If there is an archaeological find that would turn the world upside down, it would be the discovery of the lost city of Atlantis. Many have searched for the remnants of the mythical scene, but no one is close to actually finding it, and researchers who claimed to have found it in the past eventually proved wrong.
Now with a range of high-tech hardware At their disposal, a company called Merlin Burrows believes it might have determined the exact location of the former city. It is needless to say that you should take everything that you read from this point on with a huge grain of salt.
Thousands of years ago, Plato wrote about civilization, noting that his incredible technological advances and wealth were not equal and that the city was not the same was eventually destroyed by a terrible event. Nobody really knows if Plato intended to view his writings as evidence of the city's existence, or if he had just sewed a thread to warn of the dangers of excess, but that did not stop many people from seeking Atlantis ,
Merlin Burrows, who has specialized in finding "forgotten or hidden" things, is ready to release a documentary stating that Atlantis is indeed real. [1
Speaking to Live Science says that Merlin Burrows CEO Bruce Blackburn uses satellite data to scour an area The group believed that it was the site of the thriving city, and its work began years ago and, according to Blackburn, the site was named after Plato's writings and other texts selected.
The site near the coast in Doñana National Park was subsequently searched for clues. Merlin Burrows says the company found the remains of temples and towers back then. The dating of the material, which is believed to be an early material, indicated that it was between 10,000 and 12,000 years old, which would fit the rough timeline of the time Atlantis was said to have existed ,
This is hardly the first time a group has claimed the discovery of Atlantis, and it is not even the first time that researchers have suggested that the remains could be located in that particular location in Spain , Merlin Burrows, however, says his forthcoming documentary titled "Atlantica" will bring questions to rest.
With so many false "finds" in the past, the archaeological community of Atlantis' discoveries is pretty much exhausted. If this is indeed the proof that we all have been waiting for it, this will be an incredible achievement, but now we have to keep our fingers crossed.