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    Joining The Dots

    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.Read More »
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Christopher Dunn

Kenyon, J. Douglas

J. Douglas Kenyon is the editor and publisher of the well-known douglas kenyonAtlantis Rising magazine, now closed down. He is also the editor of the ‘Forbidden’ series of books. One of these  Forbidden History[802] is an anthology of over forty articles previously published in Atlantis Rising. The book covers a range of fascinating subjects including Darwinism, catastrophism, ancient technologies and ancient civilisations including Atlantis. Contributors include Will Hart, David Lewis(b), Frank Joseph, Robert Schoch and Christopher Dunn. Kenyon has written a number of introductory articles to the various sections of the book. Elsewhere(a), he has written a sympathetic review of the Flem-Aths’ Antarctic theory.

Although I cannot subscribe to many of  the ideas presented in his book I can certainly recommend it as a good overview of ‘alternative’ history.

>(a) https://web.archive.org/web/20190831203830/https://www.briantaylor.com/Atlantis.htm<

(b) https://cdn.preterhuman.net/texts/religion.occult.new_age/occult_library/Atlantis%20Rising%20Magazine/12contents.pdf

Scott Stones

The Scott Stones were discovered in 1997 submerged off the Bahamas and touted as remnants of Plato’s Atlantis. Through a scottstonesseries of press releases, from Aaron DuVal, claims of dramatic discoveries were made, but never substantiated. Attempts, by writers Christopher Dunn and Andrew Collins, to view the ‘stones’ were initially agreed to but eventually they came to nothing. The most rational explanation on offer so far is that these stones are in fact jettisoned ballast. It would be prudent to consider the whole story as a badly organised hoax.