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Felipoff, M.

M. Felipoff is referred to as a Russian refugee who lived in Algiers in the early part of the 20th century. He is noted as an astronomer(a) and around 1930 he presented a report to the French Academy of Sciences in which he claimed to have astronomically calculated the exact date of the demise of Atlantis in the Atlantic as 7256 BC(b) . He also maintained that “both the Egyptian and Mexican traditions agree in stating that the island disappeared when the sun was in Cancer.”(c)

Little else is heard of Monsieur Felipoff until a brief mention in The Queensland Times (9 February 1939, p.5) and a later reference in Harold T. WilkinsSecret Cities of Old South America.

(a)  https://numerique-banq-qc-ca.translate.goog/patrimoine/details/52327/4248562?_x_tr_sl=fr&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc  Le Petit Journal, Montreal, 26 October 1930. p.45

(b) https://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/ttp/ttp_v39n01.pdf

(c) Monsieur Felipoff – Atlantisforschung.de