Would you like to see an epic hollywood blockbuster movie about Plato’s Atlantis and her legendary sea kings Posidon and Atlas, the flick complete with computer graphics to animate the scenery of ice age times in the Gibraltar region where Atlantis was based, of course with great actors playing the leading roles? This screenplay idea would surely be a smash hit, but will Hollywood catch the vision? If you read carefully Plato’s Atlantis (in his Critias and Timaeus), you’ll see that the atlantean empire extended inside the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar) all the way to Libya and Italy (Tyrhenian Sea), and outside Gibraltar into the Atlantic (named for Atlas), the mineral rich Sierra Morena and Nevada mountains of southern Spain which were the mountains to the north of the city of Atlantis (now submerged about 30 miles south of Cadiz) in Plato’s story.
Underwater megalithic ruins (see section Submerged Ruins Atlantis at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com) bear stark testimony to that vast empire from the days of the ice age, with her demise then the historical “Sea Peoples” having invaded the eastern Mediterranean by sea at the time of the Exodus of the hebrews out of Egypt, when the sea level risen because of the end of the ice age and catastrophic climate change had turned the world upside-down. What great fodder for a blockbuster movie, demonstrating that the drought and anarchy which struck Egypt confirmed in the egyptian Ipuwer Papyrus makes the history in the books of Exodus and Genesis come alive, in their proper climatological and chronological context proven as you investigate further.
Harvey Weiss, ancient climatology and archaeology expert at Yale, could be a scientific consultant on the flick, confirming that much of the world did indeed turn to desert at the time of the Exodus, when too the sea level was rising about three feet per year for about a century spelling the end of Atlantis and the other oceanport empires of the bronze age world including the majestic egyptian port city of Menouthis/Mneseus, who was a brother of Atlas, and probably was the legendary king Menes, the uniter of lower and upper Egypt in old kingdom times, clearly as the evidence indicates, during the ice age. See any movie-making in all this? I hope you lobby your favorite hollywood producers to get this thing done! The science and archaeology are clearly supportive of such an effort for this epic drama opportunity, but who will capitalize?