Irish connections to Atlantis.


This section explores the idea that Irish Bards and Druids have thought the world and much like we have monks in Christianity and Buddhism and Guru’s in India teaching the world today. In the ancient world were Bards who travelled the world teaching humanity.

Observe maps of Pangaea. This is how the world looked 200 million years ago. If we consider that the pyramid cultures in Africa and Meso-America existed over 200 million years ago, then we find that all the pyramids would be beside the ocean in this map. I believe that these cultures are this old because they all worship some sort of reptile in their pantheons. Much like how we today worship the image of man as our god because man is the most dominant species on the planet right now. These cultures worshipped the likes of the feathered serpent, like Quetzalcoatl and Kukulcan, because the reptile or serpent was the most dominant species 200 million years ago. At the edge of each continent in Pangaea is a dominant pyramid culture, these cultures are the Inca’s, Mayan’s, Aztec’s, and Ancient Egyptians ( (
I find it interesting to note that when you create anagrams of these names you get some striking similarities with the biblical names of Cain and Abal in Genesis. Let me explain, that Inca is an anagram of Cain, Ba’al in ancient Egypt who is the lord in the oldest Egyptian texts is Abal and Aztec or Estec becomes Setec or Satek which in Hebrew is Seth. After researching this and other stories I found striking similarities. I personally became convinced that the bible is saying that the beginning of mankind is with these pyramid cultures (Ancient Mythology) (
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