Atlas (Large Family Suite)

Those who argue that the legend of Atlantis is an imagination are claiming that it is Plato. Aristotle, raised by Plato, was among those who believed that this emulation was a fairytale. However, Plato, who believes in this story, has had other explanations. For example, 33 years after Plato's death, Crantor wrote that the Egyptian priests in Sais displayed two iron columns on some of the Greeks, writing on the history of Atlantis. Aristotle, who is known to be a rebel among the academics, retained some of his mistakes for centuries, though he made great contributions. Aristotle denies meteorites, according to which the face of the sky is perfect, and the stones belong to the earth where the element of earth is dominant. In addition, they taught the world center (geocentric) system instead of the heliocentric system taught by Pythagoras, and they were the object of the accusation against Galeleo.

According to Plutarkhos, the name of the lecturer who taught Solon in Sais was Sonchis. According to Alexander Clemens, this was also the name of an Egyptian priest teaching Pythagoras, and it may not be possible for them to be the same person in terms of time. According to Proclus, the patron Pateneit in the city of Solon Sais, Ochlapi in the city of Heliopolis and the priest Ethimon in the city of Sebennytus.

Plato had an affinity with both Kritias and Solon. He also visited Egypt for a few years and had a start. So, some Atlantologists think that before they write about Atlantis, they gather information on this topic. However, Plato's story has interesting links with similar narratives. Greeks and even Europe's oldest literature is Homer's Iliad and Odysseia, and Hesiod's Theogonia. Homer named the Atlantis, and according to Plato he said of the Atlas of his early kings, "At an island in the middle of the sea, there is a goddess in a wooded island, the daughter of the bad-hearted wizard Atlas. The columns that separate the earth and the chest from each other "(30). In these short lines on the Atlas (the only word in Homer), he writes that his sea bottom is well known. Could this be a memory of the woman who meant that her dwelling was the sea bottom? It is also possible to imagine that the island of Ogygia, where Calypso's daughter Calypso (the name of the Karaib islands owes him the name of the music of Calypso) is an island full of Atlantis. Atlantis in Greek means "girls of the horses". One of Atlas's daughters was Maya. According to the Atlanta Stacy-Judd, this is a sign of Atlantis bondage to the Mayans of Yucatan in Mexico City. According to Plutarchus, the island of Ogygia was a five-day maritime expedition from the British coast.

As for Atlas's struggle to capture the columns separating the earth from the world (in the west), according to many mythologies in ancient beliefs, space and sky were reserved in creation. The turf came down to the sky. In the Torah, he writes: "At the beginning God created the heavens and the earth ... And Allah said:" Be the dome in the midst of the waters, and separate the waters from the water, and God made the dome divide the waters under the dome in the waters. And God said to the dome Heaven "(31). In that case, the caste, in terms of cosmology, prevents the flood waters, which have been flooded by Atlas's columns, to descend to the earth.

In Hesiodos and other Greeks' myths, Atlas was a Titan. The semi-gods come from a combination of titans, the god of the gods Uranus and the goddess of the earth Gaia. They were warlords and defeated against the gods on Mount Olympus from the center of Othrys. Zeus had given each one a penalty. Because Titan Prometheus taught people to set fire (for light), the punishment was that the Caucasus mountains were forever broken and eaten by the eagles. Other Titanos were underground and were condemned to Tartaros. The Atlas, however, was punished by carrying the columns that held the chest, not the back as the world thought. Titans and their wars are similar to Plato's caste Atlantis Mediterranean battle. Also, as we will see in the future, there are aspects similar to the pre-flood world described in the Torah and other sacred books.

The interesting aspect of the Homeric epic is that for many years in the seas, Odysseia, the protagonist of the Trojan war, who lives far away from his home, is constantly being patronized by Athene, the Protector God of Athens, against the sea god Poseidon. In Poseidon, according to Plato, the woman is the founder of Atlantis and the father of Atlas, the enemy of the Greeks. This supports some assertions that Troy is actually connected to Atlantis.

According to Hesiodos, Atlas is the son of Yapetos, the "white man". The brothers of Yapitus are Kronos, Hyperion, Ocean, Tethys and Themis. Yapitus may be the same as Yafes (Yafet), which is one of the three sons of Noah, which means the same white man. According to those who interpret the Torah, it is the ancestor of Europeans and Turks. Perhaps, the Atlas myth has its roots in the ages, and the whole of its story has been forgotten at the time of Hesiodus. Perhaps, as in many myths, they had taken them from Pelask and other Mediterranean tribes before them.