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Proof of Atlantis

We May At Last Have Discovered Evidence That Proves the Existence of that Most Fabled and Mysterious Civilization: Atlantis

Southbank, Australia - Apr 9, 2003 (PRN): So says Professor Winwood, a British researcher, who claims to have unearthed a mysterious crystal-domed medallion at an undisclosed ancient archaeological site. He does not yet wish to reveal his full identity, or where he found the medallion, because he believes the government of that country will demand the relics' return. He is determined to share his discovery with the world before giving it back. "Otherwise it will be relegated to the dust-ridden storage room of 'Forbidden Archaeology,'" said the professor, "where discoveries always end up that do not fit within the accepted protocol and beliefs of the archaeological hierarchy."

On the rim that surrounds the dome are eight distinct symbols. Professor Winwood claims that they do not match any known culture. He specializes in paleography-the study of ancient writing-and has concluded that it predates the oldest known Vedic writing: a plant-like, trident-shaped writing discovered on fragments of pottery at Harappa, Pakistan, in 1999, which was dated at more than 5500 years.

Because the medallion is decorated with crosses, floating on a golden spiral-like wire behind the dome, the professor initially thought it to be from an early period of Christianity. But as he delved deeper he realized that it indicated more of a universal message. "It certainly relates to the heavens above," he said, "but not in a religious way. I am convinced the symbols are linked to the movement of celestial bodies." The professor explained that many ancient civilizations used the cross as a symbol to indicate the Sun.

Professor Winwood believes that the age of the medallion is well over 13,000 years. "I discovered it inside a small sealed black granite box," he said. Carbon dating done on material found with the medallion suggests it was made somewhere between 11,000 and 11,500 BC. Due to the location of the discovery and some of the inscriptions, he is of the opinion that the medallion may relate to the fabled and mysterious civilization of Atlantis. "The ancient philosopher Plato, spoke at great length about Atlantis, which was supposed to have existed around this time. I believe that the message of the medallion is a warning about the ending of a galactic cycle that may affect our planet and entire solar system in the near future." There are also symbols and text on the back and the inside of the medallion which the professor believes will reveal some kind of calendar system.

Further findings and photos will be posted during the next week. The location where the professor found the relic, and the purpose behind this publicity event, will be revealed April 15, 2003.

For more information, contact:

Brent Taylor
Ancient Discoveries
Publicity Department
309/250 St Kilda Road
Southbank, Victoria 3006
Australia
Tel: 61 3 9513 9612
Email: media@ancientmedallion.com
Website: http://www.ancientmedallion.com


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