ATLANTIS ANTEDILUVIAN WORLD IGNATIUS DONNELLY PDF

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For anyone, who is interested in the topic. Jan 11, Lauraley Dilgard rated it it was amazing. Not too sure about the banana theory, though. The Central American and Mexican Colonies.

The Aryan Colonies from Atlantis. Somewhat dated based upon the exploration of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, but modern science has yet to preclude the possibility of an ancient civilization.

Cover of the first edition. See 1 question about Atlantis…. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikisource.

Spiral from New Atlnatis. He was nominated f U. Be they history or be they drama is a question that remains unanswered to this very day. Ancient Irish Vase of the Bronze Age. Religious Emblem of the Bronze Age, Switzerland.

A great overview of 19th-century occult thought, with some startling insights. The Deluge Legends of other Nations The Portrait of a Politician Paperback ed. The research is all from the ‘s so I’m unable to say if all the quotes are accurate.

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When you think that the whole span of recorded history is about years and science now tells us that modern humans have existed forworod, it really makes you wonder what was going on for thoseyears for which we have no records.

The ginatius Mound, near Miamisburg, Ohio. Want to Read saving…. Although the theme does interest me, the writing is dull and is comprised of huge list of similarities between cultures, not even trying to explain them. The Central American and Mexican Colonies.

Atlantis: The Antediluvian World

The Aryan Colonies from Atlantis. Whole sections of the text were removed, while other passages containing questionable information were left intact with no mention or correction.

I do understand that much of the supposed facts this book is based on are now considered outdated, but even so, it is written ignatiua such a pseudo-scientifc manner that is utterly unbearable for anyone with some modern knowledge of geology, mythology and ancie I could merely bear this until page Copper Axe, Waterford, Ireland Much of his data has since been debunked, but much of it has not and would be a good read for someone interested in the Atlantais dlnnelly.

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Atlantis: The Antedeluvian World by Ignatius Donnelly

Open Preview See a Problem? Cross from Monuments of Palenque Interesting research about North-American mound builders and the role of copper in pre bronze-age civilization. Wikipedia articleCommons categoryWikidata item. Ancient Swiss Vase and Supporter. The book that launched the nineteenth century Atlantis craze. Negro Head, Vera Cruz. Donnelly’s, almost narrative style, is a wonderfully refreshing read. This being the 3rd Edition, contains numerous editorial notes, updated by Spence, for the most part it seems.

In a nutshell, the language is quite “old world”. He makes an interesting point specifically with regards to bananas in Afric and the Americas. Oct 13, Harvey Harper rated it liked it. He raises a lot of intriguing questions about the similarities between ancient human societies across the world which still have not been satisfactorily explained by modern science.

This book was written in The Purpose of the Book Terrifying, This was one of the most fascinating books I’ve ever read.

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