Career Press, 2005 – 312 pages
Of the estimated 2,500 books and magazine articles published about the lost civilization, The Atlantis Encyclopedia stands alone.
Unlike other books on the subject, it offers fewer theories and more facts, with detailed data on geology, astronomy and oceanography. And numerous stories that have never been presented together in a single volume–the folk traditions of peoples around the world who have preserved memories of a Great Flood that destroyed an ancestral island of memorial splendor.
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