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William Scott-Elliot (1849-1919) was a theosophist and follower of Helena Blavatsky. In The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria - first published in 1896 - the author explores the histories of the two legendary lost continents in light of Blavatsky's theories about ancient history and lost races. There are similarities with some of Edgar Cayce’s claims, and it is said that H P Lovecraft was inspired by Scot-Elliot’s writing in constructing the "Cthulhu Mythos".

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writen for professor's not for the general public,

to hard to follow. it talk about the world HISTORY, not the title of the book

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  • M.Biblioswine
  • 11-07-2020

This is not for me

I got this book because I wanted to see if I could see its influence on the work of Lovecraft. I suppose. And I don’t like it.

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