Is Gunung Padang the oldest pyramid on the planet?

Posted on June 10, 2014 by New Dawn: “The first archaeological survey of Gunung Padang appears in a “Report, the Department of Antiquities” (Rapporten van de Oudheidkundige Dienst) for Holland’s colonial office in 1914. Thirty-three years later, a Canberra team from the Australian National University’s Centre for Archaeological Research determined that Gunung Padang was far […]

Professor Arysio Santos and the finding of Atlantis

Posted on June 10, 2014 by   I first came upon the name of Professor Arysio Nunes dos Santos, which is often shortened to Prof. Arysio Santos, back in 2002 after I had returned to Wales from Tenerife. I had become fascinated with the Guanche people, who were the original inhabitants of Tenerife and the other Canary Islands, […]

Atlantis of the East?

Posted in: Bali travel guide | Tags: Atlantis, diving | By: Shermine | August 19, 2013   A drowned civilization, a tale of a city lost beneath the choppy waves. This is the stuff of myth and legends… but wait! Have divers found what could possibly be the Atlantis of the East? Off the coast of Bali, 100 feet beneath the sea level, […]

The Discovery of Atlantis

What would the discovery of the Lost City and Continent of Atlantis do for “The Power of Culture in Sustainable Development” if it were to turn-up in Southeast Asia, particularly in Indonesia? What could we learn from our ancient ancestors from remotest antiquity? What would the impact of such a discovery be on our youth and all of humanity? Perhaps just a little or perhaps a whole lot? Thousands of books and papers have already been written on Atlantis since its reality was first disclosed by the great philosopher Plato, some two and a half millennia ago. Hence, one may well wonder whether …Read more »