Spanish researcher claims to have found Atlantis

Spanish researcher Manuel Cuevas claims to have found Atlantis, the mythical city/state described in the texts of the Greek philosopher Plato, near the Doñana nature reserve, located in Andalusia, following evidence based on satellite images taken from the region. Cuevas firmly believes that Andalucia was home to the great Atlantean civilization. Continue reading Spanish researcher claims to have found Atlantis

The Bimini Road: pathway to Atlantis

According to Plato’s dialogues “Timaeus” and “Critias” the mighty city-continent of Atlantis was a powerful and highly advanced kingdom that sank in one day and one night, never to be seen or heard from again, somewhere around 9600 B.C.

Researchers around the globe have proposed countless theories where they believe this once mighty kingdom is located. Some scholars suggest that Atlantis was located at the Greek island of Santorini; destroyed by a volcanic eruption around 1,600 B.C. But Greek philosopher Plato described Atlantis in size, as Libya and Asia Minor put together, suggesting it was located somewhere in the Atlantic, beyond the Pillars of Hercules. Others however believe that Atlantis might have been located somewhere near Bimini, around 50 miles east of Miami, Florida. Continue reading The Bimini Road: pathway to Atlantis