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The basis for Atlantis

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    C. Present﷓day Manifestations of Demons
    As far as we know, there has never been any other civilization of this kind (human) on earth . . . 97
    There are no signs whatever of an earlier, prehuman civilization, and from what we know of the evolutionary history of life on the planet, we can’t see which prehuman living species could possibly have supported such a civilization. 98
    As we have seen, all physical traces of the civilization of the demonic race were either obliterated or removed beyond our reach. Yet this race, being disembodied spirits, has a proclivity for again possessing physical bodies﷓, which has caused a constant contact with the human race throughout our history. This demonic race, at the direction of their leader Satan, has always endeavored to impart knowledge to us that is forbidden to us by God. This being the case, we should expect to find evidence of a racial myth, a legend, with the following characteristics:
    1. The legend is persistent, despite there being no cultural or archaeological evidence whatsoever to support it.
    2. This legendary race lived on a continent﷓island﷓city that was situated in the Atlantic Ocean and was destroyed by a violent, cataclysmic disaster, which caused a rapid, complete inundation by the ocean due to its sinking.
    Do we find evidence of such a persistent legend in the literature of our race?
    But to this day the tradition, as revived by Plato, has not died….
    An incomplete catalogue of the literature on Atlantis in 1926 included 1,700 titles. 99
    Has anyone reading this not heard of the legend of Atlantis?
    A Message for the Human Race


    Has anyone reading this not heard of the legend of Atlantis?

    Sure I’ve heard of the myth of Atlantis, but what you talking about, your words are rather vague?
    Though, if you want to discuss it, first you might start by defining which Atlantis are you talking about.
    Francis Bacon’s
    Ignatius Donnelly’s
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