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Archeology and Ancient Advanced Technology

This is a post which brings together 4 clips from YouTube which talk about different archeological searches for Atlantis.

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First, I need to point to two fellow bloggers and their part in this post.
First would be Debra Christi – her blog —> here <— started me looking at these clips. Her post also uses these. I want to concentrate on the archeology rather than the city itself.

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Second is Jmmcdowell whose post, located —> here <—, has done a great deal with her occupation and her writings to interest me in archeology.

The four clips are listed following this discussion.  They total about 45 minutes.  It is a fascinating program dealing with several different searches for the location of Atlantis.

The city was, supposedly, destroyed very suddenly at a fairly specific time in history.  It is chronicled, fairly well, by Plato and it is his writings which guide these searchers.  My fascination lies in the mixture of modern technology and old-style methods to locate and prove the existence of Atlantis.

I hope you will check out the four clips.  Drop me a comment telling me what you think and some of your ideas on both Atlantis and archeology in general.

If I could go back and start over, perhaps, this is an area I would have enjoyed getting into a bit more, fear of caves and underwater not withstanding. lol

Namaste,

Scott

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