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AirOtic was created in 2016 by Stephane and Kyle Kier, both acrobatic performers, as an act for the Atlantis Events cruise.

That eruption might have inspired the legend of the sunken city of Atlantis.

That’s an impressive milestone that means the only vehicles that have made more spaceflights than this rocket are the NASA space shuttles Discovery, Atlantis, Columbia, and Endeavor.

By God, if that satellite hit Atlantis, they could very well lose the astronauts as they slept.

The philosopher, Plato, linked Santorini with the mythical lost city of Atlantis that sank beneath the waves.

His 1985 novel Masters of Atlantis concerns the plight of the Gnomons, a group dedicated to sharing the mysteries of Atlantis.

In Masters of Atlantis, newspaper people “treat as pests those who walk in off the street with inquiries, or even news.”

The Shroud is generally lumped in with silly-season subjects, such as Atlantis, yetis, and UFOs.

Yet, unlike such Grail-oriented conspiracies (and Atlantis, yetis and UFOs), the Shroud very definitely exists.

The same writer says that the Athenians waged war with the inhabitants of Atlantis, and might therefore have heard of America.

To the student of those days a mysterious drowned Atlantis again rose splendid from the waves of the great deep.

Sooner or later some hardy sailor would find the surviving peaks of this new Atlantis.

Even the words Atlas and Atlantis seem to be foreign to the etymology of the European languages.

I dreamed that America had got itself in such trouble that thousands of people were leaving to live in Atlantis.

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On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to Atlantis, such as: delusion, fancy, illusion, nightmare, reverie, and vision.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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