Plato Cited Five Aegean Kings Who Lived in Timeframe That Atlantis Went Under Proving Years Mistaken for Months


Be sure to ask your ancient history professor whether he/she thinks the five Aegean (“Athenian”) kings who Plato said lived in the timeframe that Atlantis (and much of Greece) went under were over 9,000 years before Plato’s time or about a thousand years before his time, those kings Theseus, Erechtheus, Erichthonios, Cecrops, and Erysichthon, all who lived only several generations before the Trojan War. The word year is from the Greek equivalent hora, which means only a period of time not specified (hour comes from this too), so the Egyptian priests who told the story to the Greek Solon meant lunar cycles, their standard, the demise of Atlantis (and much of Greece) 9,000 months before Solon’s time, when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c., because the ocean had cooled to about today’s temperatures.