When you look at this structure, do you see something nature created, or an underwater city? For me personally, this is a no brainer. However, the standard answer to these structures is that they were carved out by years and years of ocean currents. When something doesn’t sit right with me, the first thing I tell myself is “you should ask a professional.” That’s when I stumbled across a man by the name of Graham Hancock who had dedicated a lot of time searching for answers about this site. In 96′ he wrote a book called Fingerprints of the Gods which is on my “to read” list this summer. To keep this short: If you don’t believe in the natural formation theory, the only other explanation would date this monument back to the last ice age. That would mean there were advanced civilizations building complex cities 10,000 years ago. It would also shit all over modern science and religion. It there was an ice age, and there was a melt off, I see no reason to believe that ancient coastal cities couldn’t have been buried beneath water. Let’s take a few bong hits and discuss this shit.
Posted June 20th, 2012 at 1:07 pm by Jason