In a dusty attic there lies the skill in which to entry one other international. A sunken global lengthy unvisited through guy. there's a option to be made among strong and evil, a call that can modify the very life of mankind, because it did as soon as prior to. An old evil no much less effective with the passing of time is able to be unleashed at the global of guys once more and but there's wish. desire, that's, if the correct offerings are made. Eli didn’t care approximately a lot. in reality his persevered lifestyles relied on now not being installed a place to care in regards to the larger consequence of existence round him, which had stolen from him what he enjoyed such a lot in existence, his relations. Now his relatives consisted of an not going pairing of misfits, who make up the workforce of his salvage send, Celestia’s Prize. He wishes cash, if he hopes to maintain with the funds on his send and the avoidance of the existence he as soon as lived on land. His want is to stay at sea clear of the realm and the painful thoughts of his previous. these in determined desire of cash are usually not recognized for clever determination making so while Eli catches the trace of a Civil battle period treasure fleet enroute for England from the beleaguered Southern Confederacy, in a determined bid to shop for the allegiance of the English Crown into becoming a member of in at the aspect of the South, he’s greater than intrigued via the salvage possibilities on hand. The treasure fleet disappeared, yet now, because of examine and a few speculative instincts, he now has the most important through which to discover it. at the very least he thinks so, yet treasure, so usually illusive, weaves a story of a unique nature. A story of greed and enslavement by way of one’s fellow guy and the gateway to a ownership that chains the soul and unleashes hell.
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What that may be used to be nonetheless a secret, yet God had introduced me the following for a function and if He sought after it performed then it'd be performed. It looked to be a wide island, yet now not the island continent of old fables. probably it had damaged up into smaller items whilst it had fallen via from the area above. perhaps it wasn’t Atlantis in any respect, however the lone volcano spout lifting above the tall forests of the island appeared to testify to the truth that this was once the remnant of the landmass that have been Atlantis at one time. A harbor grew to become famous as I picked out the outlines of ships, homes, or even extra proof of cultivation. I puzzled back interestingly for the hundredth time as to why the whales had left us and hadn’t escorted us into port. It took us over an hour for the main points to begin status out to us and after they did it turned obvious that we were spotted in addition. The ships within the harbor have been what you can still count on of the good crusing period of the seventeen 1000s and a bit later. I observed no ironclad battleships one of the moored vessels. There were numerous to make the voyage with the Southern fleet, yet in retrospection I reasoned they had most likely rusted out lengthy given that. Even the wood ships at anchor regarded of a newer building than a carry over remnant from the Civil conflict period. It have been approximately one hundred fifty years in view that those humans had come the following, yet know-how had appeared to stand nonetheless and didn’t seem to have improved any. That was once unusual i presumed to myself. Had all of Atlantis’s titanic know-how been destroyed besides every little thing else within the nice flood? it's going to look so, not less than, from outward appearances. I had part anticipated to have alien having a look gunships soaring within the air throughout us as we have been threatened with being blown aside through loss of life rays. whereas i used to be pleased that wasn’t the case i used to be stunned. Had those plantation proprietors rather simply been becoming plants all this time? They didn’t also have a industry to promote produce to! Or did they? there have been loads of inquiries to be spoke back. i may see humans lining the docks within the distance. As we acquired nearer I observed anything within the water beside one of many ships at anchor. It was once a whale and it was once lifeless. there have been humans up and down the size of the whale slicing it up and harvesting the carcass for meat and blubber. I appeared round on the different ships at anchor. each one send had a figurehead decoration of a whale tusk fixed to its prow. I wasn’t against the perform of whaling, yet there appeared whatever off with this setup. a majority of these ships have been whaling ships. What desire may there be for therefore many whaling vessels? Why kill whales who seemed to now not have it out for people, yet as an alternative secure them? i used to be beginning to get uneasy approximately my determination to make a daring strategy into the harbor. perhaps we must always have simply attempted to slide ashore omitted someplace and try the waters first. Oh good, we have been dedicated now. It used to be as much as God to carry us if I had made a mistake, as I even now feared that I had. Matt seemed alongside the dock and people accumulated upon it in surprise, “I can’t think what I’m seeing!