Letters from Atlantis Social Concerns

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Letters from Atlantis is a fantasy tale about a civilization that might have flourished about twenty thousand years ago. Some time in our own civilization's future, scientists have figured out a way to send people's conscious minds into the past. These minds lodge in the minds of hosts, people who lived in the past. The main character is Roy Colton, who has been on several such trips into the past. Somewhere in a laboratory of the future his body lies sleeping, while his mind lives inside the mind of Ramifon Sigiliterimor Septagimot Stolifax Blayl (which translates as Beloved of the Gods and Light of the Universe), heir to the throne of Athilan, better known today as Atlantis; the prince is generally known as Ram. Through him, Roy gets a look at a worldwide empire that existed in the remote past of human history, and Roy learns...

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