‘Atlantis,’ Solon and Plato for Frost by Daniel Peter Buckley Free E-book Offer June 24th and 25th   

Explore the truth behind the Atlantis legend seen through the eyes of those responsible for its transmission in history. Solon one of the Seven Sages of Greece and lawmaker of Athens discovered the Atlantis legend during his travels to discover the perfect state.Studying in Sais, Egypt under the sacred library priest scribes of the deity Neith, Solon was informed about the ancient past world and island empire of Atlantis.

His own city Athens was mentioned in the legend and history of Atlantis the city-state that once ruled the ancient world and seas.

Solon preserved the Atlantis legend within his writing and a poem he produced to promote the tale was inherited by one of Plato’s ancestors and handed down to the philosopher who produced his own unique work on ATLANTIS in the Timaeus and Critias.

K T Frost inspired by the excavations on Crete such as Knossos later associated the Atlantis legend and island empire with the Minoan world in his work and paper

THE LOST CONTINENT published in theLondon Times Feb 19th, 1909.

Today the Atlantis legend continues to inspire weaving its timeless magic on new generations of readers and scholars around the world.

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