There are a number of ancient cities—considered myths by most authors—that some believe existed before written history, in different places on Earth. The Lost City of Z, just like Atlantis is one such mysterious place.
There is an extremely interesting document referred to as Manuscript 512, located in the Brazilian National Library in Rio de Janeiro.
It mentions how a group of explorers stumbled upon a ruined ancient city in the eastern parts of Brazil in 1753.
This ‘magnificent stone city’ was unlike any other city they’ve ever seen, with architecture early reminiscent of that of Ancient Greece and mysterious writings not native to the region. The most famous person to ever search for this lost city was a man called Col. Percy Harrison Fawcett a renowned explorer who tried discovering the long-lost city thought to remain hidden somewhere in the Amazon jungle. According to myths and legends, the lost City of Z would have been erected in very ancient times by the descendants of Atlantis.
It is believed that the Atlanteans who survived the destruction of their home and escaped to a number of different regions on Earth, and some of them ended up in the Amazon, where they eventually settled down. Col. Fawcett made eight expeditions, disappearing in the last one, in very strange circumstances.
Did he find the lost city of Z in the Amazonian jungle? Could the Lost City of Z be connected to El Dorado and Atlantis? And what exactly happened to Col. Fawcett in his last expedition?
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