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The Atlantis Project is dedicated to the goal of establishing a new country named Oceania. This country will be devoted to the value of freedom, and will first exist as a sea city in the Caribbean. As no collectivist nation is likely to sell us the land we need, we will build an island out of concrete and steel. At this point, the organization behind this new country, The Atlantis Project, is building the necessary financial resources to pay off past debts and to pay for the completed model of Oceania. Once this task is completed, The Atlantis Project will go into full gear and go well beyond its peak reached in early 1994 when it was covered by media across the U.S. and the world -- including the BBC, the Miami Herald, the Art Bell Show, Boating magazine, and Details magazine.
Things have picked up and we will be covered in the June issue of Wired Magazine and the June issue of NetGuide. The abbreviated Sea Structures Inc. business plan on our web site is quite interesting. Additional news updates are available.
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Have a look at our huge list of sites linked to ours!
Documents about Oceania.
The Oceania Mall.
Information on Oceania Passports.
Interface with our huge world-wide spy network!
Test your Oceania knowledge.
Review an abbreviated version of the Sea Structures Inc. business plan.
Visit the secret Oceania lodge.
Quotes about Oceania.
We run a mailing list called OCEANIA-L on this machine. Information on the project is sent to subscribers on a fairly regular basis. Back issues of our newsletter are available.
We run a newsgroup called alt.culture.virtual.oceania.
Oceania will soon have a new Web-Master; look for details here!
Most of the actual credit for these pages goes to our many volunteers.
Marble lines by Zenon Kulpa.
Graphic design and direction by our founder, Eric Klien.
Oceania salutes our Web-Master Emeritus, Bob Bickford, who helped us make the transition from a small and underdeveloped site in the early fall of 1994 to the popular and attractive site we are today in mid-1995. Thanks, Bob!
This web site is on Colossus and is Netscape e n h a n c e d .