From Dieter Groben – Tour Operator https://www.groben-turismo.com/en/atlantis-en.html (link broken Nov. 2019)
Since the British private investigator Jim M. Allen has been published his three books about the topic “Atlantis in Bolivia?” the discussion which are less known in Europe didn’t downsize. There are some reasons for the adventurous assumption. Travel with us at this mysterious site which isn’t a great distance of the “Salar de Uyuni” (the salt desert of Uyuni) and we will convey to you the analogies between Plato’s descriptions in his dialogues and the conditions at the site (Plato was a Greek philosopher who lived from 428 BC to 348 BC).Where really once situated the capital of Atlantis named “Poseidonis” on the Bolivian Altiplano? The very panoramic view from the central hill of the formation with its three partial rings in question is breathtaking: In the direction of northeast spreads the Lake Poopo with its shallow waters glittering in the sun, and if you turn your eyes to the South the majestic Tunupa Volcano appears shortly before the horizon which marks the northern end of the Salar de Uyuni, the greatest salt desert of the world…
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According to some Bolivian authors and investigators not only Altantis described by Plato is situated in present-day Bolivia but also shall be the smallholding of the biblical Garden of Eden or the Celestial Jerusalem described in the Apocalypse of Saint John, las book of the Bible. Till February 2015 I have believed that I would have been about an exaggerated theory but when I read the book of the Bolivian author Patricio Gonzales Yaksic titled “The Code of Eden” I changed my mind so that we decided to dedicate this subject an own rubric. We delve into the sacred geometry which covers Bolivia like an invisible web of hidden messages and we visit some sites which form the main points of the “Chakana”, the Andean Cross, heart of the Garden of Eden which extend over the frontiers of Bolivia.
Did you know that, for example, Machu Picchu is part of this gigantic geometrical construction, as well as the “Candelabra of Paracas” on the shore of the Peruvian coast which cultural attribution and interpretation still cause problems? Further clues appear, for example with regard to our planet, namely its sphericity, circumference as well as historical constructions all over the world like Ankor Wat in Cambodia.
A new module in this context will be a trip to the department of Beni in the northeast of Bolivia as from 2016 where can be found strange constructions like artificial lagoons, a web of dead straight lines of various kilometers of length artificial hills. Is there perhaps a cultural connection with Nasca in Peru? Close…