If the 300BC Etruscan bronze divination liver (also known as the Piacenza liver), is an interpretation of the plain of ATLANTIS, then it is likely that the original "Eden", as described by the Hebrews, was not in Mesopotamia, but rather on ATLANTIS! Astonishingly the word "plain" in the Sumerian language (which was most certainly used by the Hebrews), is translated as EDEN! Had Plato been Sumerian rather than Greek, he wouldn't have referred to as ATLANTIS as a "plain" but rather as an "Eden".
     The significance of the obervation that some divination livers were representations of ATLANTIS, is that most of these divination tools not only predate Plato, but also Moses (about 13th Century BC) as well! This means that if the ancient divination livers are truly representations of a sunken landmass in the Atlantic, then there truly was a Great Flood! This means that the flood epics preserved by nearly every culture around the world are most certainly based upon a singular epochal event. It also means that the various interpretations of flood epics are not based upon one another, but are likely to be differing recollections of oral traditions that have been passed down from the times of the Ice Age. If this is true, then pagan antediluvian tradition and Hebrew antediluvian tradition are most certainly based upon the same events and beliefs.
      These observations may seem coincidental, but when we examine some of the ancient "omens" associated with the specific places of the cuneiform inscribed divination livers, astonishing revelations are made. On one such cuneiform inscribed divination liver found at Mari in Syria, it says that there were "towns that were destroyed here", implying that this liver model is in fact a map of a place destroyed!