Book Links

     

    List of URL´s presented in the book Atlantis – The Lost Continent Finally Found (The Definitive Localization of Plato’s Lost Civilization)

    This is a list for the links on the book as set forth with the described links section in the book Atlantis – The Lost Continent Finally Found by Prof. Arysio Santos. This is a revolutionary method of linking all mentioned URL´s in the book and setting them all together as to easy your eventual access to them and consultation. Please note, as some of these links expire we will be hosting mirrors of the originals. If any links are down, please let us know and we will do what we can to pull an archive.

    Book links in order they appear.


    ↑001

    Page 08
    400,000 people


    ↑002

    Page 11
    Ganesha(external link)
    an inverted bull’s head (A)(external link)


    ↑003

    Page 11
    the Semitic alphabet also ends with a bull (taw)(external link)
    initiatic Hindu character(external link)


    ↑004

    Page 11
    flint-knapping(external link)


    ↑005

    Page 14
    Hephthalites(external link)
    Naphtali(external link)


    ↑006

    Page 14
    Hsiung-nu(external link)


    ↑007

    Page 17
    Timaeus(external link)
    Critias(external link)


    ↑008

    Page 22
    Colonialism(external link)
    White-Supremacism(external link)


    ↑009

    Page 23
    worldwide conference of the reality of Atlantis(external link)
    See: http://milos.conferences.gr/index.php?id=2851(external link)
    And :http://milos.conferences.gr/index.php?id=919&L=1(external link)


    ↑010

    Page 26
    in Korea(external link)


    ↑011

    Page 32
    “hobbits” of Flores island(external link)


    ↑012

    Page 33
    confirmed by NASA’s space satellites(external link)


    ↑013

    Page 33
    Heinrich Events(external link)


    ↑014

    Page 36
    Sveta-dvipa(external link)
    Please see instead: http://dictionary.babylon.com/sveta-dvipa/(external link) and http://sambali.blogspot.com/2006/08/svetadvipa-glossary.html(external link) and http://vedabase.net/s/svetadvipa(external link)
    Sukhavati(external link)
    Atala(external link)


    ↑015

    Page 39
    Amenti is the Egyptian hell(external link)


    ↑016

    Page 51
    Fig. 1 in our Atlantis site(external link)


    ↑017

    Page 52
    Dr. Harold K. Voris, Ph. D.(external link)
    See this instead: http://fm1.fieldmuseum.org/aa/staff_page.cgi?staff=voris(external link)
    Field Museum of Chicago (IL)(external link)


    ↑018

    Page 53
    Fig. 2 of our Atlantis site, linked here(external link)


    ↑019

    Page 53
    which started about 70 – kya(external link)
    its onset was as sudden and brutal(external link)


    ↑020

    Page 54
    Pustaka Raja Purwa(external link)


    ↑021

    Page 64
    my Atlantis site(external link)


    ↑022

    Page 65
    Shri Yantra(external link)
    Kalachakra Mandala(external link)


    ↑023

    Page 76
    G. A. F. Molengraaff and other naturalists(external link)
    original color version is linked here – in PDF(external link)


    ↑024

    Page 81
    proto-Shiva of Harappa(external link)


    ↑025

    Page 81
    the Twins in the Navajo traditions(external link)
    the Yabh-Yum of Hindus and Tibetans(external link)
    Please see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yab-Yum(external link)


    ↑026

    Page 304
    Ken Wohletz’ article linked here(external link)


    ↑027

    Page 305
    Mungo Man(external link)


    ↑028

    Page 308
    Golden Bough(external link)


    ↑029

    Page 310
    linked here(external link)


    ↑030

    Page 312
    with a saw in his hand(external link)


    ↑031

    Page 313
    map here(external link)


    ↑032

    Page 90
    our Atlantis site linked here(external link)


    ↑033

    Page 92
    Atlas Farnese(external link)
    Please see here: http://faculty.ed.umuc.edu/~jmatthew/naples/Atlas.jpg(external link) And: http://culturalproduction.wikispaces.com/file/view/Atlas-Farnese.jpg/31771353/Atlas-Farnese.jpg(external link) And:http://www.constellationsofwords.com/images/FarneseBack1.jpg(external link) And: http://www.nap.edu/books/0309074339/xhtml/images/p2000bd4fg196001.jpg(external link) Or: http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Mythology/Images/AtlasFarnese.jpg(external link)


