Robert Paul Ishoy is a graduate of California State University Fresno where he received his Bachelor of Arts in History. He also earned Associates Degrees in Social Sciences and in Intelligence Operations. While attending CSUF Robert was in the forefront in his department serving as President of the Classical Society, founder of the History Club and a leader in student government. The thesis on the Discovery of Atlantis was written during Robert's senior year at CSUF.
Since completion of his education Robert has served in the military as an intelligence specialist and as a paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division. After the military Robert has worked in Corporate Security and Loss Prevention for major retail and distribution companies and is currently employed as a government contractor under the Department of Defense as an intelligence specialist.
Robert is currently raising funds by means of crowd funding on Indiegogo.com for a 2015 expedition. To donate and/or the opportunity to participate in this expedition click here.
The Atlantis Expedition will consist of both scholars and technicians who will venture to the island of Sardinia. The purpose of the expedition is to explore and research the evidence that Atlantis did in fact exist on Sardinia and to record and document all findings for the public and the academic world.
TThe intent behind this web site is to promote the formation of a non-profit organization to be known as the Society for Historical Exploration. This organization will consist of a Board of Trustees that will be responsible for fiscal and legal matters related to the Society. Currently three members of the Board of Trustees have been selected. Two positions remain open.
The Board of Trustees will oversee the foundation and give direction to the Officers of the Company.
Anyone interested in serving on the Board of Trustees and/or as an officer in the Company click here.
If anyone is interested in making a donation at this latter date, please click here to contact us.
The formation of the Society for Historical Exploration (SHE) will be announced on this site upon its' completion.