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Jul

Raising Atlantis Fans Raise Controversy at Comic-Con

SAN DIEGO (AMP)—July 24, 2016—Fans of Raising Atlantis author Thomas Greanias are fanning out at this year’s Comic-Con with autographed copies of his New York Times bestsellers and stirring new conspiracy controversies. Greanias has autographed more than 500 copies of his bestselling The Atlantis Prophecy alone, as well as his Alignment Ingress from Ingress and Pokemon Go-developer Niantic, …

19
Jul

Thomas Greanias to Appear at Comic-Con for Raising Atlantis Anniversary

SAN DIEGO – July 19, 2016 – Fans recently celebrated the 11th anniversary of the Raising Atlantis franchise in news and social media, and now creator Thomas Greanias will appear at this week’s Comic-Con to autograph copies of his New York Times bestsellers and give out exclusive Comic-Con “collectible” editions of his latest book in print The War Cloud.  The signings will …

15
Jul

Atlantis GO Raises New Augmented Reality Site

Seattle – July 15, 2016 – Atlantis Media Corp., the company behind the Raising Atlantis™ series of New York Times bestselling novels by Thomas Greanias and the award-winning Ingress fiction by Pokemon Go developer Niantic, announced that it is developing AtlantisGO.com, a branded news, entertainment and streaming portal and mobile augmented reality experience. “Starting with the Atlantis Mapping Project, …

18
Mar

Airmen at Nuke Base Probed for Drug Use

CHEYENNE, WY (AMP) – More than a dozen airman who provide security for a nuclear missile base in Wyoming are under investigation for “illegal drug activity,” defense officials told The Air Force Times today. Gen. Robin Rand, commander of Air Force Global Strike Command, said the alleged  drug use “came to light because one airman who …

17
Mar

Pentagon Risks America’s Homeland Missile Defense

FT. GREELY, AK (AMP) – The U.S. Missile Defense agency is ignoring its own expert recommendations and skipping tests of a key component in America’s homeland missile defense system against a “War Cloud“-like attack. According to the Los Angeles Times, the tests would ensure the reliability of small motors designed to help keep rocket interceptors on course as they fly toward incoming warheads—presumably …