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    • Atlantis-THE LOST CITY BY AMANDEEP
    • contentPlato-storytellerPoseidon empireEarthy paradiseThe reasons of disappearWhere is atlantida? aliens ? Bimini road Spartel IslandMyth or reality?References 2
    • Plato-storyteller Plato was born in Athens in 427 - 428BC,and died peacefully in 347BC at around 80years of age. He was a respected Greekphilosopher, and a student of Socrates, theGrandfather of Western Philosophy. His mostfamous student was Aristotle. 3
    • Poseidon empire Poseidon Clieto Demeter EuropaAtlas the great gods divided the Cosmos When Eymelus Ampheres Arion Euphemusbetween them, Poseidon the Lord of the Oceantook possession of a chain of islands stretchingfrom Spain to central America. Poseidon named Atlantisthe islands and the surrounding Despoina honour ocean inof his son. 4
    • Poseidon empire The Atlanteans built a temple covered with goldand silver. 5
    • Earthy paradise Plato described it as an extraordinary Utopian society, thriving around 9,600 BC, which valued peace, art , enjoyed riches beyond that of any subsequent civilization. 6
    • Earthy paradise The land was said to have been very fertile, withabundant food, water, animals, wood and flowers. 7
    • The reasons of disappearance Some say that the island was buried in moltenlava. Another theory is that an asteroid hit the island. 8
    • The reasons ofdisappearance The most popular theory of the destruction of Atlantis are exactly what Plato described, earthquakes and 9
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    • Where is atlantida? the location of Atlantis is quite clearlydescribed by Plato, but researchers havenonetheless "found" Atlantis pretty mucheverywhere else. 11
    • Where is Atlanta? Plato describes Atlanta as a vast island-continentwest of the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by theAtlantic Ocean. ‘’The way to other islands and from these you might pass to the whole of the opposite continent’’ 12
    • Where is atlantida? Experts in many different fields ofresearch, not Atlantis experts, have statedthat they think there must have been a landmass connecting the continents togethersomehow. 14
    • Where is atlantida? Also, can it be mere coincidence that severalancient cultures seem to have spontaneouslyacquired certain knowledge and skills that werebeyond their level of development ? 15
    • aliens ? And a lot of people believe that the inhabitants ofAtlantis were in fact aliens. It is a possibility that theAtlanteans were the original pyramid builders. 16
    • Bimini road in 1968 the Bimini Road was discovered in lessthan 15 feet of water on the floor of the AtlanticOcean, at North Bimini Island in the Bahamas. Bermu da Miami Bimin i Puerto Rico 17
    • Bimini Road The most startling is that beneath the gigantic andstones, is another layer of stones, exactly the same. 18
    • Spartel Island On the opposite side of the AtlanticOcean from Bimini, another location is apossible candidate for the remains ofAtlantis. It is in the exact place that Platodescribed Atlantis to have existed. 19
    • Myth or reality? Did Plato write this as a moralistic story, or as atrue historical account? 12 Reality 8 Myth 4 13 8 9 Myth or Reality 0 20
    • References 21