Proposal to any one who is interested for a unique movie. Idas,The Eleventh King of Atlantis

 Idas,The Eleventh King of Atlantis, By Michael Kokkinaris

Proposal to any one who is interested for a unique movie. Idas,The Eleventh King of Atlantis By Michael Kokkinaris.

The simplistic rendition of the ‘myth’ of Atlantis by the American movie industry in the 50’s and 60’s has incited me to respond with a more complete work of fiction entitled ‘Idas the Great, The Eleventh King of Atlantis’, in which I decipher the indications that are present in the myths and geotechtonic history of America and the Mediterranean of a world that was suddenly and violently lost about 12500 years ago. 
 I ask to any one, therefore, to examine my proposed , which at least refrains from repeating the all too well-known cinematic themes, revealing a completely new world which could be the missing link between America and Europe almost thirteen thousand years before the birth of Christ!

At that time then, 12 500 years ago, when not far from the western shores of Africa the island of Atlantis still existed and to the west of which lay the continent of America, the world as we know it today was completely different. For example, the southwestern end of Europe with the peninsula of Tartisso ‘touched’ the western horn of Africa leaving only a narrow passage through which the people of Atlantis passed from the Atlantic Ocean with their ships to the Western Middle World and reached the Tyrrinic Sea laying the foundations of significant colonies in this enclosed body of water along the European as well as the African coasts. They had also founded significant colonies on the eastern coast of the American continent, as well as on the three large islands which existed between the Atlantis and the American coast. The Western Middle World had as its westernmost boundary the Tyrrinic Peninsula which stretched to the shores of Africa leaving there only a small marine passageway where the northwestern tip of Sicily lies today. Immediately after that began the Pontus of the Eastern Middle World (today’s Eastern Mediterranean) dominated by Caftor (Crete), the state of which stretched south to the Nile river delta and east to the coast of today’s Palestine. In the Eastern Pontus of the Middle World, apart from the Cretans, there were also the Pelasgeans whose state extended from today’s southern Greece and the Peloponnese to the Aegean Sea and the coast of today’s Asia Minor. At first, the Pelasgeans had secured port facilities in Egypt, having a considerable presence in numerous trading posts and financial centers there. Nevertheless, the naval superiority of the Cretans limited their influence and forced them to concede to their domination in the region. The people of Atlantis, however, had another way out to the Eastern Pontus of the Middle World; the interior sea of Tritonas, the bottom of which is today’s Sahara Desert. The Tritonas Sea had two outlets; one on the coast of West Africa and the other in the region of the Nile River Delta which communicated with the Eastern Pontus of the Middle World. And we must always bear in mind when we read the novel that the total continental as well as island coastal regions which we know today in the Mediterranean extended, 12 500 years ago, 30% more at the expense of the sea, which was shallow at many points.