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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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Kiritsis, Paul (L)

Paul Kiritsis (1979- ) is an Australian of Greek extraction. He is a poet and paul kiritsisesotericist with an interest in religion, mythology and occultism. He is a member of the Rosicrusian  group AMORC and of the Greek Australian Cultural League. His website(a) covers a range of subjects including  a two-part article(b)(c) on Atlantis. In it he frequently refers to the Minoan Hypothesis but concludes that “the plausibility of the aforementioned (Minoan) theory holds up only if we reject Plato’s account as a mistaken or wild embellishment of historical truth and as a worthless theory which must continuously shun evidence to stay alive”. Kiritsis thinks the Atlantis story was just a morality tale.

 

(a) http://www.paulkiritsis.net/

(b) http://www.paulkiritsis.net/_blog/Down_The_Rabbit_Hole/post/Plato%27s_Atlantis_Fact_or_Fiction_Part_One/

(c) http://www.paulkiritsis.net/_blog/Down_The_Rabbit_Hole/post/Plato%27s_Atlantis_Fact_or_Fiction_Part_two/