In order to reject the I’nnatist interpretation of Plato’s anamnesis, one can refer to the two revealing evidence in Phaedrus and Republic. What Plato has in mind by the myth of the Soul’s Cycles with gods in Phaedrus and the famous Allegory of the Cave in Republic, as will be proved in this article, well shows that Plato had absolutely no idea of what is easily accepted by some modern philosophers, even the western ones, under the title of innatism.