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Tonight, we delve into the enigmatic depths of a lost civilization, a place of legend and lore, a place known as Atlantis. Our guest is none other than Michael Le Flem, the author of the riveting book, 'Visions of Atlantis.'
In our discussion, Michael Le Flem takes us on a journey through time, unearthing the ancient legacy of Atlantis. He explores the history of this lost civilization, its rediscovery, and the various visions and revelations associated with it. But this is not just a historical exploration. Le Flem challenges us to question our understanding of the past and the very fabric of our reality.
Our discussion is is a testament to the human spirit's relentless pursuit of knowledge, even in the face of the unknown. It's a journey that takes us from the depths of the ocean to the heights of human imagination. But Le Flem doesn't just tell us about Atlantis; he immerses us in its mystery, its grandeur, and its tragedy.
We also delve into the heart of Atlantis's power: the firestone. This ancient artifact, activated by the sun's rays or stars, was capable of generating both constructive and destructive forces. The stone's energy, concentrated through prisms, was used to control various modes of travel through induction methods. The preparation of the stone was a closely guarded secret, known only to initiates of the time.
Prepare to be transported to a time of ancient wisdom and technological marvels, a time when humanity harnessed the power of the stars and the earth. Prepare to question what you know about our past and to dream of what our future could be.
Michael Le Flem, M.A. is a researcher, adjunct professor of history and philosophy, columnist for New Dawn Magazine and KennedysandKing.com, a scuba diver and guitarist. He grew up in South Florida, and attended the Harriet. L. Wilkes Honors College and Florida State University, where he studied Western intellectual history and U.S. foreign policy.
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