“Convoy to Atlantis”
By Robert Fuqua.
The Atlantis Blueprint
Ancient Mysteries reviews Rand Flem-Ath and Colin Wilson’s The Atlantis Blueprint. The book suggests that humanity is much, much older than most people believe and that we’ve progressed and regressed technologically over the ages. The theory goes that Atlantis was the pinnacle of one progression and that it’s destruction sent us into a regression. Or maybe the destruction of Atlantis is just a metaphor for a technological regression that occured some other way. I can’t really tell from the review.
It’s a fascinating thought though. And even if it’s not completely original, I’m curious to see how Flem-Ath and Wilson flesh it out and support it.
Forget all that nonsense about their scattering all over the world and seeding new civilizations. Maybe they really just turned into dolphins.
Corydon and the Fall of Atlantis
The Corydon series sounds fun. The first book was called Corydon and the Island of Monsters; the second is Corydon and the Fall of Atlantis. The last in the trilogy will be Corydon and the Siege of Troy. Based on the titles – and Corydon’s being the goat-footed son of Pan – I think I need to try these out.
Countdown to New Atlantis
Underwater cities are coming. You heard it here first.
The downside is that Atlantis Resources’ CEO is named Timothy Cornelius, which is inarguably the name of a man bent on using this power to take over the surface world with his army of aquatic warriors.
At least Dr. Cornelius’ evil, undersea henchmen will be appropriately dressed once Iodice comes out with his Atlantis-inspired Spring-Summer line next year.
Why is that lady lying in the water?
Atlantis: Dubai and Bahamas outposts
Please take me with you.
As long as we’re getting hoity-toity