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Possible Atlantis Site Discovered Off Brazil The long list of possible locations for Atlantis has grown lengthier. The latest addition is off the coast of Brazil where Japanese scientists in a deep sea submersible have identified large deposits of granite and quartz sand on the ocean floor more than 8,000 feet below the surface. That is deemed important because both materials form only on dry land, hence the region was, apparently, once above water. The discovery, about 900 miles from Rio de Janiero has caused…

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Could a Pole Shift Happen Fast? While the danger of a “pole shift” (as described in researcher John White’s best-selling book of that name) was once cause for public alarm and dire warnings, in recent years the threat has been discounted. While a catastrophic change in the angle of the axis about which our planet turns no longer worries most scientists, a change in Earth’s magnetic poles is considered not only possible but also inevitable. And while, up until recently, a shift in the magnetic…

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Ancient Greeks in Peru? When Hesiod, the Greek poet of the eighth century BC, spoke of Theogony and its labyrinths at the end of the world, was he actually describing the ruins of Chauvain de Huantar in the Andes of Peru? A retired professor of physics at Federal University in Rio de Janeiro, Argentina believes he was. In his 2011 book, Journey to the Mythological Inferno, Dr. Enrico Mattievich claimed that there are surprising similarities between Hesiod’s descriptions and key locales in ancient Peru. The…

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ANCIENT TEMPLES USED ACOUSTIC TECHNOLOGIES Located south of Sicily, the islands of Malta and Gozo are home to megalithic structures created by a highly devel­oped people more than a thousand years ahead of Stonehenge and the pyramids. The monuments, including ancient temples, represent free-standing architecture in its purest and most original form. Design features, including cor­beled ceilings, are mirrored in subterranean mortuary shrines that have been carved out of solid limestone. (In archi­tecture, corbeling is a system of a row of stones oversailing the one…

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History Channel to Spotlight Possible Atlantis Discoveries The History Channel has a new documentary in the works focusing on the search for Atlantis and featuring astonish­ing recent underwater discoveries by Drs. Greg and Lora Little in the Bahamas. The Littles are well known to Atlantis Rising readers. Their tireless underwater explorations have already pro­duced massive evidence of ancient civilization near Bimini, at Andros Island and elsewhere. The new History Channel show is set to reveal discoveries made this year and shows several apparently manmade structures…

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THE GIZA TEMPLATE Researcher Unlocks Advanced Geometric Secrets in the Ancient Site Pennsylvania woodcarver Ed Nightingale is raising some eyebrows in alternative Egyptology circles. His elegant geo­metric solution to the complete layout of the Giza Plateau is revealing a level of sophistication for the ancient build­ers long suspected but unproven, at least as far as mainstream archaeology is concerned. Nightingale shows how har­monically related circles with a ratio of 4 to 3 to 2 precisely convey the layout of the vast arrangement and its nine…

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CPAK TO HOST WEST, SCHOCH, HANCOCK & BAUVAL IN SAN DIEGO The four researchers who, in the mid 90s, shook up the public and academia with powerful challenges to convention­al theories of civilized origins, will make a rare joint appearance this fall in San Diego. John Anthony West, Robert Schoch, Graham Hancock, and Robert Bauval will all be present at the CPAK conference on the campus of the Uni­versity of California at San Diego on the weekend of October 6-7. In 1994 West and Schoch…

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FREE ENERGY BREAKTHROUGH CLAIMED BY IRISH COMPANY Free Energy is in the news again, but this time with a twist. Steorn, a Dublin, Ireland based hi-tech company has run an ad in Britain’s Economist magazine challenging the world’s top scientists to come and disprove its new free-energy technology. The ad seeks 12 top physicists to serve as a kind of jury to investigate their claim, which essential­ly disputes one of the stated basic laws of physics—that you can’t get more energy out of a system…

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CAMBAY CIVILIZATION IS OLDEST YET DISCOVERED The once lost civilization at the bottom of India’s Gulf of Cambay is yielding more secrets to researchers and provid­ing new support for the authenticity of global flood myths. Now a new report from the chief geologist with the organization which has been investigating the region has drawn some startling conclusions about the age and advancement of a previously unknown prediluvian society which could be the oldest yet discovered. The term ‘prediluvian’ refers to a time predating the deluge…

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EDITOR PERSECUTED FOR INTELLIGENT DESIGN STUDY When Richard Sternberg, editor of the scientific journal Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, decid­ed last year to publish a paper making the case for “Intelligent Design” he had no idea what he was in for. Despite scrupulous attention to correct peer review procedures, Sternberg, who holds two Ph.D.’s in Biology was accused of being a shoddy scientist and a Bible thumper and of taking money under the table from fundamentalists. “I was basi­cally run out of here,”…

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