The Research Society

Maltadiscovery History Research Malta eV, was founded by honorable Maltese and German ladies and gentlemen. They have a vested interest in finding out about our prehistory and its heritage, which are our cultural pillars. They answer the question: Where are our roots to be found? For the history of humanity is a genetic part of all human beings.

The company was founded on the 8th of December 2002 with the purpose of the serious research of our pre- and early history.
The company is registered in Malta under number 111 as a non-profit organization.
The aim is to meticulously research Atlantis remains in the archipelago of Malta and to protect this prehistoric heritage, in whatever way we can afford.
The ordinary members of the company are private persons with different professional qualifications. Among our members are physicians, physicists, private scholars for pre- and early history, high-frequency engineers, etc.

Dear Members’




Prof. Hubert Zeitlmair h.c.

Founding Member, Private & Research Executive





Carmen Houlton

Teacher i.R. & Reiki III Master








Nicole Kaiser

IT expert – Germany


Tracey Smith

Website Design-(English Version) – Malta


Nathalie Ferluni

Sister of the rose – France


Martina Eckelhoff

– Germany


Brigitte Unternährer

Hypnosis Therapist & Yoga Teacher – Switzerland


Caroline & Mike Schoch

Medical Technical Consultant / Consultant – Switzerland


Gerd Lohrer

Founding member, expert in organic landscape reclamation, cartographer and model making – Gozo / Malta




We are actively seeking people who help us to effectively explore the importance of the pre-historic Malta = and traditional Maltese culture.



If you would like to become a member of the company, fill out our application form and send it along with the annual contribution to us.
If you would like to become a more active volunteer, contact us and we can talk about activities that you might be interested in.
Maybe you can think of something to support us. We appreciate every support!
All members are informed about our activities and how the work of the society progresses