By Colin Wilson, Rand Flem-Ath

ISBN-10: 0440508983

ISBN-13: 9780440508984

CAN ARCHAEOLOGY’S maximum MYSTERIES
BE TRACED again TO THE misplaced
CIVILIZATION OF ATLANTIS?

The nice Pyramid. Stonehenge. Machu Picchu. for hundreds of years, those and different sacred websites have attracted pilgrims, students, and adventurers drawn by means of the prospect that their precise non secular and technological secrets and techniques stay hidden. Who may have equipped those difficult monuments? How did they do it? And what have been their incomprehensible efforts and sacrifices designed to accomplish?

Now comes a innovative conception that connects those mysteries to bare a hidden international pattern--the old paintings of a complicated civilization whose warnings of planetary cataclysm now reverberate throughout 100 millennia. here's startling facts of an clever society courting again up to 100,000 years--one that sailed the oceans of the realm, development monuments to maintain and converse its impressive knowledge.

The Atlantis Blueprint is the authors’ time period for a posh community of connections among those sacred websites that hint again to Atlantis: a cosmopolitan maritime society that charted the globe from its domestic base in Antarctica...until it used to be obliterated by means of devastating international adjustments it expected yet couldn't break out. starting up a Pandora’s field of old mysteries, misplaced worlds, and millennial riddles, The Atlantis Blueprint is a narrative as debatable, attention-grabbing, dangerous--and inspiring--as any ever informed.

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CAN ARCHAEOLOGY’S maximum MYSTERIES
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CIVILIZATION OF ATLANTIS?

The nice Pyramid. Stonehenge. Machu Picchu. for hundreds of years, those and different sacred websites have attracted pilgrims, students, and adventurers drawn via the chance that their actual non secular and technological secrets and techniques stay hidden. Who can have equipped those difficult monuments? How did they do it? And what have been their incomprehensible efforts and sacrifices designed to accomplish?

Now comes a innovative concept that connects those mysteries to bare a hidden international pattern--the historic paintings of a complicated civilization whose warnings of planetary cataclysm now reverberate throughout 100 millennia. this is startling proof of an clever society relationship again up to 100,000 years--one that sailed the oceans of the realm, development monuments to maintain and speak its extraordinary knowledge.

The Atlantis Blueprint is the authors’ time period for a fancy community of connections among those sacred websites that hint again to Atlantis: a worldly maritime society that charted the globe from its domestic base in Antarctica. .. until eventually it used to be obliterated via devastating international adjustments it expected yet couldn't break out. starting up a Pandora’s field of historical mysteries, misplaced worlds, and millennial riddles, The Atlantis Blueprint is a narrative as arguable, interesting, dangerous--and inspiring--as any ever instructed.

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In a fine example of the application of the ‘island model’ she believed that unsullied peoples were only to be found ‘isolated on small Pacific islands, in dense African jungles or Asiatic wastes . ’ (Mead 1942: 10–11). As the limitations of functionalism became recognised, the island model was criticised and rejected in most anthropological circles (Kuklick 1996). Even so, in anthropology echoes of this earlier model 29 12:4 P1: KAE 0521853743c02 CUFX128/Rainbird 0 521 85374 5 printer: cupusbw May 26, 2007 THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ISLANDS can still be heard and Tamara Kohn (2002: 40) finds that recent island ethnographers, although they ‘often celebrate the movement and change within and beyond island boundaries’, do not always appear to recognise the need to fully unpack the traditions on which their work is based.

Examples illustrating this point come from New Guinea, where Highlanders have been taken to the shore either to be shocked by what was perceived as a wall of water in front of them, or a continuation of the sky or overwhelmed by saltiness of the sea (salt being a highly prized product inland) (Connolly and Anderson 1989; Gell 1995). Island communities often have stories of other people living inland. Even on much smaller islands than New Guinea, such as Pohnpei in Micronesia (330 km2 ), tales are told of small, malevolent beings living in the inland forests and mountains and the much larger Indonesian island of Flores (14,300 km2 ), where similar stories have perhaps been authenticated by excavations of remains of very small hominids given the classification of Homo floresiensis (Morwood et al.

Although clearly loaded with evolutionary assumptions and no longer supported by the evidence (see note and references in Rainbird 1999a), Held’s view, as we have seen, was one that is not atypical of perceptions of islands and islanders. Indeed, it is telling that in a conference abstract, Held (1990) said that islands were good for identifying the four processes of dispersal, survival, adaptation and extinction, with these linked to isolation and limitation being in Held’s mind the two key attributes of islands.

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