    ↑034

    Page 94
    Atlantes of Tula (Mexico)(external link)
    See here: http://www.nativeweb.org/pages/pyramids/tula.html(external link) and: http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/95798816/The-Image-Bank(external link) and: http://www.delange.org/ArchMuseum7/Dsc00131.jpg(external link) and:http://sp8.fotolog.com/photo/24/11/6/mexico_x_siempre/1231362476370_f.jpg(external link) and: http://sacredsites.com/americas/mexico/tula.html(external link) and: http://images.travelpod.com/users/gringodog/mexico-2007.1168473720.tula-atlantes-warriors.jpg(external link)


    ↑035

    Page 94
    caryatides(external link)
    Please see instead: http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/97646/caryatid(external link) and: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/caryatides(external link) and: http://www.evere.co.uk/d’evere/athens/(external link) and:http://www.evere.co.uk/d’evere/caryat.jpg(external link) and: http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/19400/19403/porch_maiden_19403_lg.gif(external link) and: http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/6200/6271/caryatides_1_lg.gif(external link) and:http://1.bp.blogspot.com/dTxXoMA7ks/S7sJgAiXGOI/AAAAAAAAL4o/xme49LxpdSI/s1600/800px-Ath%C3%A8nes_Acropole_Caryatides.JPG(external link) and: http://www.dabar.org/mcgarvey/lands/p606.gif(external link) and:http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/71900/71946/71946_jewel_box_lg.gif(external link)


    ↑036

    Page 94
    standing like an atlante(external link)


    ↑037

    Page 97
    Nut in her diurnal, celestial aspect(external link)
    the Double Lion (Acker or Ruty)(external link)


    ↑038

    Page 97
    the Double Lion(Acker or Ruty)(external link)


    ↑039

    Page 98
    Greek vase linked here(external link)


    ↑040

    Page 99
    Ouroboros(external link)
    illustrated here(external link)


    ↑041

    Page 101
    see link here(external link)


    ↑042

    Page 104
    Celtic Cross(external link)


    ↑043

    Page 104
    menorah(external link)


    ↑044

    Page 105
    Atlas Farnese, linked here(external link)
    Please see here: http://faculty.ed.umuc.edu/~jmatthew/naples/Atlas.jpg(external link) And: http://culturalproduction.wikispaces.com/file/view/Atlas-Farnese.jpg/31771353/Atlas-Farnese.jpg(external link) And:http://www.constellationsofwords.com/images/FarneseBack1.jpg(external link) And: http://www.nap.edu/books/0309074339/xhtml/images/p2000bd4fg196001.jpg(external link) Or: http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Mythology/Images/AtlasFarnese.jpg(external link)


    ↑045

    Page 107
    Hindu dvipas(external link)


    ↑046

    Page 113
    globe of Crates of Mallus(external link)


    ↑047

    Page 114
    Geogr. I:1:8(external link)
    Please refer to Google Cache: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:JJL7jnvvb7sJ:penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Strabo/1A*.html+http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Strabo/1A*.html&cd=1&hl=pt-BR&ct=clnk&gl=br(external link)
    I:2:24f(external link)
    Please refer to Google Cache: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:AiKGPu-KcxcJ:penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Strabo/1B2*.html+http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Strabo/1B2*.html%232.25&cd=1&hl=pt-BR&ct=clnk&gl=br(external link)


    ↑048

    Page 114
    Strabo(external link)
    Pomponius Mela(external link)


    ↑049

    Page 116
    monograph on the globe of Crates of Mallus here(external link)


    ↑050

    Page 129
    chryselephantine statue in the Parthenon(external link)


    ↑051

    Page 129
    Megasthenes(external link)
    Please see: http://www.ask.com/wiki/Indica_(Megasthenes)(external link) and: http://www.sdstate.edu/projectsouthasia/loader.cfm?csModule=security/getfile&PageID=837452(external link) and: http://www.mlsatlow.com/research/Satlow.pdf(external link) and:http://books.google.com.br/books?id=xp35-8gTRDkC&pg=PA33&lpg=PA33&dq=Dionysos+hercules+born+megasthenes&source=bl&ots=A81YQpAbGd&sig=GIu-koX4PVU_mcv2RRlc5HBf5EU&hl=pt-BR&ei=lQsGTdXGC4WclgeM1OmwDA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CCMQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q&f=false—(external link)

