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The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria

by W. Scott-Elliot

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There is no limit really to the resources of astral clairvoyance investigations concerning the past history of the earth, whether we are concerned with the events that have befallen the human race in prehistoric epochs, or with the growth of the planet itself through geological periods which antedated the advent of man, or with more recent events, current narrations of which have been distorted by careless or perverse historians. The memory of Nature is infallibly accurate and inexhaustibly minute. A time will come as certain as the procession of the equinoxes when the literary method of historical research will be laid aside as out of date in the case of all original work. People among us who are capable of exercising pastoral clairvoyance in full perfection - but have not yet been called away to higher functions in connection with the promotion of human progress, of which ordinary humanity is present knows even less than in Indian ryot knows of cabinet counsels - are still very few.... Every fact stated in the present volume has been picked up bit by bit with watchful and attentive care, in the course of an investigation out which more than one qualified person has been engaged, in the intervals of other activity, for some years past. And to promote the success of their work they have been allowed access to some maps and other records physically preserved from the remote. Concerned - though in safer keeping than in that of the turbulent races occupied in Europe with the development of civilization in brief intervals of leisure from warfare, and hard-pressed by the fanaticism that so long treated science of sacrilegious during the middle ages of Europe. --- excerpts from book's Preface
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In this book inhabitants of Atlantis and Lemuria come alive--their hopes and fears, their achievements and sins. The submerged continents are described in graphic detail--their location, history, flora and fauna, human inhabitants, customs, science, religion, and contact with advanced teachers. The information comes from the writings of Plato, from the esoteric tradition as set forth in The Secret Doctrine of H.P. Blavatsky, and from the clairvoyant writings of C.W. Leadbeater, one of the most remarkable sensitives of modern times. The result is a modern expression of a timeless myth in which everyone now living has a role. Color maps are included in the book.

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This volume contains two publications by W. Scott-Elliot, namely The Story of Atlantis and The Lost Lemuria. A theosophist and believer of the Occult, W. Scott-Elliot reveals our the theories as never before! Have you ever wondered if the Atlantis was about a real thing? This audiobook looks at many facts, assumptions and theories and looks to draw a correlation between what is known, what is logical and what may be the truth that so many want to deny.… (more)

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