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Blair, Nigel

Nigel Blair (1946-2005) was a British researcher who among other matters was a keen student of the Atlantis enigma. He was a founder of the Wessex Research Group(d), which appears to have aimed at producing a synthesis of the spiritual truths underlying all the major religious and philosophical movements. His interest in Atlantis led him to gather material for publication on the subject but death at a relatively early age has thwarted this. Some of his opinions are to be found on the Internet(a)(c).

Blair supported an early date for Atlantis with an Atlantic location and has drawn his views from such writers as Egerton Sykes, Otto Muck and Christian O’Brien. He also wrote a review(b) of Allan & Delair’s book Cataclysm that advocates the idea of a near collision of the Earth with a celestial body, which in turn triggered worldwide catastrophes.

>In a paper entitled Plato’s Atlantis(e), Blair was greatly influenced by Michael Baigent‘s Ancient Traces [141] and the Piri Reis Map, which convinced him that the Azores had held the location of Atlantis at the end of the last Ice Age.

(a) https://archive.is/s0Gw

(b) http://atlantipedia.ie/samples/archive-2412/

(c) http://www.wessexresearchgroup.org/articles1.html

(d) http://www.wessexresearchgroup.org/

(e) http://www.wessexresearchgroup.org/download/pdf_platos_atlantis.pdf<