Atlantis in Spain Nesos Concept Plato’s Geography Unconsciously Embraced by Maria Elena Whishaw in Classic Tome


Maria Elena Whishaw in her groundbreaking work titled Atlantis in Spain, researched and written almost a century ago, makes a compelling case that the empire of Atlantis included southwestern Spain where are impressive ruins of megalithic and hormazo walls at Niebla, Ronda, and beneath Seville (the temple and columns of the Sun Temple of Hercules), citing too the great affinity of ancient Libyan culture and art to that of archaic Iberia, but she does not hypothesize any submerged ruins nor a date for Atlantis even though the geography she embraces for greater Atlantis matches Plato’s who wrote that the empire was a bronze age culture of global navigators.