    ↑052

    Page 132
    as shown here(external link)


    ↑053

    Page 133
    Kalachakra mandalas(external link)


    ↑054

    Page 134
    Herodotus (Hist. VII:70) and Strabo (Geogr. XV:21)(external link)
    Geogr. I:2:27(external link)
    Please refer to Google cache: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:AiKGPu-KcxcJ:penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Strabo/1B2*.html+http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Strabo/1B2*.html%232.25&cd=1&hl=pt-BR&ct=clnk&gl=br(external link)


    ↑055

    Page 136
    magnificent computer simulation here(external link)


    ↑056

    Page 136
    This swinging gate is the counterpart of the Split Mountain(external link)


    ↑057

    Page 140
    Jaina Cosmogram linked here(external link)


    ↑058

    Page 146
    coin from Sicily (330 BC)(external link)


    ↑059

    Page 146
    precursors of the Cross of Christ(external link)


    ↑060

    Page 146
    rython(external link)
    Svayambhu Linga(external link)


    ↑061

    Page 146
    Cosmic Egg(external link)
    mandorla(external link)
    yoni-lingam(external link)


    ↑062

    Page 147
    “Atlantis Plan motif”(external link)


    ↑063

    Page 147
    Four Guardians (Lokapalas) of Hindu traditions(external link)
    Rainbow Serpent(external link)


    ↑064

    Page 148
    Vadavamukha, the “Fiery Submarine Mare”(external link)


    ↑065

    Page 148
    Shiva, in his Kalagni shape(external link)
    Mahabharata (12:348)(external link)


    ↑066

    Page 148
    Mahabharata (I:180-4)(external link)


    ↑067

    Page 154
    (external link)
    Atlantis(external link)
    nêsos(external link)


    ↑068

    Page 158
    Meltwater Pulse 1B (MWP1B(external link)
    Please rather see: Meltwater Pulse 1B(external link)


    ↑069

    Page 161
    (external link)
    Atlantis(external link)
    nêsos(external link)
    as can be verified here(external link)


    ↑070

    Page 163
    Libro del Conoscimiento(external link)


    ↑071

    Page 166
    description of the Garden of Eden(external link)


    ↑072

    Page 168
    The Suda is now available online(external link)


    ↑073

    Page 168
    Suda (or Suidas)(external link)


    ↑074

    Page 170
    Suda glosses(external link)
    LSJ(external link)


    ↑075

    Page 174
    Plato’s Tim. 24e(external link)
    25a(external link)


    ↑076

    Page 179
    Timaeus (24e(external link)
    25a(external link)) two links here


    ↑077

    Page 179
    Timaeus (24e(external link)
    25a(external link)) (two links here)


    ↑078

    Page 181
    researchers now contend for the equivocal priority(external link)


    ↑079

    Page 181
    these finds were made under 2,200 feet of water(external link)


    ↑080

    Page 182
    Aaron DuVal(external link)
    Please see: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_bermuda_5d.htm(external link)
    These pyramids(external link)
    Please see: http://www.hiddenmysteries.org/mysteries/atlantis/evidence.html(external link)
    Scott Stones(external link)
    Please see: http://www.crystalinks.com/biminiroad.html(external link)


    ↑081

    Page 182
    whose actual photo can be seen here(external link)
    Please see: http://www.crystalinks.com/biminiroad.html(external link)


    ↑082

    Page 182
    article here(external link)
    Please see: http://www.hiddenmysteries.org/mysteries/atlantis/evidence.html(external link)
    map linked here(external link)


    ↑083

    Page 185
    Serpent Ouroboros(external link)


    ↑084

    Page 186
    map of the Mediterranean region linked here(external link)


    ↑085

    Page 189
    I wrote a Statement on that(external link)
    Atlantis site(external link)


    ↑086

    Page 191
    oceanographic ship equipped with a coring rig(external link)


    ↑087

    Page 191
    Black Sea Flood(external link)


    ↑088

    Page 191
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)


    ↑089

    Page 192
    rate of one foot/day or less(external link)


    ↑090

    Page 193
    Flood myth from Turkey(external link)


    ↑091

    Page 195
    see map here(external link)


