A mysterious building lies at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. Its colossal plazas once sparkled with the pageantry of a vanished people. Before cataclysms of fire and flood engulfed this structure, it may have been a sacred center of mankind’s original homeland.  

             It may have been…


Fearless international explorer and multi-faceted woman, Iris DeMauro is working in the fields of frontier science, metaphysics, alternative healing, architecture and design, history and psychology. Previously an architectural designer and gallery owner in New York City, Iris has set up a research center near Sandpoint, Idaho. In 2015, she built the Phi Center school for Yoga, Meditation and Martial arts. She is the protege of the late Dr. Joseph Puleo, the naturopathic doctor who rediscovered the first 6 tones of the Solfeggios. Plans are underway for a metaphysical educational center for the study of advanced spiritual knowledge. Iris has a BFA in Environmental Design from Parson’s School of Design in New York City and a BA in Psychology from U.C. Berkeley. Visit IrisDeMauro.com


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The Scientists

Dr. Masaaki Kimura, PhD  (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masaaki_Kimura) Retired professor emeritus, University of the Ryukyus. His specialties are marine geologygeophysicsseismologyvolcanology, and marine archaeology.

Dr. JJ Hurtak. PhD, PhD,     James J. Hurtak, Ph.D., Ph.D., M.A., M.Th. 
Keys of Enoch (https://keysofenoch.org/),     Academy for Future science (https://affs.org/mission-statement/) Founder and President of The Academy for Future Science. He is a social scientist, futurist, remote sensing and space law specialist. He is author of twenty books, his best-seller is The Keys of Enoch®.  He has two Ph.Ds, one from the University of California (1977), and one from the University of Minnesota (1993). His M.Th. is from Luther Theological Seminary.

David Sandwell, PhD – Scripps Institution of Oceanography-professor of geophysics in the Cecil H. and Ida M. Green Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, San Diego. (https://biography.omicsonline.org/united-states-of-america/scripps-institution-of-oceanography/david-sandwell-403948)   David Sandwell studies geological structures of deep-ocean basins using satellites and ships.

Stephen Oppenheimer, MDUniversity of Oxford, EnglandSchool of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography,  geneticist.  (https://www.anthro.ox.ac.uk/people/professor-stephen-oppenheimer) He has worked on human migrations in the Southwest Pacific from 1982 to the present. This was the main impetus to write his first book Eden in the East (1998). He has published a number of peer-reviewed articles in this field.

Kurt Lambeck  – ACFRSFAAFRSN is Professor of Geophysics at the Australian National University  in Canberra, Australia. (https;//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Lambeck) He has also taught at University of Paris and at Smithsonian and Harvard Observatories. His current research interests include the interactions between ice sheets, oceans and the solid Earth, as well as changes in ocean levels and their impact on human populations.[3]

Bradly J. Willcox, MD; Craig Willcox, PhD; Makoto Suzuki, MD, PhD – authors of Book: The Okinawa Program
Bradley J. Willcox, M.D., M.Sc., trained in internal medicine at the Mayo Clinic and is a geriatrics fellow in the Division on Aging, Harvard Medical School. D. Craig Willcox, Ph.D., is a medical anthropologist and gerontologist. He is Assistant Professor at Okinawa Prefectural University. The Willcoxes are identical twins. Makoto Suzuki, M.D., Ph.D., is a cardiologist and geriatrician. He is Professor Emeritus of Community Medicine at the University of the Ryukyus and Professor and Chair, Department of Gerontology, Okinawa International University. He is principal investigator of the Okinawa Centenarian Study, a study of the world’s healthiest and longest-lived people.