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I have now published my new book, Joining The Dots, which offers a fresh look at the Atlantis mystery. I have addressed the critical questions of when, where and who, using Plato's own words, tempered with some critical thinking and a modicum of common sense.


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Bischoff, Günter

Gunther BischoffGünter Bischoff (1950- ) has written (in German) a number of papers(a)(b) that strongly support Spanuth’s theory, which places Atlantis in the North Sea with the royal capital on a Helgoland larger than what we have today. He believes that its megalithic influence extended from Scandinavia and the British Isles on to North West France and southern Spain and the Western Mediterranean. He also includes central Europe and the Atlantic island groups in this loose confederation.

Bischoff also blames the Phaeton encounter for the destruction of the capital of Atlantis. Dale Drinnon has given us a translation(c) of Bischoff’s extensive paper on this matter. Further information is available on the Atlantisforschung.de website(d).

In 2016, Bischoff published his ideas in book form with a volume entitled Atlantis und sein Zentrum Althelgoland (Atlantis and its center Althelgoland)[1216].

Bischoff also supports Spanuth in identifying amber as the orichalcos referred to by Plato and accepting the Sea Peoples as ‘North Sea’ Peoples.

Bischoff is due to give a lecture (in German) on his search for Atlantis, entitled Plato, Phaeton and Atlantis, on Saturday, July 8th, in Dresden(e) at 18.00 hours.

(a) http://www.eichner-dresden.de/atlantis/

(b) SYNESIS-Magazin Nr. 83 (5/2007) http://www.efodon.de/

*(c) http://frontiers-of-anthropology.blogspot.com/2011/08/fall-of-phaethon-by-gunter-bischoff.html (link broken August 2018) See: Archive 3588*

(d) http://atlantisforschung.de/index.php?title=G%C3%BCnter_Bischoff (German)

*(e) http://www.museen-dresden.de/index.php?lang=de&node=termine&resartium=events&tempus=half&locus=palitzschmuseum&event=2919&reference=2919_1201707081800*