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The home of the gods: Atlantis from legend to discovery

by Andrew Tomas

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Why did the Aztecs constantly await the visitations of supreme rulers from an island in the east? Why did the ancient Egyptians believe that their culture-bearer, Thoth, had come from a land in the Western Sea? Andrew Tomas, one of the world’s leading researchers into the phenomena of Ancient Science, contends that this land to the east of Mexico and to the west of Egypt was Plato’s Atlantis, called Aztlan by the Central Americans.
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