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ATLANTIS / NG

National Geographic and the Scientific Search for Atlantis

Localization and antiquity of the legendary Atlantis civilization from classical, egyptian, tartessian and chalcolitical sources.


GEORGEOS DÍAZ-MONTEXANO

Translation by Eva Molina

Scientific Atlantology International Society (SAIS)

Isologo design and illustrations, Monik Perz (2009-2016)

ISBN-13: 978-1539650782 / ISBN-10: 1539650782


CONTENTS

PROLOGUE………………………………………………………………………………………...................….10
PROLEGOMENA TO THE SCIENTIFIC HISTORY OF ATLANTIS………………………...14
ABOUT THE POSSIBLE EGYPTIAN SOURCES OF THE STORY OF ATLANTIS…………....21
ABOUT THE SEISMIC-TSUNAMI EVIDENCE AND THE  STORY OF ATLANTIS……….....67
INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………………………...63
EXPANSION OF MEGALITHISM AND BELL-BAKER CULTURE AND ATLANTIS PEOPLE ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….75
ATLANTIS ELEPHANTS AND THE OLDEST MEGALITHS IN THE WORLD ……...…..83
CORRECT CHRONOLOGY OF ATLANTIS…………………………………………………....91
EGYPTIAN MAPS OF THE AFTERLIFE AND THE AMENTI OR "THE REALM IN THE OCCIDENT"…………………………………………………………………………………….…...107
HANDWRITING TRADITION. COVER NOTE……………………………………………...107
MAPS OF THE AMENTI IN THE OCCIDENT WITH ITS GREAT ISLAND (ATLANTIS) OF OSIRIS-ONUPHIS AND ITS HAPPY FIELDS OF WETLANDS AND MARSHES………..110
THE ISLAND OF ATLAS IN EGYPTIAN TEXTS………………………………………………………………………………………………....125
BRIEF SUMMARY LIST OF THE MOST ANCIENT MAPS OF THE AFTERLIFE IN THE OCCIDENT, WITH ITS PARADISIACAL FIELDS OF OFFERINGS AND MARSHES FOR THE BLESSED AND THE "ISLANDS OF GODS"……………………………………………………135
Djehutyhotep sarcophagus (B5C)(Dinasty XII)…………………………………….…………
Sarcophagus of  General Sepi (B1C)………………………………………………...……..…..
Sarcophagus of Gua, Chief Physician  (Dinasty XII)……………………………….…………
Tcharudye(n) papyrus ………………………………………………………...……………….
Iuf-Anj papyrus  (P. Turin 1791 (Italy), Egyptian Museum)………………….………………
Tchascheret-en-Jonsu papyrus, Egyptian Museum, Turin (P. Turin 1837)…………………………………………………………………………………..………………
Ta-Kaschet/Ta-Ugesch papyrus (Egyptian Museum, Turin. P. Turin 1834)……………………………………
Tchjiabiat papyrus (Paris (Frankreich), Musée du Louvre. P. Paris Louvre E. 7716).....................................
Pescherin papyrus (P. Los Angeles 83.AI.46.2 (CA) (USA), The J. Paul Getty Museum)…………………
Tchawi papyrus(P. London BM EA 9902. London (Großbritannien), British Museum)..............................
Bebesi Papyrus (P. Berlin P. 186 / 64. Berlin (Deutschland), Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung).......... 
Papiro de Pajerjonsu (P. Turin 1832. Museo Egipcio de Turín).
Papiro de Tchjiabiat (Paris (Frankreich), Musée du Louvre. P. Paris Louvre E. 7716)

National Geographic and Georgeos Díaz-Montexano research about ATLANTIS….................................................... 173

