Is Atlantis in the watery deep
off of Cyprus? Robert Sarmast
"We believe our discovery will put Cyprus at the center of the world stage forever," Robert Sarmast told Reuters.
Sarmast said the east Mediterranean island is actually the pinnacle of the long-lost city and the rest of it is about one mile below sea level."
Of course, that's not even close to where Plato
said it was, but no matter. I have no doubt that there may be a lost city under the water around Cyprus, but that doesn't make it Atlantis.
is finally taking a look where Plato said it was all along, beyond the Pillars of Hercules.
And this site
has an entirely different theory, placing the fabled Lost Continent under the South China Sea. They also claim to have discovered "the Garden of Eden, the Island of Avalon, the Garden of the Hesperides, the hideout of the New Jerusalem, the true location of Troy and of Lanka, as well as the Holy Land and Paradise that has been promised us all from the dawn of time."
We can all rest easy now.