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Atlantis and 2012 | a review

'A New Life in the Sea' by Michael LombardiFrank Joseph’s ‘Atlantis and 2012’ takes us on a deepened journey into Atlantean theory as it applies to the 2012 controversy. Much of the discussion builds on the Cayce readings, though ties in historical and archaeological evidence from early civilization, namely the Maya though also Native North American and other relatively advanced early cultures. The book emphasizes that a common ideologies are present throughout all known early civilization – and this stems from the Lost City.

I’ve been particularly taken with Atlantean theory recently, and this read helped to take my investigation to a much deeper level. Joseph’s research on the subject appears thorough and is well referenced, yet an easy and enjoyable read for the masses.

Atlantis and 2012: The Science of the Lost Civilization and the Prophecies of the MayaJoseph leaves the question of the Maya calender and the end of time looming in the background of the Atlantean controversy – as there is indeed aarchaeological, astronomical, astrological, and geological evidence indicating that we are approaching the end of a ‘cycle’ of many sorts and about to start a new age. The specifics of this new time is yet to be determined, and widely open to interpretation.


What is indisputable is that we have many things to think about in today’s world and in digging ever deeper into how we got here, the root cause of our many downfalls, and the potential solutions, can all be found with Atlantis.

This one is a keeper in my library, and I’m eager to continue reading Frank Joseph’s work on the subject.

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