Site of Atlantis found
Dr. Christine Pellech, Norman Frey
In 1983, in the book "Die Odyssee - Eine antike Weltumsegelung", Christine Pellech put the island Atlantis on a level of the Americas. In the following she proved, i.a., on the basis of ancient maps, that at the end of the last ice age there had been already established a global going world sea trade, and she also proved that this knowledge was preserved over the old Egypt until these days. One center of this trade network has been identified by the author with the Caribbean isles, a major hub of the global system of trade winds and ocean currents. The supposition Atlantis was consistent with America presupposed that on the one hand the plain and on the other hand the circular metropolis, as they are described by Plato, are to find exactly in that geographical area.
This supposition was now confrimed by Norman Frey by his localization of a circular underwater structure near Cuba. He reconstructed the panorama of the Caribbena at the end of the Pleistocene, i.a., with satellite pictures from NASA, and he found the geographical, topographical and dimensional features of the plain of Atlantis given on the large Antilles island in detail. His consistant research work finally lead him into the low waters of the Gulf of Batabano where he discovered - according to his previous conclusions - the right scaled circular of the lost capital of Atlantis.
The correlating research results of both autors only allow the following conclusion: That in the time period, when the Pleistocene gave way to Holocene, an Imperium Atlanticum" existed in reality - and that it is identical with the lost civilization Plato outlined in his both late works "Timaeus" and "Critias".