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The View over Atlantis

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The legends of Atlantis refer to the great scientific achievements of the lost world, in particular to the former use of a mysterious form of natural energy by which the prehistoric civilisation was sustained. Recent (book published 1969) discoveries about the past have given us a clue to the nature of this force and of the sublime philosophy inherent in its use.

We all live within the ruins of an ancient structure of an ancient structure, whose vast size has hitherto rendered it invisible. The entire surface of the earth is marked with the traces of a gigantic work of prehistoric engineering, the remains of a once universal system of natural magic, involving the use of polar magnetism together with another positive force related to solar energy.

The View over Atlantis contains the evidence to support these conclusions. Within recent years the discoveries of scientists and archaeologists have confirmed the earlier insights of mystics and time travellers into the meaning of the great monuments of antiquity, whose former purpose as instruments of of a prehistoric natural science is now becoming apparent.

There is slight shelf wear to the cover of the book. There is a little foxing to the edge of the pages. Otherwise, the pages are clean and the binding is tight.

Item details

Added value:
First Edition
Author(s):
Michell, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First, 1969
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
218
Publisher:
Sago Press
Title:
The View over Atlantis

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The legends of Atlantis refer to the great scientific achievements of the lost world, in particular to the former use of a mysterious form of natural energy by which the prehistoric civilisation was sustained. Recent (book published 1969) discoveries about the past have given us a clue to the nature of this force and of the sublime philosophy inherent in its use.

We all live within the ruins of an ancient structure of an ancient structure, whose vast size has hitherto rendered it invisible. The entire surface of the earth is marked with the traces of a gigantic work of prehistoric engineering, the remains of a once universal system of natural magic, involving the use of polar magnetism together with another positive force related to solar energy.

The View over Atlantis contains the evidence to support these conclusions. Within recent years the discoveries of scientists and archaeologists have confirmed the earlier insights of mystics and time travellers into the meaning of the great monuments of antiquity, whose former purpose as instruments of of a prehistoric natural science is now becoming apparent.

There is slight shelf wear to the cover of the book. There is a little foxing to the edge of the pages. Otherwise, the pages are clean and the binding is tight.

Added value:
First Edition
Author(s):
Michell, John
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First, 1969
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
218
Publisher:
Sago Press
Title:
The View over Atlantis

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