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Joining The Dots

I have now published my new book, Joining The Dots, which offers a fresh look at the Atlantis mystery. I have addressed the critical questions of when, where and who, using Plato's own words, tempered with some critical thinking and a modicum of common sense.


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Ogygia

Ogygia is accepted by some as an island in the Mediterranean that was destroyed by ...  3rd century BC,  identified the Maltese archipelago as Ogygia. Others have more specifically named the Maltese island of Gozo as Ogygia. Anton Mifsud has pointed out[209] that Herodotus, Hesiod and Diodorus ...

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...  for days until he reaches the island of Calypso, named Ogygia. This island was in the “middle” of the sea, leading some to believe ...  the Atlantic. Plutarch agreed and was more specific saying Ogygia was five days sail west of Britain. Ulysses was imprisoned here for ...

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...  for nine days.” On the tenth he came to the island of Ogygia. There dwells Calypso the goddess both terrible and beautiful. There, ...  for their upbringing. Finally Ulysses is freed. Where was Ogygia? Seventy-five percent of the early inscriptions called Ogam are found in ...

Archive 3276

...  for days until he reaches the island of Calypso, named Ogygia. This island was in the “middle” of the sea, leading some to believe ...  the Atlantic. Plutarch agreed and was more specific saying Ogygia was five days sail west of Britain. Ulysses was imprisoned here for ...

Archive 3439

...  2005 – #53 John Chambers Atlantis on Ogygia? — Was Newton Right? The Great Scientist Did Not Keep His Thoughts on ...  inhabitants of Gozo claim that their island is Ogygia, home of Calypso, the sea nymph who, as Homer tells us in the Odyssey, ...  even more remarkable: Some believe that Gozo, a.k.a, Ogygia, is a remnant of the sunken continent of Atlantis. In 1997, the ...

Archive 3329

...  for nine days.” On the tenth he came to the island of Ogygia. There dwells Calypso the goddess both terrible and beautiful. There, ...  for their upbringing. Finally Ulysses is freed. Where was Ogygia? Seventy-five percent of the early inscriptions called Ogam are found in ...

Archive 2482

...  clue comes from Plutarch, who wrote that the island of Ogygia, mentioned in the Odyssey, was situated “five days sail from Britain, ...  of seabirds is said to fly around Calypso’s Cave on Ogygia and the North Sea and its islands are far better known for their large ...

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...  Joining the Dots (Kindle, 2018) Roderic O’Flaherty [495] Ogygia (Everingham, London, 1685) ^Available online: http://archive.org/stream/ogygiaorchronolo02oflaiala/ogygiaorchronolo02oflaiala_djvu.txt William Ogle [1317] The Parts of Animals ...