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Saturday, July 16, 2016

The Final Deluge of Atlantis


During the final centuries of Atlantis there were basically three classes of people. There were the people that operated out of orbit that came from the Pleiades, there were the people that existed on the main continent of Atlantis and the colonies, and there were the people that existed everywhere else.

What many people don't realize is that during Atlantean times there were millions of people who had absolutely no clue as to what was going on. These people had very little technology and were not that much different from the indigenous tribes that exist today. These people often became toys of the Atlanteans. They would experiment on these people with the technology that they had developed. The Atlanteans were known for their genetic experiments. There are many hieroglyphs and cave-paintings that exist of humans with animal heads or other animal parts. These paintings are historical records of the genetic atrocities that were taking place on the surface of this planet during late-Atlantean times.

The other technological group that existed on this planet operated out of orbit and openly ran physical missions inside of the atmosphere of Earth. This group was known as the Pleiadian High Command. They often went back and forth between the Taygeta system and this solar system. Their main objective during the final centuries of Atlantis was to counter the growing Draco presence that was taking control over Atlantean society.

Atlantis had many colonies. The main island was located in what is known today as the Bermuda Triangle. By the time of the final deluge the Dracos almost had complete control over this area. There were other colonies such as Egypt and Greece which were a lot less under the control of the Dracos. These colonies continued to exist for a short period after the final deluge.

The final deluge wasn't a natural disaster. It was caused by archonic group that began to see the Atlanteans as rivals. They destroyed the main continent using a super-sonar technology.

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