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Publisher's Summary

This examination of Atlantis shows the congruency between mythological accounts across the globe. The legends, folklore, mythology, religion of all cultures reference very similar fantastical events on lost ancient empires, extraterrestrials, giants, dwarves, supernatural beings, and many things hidden and secret. This book aims to present the tangible evidence for these myths.

©2018 Frederick Dodson (P)2018 Frederick Dodson

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nicely done!

very informative, the goddess and the archer story in the beginning is somthing I would have never come across on my own and am glad I listened to it. nicely done. cant wait to start the 2nd book.

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hmmm.

That was a wild ride. At times it is like listening to nonsense, but there are some insites that I can agree with.

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Good compilation

Great compilation of records as well as synthesis and a healthy does of humility. Narration was a bit too fast.

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started 2x could not finish...

I share most of your opinions Fred, but I'm really not interested in your incessant arguments as to why others' opinions are flawed. I'm interested in new evidence, if you have any. If you do add anything new, and you saved it for later chapters, it was wasted on me 'cuz I could not take any more after chapter 2 or 3...

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Alice ain't got nothing

What a trip down momory lane! Frederick Dodson tells all in this testament of times.

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Great!

Need pictures, diagrams and maps.
I did enjoy the audiobook.
Informative, fact filled with a lot of good news.

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Not in your Curriculum?

oh bummer...did you forget to check the Ancient Atlantis History class?

no worries...plz don't spend energy in blaming others for suppressed knowledge and fear worship. your perceived enemies, may be your guides.

instead of learning about truths and the obvious and easy revenge agenda, let's focus the little time we have on instant acknowledgement and action for love and truth.

no time for war and revenge. we are bigger than that! we must see it and say ok and love. no fear and no hate. grow up and they fade away and universe loves.

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Does what the summary promises

Possibly the most important point, I enjoyed the author much more than the narrator. I agree with other reviews it was a struggle listening to multiple mispronunciations and he went a bit too fast. It was also difficult sitting through quite lengthy lists of evidence or places. (not narrator’s fault.) I realize these were listed for a purpose, but it was a bit of overkill and would perhaps work better cited in a footnote. (Which works how in Audible?) I found the story did not flow well at times, but this was minimal. Overall, I’m very glad I took a chance on this well researched book. I thought the author presented fresh ideas and drew connections where I haven’t previously known any to be drawn. Interesting material for those with open minds.

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insightful!

I'm sure it has some inaccurate info...mostly because no one could know all of this. but it does seem to make a lot of sense his hypothesis...and I do belief the crux of this book is correct. once you accept that then it will change your complete perception of reality!!! incredible!

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Good info

Narrator could learn to pronounce more of the words he's reading. Otherwise, good information. Good research.