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Original documents from the Atlantean era

A number of documents written by authors of the Atlantean era were reproduced in my source, and I show some of these below. More will be added in due course. It should be noted that these were of course originally written in Atlantean, or occasionally another of the languages of the Great Continent. Many of these were translated into English in the original document, and both versions were shown next to each other. In this Internet version I have concentrated on the English translations, and have only occasionally reproduced some or all of the original language.

The shores of Atlantis

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Immolation of the Squires
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