The Eden-Atlantis Project

The Archeological Site of Eden and Atlantis in the Eastern Mediterranean

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"I believe Captain Bates's arguments for further exploration justify the next phase of survey. I cannot wait to see this site examined more deeply." —From the Preface by Marianne Franklin, PhD, Director of Southern Oceans Archaeological Research 1992-2016
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Book Details

Pages

108 Pages

Size

5.5 x 8.5

Format

Trade Paperback

Pub. Date

02/01/2023

ISBN

978-1-57983-100-4

Publisher

Origin Press

Authors

Plato's legendary account of a sunken island civilization called Atlantis has fascinated adventurers for centuries. Recent efforts to find Plato's lost island have culminated in two exciting underwater surveys in the Eastern Mediterranean that were staged in 2004 and 2006 both of which uncovered tantalizing evidence that strongly merits additional inquiry. In this color-illustrated book, Commodore Robert S. Bates sifts through the acquired evidence and argues that our search for Atlantis or what some call Eden may now be narrowed to a sunken continent adjacent to Cyprus that geologists located decades ago. The History Channel funded and filmed the second expedition to this site, but you will learn in this book why a third expedition may now be warranted. In recognition of the likely confluence of the two great legends of Atlantis and Eden, Bates calls the ongoing research into this sunken land the Eden-Atlantis Project. This short book offers you a thorough review of the recently obtained archeological evidence pointing to an Eastern Mediterranean location for Eden-Atlantis. It also links these new scientific facts with the historical evidence that a proto-civilization may have preceded the known civilizations of the ancient Near East.
 
This edition is a reprinting of the second edition (9780578527659) published in March 2020.
 

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"I believe Captain Bates's arguments for further exploration justify the next phase of survey. I cannot wait to see this site examined more deeply." —From the Preface by Marianne Franklin, PhD, Director of Southern Oceans Archaeological Research 1992-2016 "Bates makes a compelling case for the location of Atlantis." —From the Foreword by Peter Levenda, author of Sekret Machines and numerous other titles "Bates proposes a critical need for a deeper sounding of the seas."—Janelle Balnicke, filmmaker for "Joseph Campbell: The Hero's Journey"