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This week we take a fantastic journey into one of Dreamland’s favorite places, the realm of the lost past. Our guide is an all-time favorite guest, Andrew Collins, who has taken us on many a remarkable journey since his first appearance on Dreamland in 2002.

This week Andrew takes us down a new path in the age-old search for Atlantis. In 2001 and 2002, Unknowncountry published three stories about a mysterious sunken city off Cuba. At the time, the National Geographic was planning an expedition to find out more about these mysterious underwater ruins.

Then nothing—until now! So this week, join Andrew Collins and Whitley Strieber as they dive into the deep waters off Cuba, explore the mysterious Carolina Dells and much more, in search of a human past that was lost to time and memory by the greatest natural disaster to befall Planet Earth in the hisotry of our species.

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  1. Speculative theories tying
    Speculative theories tying Carolina Bay formation to bolide impact have been thoroughly discredited in recent years. Careful analysis of bay sediments using palynology, stratigraphy, and optically-stimulated luminescence dating, have revealed that the bays date well back into the Pleistocene, generally in the range of 115,000 to 75,000 years ago; and that they were not contemporaneous with each other, but serially or episodically formed. The phenomenon is most likely hydrologic in nature (bays function as hydrologic discharge points). It has also been shown that the bays line up well with prevailing wind direction during the late Wisconsinian Pleistocene stage (see the various works of geologist Helaine Markewich et al on this subject), so the formation mechanism may involve some interaction between hydrologic discharge and wind-scouring of sediments.

    This is not to say that there wasn’t a catastrophic cometary explosion 10,800 years ago; the evidence for that is abundant. But that bolide explosion is not connected to Carolina Bay formation.

    1. Interesting, thanks for the
      Interesting, thanks for the info!

    2. Thats interesting! Do you
      Thats interesting! Do you have a background in any engineering?
      Plato was a good resource for Atlantis and that is probably the best evidence.

  2. Another home run of an
    Another home run of an interview, Whitley! I would like to learn more about the underwater sites Andrew Collins mentions. And yes, I have been wondering about this for fifteen years — thank you for breaking the silence!

  3. Andrew Collins, in my opinion
    Andrew Collins, in my opinion you are one of the very best researchers in the world today. There is much good to be said concerning individuals that rock the established academia boat; this is how the world view is changed. I wish much success to YOU and to GREG and LORA LITTLE with the ongoing research in and around the waters of CUBA. I also wish much success to GRAHAM HANCOCK in the places he is researching. You are all THE BEST OF THE BEST.

    Subscribers, PLEASE do check out the CYGNUS Meditation.

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