Back issues of Fortean Times. Fortean Times, named after maverick American writer Charles Fort, is one of the world’s most individual and December Buy Fortean Times May Special Interest July R71 ADD TO CART. Fortean Times. June R71 ADD TO CART April R71 For over 35 years FT has been chronicling the stranger side of life, delivering a mix of weird world news, up-to-date reports and features on every aspect of the.

Author: Mizil Kesida
Country: Pacific Islands
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Relationship
Published (Last): 17 June 2014
Pages: 390
PDF File Size: 16.58 Mb
ePub File Size: 9.9 Mb
ISBN: 415-6-66164-710-2
Downloads: 81827
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Dojin

I have now published my new book, Joining The Dots, which offers a fresh look at the Atlantis mystery. I have addressed the critical questions of when, where and who, forrean Plato’s own words, tempered with some critical thinking and a modicum of common sense. Pareidolia is the technical term to describe the human apil to mentally construct familiar images from random visual stimuli, both dynamic and static, such as clouds, fires, mountains, trees, toasted bread, vegetables etc.

The links below a – e give many examples, some funny, some pathetic. The Fortean Times magazine provides regular examples. Readers will by now be asking what this has to do with Atlantis. The book is available as a free Kindle download f and quite frankly it is overpriced at that. Perhaps timse more pertinent is the claim by Doug Yurchey that Atlantis had been situated in timees Atlantic and connected to twelve colonies by a perfect grid gone of which was in Canada and marked by an Indian head!

This perceived image is a classic case of pareidolia. A pathetic attempt to construct a serious theory linking this natural rock formation with the Egyptian Sphinx is the subject of a feature-length YouTube video by filmmaker Oana Ghiocel h. A collection of 20 images with a claimed religious significance has been published on the website of The Telegraph website in the UK i.

S antoriniearlier known as Therais claimed by tradition to have received its name from Theras, a 9th century BC invader. It is named after St. In ancient times it was known as Calliste Most Beautiful and Stronghyle. One source states that for a short period in the 16th century a Jew named Nazi sic owned Thera.


A potted history of the island was compiled by Professor Christos Doumas c. Many writers over the past century have supported the idea that Atlantis was a Minoan society that was destroyed when Thera erupted violently in the second millennium BC.

Oops! This page has disappeared…

This is discussed more fully under Thera. The aapril site near the village of Akrotiri on the south of the island was closed nearly seven years ago after a ceiling collapsed killing one tourist and injuring six others. Now the site is due to open again in April a ironically just as evidence is mounting of increased volcanic activity in the Santorini caldera b. Madame Helena Petrovna B lavatsky was nothing but another charlatan in a long line of fraudsters who have tried to exploit the story of Atlantis.

Blavatsky was born in Ekaterinoslav, now known as Dnepropetrovsk in the Ukraine.

She had a colourful life including a stint as a circus bareback rider to being a professional pianist. She was born in the Ukraine and married a Russian military man, who was a provincial governor. After a brief period she left him and embarked on extensive travels in the East, during which she claims to have spent seven years studying in Tibet.

Eventually, she ended up in New York and became a co-founder of the Theosophical Society. Theosophy is an occult philosophical religious system allegedly based on ancient Hindu writings. She claimed to have had direct contact with two dead Tibetan Mahatmas. InBlavatsky published a huge, two-volume book called I sis U nveiled. She said they were a super-human people who lived long before human beings. According to Blavatsky, the era of Atlantis lasted for eight to ten million years, and the cataclysms that caused its main continental formations to sink happened as much as four to five million years ago.

She believed Atlanteans had amazing psychic powers. However, they were corrupted by a great dragon king, Thevetat, and turned into wicked magicians who started a war that destroyed Atlantis. Infollowing accusations by the Indian press that she was promoting a deception, the London Society for Psychical Research carried out an investigation and the following year declared that Blavatsky was a fraud.


In her next book, T he S ecret D octrinepublished after her death, Blavatsky tells much more about her Atlantis.

In that book she comments on an ancient text that she claims to have been written in Atlantis. She tells how the survivors of Atlantis settled in Egypt and built the pyramids about thousand years ago. A far cry from the conventionally accepted, though sometimes disputed, date of around BC for their construction.

Coleman made a study c e of her books and concluded that they aprril the result of a remarkable act of plagiarism. I sis U nveiled aprli calculated to contain at least 2, passages copied without credit. A core of around books aril used which in turn quoted with references to a further 1, works. Theosophy spawned a number of breakaway groups and has inspired quite a number on the lunatic fringe of Atlantis writers.

Fortean Times April UK : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Anthroposophy, a concoction of Rudolf Steinerwas one of these. Blavatsky has done nothing to advance the study of the Atlantis mystery, instead with her deceit; she only muddied the waters further. Since Atlantis had disappeared through flooding, it was possible to write almost anything about it, without any real danger of being definitively refuted. For further information you can view a website a devoted to Blavatsky.

A further site b outlines in some detail the level of plagiarism that she engaged in. In Gary Lachman, the musician and occult writer, published a book attempting to rehabilitate Blavatsky and followed up with an article in the June edition of Fortean Times of the same year promoting the book.

Jason Colavito has written a review d of the FT article. Colavito has also debunked f the claim that Blavatsky had discovered the theory of relativity before Einstein, an idea put forward by her grand-nephew Boris de Zirkoff Published April 15, Published June 10, Published June 5,