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Page 199: "Atlantheon", Atlantean culture and religion; blue and green ink; part 2/2
Page 200: "I will find you father"; green ink
Page 201: "Family trees" of mentor/apprentice lineage in San Fransisco, Mysterium and Silver Ladder
Page 202: "Family trees" of mentor/apprentice lineage in San Fransisco, Guardians of the Veil, Free Council and Adamantine Arrow
Page 203: "Wake from your sleep, fated children" plea; Latin, Tengwar, blue ink
Page 204: Listing and descriptions of the nine "fallen civilizations" / "Atlantises" of Hindu teachings; green ink
Page 205: Diagram showing the layout of the cosmology, with explanation underneath
Page 206: "In the beginning were made the Dragons" creation story; red ink
Page 207: "The True nature of Time, and its manifestations within the fallen world"; part 1/2
Page 208: "The True nature of Time, and its manifestations within the fallen world"; part 2/2, followed by H.C. Andersen story in vertical Norse runes
Page 209: Most of page is in Norse runes (the continuation of the H.C. Andersen story started on the previous page), then Lemurian and other scribblings
Page 210: Dissertation on essence of Fate & how it's defined by family; fullpage of blue infernal
Page 211: How people of ancient cultures also searched for Atlantis; red ink
Page 212: Timeline of events in history; green ink; Part 1/2
Page 213: Timeline of events in history; green ink; Part 2/2
Page 214: Remedy #169, Ointment of Invisibility; red ink
Page 215: Mennesket og Stjernene, poem in gold & silver Lemurian; infernal border-text on immortality, change & learning
Page 216: "Annotations and Clarifications", each listing in different color, script and style; double page spread, part 1/2
Page 217: "Annotations and Clarifications", each listing in different color, script and style; double page spread, part 2/2
Page 218: "Preghiamo che questo"; large writing in Italian; green ink
Page 219: The old-fashioned, strictly orthodox Magely story of the settling of Atlantis, the Civil War, the Ladder and the Fall; green ink
Page 220: "A truth that's told with bad intent | beats all the lies you can invent", poem (William Blake, 'Auguries of Innocence')


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