Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Underwater Pyramid Found Near Portugal, Navy Investigating | VIDEO

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Underwater Pyramid Found Near Portugal, Navy Investigating

By banoosh.com

Editors Note: This story originally broke last year–FW

     Portuguese news reported the discovery of a very large under water pyramid first discovered by Diocleciano Silva between the islands of São Miguel and Terceira in the Azores of Portugal. According to claims, the structure is said to be perfectly squared and oriented by the cardinal points. Current estimates obtained using GPS digital technology put the height at 60 meters with a base of 8000 square meters. The Portuguese Hydrographic Institute of the Navy currently has the job of analyzing the data to determine whether or not the structure is man-made.

“The pyramid is perfectly shaped and apparently oriented by the cardinal points,” Silva told Diário Insular, the local newspaper.

The pyramid was found in an area of the mid-Atlantic that has been underwater for about 20,000 years. Considering this is around the time of the last ice age where glaciation was melting from its peak 2000 years prior, whatever civilization, human or not, that was around before the ice age, could be responsible for building the pyramid. While the Portuguese Navy still hasn’t determined the origins, many might question why this hasn’t been first reported on sooner than late 2012. . . .

1 comment :

  1. This new discovery certainly lends credit to the assertions made by Graham Handcock in his book "Fingerprints of the Gods." It also lends strength to Plato's assertions that Atlantas existed and disappeared under the waves of the Atlantic. Sooner or later "present day" historians must bow to and ask forgiveness of the ancients and to all the students they have misinformed over the last 100 years. -Haley-


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