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Team Atlantis Online

From: Michael Arbuthnot <arbuthnot@teamatlantis.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 02:59:18 -0400
Fwd Date: Wed, 22 Jul 1998 23:47:02 -0400
Subject: Team Atlantis Online

Greetings:

I hope you will consider sharing this with your website visitors
and listmembers:

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - July 17, 1998
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Greetings From Team Atlantis (http://www.teamatlantis.com)...

From July 23-August 14, 1998, our underwater archaeological
research team will be traveling to the southern islands of Japan
as we create a broadcast television feature documentary
revealing recently discovered man-made monuments deep below the
surface of the Pacific Ocean. Amid colorful corals and
hammerhead sharks, our team will make history as humankind's
ancient past is revealed.

The underwater structures are located at a depth of
approximately 100 feet below the surface, with the main site
nearby the tiny island of Yonaguni, the southernmost member of
the Ryukyu archipelago:

Image Gallery:

http://www.teamatlantis.com/plan/gallery.html

The most current geological theories suggest that Earth's ocean
levels rose as much as 300 feet at the end of the last ice age.
Thus, the structures, if man-made, would have last been above
the surface at least 12,000 years ago. These may be the oldest
man-made structures ever discovered, predating the Great Pyramid
by all but the most unconventional estimates! The monuments are
simply incredible to behold and their existence raises serious
questions about the currently held notions of human history.

You can learn all about the expedition at:

http://www.teamatlantis.com Team Atlantis Online

Our team includes, but is not limited to:

Boris Said, producer of Team Atlantis: Yonaguni Expedition '98
(produced the Emmy Award winning "Mystery of the Sphinx")

Michael Arbuthnot, amateur underwater archaeologist and project
director for Team Atlantis.

Vince Pace, President of Pace Technologies, underwater lighting
and film experts (recently did underwater camera and lighting
for "Titanic")

Dr. Robert Schoch, Boston University geologist (appeared in
"Mystery of the Sphinx").

Dr. John T. Dorwin, Ball State University underwater
archaeologist

Dr. James J. Hurtak, president of the Academy for Future
Sciences

Dr. Masaaki Kimura, Marine Geologist with the University of the
Ryukyus, Okinawa.

Kihachiro Aratake, the scuba diver who discovered the underwater
monuments.

Images and team details are located here:

http://www.teamatlantis.com/plan/no_frames_team.html

Professional divers and underwater archaeologists from several
Japanese universities will accompany Team Atlantis on all dives.

Our sponsors include Multimedia Access Corporation, Mares Scuba
Gear, Sport Diver Magazine, DiveLink Scuba Comunnication, and
FishEye Underwater Camera Systems.

We're taking the latest technologies to maximize our research
capability and camera shots:

http://www.teamatlantis.com/plan/no_frames_technology.html

Further, we're expecting millions of website visitors during the
course of our adventure due to its extraordinary and universal
appeal. Our website will feature daily underwater photography
and audio updates as well as live and on-demand RealVideo feeds
streamed directly onto the Internet from underwater:

http://www.teamatlantis.com/plan/no_frames_multimedia.html

Sincerely,

Michael Arbuthnot
Project Director, Team Atlantis
arbuthnot@teamatlantis.com
http://www.teamatlantis.com
Team Atlantis Online