Apol Posted January 4, 2016 #551 Share Posted January 4, 2016 (edited) And in a way - if the OLB etymology (ALD.LAND = old land) is correct - they are all right... :-) Maybe, maybe not. But my opinion is: not. It isn't about the etymology alone. According to Plato, there once existed an island-continent by the name "Atlantis" (the suffix -is, is the Greek genitive). And the Oera Linda Book tells that Finda's people came specifically from Aldland/Âtland. It must have been a specific area, because it says that... "In earlier times, almost all of Finda’s people lived in their Mother’s land of birth, named Aldland, which now lies under the sea. They were thus far away..." (page 21). Plato terms the sunken continent Atlantis nesos – reportedly 'the island of Atlas' in Ancient Greek, and the common explanation is that the island was named from the first king of the island, named Atlas. In fact, this isn't completely in line with the designation Aldland in the Oera Linda Book, which apparently means ‘Old Land’. Edited January 4, 2016 by Apol Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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