Skip to comments.Unknown metal ingots on shipwreck offer hint that Atlantis might be real
Posted on 01/10/2015 12:01:29 PM PST by the scotsman
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It was apparently near Cadiz, Spain; and destroyed by an earthquake. Just an ordinary city, nothing “earth-shaking” about it (no pun intended), which was a major trade center, but which was destroyed almost immediately when it was flattened by a quake.
If so, it’s possible that this city traded with the fabled Atlantis.
Don, I appreciate your information and hope you will continue to correct misinformation.
Even I who has absolutely no metal engineering experience, raised my eyebrows at the description of a “red ore.”
Re the discussion about how long Atlantis and/or Plato existed. To quote Whats her face Hillary, “What difference does it make?” Plato lived a long long time ago.
This point should be a mandatory statement before, during and after any broadcast on any media!
My guess; Atlantis went under during the total continental shifting that took place during the Noahic Flood.
The stuff is brass. Nothing to get excited about.
FWIW Bob Lazar claimed that element 115 is red, and powered the UFOs he studied.
When the city of Atlantis stood serene above the sea,
Long time before our time when the world was free,
Those were the days.
Golden cymbals flying on ocarina sounds,
Before wild Medusa's serpents gave birth to hell
Disguised as heaven.
It is just brass.
"...'Nothing similar has ever been found. We knew orichalcum from ancient texts...."
There is a mineral called Aurichalcite, well known to the ancients that is a natural brass ore: It is direct smelting, needs no fluxes or additives, and outputs brass.
It flipped over... Guam is next.
I buy and sell tritanium every day, in the markets in EVE Online.
I guess worshipping the god of the sea didn’t help them much.
Cant hear this great tune without thinking of Billy Batts getting kicked to death. LOL.
Dude that found it says 6th century
Shipwreck looks like a futuristic sports car, possibly made of stainless steel
Err...wait that is the Atlantis Resorts in the Bahamas.
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