Personally, I do. Why would it be so hard to believe that land masses have "fell into the sea" especially with what we see happening to the island that Alcatrz set's on?
They have found remains of cities and stuff under the sea, right? I thought, anyway..... I think that Atlantis existed. A lot of people think that there are parts of California that will end up the same way. Hell, look at Pompeii.....Vesuvius (sp?) blew up and that whole city was buried for centuries! There are remains below is we don't have a clue about! Or what about the tsunami of 2004? If that had hit smaller areas than it did or been just a little bigger than it was tiny countries could have disappeared from the face of the earth!
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Oh, you mean kinda like what I believe the writers of the bible did?
I guess if you believe that the intention of the biblical writers was to provide a moral message and not a historical documentation. I think the bible contains both - some moral lessons and some historical events.
I guess the next thing you are going to say is that the library of Alexandria didn't really exist either.
Of course it did - we have evidence for is. But I wouldn't ever claim that because other libraries existed that means the Library of Alexandria had to exist. Which is what claiming because other islands have falled into the ocean it means Atlantis must have existed.
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