I really don’t have much to add here other than “orichalcum” was a formula stated by Plato around 500BC *Before Christ* “When [Socrates] was gone, [Plato] joined Cratylus the Heracleitean and Hermogenes, who philosophized in the manner of Parmenides. Much of the work done was behind closed doors due to Religion, yeah Religion held us back 500 years before the alleged birth of Jesus. I had been aware of this substance Ingots/orichalcum and the Atlantis connection. There is text transcripts where Plato mentions it being a big part of what helped Atlantis be what it was. An ingot is a piece of material, usually metal, that is cast into a shape suitable for further processing. In steelmaking, it is the first step among semi-finished casting products. Ingots usually require a second procedure of shaping, such as cold/hot working, cutting, or milling to produce a useful final product. Non-metallic and semiconductor materials prepared in bulk form may also be referred to as ingots, particularly when cast by mold based methods. Precious metal ingots can be used as currency (with or without being processed into other shapes), or as a currency reserve, as with gold bars. At this time in History this compound would have been HUGE in building. So, all I can add is what I already knew.
We’ve all heard the legend of the lost city of Atlantis. Until this week, it’s been just that: a legend. However, this might change sooner than you think. Recently, a team of marine archaeologists off the coast of Sicily discovered 39 ingots of “orichalcum,” an alloy that was said to be created exclusively in Atlantis.
This is what the ingots look like. The Greek philosopher Plato wrote that orichalcum was exclusively created in Atlantis. According to the researchers, the ingots are made of copper, zinc, lead, iron, and nickel.
The ingots were found in the remains of an ancient Greek shipwreck from 2,600 years ago. The ship was likely sunk during a storm on its way to market
Orichalcum was purportedly invented by Cadmus (pictured below), and was highly sought after. Its value was second only to gold in the ancient world, according to Plato. This is the first time that any alleged orichalcum was ever found by researchers.
So could this mean that scientists are getting closer to finally solving the mystery of Atlantis? If so, this could be big.
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