Antediluvian Worldby Ignatius Donnelly  This is the complete text of the 19th
Century bestseller that started the modern Atlantis craze. Required
reading for anyone interested in Atlantis,
Ragnarok: The Age of Fire and Gravelby Ignatius Donnelly
 This follow up to Atlantis, the Antediluvian World, is a sensational description of how a commentary
impact could have destroyed an unknown prehistoric civilization.
Donnelly ties this into Atlantis, but it goes far beyond the existence
of a sunken continent to the lost origins of our own civilization. The
thesis presented in this book has actually gained plausibility in
recent years because of recent discoveries.
The Book of Dzyanby H.P. Blatavsky
 22,276 bytes This excerpt from Helena Blatavskys' "The
Secret Doctrine" is supposed to be an actual book from Lemuria summarizing occult knowledge about the
evolution of the universe. In reality it was 'channeled'. The
Theosophists greatly elaborated the Atlantis story, adding numerous
additional lost continents such as Hyperborea,
Ruta, Poseidonis; and peopled them with an
entire succession of pre-human species. (See the Scott-Elliot
The Story of Atlantisby W. Scott-Elliot
 In this work, W. Scott-Elliot rehashes
some of the Donnelly material, then
'channels' an imaginative Theosophic
history of the Earth, including details of the Theosophic
concept of human evolution and everyday life in old Atlantis.
The Lost Lemuriaby W. Scott-Elliot
 A short essay by Scott-Elliot on the lost
continent which preceeded Atlantis in Theosophic beliefs: Lemuria.
A Dweller on Two Planetsby Frederick S. Oliver
 This is a very influential speculative
novel of Atlantis and points beyond, purportedly composed via automatic
writing by a teenager in the shadow of Mount Shasta.