The Timaeus and Critias of Plato
An accurate translation of two Plato works, Thomas Taylor was considered the most noted translator and scholar of Greek philosophy in the 18th century. For the serious student of symbolism, The Timaeus provides an invaluable key to ancient cosmologies and gives the philosophic pattern and psychological meaning underlying the world mythologies. The Critias is an account of the lost island of Atlantis and of the deluge referred to in the history of many ancient peoples, notably the Mayans.
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Atlantis - from "The Timaeus and Critias" of Plato
from "THE TIMAEUS AND CRITIAS" of Plato [Reprinted from Lucifer, August, 1888] [reprinted also from “Theosophical Siftings” Volume - 3 - ] ...