    ↑092

    Page 195
    Palk Strait in Sri Lanka(external link)
    Rama’s Bridge(external link)


    ↑093

    Page 196
    see map of the region here(external link)


    ↑094

    Page 197
    prehistoric supereruption of the Krakatoa(external link)
    see above map(external link)


    ↑095

    Page 198
    the two pillars represent the Twins(external link)


    ↑096

    Page 199
    the giant eruption of the Krakatoa volcano(external link)


    ↑097

    Page 203
    pelagos(external link)
    ontôs(external link)
    alêthinon(external link)
    ponton(external link)


    ↑098

    Page 206
    Espartel(external link)


    ↑099

    Page 206
    map here(external link)


    ↑100

    Page 209
    article that comments this issue here(external link)


    ↑101

    Page 210
    see Koudriavtsev’s map here(external link)
    map of Ice Age Europe here(external link)


    ↑102

    Page 210
    Ice Age map of Ireland here(external link)


    ↑103

    Page 213
    Phoenician mythology, from which the Greek one on Hercules derives(external link)


    ↑104

    Page 213
    Eusebius, Praep. Evang. I:10(external link)


    ↑105

    Page 215
    Sea Peoples(external link)


    ↑106

    Page 215
    map published in my Atlantis site(external link)


    ↑107

    Page 216
    paleovegetation map of Europe here(external link)


    ↑108

    Page 221
    B. G. Tilak(external link)
    Or rather http://www.vaidilute.com/books/tilak/tilak-contents.html(external link)


    ↑109

    Page 221
    Raymond Bernard(external link)
    Admiral Byrd(external link)


    ↑110

    Page 222
    Hindu myths on Mt. Meru, the Holy Mountain of Paradise(external link)


    ↑111

    Page 223
    Mercator and his school(external link)
    Or rather http://www.helmink.com/Antique_Map_Mercator_North_Pole_2/(external link)


    ↑112

    Page 224
    map of the world(external link)


    ↑113

    Page 226
    Antarctica almost touches South America(external link)
    Or rather http://www.sitesatlas.com/Maps/Maps/Antar-pol.gif(external link)


    ↑114

    Page 227
    St. Brendan(external link)
    Archbishop of Porto(external link)


    ↑115

    Page 227
    and so on(external link)


    ↑116

    Page 228
    Tim.114a(external link)
    Rather http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0180%3Atext%3DCriti.%3Asection%3D114a(external link)


    ↑117

    Page 228
    Aristotle and Strabo(external link)- Toscanelli’s map(external link)- J. Siebold, a well-known specialist(external link)


    ↑118

    Page 229
    map of Martellus of 1479(external link)
    monograph can be read here(external link)


    ↑119

    Page 230
    and so on(external link)


    ↑120

    Page 230
    map of Ptolemy(external link)


    ↑121

    Page 230
    map of Ptolemy(external link)
    map of Henricus Martellus of 1479(external link)
    map of Atlantis published in our site(external link)


    ↑122

    Page 316
    curve on the site just linked(external link)
    Heinrich Events(external link)
    graph here(external link)


    ↑123

    Page 316
    scientific article here(external link)


    ↑124

    Page 317
    research team(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)


    ↑125

    Page 317
    drumlins and scablands(external link)


    ↑126

    Page 318
    the end of the Pleistocene was attended by widespread mass extinctions(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    OR RATHER http://geocities.ws/aleph135/Storage/mammoths17.html(external link)


    ↑127

    Page 318
    Darwinian Evolution and Darwinian Geology are both Uniformitarian in nature(external link)
    Baron Cuvier(external link) Or rather, http://records.viu.ca/~johnstoi/cuvier/cuvier-e.htm(external link)
    Revised April 2009
    download in PDF(external link)
    Comte de Buffon(external link)
    William Buckland(external link)


    ↑128

    Page 318
    the basic requisite for a theory to be deemed scientific is that it be falsifiable(external link)
    Description can be seen here: http://www.freeonlineresearchpapers.com/karl-popper-falsification(external link) Or here: http://www.stephenjaygould.org/ctrl/popper_falsification.html#see(external link) Or see Wikipedia link:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falsifiability(external link)


    ↑129

    Page 319
    lemurs(external link)
    Lemuria(external link)


