We have seen the many archeologists, spending all of their money on diving equipment, even up to submarines. To do what? To search for a lost island off the coast of Gibraltar that was never there. If a submarine was not enough, satellite photographs were brought in to convince the public that those concentric figures in the Donana Nacional Park in Andalusia “could be” Atlantis. National Geographic was invited, Dscovery Channel was angry because they wanted to be the first.
But west of Gibraltar was the Greek underworld, a mix of tha Tartaros and a false expression of an afterlife. No one of these researchers had ever counted to “5” to understand what they were actually looking for. It sounds as if a splendid palace was build but the builders had forgotten to take away the crane.
Just think a minute before you do, my father said often to me.
What if all these researchers with their expensive equipment had known about the principle of the aionian times in the Bible, for example, Ephesians 3:9, 11, often wrongly translated with eternity. Then, they should have known that Atlantis was staged into 3 evil aions. Which means simply that Atlantis is a theological rather than an archeological issue.
Goodbye expensive submarine!