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Introduction: Atlantis Madness
I: "In a Single Day and Night": A Recreation
II: Where Is Atlantis?
III: The Queen of Legends
IV: The Fire from Heaven
V: How Was Atlantis Destroyed?
VI: When Was Atlantis Destroyed?
VII: Life in Atlantis
VIII: The Discovery of Atlantis
IX: The Atlantis Story Told in One Sitting
Epilogue: The Atlanteans Ourselves
A journalist and researcher, Frank Joseph is the editor in chief of Ancient American magazine and the author of The Lost Treasure of King Juba and Synchronicity and You. He lives in Colfax, Wisconsin.
"A valuable addition to the study of lost civilizations and ancient
maritime exploration. Essential reading for all true
Atlantologists." * Andrew Collins, author of From the Ashes of
Angels and Gateway to Atlantis *
"Intrepid globetrotter, researcher, and writer extraordinaire, Frank Joseph takes the reader on a tour in search of Atlantis. Enjoy with him the alchemical thrill of transforming dramatic legend into historical reality and experience his passion and dedication as he unravels this age-old story. Definitely a can't-put-downer and must-read book for the enthusiast of ancient mysteries." * Robert G. Bauval, author of The Orion Mystery and Message of the Sphinx *
"Like a hot new detective story surrounded by dusty tomes, The Destruction of Atlantis shines brightly amid the dim and dull fare from the cloistered towers of academe and elsewhere." * J. Douglas Kenyon, editor, Atlantis Rising magazine *
"'Where will it all end?' people wonder. For the answer, let them look to Atlantis. On a scale of one to ten, I give this book a 9.95. This book should be a standard-issue text in all high school and college history courses. It will stand the test of time." * Dr. Robert R. Hieronimus, Host of 21st-Century Radio, author of Founding Fathers, Secret Societies *
"The Destruction of Atlantis is an extensively researched volume that takes on the reality of Atlantis in a conservative and well-reasoned approach. It deserves to be part of every Atlantis library." * David Hatcher Childress, author of Atlantis & the Power System of the Gods and the Lost Cities serie *
"I found it compelling, just off-beat enough to be catching to the imagination." * The Courier~Gazette, May 2004 *