The Ancient Atlantic
The Ancient Atlantic by attorney and archaeologist Lucile Taylor Hansen, gathered similar information from the Caribs of Central America, which she discloses in this book. The Caribs remember a large group that sailed to the west from their island home of Atlantis about 28,000 B.C. The entourage consisted of seven extensive families, enough to fill ships for seven fleets. When the refugees finally found an island for their settlement they called it Caraiba. The Carib legends refer to Atlantis as “the old, red land” in the sunrise sea, now covered by water. This is reminiscent of the Toltecs, predecessors of the Aztecs, who also referred to their ancestral homeland as the ‘old red land’.