Atlantis – has it been found?

AtlantisThe most recent satellite technology, DNA evidence, and a more precise translation of Plato’s work, has exposed convincing facts that the legendary island was actually in the Mediterranean Sea, just a couple of kilometers north of the Greek island of Santorini.

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More precisely, the newest research verifies that, around 9600 BC when, according to Plato, the story of Atlantis took place, many of the Cyclades Islands were connected by a flat terrain, today called the “Cyclades Plateau.”

This now 400 feet under water plateau created the body of a large island, while the modern islands of Cyclades fashioned rows of mountains that emerged in all the “right places”, when comparing those to Plato’s story.

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The northern portion of the sunken island is comprised of mountains which reached the shores. There’s an oblong valley directly below this mountainous region, and a second valley, closer to the center of the island that is two thirds the size of the oblong valley.

Also, Santorini, a setting of an island within an island, and a place where many scholars in the past had placed the crown-city of Atlantis, falls within 9 km from the grand-island, and exactly as Plato stated.

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Jake Carter

Jake Carter is a researcher and a prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and the unexplained since childhood.

He is not afraid to challenge the official narratives and expose the cover-ups and lies that keep us in the dark. He is always eager to share his findings and insights with the readers of, a website he created in 2013.

One comment

  1. My own theory of Atlantis is much simpler. The legend says it “sank” beneath the sea. What if that isn’t exactly true? Following the last ice age, there could have been a natural dam at the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea where it narrows at Gibraltar. This land barrier could have allowed the Med to simply evaporate and allow the development of civilization over a few thousand years. Also, just suppose that as the ice receded, ocean levels began to rise but very slowly. Then they reached the top of the natural dam… Goodbye Atlantis in one swift flood that would have by all appearances to the populace the entire region sinking.

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