Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Do you know a good book that can help someone on their path? Or, are you looking for a certain type of book?
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Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby Alys-RaccoonReadings » Tue Feb 07, 2017 2:22 am

Go! (AND THANK YOU :) )



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Re: Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby darkwing dook » Tue Feb 07, 2017 8:33 am

What kind of books?
Something like Emerald Tablets of Thoth?
Or something like Atlantis: The Lost Continent Finally Found or The Lost Land of Lemuria: Fabulous Geographies, Catastrophic Histories?
There's also Atlantean Necronomicon: Veils Of Negative Existence : )


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Re: Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby Alys-RaccoonReadings » Wed Feb 08, 2017 3:32 pm

THANK YOU!!!!!! Every time I ask for book recommendations people seem to Internet stare at me. BUT I LIKE TO START WITH BOOKS since I'm a paralysis by analysis person. It helps me narrow my data input and find my starting point. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Great springboard list!



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Re: Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby darkwing dook » Wed Feb 08, 2017 4:26 pm

Oh, okay : )
Mmm the books mentioned above are from different genres, thus you might want to check their reviews first; and there are other good reads in that topic : )


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Re: Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby Fireshadow » Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:22 pm

I just read a book about Atlantis. I'm not sure if it's already translated into another language like English.

It's from a Belgian Author, called Kaulacarya Yoga Muni, and the translation is:' ATLANTIS, the lost world. Searching for Atlantis by the mean of Regression-Investigation'. My opinion: they are talking about another Atlantis in another Dimention :p It just was very difficult to read, and it's basically Atlantis=Star Trek/Star Wars. And the authors opinion of humankind is also very strong suggested in the books, no he is basically calling us idiots. Science is idiotic as well... so is Religion. It isn't the same Atlantis he is talking about, as were they are talking about on this website/Forum. If you believe the people in here: Atlantis is a nice place, with a lot of green, clear blue water, unicorns, etc... If you believe the book: Atlantis is Truly Star Wars. And they were selfish, and Karma is going to follow you... and Heaven and Hell are basically just light or dark place. I wanted to read about Atlantis and I got a whole thesis about Human kind, urgh


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Re: Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby DruZod » Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:21 am

Anything from Edgar Cayce



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Re: Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby Lewk » Thu Feb 14, 2019 10:27 pm

Funny coincidence - this just came up in another thread.

Practical Atlantean Magic by Murry Hope.

Written after Cayce. Builds on everything that came before and like him draws on psychic experience of Atlantis but goes further to detail Atlantean religion, rites , prayers and magic. Written by a pagan, occultist who was also psychically gifted. For me it reaches parts Cayce didn't. This does not invalidate Cayce on Atlantis, who I read well before Murry Hope's book was published. He just wasn't a practising magician so didn't come at it from that angle.



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Re: Atlantis: Your best book recommendation

Postby Alys-RaccoonReadings » Fri Feb 15, 2019 1:08 am

Lewk wrote:Funny coincidence - this just came up in another thread.

Practical Atlantean Magic by Murry Hope.

Written after Cayce. Builds on everything that came before and like him draws on psychic experience of Atlantis but goes further to detail Atlantean religion, rites , prayers and magic. Written by a pagan, occultist who was also psychically gifted. For me it reaches parts Cayce didn't. This does not invalidate Cayce on Atlantis, who I read well before Murry Hope's book was published. He just wasn't a practising magician so didn't come at it from that angle.


I legit just thought you were sweet enough to come find this post and cross-post on purpose. XD You rock!




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