Atlantis Bolivia References and Bibliography

   Book 1 - Atlantis: the Andes Solution     Book 2 - "The Atlantis Trail"     Book 3 - "Atlantis: Lost Kingdom of the Andes"
   Book 4 - "Atlantis and the Persian Empire    Book, "Tiwanaku - a city lost in time

   Resources - subpages, essays with illustrations:
   Atlantis in the Andes, Discovery documentary    Atlantis text illustrated
   images of Atlantis     lost city of Atlantis    lost continent of Atlantis    Atlas    Atlantis Bolivia versus Crete

   Plato     comparison of translations     Atlantis Jowett translation     Atlantis R.G. Bury translation     what Plato said
   Histories who's who Greeks    Greeks in Mexico     Sarmiento de Gamboa     Sir Francis Bacon on Atlantis
   Sir Isaac Newton on Atlantis    Fuente Magna, cuneifrom dish     Bolivia and the Sumerian connection     pre-Columbian wheels

   Tiwanaku - a city lost in time    the Tiwanaku calendar    the Muisca calendar     Lost Calendar of the Andes     Atlantis Universe
   Posnansky    Squier    Cieza de Leon    Thaipykkhala - the ceramica negra of Tiwanaku

   artefacts, Atlantis and the route to the sea     headgear of the Sea Peoples    Atlantis army and navy
   atlantis origins in Bolivian legends     twins of Atlantis     Orichalcum    Wealth of Atlantis     Bulls or llamas sacrifice

    Louisiana canals gallery    Tabasco, Mexico canals gallery     rio Paraguay levees canals     rio Parana canals, ponds and islands
    rio Parana delta canals    Corrientes     rio Amazon to Manaus    rio Amazon west from Manaus    rio Orinocco to Amazon canal
    Beni, Moxos gallery    Pantanal    atlantis canals on the Altiplano     canals gallery    Chipaya canals gallery    canals in Peru
    Caral, Peru containment canal     Paria, Oruro containment canals    canal to sea (lago UruUru
    America's lost civilisation     flooding dates on the Altiplano    Atlantis stones gallery

   Atlantis stade     cubits between altiplano canals     Nazca measurements and underground channels     Cholula Pyramid
   Tiwanaku cubits     Teotihuacan measuring unit     Teotihuacan citadel measuring units     Decoding the quipu mathematics
   Chichen Itza and El Castillo measuring units     Monte Alban, measuring units     Peru cubits and calendar

   agricultural variations on the Altiplano    geoforms = landforms oblique views    geoglyph fossilised agriculture
   hillforts    ringed hilltops    contour forms/irrigation Peru    contourforms/irigation Bolivia
   earthquakes     Bombo earthquake route     Bombo route oblique views

   Luis Gutierrez, tour guide     Porfirio Limachi, reed boat builder     building abora III history     reed boat construction history
   Pampa Aullagas     Pampa Aullagas oblique views     Santuario de Quillacas     Pumiri     Sajama     Oruro
   tsunami     fossilised footprint discovery Bolivia     the Atlantis Trail     tunupa photo gallery     building the model

   Full Paper part I submitted to Atlantis Conference Athens 2008 PDF
   Full Paper part II submitted to Atlantis Conference Athens 2008 PDF
   Full Paper part III submitted to Atlantis Conference Athens 2008 PDF

   Milos conference 24 points    beyond the Milos 24 points    statements comparison 50 points     Plain Comparison

   Bolivia expeditions 2011 pdf

   atlantisbolivia.org bookstore    Atlantis maps    Atlantis Theories     Atlantis Places

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Allen, J.M. Atlantis: Lost Kingdom of the Andes, Floris Books 2009
Allen, J.M. Atlantis and the Persian Empire Amazon
Alsop, Joseph, From the Silent Earth, Seeker & Warburg, 1965
Ancient America, Time Life Books
Aveni, Anthony, Empires of Time, I.B. Taurus & Co. Ltd.
Anthony, Michael, The Golden Quest, Macmillan, 1992

Bacon, Francis (1627) The New Atlantis, modern edition (1900) Cambridge University Press.
Baker, Paul A., Dunbar, Robert B. et al. (2001) "The history of South American tropical climate for the past 25,000 years from the sedimentary record of Lake Titicaca (Bolivia/Peru)", Science, Vol.291, 5504, January 26, 2001, pp. 640-43.
Blavatsky, H. P., Isis Unveiled, Theosophical Publishing House, 1877
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Berriman A.E. Historical Metrology, London , J.M. Dent & Sons 1953
Bellamy, H.S. Built before the Flood, Faber and Faber 1947
Bingham, Hiram, Lost City of the Incas Atheneum N.Y. 1970
Botting Douglas Humboldt and the Cosmos, Michael Joseph 1973, Sphere Books 1973
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Coote, Stephen (1993) A play of Passion, the life of Sir Walter Ralegh Macmillan London
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Davies, Nigel, The Aztecs, Macmillan, 1977
Dilke, Christopher, Letter to a King, George Allen & Unwin, based upon El primer nueva corónica y buen gobierno by Guaman Poma (1615) edited and published in English by Christopher Dilke as, Letter to a King: A Peruvian Chief's Account of Life under the Incas and under Spanish Rule (New York: E.P. Dutton, 1978).
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Hapgood, Charles, Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, Turnstone Books, 1966
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Harden, Donald, The Phoenicians, Pelican Books, 1980
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Herodotus Histories Wandswoth Classics 1966
Heyerdahl, Thor, The Tigris Expedition, Doubleday & Co., 1982
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Honore, Pierre, In Quest of the White God, Hutchinson
Howse, Derek, Greenwich Time and the Discovery of Longitude, Oxford University Press, 1980

