rational explanation of a myth?
his last book Sylvain Tristan upholds a new theory: Atlantis would
have been the very first European empire, nearly seven millennia
modern European Union.
get him wrong – of course the term empire should not be
understood in its modern sense. The Megalithic empire was probably
not conquered with wars waged by a megalomaniac ruler. It rather
looks like a people managing to spread its ideas and knowledge
throughout the coastline of Europe, on its islands – big ones
and small ones alike and in some cases inland.
on a detailed study of the myth told by Plato and also other Greek
authors such as Diodorus Siculus, combined with an analysis of Nordic
mythology, Tristan traced a badly-known civilisation and yet
perfectly historical, that of the Megalithic people – talented
people able to sail round the globe and raise huge stones who were
also fine astronomers and accomplished geometricians. Incredibly
enough, there is little doubt they influenced other civilisations far
of sages coming from the sea heard nearly worldwide, remains or
engravings of high-prowed boats found from Lake Titicaca in the Andes
to Egypt through Scandinavia, great civilisations that, be it in
Mesopotamia, Greece or Central America, have risen on the course of
meridians and parallels of a clever 366-degree geometry
everything shows the Megalithic civilisation not only thrived on the
European continent for several millennia, but also that it influenced
other civilisations considerably and sowed the seeds of the modern
this very first confederation truly exist in the remote past well
before Homer ? Can the island of Atlantis be rationally
explained through a real archaeological event somewhere in Europe
attested by scientists? And who, probably in the Middle East, was
clever enough to devise this incredible 366-degree geometry that
could reconcile the concepts of time and space by unifying them?
the first time, a book gives satisfying answers to these questions.
Far from the absurd, fantastic and far-fetched theories, the myth of
Atlantis finds both a logical and rational explanation, while
revealing secrets even more incredible than Plato, in his thirst for
exaggerations of all kinds, was far from imagining.
Tristan tries to tie up diversified archaeological data about
Atlantis so as to demonstrate its existence and the consequences this
continent might have had on civilisations worldwide that emerged
amazing demonstration” Sacrée Planète Magazine
is the second book by the Sylvain Tristan,
the author from Savoy… who still displays the same and
unshakeable obsession – to see through the secrets of history”