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There is an underlying belief of either gods creating the earth or
being created from it. The similarities from different religions and
faiths around our planet belonging to these different peoples are to
numerous to push aside.
The belief in the living essence in our planet gains concrete
and powerful expression when specific landscape features are
interpreted as forming part of the body of a great supernatural
being. The correlation between the buildings and the body is
especially strong in some of the religions based on a key mythical
personage.
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Stone hendge falls in the middle of a chakra trail.
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Above and below Stone Hendge are chalk figurations. The distance of these falls into the distance of planets. The chalk figurations represent planets. (further reading Lost Gods of Albion, Ancient Wisdom of the Celts by Murry Hope)
In Earth mysteries by Philip Heselton a reverend Edward Duke who in the 1840's found several prehistoric sites including Avebury, Silbury Hill and Stonehendge where aligned South to North and went further and tied distances between the sites in with distances of planets.

there are locations around our planet that tie into the dimensions of our solarsystem. colud the size of atlantis and its island rings give us a map of our solarsystem.?
Note: The unit of measurement given in translation of Timaeus and Critias is typically the stade or stadia. The conversion is:

1 stade = 607 ft or 185 meters (mile = 5280 feet so 1 stade = .11 mile)

Canal From Sea
Canal 300' wide, 100' deep
50 stades from the sea was a hill where the rings of Sea and Land were built (5.5 miles)
Inner Ring
Next ring of water was 1 stade - 600'
Center land was 5 stades in diameter - 3000' (.5 miles)
Surrounded on both sides by a wall covered with orichalcum
Middle Ring
Next set of water / land rings were 2 stades in width - 1200'
Surrounded on both sides by a wall covered with tin
Outer Ring
Ring closest to sea and its internal land both 3 stades in width - 1800'
Surrounded on both sides by a wall covered with brass
Contained horse racing track
Outer Wall
Wall which circled the outer ring at a distance of 50 stades (11 miles in diameter)
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distances of planets.
[www.solar.york.ac.uk]
could the edges of the islands be planet paths?
(just a stab in the dark)



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is there a map of the solar system in the description of atlantis 523 michael seabrook 14-Oct-08 10:40
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