An A-Z Guide To The Search For Plato's Atlantis

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La Voce d’Atlantide

La Voce d’Atlantide was the title of the first Italian journal, since the beginning of the Second World War, to focus on the Atlantis enigma. It was published in Genoa by the Centro Culturale Atlantide and was edited by Gianni Belli in 1956, but only lasted until 1958.

The Centro Culturale Atlantide would appear to have taken a more esoteric approach to the Atlantis question and seems to have had an even greater interest in astronomy(a). However, although Belli supported the existence of Atlantis as described by Plato, he also considered that man originated on Venus! This daft idea was based on a distorted interpretation of the importance of the planet in the Mayan Calendar.

(a) http://uranialigustica.altervista.org/0_linee/ail_025_028.pdf *