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  • Author:
    David Zink
  • ISBN:
    0138469237
  • ISBN13:
    978-0138469238
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall Direct; First American Edition edition (March 1, 1978)
  • Pages:
    234 pages
  • Subcategory:
    New Age & Spirituality
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    4.8
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The Stones of Atlantis. There is also information regarding Zink in another book & Outpost of Atlantis. I suspect however, that his name is not a pseudonym

The Stones of Atlantis. This was my favourite book as a child! As a ten year old I borrowed this from the library and read it avidly. I suspect however, that his name is not a pseudonym. It is clear however that he has dropped out of the ancient mysteries field, perhaps not finding it very rewarding. I recently acquired a copy of & are the Mystery' from an online book store, written by Joan and David Zink. Inside the front cover, I note that it is personally signed by Joan Zink, David's wife, and co-author. Another disappointing area is when he uncovers the marble bust.

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TITLE:Stones of Atlantis. Covers may vary and all of our books are second hand unless otherwise stated. Want a particular set?. Looking for more books?. GOOD - Usual signs of a well read book but good overall condition. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Stones of Atlantis by David Zink (Hardback, 1978). Pre-owned: lowest price. The stones of Atlantis. New Rev. Physical Description. Atlantis Interplanetary Voyages Bimini Islands Bahamas Antiquities Bahamas Antiquities.

Scores of collaborative photographs illustrate Professor Zink's account of archaeological research into the massive, underwater stone structures near Bimini and Andros Islands, research claimed to confirm Atlantis's existence and something stranger still

Ishnllador
I have read a few of Dr. Zink's books and they are fantastic. So glad I was able to order this book. GREAT service, too!
Jeb
Considering that it was written almost forty years ago, it gives a good idea about certain ruins found in the Bimini area.
However, I would have liked the work to have gone into more detail about other finds in the Bahamas, Bermuda and Cuba areas.
September
The Stones of Atlantis.

This was my favourite book as a child! As a ten year old I borrowed this from the library and read it avidly.

I more recently re-read the work at about 29 years of age. The feeling was the same. I then read it all again! Again it was just as exciting, for the first half at any rate! There was the adventure, and then, the disappointment. The disappointment came with the second half of the book.

It was deja vous. The book rocks along, unstoppable, defiant, and triumphant.

Zink is a kind of real-life Indiana Jones, an English professor, who goes on adventures to uncover Atlantis!

For me, the book is well beyond five stars, for the adventure and entertainment value alone, regardless of whether the details are ultimately proven correct or not! The Bimini theory of a sunken continent does not seem to have taken off, however most will agree there is some kind of mystery to the place, or has been in the past.

A year or so ago, I went to the trouble of making a wikipedia article on Dr Zink, since one did not, and still does not exist. It was deleted the next day. The reason given, in sentence fragments, as I recall, was that his work dealt with an imaginary person, and also that it was about someone who was not significant/notable. I do not see how the two reasons could be reconciled with one another. I would like to know how this conclusion was reached, particularly as Zink's books are full of photos of him. Someone had to have written these books, but wikipedia wishes the issue to remain a mystery, perhaps for all time.

Zink is also mentioned on other wikipedia articles, the "Bimini Road" article, where his book is listed as:

"Zink, David, 1978, The Stones of Atlantis. Prentice Hall Trade. ISBN 0-13-846923-7"

,as well as in a journal article which I have, from the Journal Of Scientific Exploration, which is available online, and deals with the Bimini `road'.

So much for the encyclopedia, so called, that `anyone can edit,' and which should really contain information on every topic, for public benefit, rather than for seeming public protection.

There is also information regarding Zink in another book `Lost Outpost of Atlantis.'

I suspect however, that his name is not a pseudonym. It is clear however that he has dropped out of the ancient mysteries field, perhaps not finding it very rewarding. I recently acquired a copy of `You are the Mystery' from an online book store, written by Joan and David Zink. Inside the front cover, I note that it is personally signed by Joan Zink, David's wife, and co-author.

Another disappointing area is when he uncovers the marble bust. The reader is expecting this to be a bust of some Atlantean dignitary. It turns out to look rather natural, but at least it is marble.

Very interesting later on, is the section on the fountain of youth.

I would like to know more about Zink and his current activities/adventures, but have been unable to come up with anything more recent than the 1992 update of this work, in which he revisited Bimini. He seems to have retired.

The book is simply awesome.

Charles Kos, the author of "In Search of the Origin of Pyramids."