Legends Summarized: Atlantis

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Legends Summarized: Atlantis


Don’t get TOO excited, Plato’s pretty dry.
Eh? Eh? Geddit? But seriously.

(Won’t it be fun if the conspiracy algorithms pick this one up?)

No, the ending song isn’t “under the sea”, I already did it twice.


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31 Responses

  1. Mr Ardmore says:


  2. Nicodemus Edwards says:

    The real Atlantis is the friends we made along the way.

  3. Mika says:

    maybe the real atlantis was the friends we made along the way

  4. Strong Hold says:

    Anyone who wants to believe the story of Atlantis should go watch Graham Hankock on the Joe Rogen Podcast

  5. Fixie Gazelle says:

    What the f+ck…if you talk alot slower one can accually understand your words and sentences

  6. Mad Sweeney says:

    I believe Atlantis was a real lace, nothing magical nothing crazy like that, just another civilization that got unlucky and their island got sunk by one natural disaster or another. Fuck it's even believed that the remnants of Atlantis are under one Bulgarian city on the shore, it seems that even in history Atlantis was a real place, I don't think it's anything crazy but I believe it existed

  7. Hans-Georg Lundahl says:

    Doggerland, 11 000 YA = mid GbT.

  8. Hans-Georg Lundahl says:

    8:06 Why not "Atlantis is Göbekli Tepe", while we are at it?

    Also not under water, but under sand, Klaus Schmitt who excavated considered it deliberately buried (fitting in with Genesis 11:8).

    Obviously, Graham Hancock has a rather different view on connexion Atlantis – GbT.

    To him GbT area had been inhabited by hunters gatherers for thousands of years, not for the 401 years between Flood and birth of Peleg, would be 355 years between Flood and beginning of Babel, and pre-Flood technology in memory but not tried in action was not a close and hot option. To me it is.

  9. Hans-Georg Lundahl says:

    6:26 One side to this : thanks to Plato, no Conquistadors up to Columbus (when we had gunpowder).

    End of Middle Ages, scholasticism was ready to say Plato could have been wrong on the mud shoal.

    I wouldn't have liked a failed attempt and Mayans and Azteks conquering Rome and Spain.

  10. Hans-Georg Lundahl says:

    2:35 It seems a bit as if Athenians eschewing luxury (Plato) and Athens in carbon dated 9500 BC being goat herders (archaeology) are not all that at odds.

    Perhaps Athenians refused to go to Babel aka Göbekli Tepe to build that tower … (Genesis 11) though the known shirkers were the Hebrews, who as a reward kept the original pre-Babel language, since then known as Hebrew (unless it was in fact Aramaic).

  11. Khanh Nguyen says:

    Well since you mention Yugioh…I will summon the great weviathan and destetoy the world!

  12. DerpyAxolotl says:

    1:34 i misheard play-dough

  13. evan david says:

    Great video as ever…just wish Red could have sung Donovan's 'Atlantis' at the end, yes? All together now…!!!

    'The continent of Atlantis was an island
    Which lay before the great flood
    In the area we now call the Atlantic Ocean
    So great an area of land, that from her western shores
    Those beautiful sailors journeyed
    To the South and the North Americas with ease
    In their ships with painted sails

    To the east, Africa was a neighbor
    Across a short strait of sea miles
    The great Egyptian age is but a remnant of the Atlantean culture
    The antediluvian kings colonized the world
    All the gods who play in the mythological dramas
    In all legends from all lands were from fair Atlantis
    Knowing her fate, Atlantis sent out ships to all corners of the Earth
    On board were the Twelve
    The poet, the physician, the farmer, the scientist
    The magician and the other so-called gods of our legends
    Though gods they were
    And as the elders of our time choose to remain blind
    Let us rejoice and let us sing and dance and ring in the new
    Hail Atlantis!

    Way down below the ocean
    Where I wanna be, she may be
    Way down below the ocean
    Where I wanna be, she may be
    Way down below the ocean
    Where I wanna be, she may be

    Way down below the ocean
    Where I wanna be, she may be
    Way down below the ocean
    Where I wanna be, she may be

    My antediluvian baby…'

    (If you don't know the song, try this version at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcUlQAfJuXE for size…or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeYihjMo0Bk if you prefer the Futurama version…!!!)

  14. evan david says:

    Fun Fact: Atlantis has shown up in at least two Doctor Who TV stories (so far), and has been referenced in many more…but it's pretty much been a different Atlantis each time, yes? (See this article at http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2015/06/when-doctor-who-went-to-atlantis for further details…)

  15. evan david says:

    Aquaman's fun and all – especially the Brave and the Bold version ('Outrageous!') – but me, I wanna see Prince Namor on the big screen soon – and preferably in the next Fantastic Four movie, yes…?!

  16. logy650 says:

    Gotta love my man Plato

  17. Scythela says:


  18. Bella Blackmist says:


  19. Emilia Chisholm says:

    Why are the postroll songs actually good!?!?!?

  20. Sayori Sunshine says:

    How does one hear Evanescence's going under as under the sea -._-.

  21. Cheshire Cat says:

    I found a whole thriving city underwater. I think I have found Atlantis. Wait, no, that's just Rapture. I thought it was the other underwater city with macguffin tech.

  22. KozuNO Draws says:

    That singing in the end was pretty cool tho

  23. remraily9 says:

    Wait Blue Is Actually Uncomfortable With The Movie? I thought that was a joke. Blue try to watch the movie it might make your day. . . Or kick up your phobia. Just take it in doses it might help you overcome it.

  24. Matt Andrews says:

    Ooh, that closing cover crooning, though. I want it to be the last thing I hear before I die.

  25. Dr Agon says:

    okay but the trench scene from aquaman was terrifying

  26. spudthepug says:

    I’m with you Blue. Deep water is just plain nope material.

  27. Derron Mendel says:

    I was watching this for like the fifth time, and I just realized:


  28. Daniel Malinen says:

    Has anyone else read itself what Plato really wrote about Atlantis? Or have you read only its, which some one scientist has said to be wrong in this myth?

    I recommend reading Plato's version.

    Atlantis comes from the Egyptian myth of Neith from the city of Sais, which was first translated into Greek and was edited several times throughout history. So Plato lets us understand that the story he heard (according to himself) from his friend is not in its original form. Today, Sais is nothing more than a ruins and we will never know what was told in this city's temple.

  29. killerturd117 says:

    If blue doesnt like the ocean i wonder how he would like subnautica

  30. PhoenixFeathers 13 says:

    okay but I still wanna explore the eye of the saharah

  31. Yuna McHill says:

    Oh my God!! I totally get Blue!! I have Thalassophobia as well and it gets so bad I can't even swim in pools anymore, POOLS! Thalassophobians, unite!

    It's a little bit sad to think that Atlantis is not real and that Plato was just messing with us. The legend's been around for centuries. But it rocks that Doggerland has been discovered, I've never heard of it before!

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