    ↑130

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    here(external link)
    Needs update: http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus:text:1999.01.0179&redirect=true#17105&layout.reflookup=*)atlanti/di&layout.reflang=greek&layout.refwordcount=1&layout.refabo=Perseus:abo:tlg(external link),0059,031


    ↑131

    Page 322
    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph?l=*%29wkeano%2Fs&la=greek”(external link) rel=”external nofollow”>Greek Dictionary of LSJ(external link)
    apsorroos(external link)
    Il.18.399(external link)
    Od.20.65(external link)
    thalassa(external link)
    pontos(external link)


    ↑132

    Page 322
    tên(external link)
    Eurôpên(external link)
    kai(external link)
    tên(external link)
    Asian(external link)
    kai(external link)
    tên(external link)
    Libuên(external link)
    nêsous(external link)
    einai(external link)
    has(external link)
    perirrein(external link)
    kuklôi(external link)
    ton(external link)
    Ôkeanon(external link)


    ↑133

    Page 323
    Theogony (117)(external link)
    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Hes.+Th.+117&fromdoc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.01.0130(external link)
    Or rather ???? http://perseus.uchicago.edu/perseus-cgi/citequery3.pl?dbname=GreekTexts&query=Hes.(external link) Theog. 110&getid=1
    hedos(external link)
    aiei(external link)
    Gai’(external link)
    eurusternos(external link)


    ↑134

    Page 323
    Perseus Project(external link)


    ↑135

    Page 324
    here(external link)
    here(external link)


    ↑136

    Page 324
    Pliny, Hist. Nat. 6:81-92(external link)
    Or rather http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/text?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.02.0137%3Abook%3D6%3Achapter%3D24(external link)
    here(external link)


    ↑137

    Page 324
    sangams(external link)


    ↑138

    Page 325
    Tamil Nadu(external link)


    ↑139

    Page 325
    or was it really the Aryans?(external link)


    ↑140

    Page 326
    Wayang Purwa Theater(external link)


    ↑141

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    site linked here(external link)


    ↑142

    Page 327
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)


    ↑143

    Page 328
    Pashupati (“Lord of Cattle”), one of the many titles of Shiva(external link)
    Or rather http://www.indiansaga.com/history/seals_indusvalley.html(external link)
    Krishna(external link)
    Balarama(external link)


    ↑144

    Page 329
    Ptolemy places Kattigara at 8.5°S 180°E(external link)


    ↑145

    Page 329
    Ptolemy’s coordinates place Kattigara precisely in the site of Indonesia(external link)


    ↑146

    Page 330
    the usual etymology “glory of Hera” (Grk. Hera-kleos) is sheer folly(external link)


    ↑147

    Page 330
    Ramayana’s fourth book, Kiskinda Kanda(external link)
    description of Pampa Lake in the Ramayana(external link)


    ↑148

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    Creep (or cold flow)(external link)
    See http://composite.about.com/library/glossary/c/bldef-c1149.htm(external link)


    ↑149

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    asthenosphere(external link)


    ↑150

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    excellent site here(external link)


    ↑151

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    my Atlantis site(external link)


    ↑152

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    H. N. 2:92(external link)
    6:36(external link)
    Columnae(external link)


    ↑153

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    contra(external link)
    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph?l=contra&la=la(external link)
    sinum(external link)
    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph?l=sinum&la=la(external link)
    cerne(external link)
    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph?l=cerne&la=la(external link)
    nominatur(external link)
    insula(external link)
    adversa(external link)
    contra(external link)
    adversus(external link)


    ↑154

    Page 239
    Dawn holding up the dead body of her son Memnon(external link)


    ↑155

    Page 243
    Sea Peoples(external link)


    ↑156

    Page 246
    Geogr. 1:2:24-28(external link)


    ↑157

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    Aithiopas(external link)
    toi(external link)
    dichtha(external link)
    dedaiatai(external link)
    eschatoi(external link)
    eschatoi(external link)
    hoi(external link)
    men(external link)
    dusomenou(external link)
    Huperionos(external link)
    hoi(external link)
    d’(external link)
    aniontos(external link)


    ↑158

    Page 246
    eschatoi(external link)
    andrôn(external link)
    Hist. 3.106(external link)


    ↑159

    Page 247
    Hist. 3:114(external link)
    Theog.731(external link)
    eschata(external link)
    gaiês(external link)
    Page 334
    Job 38:13(external link)
    37:3(external link)
    Psa 139:9(external link)


