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Wednesday, 9 April 2008

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The remains of Isis's fabled Atlantis castle

Salisbury Plain - (Neolithic Mess): Archaeologists excavating Stonehenge say they have found empiric proof that the ancient erection was the castle fort of the fabled Isis-worshipping city of Atlantis.

The sarsen stone structure once supported a giant wooden roof and timber walls which perished when Stonehenge became submerged after the eruption of a huge caldera off the west coast of Ireland circa 4,200 BC.

"We have found pre-cuneiform texts showing that an Isis-worshipping race built this fort," Prof V Smart of the Royal Geological Monuments Foundation said today.

"The artifact is similar to the Rosetta Stone and was written allegedly by descendants of Osiris, consort of Isis.

"Osiris was the deadly enemy of Set, a demonic patriarchal entity responsible for endemic incest in the Judeo-Chritsian so-called civilization that followed."

Today's revelations also show that the Atlantean goddess-worshippers knew they were vulnerable to west Irish tectonic activity and built the stone fort in the hope that some could be saved in the event of a seismic cataclysm.

"You can forget all that Mediterranean Atlantis hype," Prof Smart added.

"That silly banter was first started by some jealous Greeks who stole much of their ideas from the ancient Egyptians.

"And they, as you may know already, were merely the south Mediterranean outpost of the Atlantean kingdom where all life on earth began."

An update follows this report later.

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