Poseidonis was one of the colonies, along with Zothique and Mayapan, established by Atlanteans after the Great Cataclysm on the east coast of the new continent formed from the upheaval of the Pictish islands as the mountain peak of a new continent.
Tolometh was the Black God of the Abyss in Poseidonis. Allegedly, his fame attracted "incredible far peoples", and a, eternal file of brown slaves came in from mines of chalcedon, camels from the long plateaus to bring him sard, peridoz, incense and cinnamon. All women fell to him, and he performed Hell-black wizardries.
At some point, Poseidonis sank.
- Poseidonis was a fictional location, a remnant of Atlantis, first mentioned by theosophist Helena Blavatsky (mentioned as being named by Plato himself).
- According to theosophist William Scott-Elliot, Ruta, a remnant of Atlantis, eventually became Poseidonis.
- It was also mentioned by Algernon Blackwood in his story "Sand" (published in 1912), and later in Clark Ashton Smith's in his poem "Tolometh" (copyright 1958), which is included in "Into the citadel of Sin", in Conan the Adventurer #13 (June, 1995).
- 1 Appearances of Poseidonis
- Minor Appearances of Poseidonis
- Media Poseidonis was Mentioned in
- 1 Images featuring Poseidonis
- Location Gallery: Poseidonis