    ↑160

    Page 249
    the Ocean of Milk of Hindu traditions(external link)
    Page 335
    Commentary here(external link)


    ↑161

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    pouluboteira(external link)
    peirata(external link)
    gaiês(external link)
    en(external link)
    Makarôn(external link)
    Nêsoisi(external link)
    par’(external link)
    Ôkeanon(external link)
    bathudinên(external link)
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    Winged Disk(external link)


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    par(external link)
    d’(external link)
    isan(external link)
    Ôkeanou(external link)
    te(external link)
    rhoas(external link)
    kai(external link)
    Leukada(external link)
    petrên(external link)
    êde(external link)
    par’(external link)
    Êelioio(external link)
    pulas(external link)
    kai(external link)
    dêmon(external link)
    oneirôn(external link)
    êïsan(external link)
    Od. 24:12(external link)
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    proto-Shiva of Harappa(external link)
    Yamantaka(external link)
    Hathor(external link)

    ?163?

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    Dream Time of Australian traditions(external link)
    See rather: http://australianmuseum.net.au/movie/The-Two-Wise-Men-and-the-Seven-Sisters(external link) and: http://australianmuseum.net.au/movie/Creation-Story(external link) and see more here:http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/indigenous/dreamtime/(external link) and: http://dreamhawk.com/dream-encyclopedia/australian-aborigine-dream-beliefs/(external link)
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    Sea Peoples(external link)


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    the Lotus-Eaters’(external link)
    Or rather: http://www.bartleby.com/22/9.html(external link) or: http://www.bartleby.com/60/122.html(external link)
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    Some experts(external link)
    Others(external link)


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    Ops is the earth goddess(external link)
    Page 340
    Garuda, the eagle of Vishnu(external link)


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    Libr. 2:5:11(external link)
    Page 341
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)
    here(external link)


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    Theog. 215(external link)
    perên(external link)
    Page 341
    Nemean Ode 3:21(external link)
    abatan(external link)
    eschatas(external link)
    rhoas(external link)
    tenageôn(external link)


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    Hipp.742(external link)
    Page 342
    Isoc., Speech. and Lett.5:112(external link)
    10:67(external link)


    ↑169

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    Hippolytus (1053)(external link)
    peran(external link)
    ge(external link)
    pontou(external link)
    kai(external link)
    topôn(external link)
    Atlantikôn(external link)
    Page 343
    tropaiôs(external link)
    R. Jebb, Comm. on Soph. Ant., l. 141(external link)
    C. T. Lewis, sv. tropaeum(external link)
    LSJ sv. tropaion(external link)


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    computer simulation here(external link)
    Page 344
    flooding and submersion of Troy(external link)


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    Split Mountain(external link)
    Page 345
    Apollod. 2:6:4(external link)
    Ovid, Met. 11:194(external link)
    Hom. Il. 5.640-643(external link)


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    description of the Garden of Eden(external link)
    Page 345
    Ovid, Met. 11:194(external link)


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    Summa Theologica(external link)


    ↑174

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    Empyrean or Empyreum(external link)


    ↑175

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    Damascene(external link)


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    main objections refuted by Thomas Aquinas(external link)


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    NASA photo illustrated here(external link)

    This might be the new exact updated link for July 24th2001 (the one Prof. Santos was referring to) http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=1617(external link)
    and this one is the new photo that was taken on Nov 24th2006 http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=7157(external link)after the book was written.


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    Mt. Meru as the “Pillar of Heaven”(external link)
    Please see: Mount Meru – 17th Century art from Wikimedia Commons(external link)


    ↑179

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    Divine Comedy(external link)


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    proofs adduced by Nahamanides(external link)


    ↑181

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    an imperfect personification of a flaming volcano(external link)


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    Shamash emerging from the Mountain of Sunrise(external link)
    See: Shamash between Mashu’s Twin Peaks(external link)
    See definition of Shamash: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/sh-sir.htm(external link)


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    on their letters on this issue(external link)


    ↑184

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    The Navajo Indians call it sipapu(external link)


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    map of the proposed region(external link)


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    triremes(external link)
    Page 334
    zizit(external link)
    tallit(external link)
    arba’ kanfot(external link)


    ↑187

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    our Atlantis site(external link)
    quaint illustration here(external link)

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