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Frandsen, Marius

Marius Frandsen, was a Danish engineer who proposed during the middle of the last century that the Azores region held the location of Atlantis and that its plain lay on an underwater plateau to the south of the current archipelago(a)(b).

N. Zhirov noted [458.363] how Frandsen’s study found the dimensions of the plateau closely matched Plato’s dimensions for the plain.

(a)  “Atlantis – en realitet eller en utopi”, 1969, p.31, Strubes, København

(b) Pyramide Viskom (Pyramid Wisdom) Copenhagen, 1945