Publisher’s Letter

Probing the Depths of Human History

BY J. DOUGLAS KENYON

The other night we were watching a rerun of the History Channel’s report on “Japan’s Underwater Pyramids” (Histo­ry’s Mysteries). An investigation of recent discoveries near Okinawa, which some believe to be artifacts from a lost civilization and others think are natural formations, the program offered interviews with Atlantis Rising favorites Graham Hancock, Robert Schoch and John Anthony West. It is, of course, great fun to watch the mainstream media wrestle with the shocking possibility that the standard historical paradigm—which says, for one thing, civilization is…

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Making Sense Out of ‘Nonsense’

By J. Douglas Kenyon

In June we learned that the so-called Voynich Manuscript has a ‘genuine message.’ That is not to say that the mysterious fifteenth-century book has been translated, only that it must mean something. A statistical analysis of the words and letters in Voynich (named after its discoverer) is now said to reveal patterns consistent with real language. This is a big deal because, up until now, the consensus has been that Voynich is a hoax, containing only gibberish—meant to look like it means something when it…

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When Contents Are Explosive

By J. Douglas Kenyon

For the past two years Atlantis Rising has released several exciting new collections of articles selected from the thousands of explosive pages, which we have published so far. These books contain some of the most astonishing, yet credible, writing on ancient mysteries, unexplained anomalies, future science, etc., available anywhere. All are now part of what we are calling the Atlantis Rising Magazine Library. Titles released so far include Paradigm Busters, Forgotten Origins, and Missing Connections, but that is only the halfway point in our plan….

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