Mysterious Cuba, Part 1: The Underwater City

Over the past few decades, amazing stories of underwater archaeology have made their way to mainstream media. We hear of a vast underground river system in Mayan Mexico, excavations at India’s Dwarka and Roman shipwrecks near the Greek Island of Naxos. One report in particular interested me in visiting Cuba....Read more

The Lost Jungle of Stone

A common theme in the lost city adventure is the resilience of the explorer. Adventurers will return time and again to continue searching, even if earlier attempts prove disastrous. The iconic Colonel Percy Fawcett endured the worst the jungles had to offer only to repeat the task many times over...Read more

Psychic Archaeology, Atlantis and the Littles

Serendipity and opportunity can place one on an unexpected path. This could lead researchers to wonder if they were “chosen” for a quest. Greg and Lora Little might just wonder. The Little’s are a well-educated couple who have acquired some unusual hobbies. Dr. Lora Little is a respected psycho-therapist, Administrator...Read more

Nick Cook’s Search for Anti-Gravity

Deep within the bowels of military research programs, government warehouses and aerospace libraries are secrets most would find hard to believe. As an aviation writer for Jane’s Defense Weekly, Nick Cook had special access to places normally off-limits. An unusual 1956 aerospace article entitled “The G-Engines are Coming” by writer...Read more

The Electric Quest of Garbriel Kron

Gabriel Kron was as self-directed as they come. As a young engineering student at Michigan State University, he divided his week between school and what he truly wanted to learn. For the first 4 days of the week, he attended classes and course work but from Friday noon onward, Kron...Read more

John Keel’s Search for Magic

It seems to be a trend with Western stage magicians to try and prove there is no such thing as “real” magic. Harry Houdini exposed fake mediums and the Amazing Randi has “offered” a million dollar prize to anyone who can demonstrate paranormal powers to his satisfaction. American amateur magician...Read more

Exploring the Mysterious Mayan Coastline, Part One

To further a quest, I recently traveled to the Yucatan to seek the mysterious Kulkulkan, the Feathered Serpent. In Mesoamerican traditions, the Feathered Serpent is a teacher and central deity. Some credit the god with civilization – he taught the people agriculture, arts and science (1). He was also known...Read more

Exploring the Mysterious Mayan Coast, Part Two

(Continued from Part One). From Playa Carmen, I took the ADO bus to Tulum and checked into an small apartment-like hotel along the highway. Pleasant people work there and it’s incredibly clean. I dropped-off my luggage and took a cab to see the local ruins and wow, what a beautiful...Read more