Tomas, Andrew (L)
Andrew Tomas, (1906-2001), was born in St. Petersburg in Russia, but after stopovers in Finland, Manchuria, China and the USA he later became an Australian citizen. He has written a number of books on the theme of ancient technology and wisdom[349-51].
His book on Atlantis is fairly pedestrian fare that purports to link Plato’s city with an age of long lost high technology. Rob Solàrion, a fan of Sitchin’s Planet X theory, has written a commentary(a) on Tomas’ entire book.
In November 2015, Jason Colavito wrote a brief biography of Tomas’ globe-trotting life(b) and his early interest in UFO’s(c).
Rob Solàrion (Robert Traylor Russell)(1942-2010) was from Dallas, Texas and has written both on the Internet and in book form on a number of subjects including, Planet X or Nibiru(a), Pole Shift, Apollonius of Tyana(g) and Atlantis.
Although formerly a member of Maxine Asher’s group, as he developed his own theory of Polar Axial Displacement he came to be an ardent supporter of an Antarctic location for Atlantis.
His views on Atlantis in Antarctica, together with some caustic remarks about Asher(f) are available online.
Solàrion has written a commentary(e) on Andrew Tomas’ Atlantis book.
(b) https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/hercolobus/planetX/planetX02.htm#Chapter 2
Polar Axial Displacement
Polar Axial Displacement was the name given by the late Robert Solàrion(a) to his particular theory of pole shift or earth crustal displacement.
(a) See Archive 3507