Plato Was Not Only Other Ancient Historians Who Wrote About Atlantis Herodotus Diodorus Sicilus Sicily Atlas Mountains Center Atlantean Empire

People think that Plato just dreamed up the Atlantis story, name and all, but of course Plato recorded the story told to him by Critias and Timaeus, that story originally from the Egyptian priests at Sais told to the greek king Solon circa 600 b.c., yet the Atlantes people of the Atlas mountain region were known to Herodotus, who preceded Plato, so the Greeks knew about Atlantis before Plato told the story.

And that’s no surprise, for they had been navigating the oceans of the world since 2200 b.c., and after all, Atlas had always been the only name for those mountains of Morocco, the namesake of Atlantis, and such as the Berbers trace their roots to that kingdom, certainly not announced to them by the Egyptian priests at Sais!  See how those ancients navigated http://genesisveracityfoundation.com/earth-measure-geometry.

A short distance from Morocco is Sicily, home of Diodorus Sicilus who also wrote about the Atlantes of northwest Africa, no doubt having learned the name from those nearby Atlantes, and probably privy to what Herodotus and Plato had written as well, but still odd is that none of them pieced together that the flood of Ogyges of greek legend was also the flood of Atlantis, Ogyges who lived circa 1500 b.c., which explains the bronze age ships and weaponry of the Atlanteans.

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