John, Brian S., The Ice Age Past & Present, Collins, 1977
Jowett, Benjamin (1893) Plato's Timaeus

Kendall, Ann Everyday Life of the Incas, B.T. Batsford, London 1973
Klein, Herbert S. Bolivia, Oxford University Press, USA 1992

Larco Hoyle, Rafael, The Ancient Civilisation of Peru, Barrie & Jenkins, 1967
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Montaño, Mario (1979) Raíces Semíticas en la Religiosidad Aymara y Kichua, La Paz, Bolivia.
More, Thomas, Utopia Penguin Classics 1961
Morison, Samuel Eliot, Christopher Columbus Meridian (Penguin) 1983
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Zarate,Agustín The Discovery and History of Peru (1556) trans by J.M. Cohen Pub Penguin Classics 1968



Atlantis translations
1 Taylor, details unknown
2 Donnelly, Ignatius Atlantis: The ante-diluvian world (1882 reprinted 1949) Sampson, Low, Marston & Co., Ltd. London and Edinburgh
3 Jowett, Benjamin Plato's Timaeus 1893
4 Bury, R. G., Plato IX Timaeus, Critias etc., Harvard University Press, 1929
5 Lee, Desmond, Plato Timaeus and Critias, Penguin Books, 1965




11 Homer The Iliad Penguin Classics 1950
12 Homer The Odyssey Penguin Classics 1946
13 More, Thomas, Utopia Penguin Classics 1961
14 Dilke, Christopher, Letter to a King, George Allen & Unwin, based upon El primer nueva corónica y buen gobierno by Guaman Poma (1615)
     edited and published in English by Christopher Dilke as, Letter to a King: A Peruvian Chief's Account of Life under the Incas and under Spanish Rule     (New York: E.P. Dutton, 1978).
15 Graves, Robert, The Greek Myths, Penguin, 1955
16 Berriman, A. E., Historical Metrology, J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1953
Although refered to as "Sumerian" measurements, they are found throughout the Americas and may have originated in the Americas.
Briefly,
1 shusi = 0.66" (16.764mm) [16]
1 link = 7.92" = 12 shusi (201.168mm)
1 foot = 13.2" = 20 shusi (335.28mm)
1 cubit = 19.8" = 30 shusi (502.92mm)
1 yard =33" = 50 shusi (838.2mm)
1 double yard = 66" = 100 shusi (1676.4mm)
1 pole = 16.5 English ft = 15 Sumerian feet (5.03 metres)
1 chain = 66 English ft = 60 Sumerian feet (20.11 metres)
165 English ft = 150 Sumerian feet = 100 cubits
330 English ft =300 Sumerian feet = 200 cubits
660 English feet = 600 Sumerian feet = 400 cubits = 1 furlong (201.16 metres)
1 acre = 43560 sq English ft = 36,000 sq sumerian feet.
Sumerian cubit = 24/25ths of Egyptian cubit

17 Klein, Herbert S., Bolivia, Oxford University Press, 1992
18 Thom, A., Megalithic Sites in Britain, Clarendon Press, 1967
19 Aveni, Anthony, Empires of Time, I. B. Taurus & Co. Ltd, 1990
20 Blavatsky, H. P., Isis Unveiled, Theosophical Publishing House, 1877
21 Fasold, David, The Discovery of Noah's Ark, David Fasold, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1990
22 Heyerdahl, Thor, The Tigris Expedition, Doubleday & Co., 1982
23 Bacon, Francis, The New Atlantis, Cambridge University Press, 1900 (Original edition 1627)
24 Hemming, John, The Conquest of the Incas, Abacus, 1970
25 Bingham, Hiram, Lost City of the Incas Atheneum N.Y. 1970
26 Botting Douglas Humboldt and the Cosmos, Michael Joseph 1973, Sphere Books 1973
27 Gómara, Franciso López de La Historia de las Indias, Zaragoza. 1552
28 Gamboa, Pedro Sarmiento de (1572) Historia de los Incas, Peru, see next entry
29 Markham, Sir Clements, History of the Incas, translated, edited and published in English from Gamboa, Pedro Sarmiento de (1572) Historia de los Incas The Hakluyt Society, Cambridge University Press, 1907
30 Zarate, Agustín, Historia del descubrimiento y conquista del Perú (1556) published in English as The Discovery and History of Peru trans by J.M. Cohen Pub Penguin Classics 1968
31 Sugiyama, Saburo, Human Sacrifice, Militarism and Rulership USA, Barnes & Noble, 2005



A remarkable book Letter to a King [14] a petition by one of the few remaining Inca noblemen Huaman Poma (1567-1615) to the King of Spain records the details,
"In every village in this country there are watercourses, constructed in ancient times, into which the water is diverted from rivers, lakes or ponds. So much labour was involved that the cost . . . These works date back to the time before the Incas, when there was a large population under a single king. Not only watercourses were constructed but also terraces for the planting of crops on the hillsides. These were built up laboriously by hand, without tools, by Indians who each placed a single stone at a time to make long heaps. The number of workers was so vast that these projects were rapidly completed. Thus the terrain was made to bear cereals to feed the people, even in the sandy coastal plains and the rugged scenery of the Andes. Bridges and aqueducts were built and the marshes drained by order of these early kings. Then came the Incas, who ordained that existing custom and law should be preserved. There was to be no interference with the irrigation of the orchards and pastures which reached as far as the mountain peaks and gorges. They knew that these works, constructed by so great a labour force, could never in all probability be repeated."

The Indians multiplied like ants or like the sands of the sea until they could no longer find room to live. Then they populated the lower levels of the land, where the climate was temperate and warm. The population was so numerous that it was able to survive a plague which once raged for six months throughout the kingdom. During this period the condors gorged themselves on the human corpses scattered about the fields and villages."


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