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Atlantis: Remembrance of Things Past

Grey, A. J.

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ISBN 10: 0595245811 / ISBN 13: 9780595245819
Published by Writer's Showcase, 2002
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Title: Atlantis: Remembrance of Things Past

Publisher: Writer's Showcase

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:As New

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Remnants of the lost continent of Atlantis have been found in the Caribbean off the island of Bimini. AtlantisRemembrance of Things Past opens with this archaeological find that causes the main character, Lea Sitnaltaa modern-day, mysterious, high-powered, female executive of the Archaeology Magazine, Sojourneto take a mysterious journey back into an ancient mystical, magical realm. The love story is set against the backdrop of war between Atlantis and Athensas described by Platoright before the Earth Changes and deluge occuras described by Caycethat destroy the continent of Atlantis. The novel contrasts the ancientcataclysm with the recurrent and fast approaching future tragedy of Earth Changes to this planet.

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The author, a New York city teacher, was educated in the Sciences and Fine Arts and holds a Masters in Education. She possesses eclectic interests and a fascination with history, philosophy, comparative religion, and archaeology. Familiar with Edgar Cayces Readingsshe has never questioned the existence of Atlantis!

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