Plato's narritives about Atlantis, the "Critias" and the "Timaeus," are equally as famous as they are controversial. The description of Atlantis as we know it, doesn't even remotely fit any geographical position on Earth. This has made the quest for Atlantis very very exciting and libraries full of theories have been filled about possible locations. After over some 2300 years, a good friend of mine, Erick, may very well have solved the mystery of Atlantis. A job very well done. No, it's not about Atlantis may have been here or Atlantis may have been there, it's all about pure unbaised scientific methods investigating Plato's work with an exceptional knowlegde of ancient languages. No, don't try to find Atlantis, it never existed; Plato or Solon told why, but we, humble Antlantis finders, were chanceless to understand that. I'm not going to reveal the whole (peer reviewed scientific) story, since it will be published soon. But I can give some hints.