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Atlantis as a Theological Model of End Times Babylon (Rev. 17-18) and the Storylines of Atlantis and Athens.

Authors: Leon Elshout

Atlantis is a theological model that evolved in Genesis and that will be fulfilled in End Times Babylon. The serpent in Eden (Genesis 3) was the blueprint for Poseidon. The city of Henoch, built by Cain before the Flood was the blueprint for Atlantis. Immediately after the Flood, it was Nimrods Babylon that was a new blueprint for Atlantis. Followed by Nebuchanedzar's Babylon as an evolving blueprint for Atlantis. End Times Babylon in Genesis 17-18 is the final Blueprint for Atlantis. Babylon and Tyrus were interconnected. Both were cities of corruption. The fall of Tyrus by Alexander the Great was also a blueprint for Atlantis (Ezekiel 26-28). The Philistines of Crete (Kaftor) were the Phaeacians in Homer's Odyssey. Their god was Dagon who was another blueprint for Poseidon. The Dagon temples in Gaza were blueprints for Atlantis. Atlantis was the Western dimension of Tzafon. The northern and Eastern dimensions were Babylon. Atlantis was mirrored in time and geography. Scientists will never understand the mystery of Atlantis if they do not understand what Babylon, Tzafon or the mirroring principle is. Added to this paper are the two storylines of Athens and Atlantis in Plato's Atlantis Story. © Leon Elshout, 23 may 2018, my 600 page book on Atlantis as Babylon is here: http://roodgoudvanparvaim.nl/

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