Historical-Scientific Atlantology Adviser for National Geographic Channel and James Francis Cameron & Simcha Jacobovici Producers, Accepted Member of The Epigraphic Society, President Emeritus of the Scientific Atlantology International Society (SAIS), Writer, expert in ancient languages and writing.
He was born in Cuba, although his father and mother, grandparents, great-great-grandparents, great-great-great-grandparents and other ancestors (as far as he knows) were Spanish (he also had some Greek ancestors on his mother’s side). In 1992 he was appointed honorary member (also Accepted Member) in The Epigraphic Society by his discoveries and research on ancient pre-Columbian inscriptions in Cuba, Caribe and Antilles. He has been living in Spain from 1994. In 1995 he founded the journal “Archaeology and Enigmas of History”, soon after he founded others, such as “Archaeology without Frontiers”, “ArchaeoHistory”, “Canaán: Magazine of Biblical Archaeology”, and the first journal of Egyptology in Spanish, with distribution in kiosks and bookstores all around Spain and America: “The Sphinx. Journal of Egyptology”;
The same year he founded “The Epigraphic Society of Spain”. In 1999 he founded another journal of Egyptology: “Osiris. Journal of Egyptology”; He is the author of the first course with a simple method to learn how to read Egyptian hieroglyphics (in Spanish language) which was sold in installments, as a collectible, from 1995 to 1998.
He has been investigating Atlantis for more than twenty years, directly from historical sources, especially through Palaeography and Lexicology, ie, through ancient codices, papyri and manuscripts written in Greek, Latin, Egyptian and Arabic (between other languages) following the handwriting tradition of Plato’s The Timaeus and Critias, and all ancient texts that referred to Atlantis or to Atlantean people. His great passion is the study of the origins of Ancient
For several years of his turbulent life, in which he was dogged by ill health, exile and danger, Seneca was the guiding hand of the Roman Empire. This selection of Seneca's letters shows him upholding the ideals of Stoicism - the wisdom of the self-possessed person immune to life's setbacks - while valuing friendship and courage, and criticizing the harsh treatment of slaves and the cruelties in the gladiatorial arena. The humanity and wit revealed in Seneca's interpretation of Stoicism is a moving and inspiring declaration of the dignity of the individual mind.
Selected and translated with an Introduction by Robin Campbell