By Ignatius Donnelly
Атлантида, мир до потопа — книга американского политика Игнатиуса Лойолы Доннелли, опубликованная в 1882 году. Доннелли считал сообщения Платона об Атлантиде описанием действительно существовавшей цивилизации, и пытался доказать, что все прочие древние цивилизации Земли произошли от атлантической. Книга стала чрезвычайно популярной (только к 1890 г. было предпринято 23 издания, а к 1949 г. — 50) и легла в основу суждений об Атлантиде в трудах Джеймса Чёрчварда, использовалась в рассуждениях об Атлантиде Е. П. Блаватской и Р. Штейнера. На рассуждения Доннелли об общности древних культур Старого и Нового света оказали влияние эксцентрические теории Ш. Э. Брассёр де Бурбура и О. Ле-Плонжона.
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We find it in the hands of Hindoo gods, and at the base of all the religious beliefs of antiquity. "Among the numerals the sacred three has ever been considered the mark of perfection, and was therefore exclusively ascribed to the Supreme Deity, or to its earthly representative - a king, emperor, or any sovereign. " (Dr. Arthur Schott, "Smith. ," 1869, p. " In the same manner the ten kingdoms of Atlantis are perpetuated in all the ancient traditions. "In the number given by the Bible for the Antediluvian patriarchs we have the first instance of a striking agreement with the traditions of various nations.
This scene," says Lyell ("Principles of Geology," p. " We give from Lyell's great work the following curious pictures of the appearance of the Fort of Sindree before and after the inundation. FORT OF SINDEE, ON THE EASTERN BRANCH OF THE INDUS, BEFORE IT WAS SUBMERGED BY THE EARTHQUAKE OF 1819. In April, 1815, one of the most frightful eruptions recorded in history occurred in the province of Tomboro, in the island of Sumbawa, about two hundred miles from the eastern extremity of Java. It lasted from April 5th to July of that year; but was most violent on the 11th and 12th of July.
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