The Atlantis Plague Themes & Motifs

A.G. Riddle
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Immaru vs. Immari

In The Atlantis Plague by A.G. Riddle, the Immaru are a group of Tibetan monks who lived in isolation in the Tibetan mountain range. Scientist Martin Grey is convinced that they are direct descendants of the Proto-Indo-Europeans (PIE) who had tremendous impact on the evolution of humankind. The PIE were the civilization that were the precursor for most people living in the Middle East, Europe and India today. Half the population of the world is directly descended from PIE groups. Historians have used language as a basis for tracing the origins of people today. The PIE lived in either the Eurasian Steppes or Anatolia, known today as southwestern Russia or Turkey.

The Immari are a group that splintered from the Immaru who had grown impatient with the myth and allegory and wanted to pursue answers in archeology or science. The Immari became a...

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