As most of you are aware, I am fascinated with the idea of lost ancient civilizations, no matter where they may be found. While doing my usual combing and surfing of the internet, I found some satellite imagery taken by NASA satellites off the coast of Cuba that I find very intriguing for a variety of reasons, but first, the images:

Now, beyond the obvious linear features beneath the surface of the Caribbean Sea, what I find intriguing about these photos is that they would appear to confirm to some degree the careful research of Robert Stacy-Judd, the well-known "Atlantogist" whose landmark study, Atlantis: Mother of Empires, delved deeply into the mythologies of the Aztecs and Mayans concerning their origins from a sunken land in "the eastern seas". What was most remarkable, however, about Stacy-Judd's research, was his careful linguistic investigations, including the root morpheme "tla" and its variants: "atla," "atlan," "atlas," "tula," (note the connection to the Germanic version "Thule" pronounced TOO-leh in the German, not "thool" as most mispronounce it), and so on. Additionally, Stacy-Judd also noted the morpheme "tios," "teo," meaning "god" or "gods" in those languages, was suggestively too parallel to a language an ocean and a half a world away, in Greece, where the initial hard "t" was softened to a "th" in the Greek root for "god," "theos."

These roots, furthermore, were embedded in Aztec place names, most famously at TEOtihuacan, and TenochtiTLAN in Mexico. Journeying across the Atlantic, Stacy-Judd found similar roots in that most curious of European languages, Basque, where the same roots meant the same things. The Basque  language and people has always interested linguists and geneticists simply because, in current theory, the Basques appear to be some sort of "root group" to the European population. And, as Stacy-Judd pointed out, their mythology states that they originated from a sunken land across the western sea. (And this author has to confess his interest in the Basques is personal, because he is part Basque from his mother's side of the family).

Stacy-Judd would be overjoyed with these images, because they confirm what his own research, not having the benefit of satellite imagery, long ago told him, namely, that there was a sunken civilization somewhere in the Caribbean, the memory of which was preserved in the linguistic morphemes of a lost language, found on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Don Barnaby on October 8, 2011 at 7:57 am

    I have always thought…. well my intuition I suppose… that an ancient civilization existed in the eastern Atlantic and as it was destroyed by rising water, from whatever, that the remnants migrated to higher ground in France/Spain and then migrated to northern Africa later. No proof, just speculation.

  2. MattB on October 4, 2011 at 1:36 am

    One of the research areas I want to investigate is the remaining linguistic trace that could be found in Australian Aboriginal languages (what’s left of them) and their mythologies.

    They are the oldest in the world and must have some serious content that would be very interesting to examine.

  3. evermore on October 4, 2011 at 1:18 am

    Edgar Cayce’s predictions are coming true everyday…

  4. HAL838 on October 4, 2011 at 12:07 am

    I’ve also got Hancock’s book on his underwater
    adventures—and “The Master Game” was also on
    pre-order. I just started that.

    “Underworld” will have to wait as I’ve got over a
    dozen other books stacked up, started and book marked.

  5. Antoine on October 3, 2011 at 10:25 pm

    Could these lines be boat trailings?

  6. Jon Norris on October 3, 2011 at 9:43 pm

    The linguistic ties are indeed interesting, and the transformation of language over time and distance can be large. Merely a few hundred years ago, Old English, Dutch and German were so close that those people could understand each other. Nowadays, that is not the case, although there are many words which still exist in all three languages with the same sound and meaning.

    One of my favorite linguistic puzzles is that the Klamath tribe in Oregon speaks a language different from other Pacific Northwest tribes – but which is so close to modern Japanese, that they can converse with ease.

    There was definitely a heck of a lot more going on back then than we have been told, and, as all who read JPF will easily accept, history is far different than we have been taught.

  7. Ramura on October 3, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    I just finished reading David Wilcock’s new book, “The Source Field Investigations: The Hidden Science and Lost Civilizations behind the 2012 Prophecies.”

    Wilcock, like you, is fascinated with the science and implications behind the research of Dr. Nikolai Kozyrev, and also Dr. Volodymyr Krashnohovets, both whom he quotes extensively, and your name is referenced at one point as covering this stuff. He gets into the “grid” stuff that covers the Bermuda and other “Devil’s Triangles.” The book is mainly positive, about how it all could be used to create a positive Golden Age. He doesn’t mention, as you do, the great potential for weaponization…although he must certainly be aware of your concerns.

    I was really glad that I have spent the past 2 months reading four of your books that detail this science as I was able to easily follow Wilcock and fill in my own blanks as I read his book. Exciting stuff!

    On another note, more related to this post, is Project Camelot whistleblower Aaron McCollum’s (2010?) report that there are 12-13 secret alien bases in the Caribbean because there are time portals there — no doubt due to the geometries involved. He says only two of them are US secret-government partnerships…

    • HAL838 on October 3, 2011 at 11:57 pm

      I found Wilcock’s book very interesting personally;
      although I had to pause and am not finnished yet.
      I had pre-ordered from http://www.amazon.com .

      The last chapter in the first part hit me hard and
      very personal, as I am experiencing what he described
      concerning what little studies there have been on
      the pineal gland; the photon flashes and head
      (not tinnitis, no ringing in the ears) buzzing.

      That’s why I had to put it down for a little while
      and just started back up on to part 2.
      Most of this stuff I have known for awhile.
      Don’t ask—I just know things others can’t
      seem to grasp.
      But that was really ‘up close and personal’ !!!

      I also know that we have started an evolutionary flux
      and never-before-seen particles from the sun in
      this cycle, actually many cycles coming together
      seemingly toward 12/21/12;
      are freaking out the physicists in general.

      You won’t here this from Michio Kaku,
      or any other mainstream puppets, but there are
      articles on the web about these strange space
      goings on.

  8. Jay Becker on October 3, 2011 at 6:17 pm

    Just found this site with some very cool info. http://s8int.com/water1.html

  9. Jay Becker on October 3, 2011 at 6:15 pm

    There was a Soviet lady archeologist that is said to have made some pretty amazing finds of megalithic structures about a 1/2 mile down off the coast of Cuba. Guess the Cold War was needed to keep us off this spot as well.

  10. Ross on October 3, 2011 at 5:39 pm


    Here is another interesting location which suggests a lost city off the coast of Africa. I thought this might be of interest.

  11. MattB on October 3, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    Another good book is ‘Gateway to Atlantis’ by Andrew Collins. He suggests Atlantis as having an origin possibly in the Americas as well.

  12. Tartarus on October 3, 2011 at 4:15 pm

    The linguistic parallels have been pointed out by numerous “Atlantologists” and even by a few professional linguists.
    There is indeed evidence to suggest that over 12 000 years ago, there existed a global language, from which the thousands of languages today are descended.
    It is indeed quite fascinating to hear of linguistic parallels, underwater ruins and other mysterious things that attest to the existence of a global human civilisation in prehistory.

  13. Citizen Quasar on October 3, 2011 at 9:34 am

    I too am fascinated with the numerous undersea ruins around the globe.

    I had never heard of Stacy-Judd before and this is the first I have ever encountered this linguistic analysis. It makes sense to me; stands out like a sore thumb now.

    Thank you for bringing this to my attention and for educating me. I will study up on Stacy-Judd’s work.

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