The mockers of Plato’s atlantis story, gloating that there really is no submerged continent in the Atlantic, are but obfuscating in their failure to admit that Plato wrote that the atlantean empire extended inside the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) as far as Libya and Italy, and outside too, just how far he did not directly say, but Cadiz was named after Gades, a brother of Atlas and son of Sidon (Posidon) in Plato’s history, and the ancient name of Lisbon was Olisippo, clearly named after Elasippo, another brother of Atlas, so it’s time to educate about Atlantis, her rich mining district the Sierra Morenas of southern Spain, the mining mountains to the north of the atlantean plain in Plato’s story.
Much ado has certainly been made recently by National Geogrpahic about the submerged bronze age ruins in the shallow estuary of Dodana Park west of Cadiz, but what of the ruins submerged off Cadiz, some visible from the causeways there, why are these ruins never discussed? And what of the ruins reported submerged thirty miles offshore due south from Cadiz, and off Zahara de los Atunes beach, and off Tarifa too? These all prove that the civilization which built those structures was destroyed by the sea level rise with the end of the ice age, rendering Plato’s date highly suspicious, the bronze age navigation and building in his story comporting with the ice age’s end really circa 1500 b.c. Read more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.