The legend of Atlantis


Once upon a time, in the year 3600 B.C. or 3700 B.C. an enviable civilization, due to its enormous scientific and social development, sank under the waters due to the eruption of the Thera volcano. It was a matriarchal society much more developed than all those that surrounded it. This is believed to be the origin of the famous “Legend of Atlantis”.


The legend of Atlantis has always fascinated women from all over the world. A remarkably developed civilization that ended up sunk under the waters. Our sister archaeologists have been able to discover clear evidence that Atlantis is more than just a legend, in fact it existed in time and we can place it near the current island of Santorini, ancient Thera, in present-day Greece (Europe). Therefore the waters that covered Atlantis were not the cold waters of the Atlantic, as many of us believed, but the warm waters of the eastern Mediterranean.

When they managed, with patience and tenacity, to remove the lava from the walls, floors and front part of the house, our archaeologist sisters immediately understood that they had made an exceptional discovery: a three-floors house with ten rooms per floor. Both the structure of the building and its orientation reveal a perfect mastery of both architecture and the use of light and energy. The perfectly distributed network of water pipes to carry the precious liquid from the tanks to all the rooms of the house makes us think of a knowledge of the physics of fluids far superior to that of the time. But the most impressive thing was the excellent state of conservation of the mural paintings that are on the walls of the house. These paintings reflect the daily life of the women in the house, both domestic and public life. In these paintings we can see female figures representative of the situation of women in the society of Atlantis: stylized bodies, with well-formed bellies, which undoubtedly talk to us of active women who are surely very fond of dancing and sports. The figures appear with their hair loose, representing the freedom of women; bare breasts, symbolizing feminine power; and finally we observe how, despite the fact that the figures are shown in profile, the eye is represented from the front, surely due to the influence of the Egyptian sisters of that time. Jewelry and decorative details also draw attention. The elaborate hairstyles and makeup make us think of women aware of their divine feminine beauty, who lived their sexuality and sensuality naturally and without shames.

In one of the paintings we can see a girl picking lilies, whose flower represents the vulva and the female reproductive system and, therefore, they were used by women to invoke the goddesses when they were in their menstrual period. The representation of stars aligned forming diamonds that we see in the upper left part of the painting indicates that the lady is preparing to perform a divine worship ritual. The connection between the female divinities of that time, the women of Atlantis and Mother Nature was absolute and complete. There was a widespread belief that the strength of the stars was linked in the female womb with the energy of the center of the Earth and from there the vitality of the woman emerged in each menstruation.

The lady’s house

By carefully analyzing the main mural of the house, we can draw very significant conclusions about the domestic life of the Atlantean women. In this mural we find a seated woman, crossing her legs and showing her bare breasts. The fact that she is located at a higher level than the other elements in the painting makes us think that she is the owner of the house. Especially if we take into account that on her back there is a bird drawn (symbol of wealth and power) looking towards the sky and with outstretched wings. In front of her we see a man, represented in the usual figure of a monkey, and another woman, they are offering a papyrus plant to the lady who is seated. We assume that the powerful lady is the owner of a papyrus plantation and her workers proceed to carry out the harvesting tasks.

Man from Atlantis

From what we see in the paintings, recovered from the lava, the man in Atlantis had a very specific status. From the pictorial representation we deduce that its only function was that of a simple workforce as well as entertainment for women. Unlike the women who are represented dressed in light and showy clothes, although with their chests exposed as a symbol of feminine power, men are represented completely naked and as a monkey figure, an ape, which reinforces this fact. , because the monkeys were used for female fun. This simian figure appears represented in a sky blue color, which leads us to interpret that men were considered in that society as a gift from heaven (sky blue), sent by the goddesses, for the use and enjoyment of women. If we look at the drawing, two white areas appear, specifically the neck and the crotch. The color white, in that distant society, symbolized possession and captivity. This makes us think that those were the exact areas where men could be captives. In other words, men could be chained by the genitals with a kind of penis cage or by the neck with a dog-type collar, but never by the wrists, by the waist, or by the ankles, since these areas are not represented in white but in blue color.

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