Location of the Lost Island of Atlantis Finally Revealed in New Book

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Author Skender Hushi maps out the true whereabouts of a city housing an advanced civilization; an island which was once larger than Libya and Asia combined.

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In one of his late dialogues, “Timaeus,” Plato wrote about an island which was larger than Libya and Asia combined; an island where it was possible for travelers of that time to effortlessly travel to many different islands, and across whole continents. In his newly published book, titled I Have Discovered Atlantide!, author Skender Hushi talks about this island that many claim to be lost (but not yet forgotten). This island houses the famed lost city of Atlantis.

For Hushi, it all began with his curiosity about the translated scripts of the “zmeraldi” plates of Thoti, the last king of Atlantide. As readers make their way further into the pages of I Have Discovered Atlantide!, they will come across Hushi’s well-substantiated and insightful take on the true location of the lost island supposedly housing an advanced civilization—with its myths, history, culture and heritage. Compelling images to support his claims are also interpolated throughout the pages.

“In the XII plate, Thoti says that when humanity will stop the wars between brothers, it will come out from the water, the great Atlantide will live in peace in the Light era,” writes Hushi in the last few pages of Atlantide. This Light era is what the Mayans believed to be the next epoch following the world’s supposed demise on December 21, 2012, the Mayan doomsday.

The contents of I Have Discovered Atlantide! is at once both fascinating and invaluable. Readers will most likely find the book an absorbing and illuminating read.

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I Have Discovered Atlantide!* by Skender Hushi
Publication Date: February 19, 2013
Picture Book; $31.99; 56 pages; 978-1-4771-2575-5
Picture Book Hardcover; $41.99; 56 pages; 978-1-4771-2576-2
E-Book; $3.99; 978-1-4771-2577-9

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