Atlantis

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Atlantis was a journal edited and published by Egerton Sykes in the UK.

Atlantis was subtitled "A Journal of Research", and was the Official Organ of the Research Centre Group. Atlantis was dedicated to esoteric studies, including the lost continent of Atlantis, and also included articles on mythology, folklore, pre-history, ancient civilization, cave paintings, the Mayan Calendar, the Kalasasaya Calendar, The Albigenses and the Holy Grail, The Siriadic Columns, Astronomy, Astrology, Carbon Dating, Electro Plating, Wilhelm Reich, The Hoerbiger Theory, book and film reviews, and many other topics.

Volume 1, No. I was published in May/June 1948. Volume 29, Nos. 5 and 6 was released in December 1976, and was the last issue to appear.

Atlantis had an extensive list of contributors, including P. Allan, Luis Felipe Angell, Continenza Angelo, Johannes G. Arnoldt, Francis Ashton, Henri Bac, Alf Bajocco, Witold Balcer, Prof. N. Boneff, Robert A. Bradley, C.A. Burland, Capt. J. Byrne, Dr. Mario Gattoni Celli, Dr. P.L. Collignon, Verplanck Colvin, Harper Cory, Marion C. Culverwell, Violet Deering, Lewis Edwards, Lt-Col. C.D.A. Fenwick, Jean Gattefosse, Rev. Father A. Glazewski, M.C. Carr Gomm, Francis Glenn Graham, Michael Green, Georg Hinzpeter, Paul Hoffman, Prof. Marcel Homet, Vera Garner Howe, Garcia Juarez, Arthur Louis Joquel II (Specula, Sun Trails), Prof. Michael Kamienski, Edmund Kiss, Graham T. Kingsley, K.H. Koop. Kate Muller Lisowski, James Lockwood, Alice MacKern, Dr. Rene Malaise, James Mavor, Patrick Murray, Commander E.H. Nutter, Pamela O'Reilly, Yuri G. Reshetov, Ernest J. Sawyer, Firth Scott, Karola Siebert, Helen T. Sherlock. Hugh Soar, L.C. Suggars, C. Croslan Symms, Ivan Tournier, Princess Daria Troubetskoi, A.W.P. Tulip, Mary C. Wheelwright, Harold T. Wilkins, F.C. Wykes, Leslie Young, Dr. N. Th. Zhirov, among many others.

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