The 'Eye of Africa' - Believed to be the Legendary Atlantis

A massive symmetrical structure on our globe continues to baffle scientists. It is called the ‘Eye of Africa ’ because of its shape, and it is visible from space.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates., January 1, 2012 - (PressReleasePoint) - The ‘Eye of Africa’, also called Guelb er Richat, is a prominent circular structure in the Saharan desert in West Africa. Its name comes from its striking resemblance to an eye when seen from space. George S Alexander and Natalis Rosen claim that it is the most plausible site of Plato’s Atlantis. They have been involved in extensive research on the project since 2007.  In 2008 they visited the site and subsequently produced a documentary which was released in 2011. A book on their findings is already in the pipeline.
The researchers worked closely with ancient writings from the famous philosopher Plato and believe they were able to find the fabled city with the help of clues left behind by Plato.
The dimension of the ‘Eye of Africa’ is apparently identical to the measurement of Atlantis given by Plato. The ringed layout of the Eye of Africa is also in line with Plato’s description of Atlantis, and so is the entire area surrounding the ‘Eye of Africa’.
There is also very strong archaeological evidence that the area around the Eye of Africa was densely populated about 12.000 years ago – the time when, according to Plato, Atlantis disappeared. Apparently the area is still swamped with ancient artefacts.
Plato mentioned earthquakes and Tsunamis being responsible for the destruction of Atlantis – some of the biggest volcanos on earth are located near the Eye of Africa.
If you want more information on the subject, then please visit the website  which George S Alexander and Natalis Rosen have set up. One can also download the documentary from there.

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