Originally posted by hellobruce
Originally posted by Mickles
Now with these pyramids being located in the bermuda triangle which is a known hotspot for aircraft disappearances,.
Actually, it is not. That is just an urban myth.
Originally posted by goou111
Originally posted by Kissplash
My belief is that this account of finding Atlantis is false. It can't be true because it if were governments all around the world would be funding it and talking about it...just to give people a 'Feel good about humanity! We're about to discover an ancient secret together!" one world order feeling.
I want to believe that it is Atlantis. Because Edgar Cayce said it was there. But I find it hard to believe that it wouldn't be hyped up more. Something isn't right about the whole thing.
Originally posted by anotherseeker
Originally posted by lostinspace
Andrew Collins just e-mailed me a few minutes ago!
It was very kind of him to explain the situation to me.
This is what he said.
There is no conspiracy, simply human necessities. Paulina Zelitsky and Paul Weinzweig held out as long as possible for the best possible deal on world rights to release pictures and video footage of what had been found. I know, I was involved with the deal from Random House, and was to have ghost written the accompanying book, which would have been accredited to them (I was chosen since the agent working on the project was working with me also, and I had just released GATEWAY TO ATLANTIS, which pinpointed Cuba as the site of the main island of Atlantis). The figure on offer was six figures in pounds sterling (based on a sliding scale of what had been discovered), but Paulina Zelitsky and Paul Weinzweig refused the offer, wanting even more to fund their future expeditions. They hoped that NatGeo would top the offer. However, when finally the pair released video footage of what they had found it was deemed both of poor quality and not what was hoped, and since Zelitsky and Weinzweig had run out of money, a stalemate ensued. No further footage could be got, so the Random House offer (which they could have taken) was withdrawn. I have no idea what offer NatGeo made, but I suspect it was afterwards withdrawn also.
Zelitsky and Weinzweig had to go back to what they know best – treasure hunting and vessel salvage, and no one has heard from them since. They have simply vanished off the map.
This said, I firmly believe that prehistoric archaeology does await discovery off Cuba, and hopefully within the next year I will take part in a major expedition to identity suspected structures off both the north and south coasts of the island.
Cuba is by far the best candidate for Atlantis’s flag ship, and one day hopefully we will be in a position to prove that.
What exactly Zelitsky and Weinzweig discovered remains a mystery. Whether artificial structures, ballast from Russian submarines or natural features, we might never know. All theories are possible.
It looks like Paulina Zelitsky and Paul Weinzweig lost their chance at some funding for more exploration at the MEGA site. Too bad they didn't take the first offer. They may have found some good evidence if they went with Random House. If anyone is going to find undeniable facts about a sunken city near Cuba, in the near future, it will be Andrew Collins.
I just wanted to quote this email response that Ats member lostinspace got on 7/30/2008 from Andrew Collins, who wrote the book Gateway to Atlantis. Instead of a conspiracy, another possibility which is more boring but just as sad is that they just missed their opportunity for funding to go back to the site. So it could have been another case of bad timing, stifling bureaucracy, and judgmental people who weren't too open minded or interested in this discovery.
Originally posted by Unity_99
Its not Atlantis, or it is in a sense. Atlantis is off of Ireland, but its also off of Sicily and Spain and the middle east. There was a land mass, in many areas in the Atlantic, and there was land mass in the Pacific too, its not one place, but alot of plates went down apparently, past cycles.