The Story of Atlantis (L)
The Story of Atlantis , by W. Scott-Elliot, drew on some of Ignatius Donnelly’s and Madame Blavatsky’s Theosophical material and added a touch of racism. Scott-Elliot claimed to have gained much of his information by astral clairvoyance from Theosophical Masters. Included in this literary fantasy is an account of flying machines in Atlantis, which somehow Plato missed. He dates the destruction of Atlantis to 9564 BC.
In 1904 Scott-Elliot produced another collection of waffle entitled The Lost Lemuria. The full text is available on-line at a number of sites(a).