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Suite101.com Recommended Site Award Suite101.com Recommended Site Award
Date: June 11, 1999

This site offers an exciting new theory on the mystery of Atlantis through the use of many disciplines, including mythology.
 

The Wave of the Day Award The Wave of the Day Award
Date: June 18, 1998
Lotus Light Award Lotus Light Award
Date: May 17, 1998

We are honored to present your Website the Lotus Light Award for web excellence. Our organization, SpiritNetwork, commends you on your wonderful site.
 

Mystic Site of the Web Award of Excellence Mystic Site of the Web Award of Excellence
Date: March 15, 1998

Your Award Winning Web Site has proven to be among the very finest of an Mystical or Occult nature on the Internet and has demonstrated both Excellence in Design and provides a critical resource to Mystics and Occultists Worldwide.
 

Web Site Excellence - Anthropology
Web Site Excellence - Anthropology
Date: February 15, 1998

Myths of Atlantis and Eden? So many have written on these subjects. And the oral histories that might be the basis of so many written comments are no doubt much further back in antiquity? This presentation advances a theory and invites your comments. To interest you more, here is a quotation from the presentation.

    "We present, in these pages, a novel theory on Atlantis that will, if accepted, cause a revolution in the fields of archaeology and the human sciences, rendering them fit for the encroaching Millennium. Atlantis was never found because we have all been looking in the wrong places."

How does one go about proving (or disproving) such matters? This presentation offers one possible answer. No, they have not been there - yet. But more importantly, where was it "found" and how?
 

Ulana's Pixie Pix
Ulana's Pixie Pix
Date: February 7, 1998

I just came from your site. It really is amazing, I had no idea there was so much info on Atlantis. The site is also set up very nicely, easy to navigate and easy to read. Great job.
 

AdZe's Cosmic Site of the Night
AdZe's Cosmic Site of the Night
Date: February 3, 1998

A thorough presentation of a novel theory on the location of Atlantis. Looking for the spot where an entire sunken continent could be hiding itself, the location theorized is: down under the South China Sea. A great review of references, history and options.
 

Award of Excellence
Award of Excellence
Date: January 16, 1998

See below review which comments both "The Light Award" and the "Award of Excellence" conferred to our site.
 

The Light Award
The Light Award
Date: January 16, 1998

Thank you for visiting our corner of the web and giving me the opportunity to visit your site. I was very impressed by all the hard work you have put into the site and have to congratulate you on an outstanding achievement in web site design, both in appearance and content. Your site is truly an exceptional presence on the web, that reflects the highest standards of creativity and professionalism.

We would like to present you with not only our The Light Award for your site, but also our Award of Excellence.
 

Internet Cool Site of the Day Internet Cool Site of the Day
Date: December 28, 1997
Cool Central Site of the Hour Cool Central Site of the Hour
Date: December 19, 1997
Dr. Webster's Web Site of the Day
Dr. Webster's Web Site of the Day
Date: December 19, 1997

Atlantis: it's a place that has often occupied a spot in the human imagination. This mysterious continent, peopled by an advanced civilization, supposedly sank beneath the ocean's waves thousands of years ago. To this day, people wonder: Was Atlantis a real place? If so, what happened to it? And where was it located?

Today's prescription, Atlantis - The Lost Continent Finally Found takes a compelling look at this fascinating topic.

The site has a series of articles that explore various angles to the story and presents a new theory about Atlantis that takes a look at the evidence that it may have been located in the Indian Ocean.



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