Your favorite publication of record for ancient mysteries, unexplained anomalies, and future science is reborn for the cyber universe!

Dear friend of Atlantis Rising
Though the past year has been full of challenges, you have never been forgotten. Indeed, since adverse business developments forced Atlantis Rising Magazine to close its doors in 2019, you have never been far from our thoughts. Our much beloved bi-monthly magazine-of-record for ancient mysteries, unexplained anomalies, and future science—a fixture on newsstands worldwide for a quarter century—is gone, but, we are happy to report, the spirit that animated it, has returned, and in a very exciting new way. If you are among the many who felt bereaved by the disappearance of our very unique publication and who have searched for a way to renew your contact with it, this message is for you, as well as for the many who have yet to discover this very special publication for the first time!

With great pleasure, we now unveil the ALL-NEW ELECTRONIC INCARNATION OF ATLANTIS RISING, and offer you, for the first time, the opportunity to rejoin our very special community—one that cannot be easily dispatched by the catastrophically high costs of paper-and-ink publication, and the ever dwindling market for such material.

Consider this your personal invitation to join


For almost a quarter century the readership of Atlantis Rising Magazine pursued a common interest in ancient mysteries, unexplained anomalies, and future science in the pages—both printed and on line—of our unique publication. In 2019, the printed magazine closed its doors, but it is still possible to pursue the same quest for deeper knowledge and understanding that has motivated all of us, but to do so in a new organization, that we are calling the Research Group. Consider this your invitation to join in the many benefits will be available only to members.

Douglas Kenyon
Publisher and Editor
Atlantis Rising