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Irish monks were present during volcanic processes and earthquakes that accompanied the process of the destruction of Atlantis remains, as evidenced by the several stories embedded in the fabric "Life." First of all, it is the case with Yaskontiem, giant sea monster at the back which allegedly repeatedly stopped the travelers, taking him for an island. For the first time this stop almost ended in tragedy: "When they came to another island, the ship began before they could reach the harbor. Saint Brendan ordered the brothers to get off the ship into the sea, which they did. They pulled the boat on both sides with the help of ropes as long as the ship is not entered into the harbor. It was this island is very rocky, and it did not grow grass. Les grew up there rarely, and on the shore of the island was not entirely of sand. [116] The brothers spent the night outside in prayer and vigil, the same man of God was sitting inside the vehicle. He knew what this island, but did not want to tell the brothers, lest they be frightened.

The Independent Statesmen, and Liberal Landlord or a respectful tribute to T. W. Coke, M.P. for the County of Norfolk by James Parkerson

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