Filming location guide in the iberian peninsula and the atlantic coast for national geographic documentary "atlantis discovered" ………………………………………….172
La Motilla de Azuer, Ciudad real, temple to the God of Waters?…………………….174
Afroasian or Atlantean origin of the name Azuer……………………………177
Marroquies bajos (jaen) a concentric circles and channelled city ……………..180
          A atlantean urbanistical tradition?….................……………………………………….....180
rock shelter in the ravine called barranco del toril or de la tinaja…………...194
        A rupestrian sanctuary with symbols about Atlantis tradition and the    
             cult of a deity of the waters………………………………………………………………....194
             The name of Atlantis island at the rock shelter in the Barranco del
             Toril?...............................................................…………………………………………..….201
       THE SYMBOL OF ATLANTIS CAPITAL AND THE GOD SCHU-ATLAS IN THE  
       SHIELDS OF THE WARRIORS STELAE FROM THE SOUTHWEST OF IBERIA?.…...209
             Evidence in favor of the hypothesis about the representation of the
             symbol of Atlantis' concentric rings metropolis in some shields
             belonging to the Southwestern warriors' steles of
            Iberia………………………………………………………………………………………..209
             Evidence at "Yuntilla Alta", Cabeza de Buey, Badajoz……………………………………223
            The god Schu-Atlas in steles of Southwestern warriors…………………………….…...…228
      LA LAJA ALTA CAVE, JIMENA DE LA FRONTERA, CADIZ………………..…………240
            The world most ancient ships and a written message about the
            sinking of an island…………………………………………………………………..……..240
            The Pre-Tartessian god Poseidon in Laja Alta Cave………………………………………..250
Petroglyphs of Campanario, Badajoz…………………………………………………...261
Is it the oldest location of Atlantis in the Occidental world?
A tartessian map of Atlantis?……………………………………………………………….261
What multispectral imaging revealed……………………………………………………….271
Possible rupestrian map of Campanario and the ancient cartographic tradition.     …………..275
Atlantis ruins and artefacts under the waters of the gulf of cadiz and the atlantic ocean?………………………………………………………………………………………….286
From the strait of gibraltar and the coasts of cadiz and huelva to the submerged islands to the north of Madeira islands……………………………………………….286
Site n. 2...…………………………………………………………………………………….291
Site n. 3……………………………………………………………………………………...293
Site n. 4……………………………………………………………………………………...295
Site n. 5……………………………………………………………………………………...303
Site n. 7……………………………………………………………………………………...309
Site n. 8……………………………………………………………………………………...317
Recent marine geological studies might contribute to the final  deciphering of Atlantis…….317
Atlantic pyramids?………………………………………………………………………...….321
Epilogue…………………………………………………………………………………..…..328
documented bibliography…………………………………………………………..........….332



“Atlantis is not an allegory”

Marsilius Ficinus,  founder and director of the Platonic Academy of Florence; First great translator of Plato’s works.


“…It appears as a presentation of the Atlantic true history, not a fiction one. Firstly, because where Plato feigns something he usually calls it fable. Here, he dares to refer to it as History. He assures the same thing in The Timaeus, calling it wonderful history, but all true. In addition, in both parts, he claims that his progenitors and relatives were  those whom he learned it from. Critias was told by his grandfather Critias, who had conveyed it from Solon, his uncle, who had left it in writing, who in turn had been told by Egyptian priests. Furthermore, Proclus quotes Marcellus Ethiopian History, where this Story is clearly evidenced, placed amongst Ethiopian events. But even though none of the Platonists deny it to be true, however, Porphyry, Proclus and Origen (the Pagan) before them want to think there is some physical allegory upon its content. It is my judgment therefore that Plato demeaned them, making mockery of them if they tried to turn each content of this book into Allegory. Because I read he made fun of that literary device that is called allegory at the beginning of The Phaedrus, through the character of Socrates…” (Marsilius Ficinus Prologue of Critias. Dialogue or the Atlantic, 1484).







ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

To my parents and brothers, to my loyal friends and devoted readers, for the support and cooperation they have so generously provided, my deepest gratitude to Lcda. Genny De Bernardo and Professor Rodolfo Morales, to the doctors Cesar Guarde-paz, President of the Scientific Atlantology International Society (SAIS) and Antonio Morillas (Honorary member of SAIS), to the explorer and Petroglyph expert, Pablo Novoa Alvarez (Honorary member of SAIS), to the historian Miguel Galindo del Pozo (Vice President of SAIS), and special thanks to Monik Perz, Lorena Benítez Márquez, Estela Pérez Ruiz, Manuel Ochando, Caroline Biolay, Monserrat María, Juan Manuel Escudero and all team of divers and scientific advisers from National Geographic, also to Simcha Jacobovici, Richard Freund, Yaron Niski, Felix Golubev, and James F. Cameron for appreciating the accuracy, consistency and plausibility of my research, also for recognizing my work for more than 20 years, and for giving me the opportunity that it had been denied to me hitherto even by my own fellows and compatriots.


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