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Atlantis Pt 1: European Climate and Atlantis Rising
Atlantis: Seeing the Mirror

Prt 1: European Climate and Atlantis Rising
(From Vol1 Where Were You Before the Tree of Life?)
By Peter Farley

The memories of Atlantis in the collective unconscious of those on
planet Earth are very deeply engrained and very much repressed for
they are memories of great traumas, not just of the destruction of
one civilization, but of three. They are also very real warnings of
the potential for the destruction of a fourth civilization, indeed
an entire world, simply because we refuse to recognize and deal with
this potent force in our history.

It is because the story of Atlantis holds up such a mirror to us and
to the culture that exists today on Earth that we keep denying its
existence. Is it any wonder then that we also let ourselves be so
easily duped into believing the histories of our race which make no
sense, and that leave great gaping holes, and thousands of
unanswered questions? In refusing to acknowledge the mistakes we
have made in the past, to learn from our history, we are also intent
on giving away our individual power once again, both consciously and
unconsciously, to those same Beings who were responsible for this
earlier destruction in the first place.

Exciting new evidence of Atlantis' existence is to be found in
recent studies of the weather patterns of Northern Europe. These
weather patterns rely on the Gulf Stream, the warm current of the
North Atlantic Ocean flowing in a generally northeastern direction
from the Straits of Florida to the Grand Banks, east and south of
Newfoundland. This Stream then extends its flow from the Grand Banks
to the shores of Western Europe, Scandinavia, and the islands of the
Arctic Ocean in the form of the North Atlantic Drift. The Gulf
Stream is of great climatological importance because of its
moderating effects on the climate of Western Europe. In northeastern
America a crop like rye, nonresistant to frost, can only be
cultivated up to 50 degrees north latitude. In Norway, it can be
cultivated up to 20 degrees higher latitude. This is also true of
wheat and potato crops, and the northern limits beyond which horses,
mules, and sheep cannot be kept. The inhospitable arctic regions
which begin at 55 degrees latitude in eastern America do not start
until 70 degrees north latitude in Norway. Unaffected by the Gulf
Stream, Labrador is sub-arctic though at the same latitude as

If the Gulf Stream's influence were removed by, say a large
continental island in the middle of the Atlantic such as Atlantis
was supposed to have been, it would mean that the climate of north-
western Europe would undergo a radical change, and would then become
normal for that kind of latitude.

During the Pleistocene Epoch of Earth's history, there was about the
same amount of ice cover to the east of the Atlantic as there was to
the west. Both continents were buried under huge ice caps that
occasionally reached as far down as 50 degrees north latitude. The
limits of glaciation leave their mark in the form of piled up rock
called terminal moraines. The belts of terminal moraines found in
Canada and Europe, which indicate the southern limit of advance of
inland ice sheets, clearly show that during the Ice Age northwestern
Europe did not enjoy a better climate than northeastern America.
Thus it can be concluded that the Gulf Stream did not flow or did
not reach northwest Europe during that time, blocked as it would
have been at the time by the remaining islands of Atlantis.

Experts differ as to exactly when the Earth moved into its fifth
geological age. Experts using different criteria place the time from
20,000 to 8,000 years ago. One scientist counting the bands of
Swedish varved clay arrived at an "optimum" of 12,000 to 10,000
years BC, the time when the final remnants of Atlantis were supposed
to have sunk beneath the ocean. This means that much of England and
most of Northern Europe only became hospitable for human habitation
after the sinking of Atlantis. As we can see from recorded history,
this is exactly the time when civilization began to take root on the
European continent.