WHY THE LOST LAND OF ATLANTIS WENT DOWN – IF WE DON’T CHANGE, COULD THE SAME THING HAPPEN TO US?

By reading this article, I wanted you to think about the factors Plato describes and how it related to the modern day human experience. Perhaps there are some lessons we can learn…

Advanced ancient civilizations are a big topic of interest among researchers, historians, archaeologists, and scientists. Every single year we are gifted with a mysterious find that has us questioning the origins of the human race and imagining the cultures which roamed the earth before us. We have found much evidence to suggest that there may have been civilizations in existence before us which were intellectually, and even technologically superior. That being said, this theory is still thought to be quite fantastical; despite all of the evidence which has been brought to light in recent years to support this notion, it is still largely ignored by the mainstream. If you are interested in looking at some of this evidence, a great place to start is with author Graham Hancock, in his book titled The Magicians of The Gods.

Before we begin, it’s important to mention that it seems  Atlantis was pretty advanced, here’s an interesting article from us written by Graham Hancock that also touched on Atlantis. Perhaps they were a civilization much more advanced than we are today? And perhaps this is the reason for the cover-up, if there was/is one. Imagine the implications of the admittance of an extremely advanced race that predated ancient Sumer, one full of technology that is superior to ours today.

At the end of the day, no matter how advanced a civilization becomes, the true mark of advancement is what that races uses that technology for. Will it become a cesspool of greed and corruption? Or will that race work together to continue exploring, advancing and discovering?  Will it be a race that respects each other and their planet? One that wants to cooperate and live in harmony?

I could go on and on, the point is, it’s the level of human consciousness that determines the direction of the human civilization, not what it knows how to do or build, but one that knows how to ‘feel’ what the right thing to do is. Selfishness, greed, ego, and fear would most certainly prevent any civilization from thriving.

Atlantis

If you start talking about the lost, ancient city of Atlantis, most people will probably think that you’re living in ‘la la’ land. Many people are unaware that this city has been seriously studied for hundreds of years. For example, we can see that it was a subject of significant importance for researchers at the Smithsonian Institution, as emphasized by their Annual Report of the Board of Regents of The Smithsonian Institution for the year ending June 30th, 1915.

 In the report, author M. Pierre Termeir, a member of the Academy of Sciences and Director of Service of the Geologic Chart of France, gives a lecture regarding the Atlantean civilization.  He makes a compelling case for further study of this lost city:

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