that ancient time. Happy mylotting.
23 Aug 09
How did Bermuda triangle come here? :-) I never heard that one. :-) But Atlantis, I do believe that there were civilizations much before us. Missing link is yet to be found. Were they very advanced? May be, may be not. May be the descriptions that we see or hear, is just imaginary. Actual facts may have been pretty dull. What is wrong in fantasizing? One interesting fact in this context is that some scientists out here in my country (India) believe that quite a lot of coastline would be submerged under the sea if the ice caps in arctic and antarctic melts. May be something like that did happen. I am more towards believing rather than disbelieving about Atlantis.
3 Mar 11
I think it really existed. Plato and Edgar Cayce were two highly evolved men with a high spiritual knowledge, both weren't liars but men that helped people for free, and also humble. So they didn't wanted money or fame when they told us what they told. Plato begun the Atlantis tale, who told him? A spirit? A vision? Who knows, and Edgar Cayce continued telling us some more.