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FRANK JOSEPH has published more books (eleven) about the lost civilization of Atlantis than any other writer in history. These have been translated into fifteen foreign languages around the world. His twelve other titles concern archaeology, metaphysics and military history. He was the editor-in-chief of Ancient American, a popular science journal, for fourteen years from its inception in 1993, and is currently a feature writer for The Barnes Review, Nexus, New Dawn and Atlantis Rising magazines. Joseph’s series of four Internet broadcast interviews with Shirley MacLaine were among dozens of similar appearances featuring Frank Joseph in the U.S. and Japan, where he was inducted into Kyushu’s Savant Society as Professor of World Archaeology. He is the recipient of Ohio’s Midwest Epigraphic Society Victor Moseley Award, the Burrows Cave Society Award and commended by the Ancient American Artifact Preservation Society (Marquette, Michigan). A member of Chicago’s Underwater Archaeology Society and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Frank Joseph is a veteran scuba diver with hundreds of sub-surface expeditions from the Aegean Sea and Canary Islands to the Bahamas and Polynesia. He lives today with his wife, Laura, and Norwegian Forest Cat, Sammy, in the Upper Mississippi River Valley.
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