a reply to: Blue Shift
I believe there are ruin's in Antarctica but this poses an extreme problem for our view of history, they would likely be far too old to be of
anthropological human origin so if monkey men did not build them then who did?.
That mean's we are far older and there is evidence - not accepted, locked away, missing after being discovered or even destroyed to suggest this is
Or we are just one of a series of human races and not the first.
Or Antarctica was warmer more recently than is currently accepted and there is something seriously wrong with our dating science.
But what I will say to you, if you use the same criteria, find OLDER satellite map's of the ARCTIC, especially were the tundra regions when the ice
is free from them you will find not one but a vast number of artifact's like this, I even found an entire city grid that looked like a modern city
grid lay out about the size of los angeles but more regular on the coast of the arctic sea just a little inland with straight and long curved lines
leading to it but that was a very old version of Google map's were the data was far less compressed, just like very feint crop mark's in the
The difficulty with everywhere else is that even if it currently underpopulated human's have been there many time's and there are likely countless
lost civilization's from just recent human history that even archaeology know's nothing about so those ruin's you will find there between the polar
region's are harder to link to something extremely old BUT then there are the ruin's under the water, of course we can not actually see the bottom of
the ocean and only truly huge artifact's would be visible on topographic map's due to how they are made.
So whatever it is nice find, I like it, hey take into account land tilting and mountain upthrust and have a look at Jebel-El-Lawz the mountain of God
in Saudi Arabia you will see a potential ruin on that, maybe not as old or maybe even older?.
28 degrees 39'11.62"N 35 degrees 18'22.21"E at an altitude of 2375m which if you take into account the larger area around it starts to look a lot
like the temple complex in Jerusalem, a much older temple complex from before humanity was supposed to exist perhaps and if it was then it would have
been built when that part of Jebel El Lawz was much lower and flatter, take off your sandal's for this is holy ground upon which you now walk.
Those of us who know believe this is actually the real mountain were Moshe received the ten commandment's, and hey it may just be rock formation's
natural but that pattern does resemble the temple of Jerusalem built long after so could it have been a temple from an earlier race to the same God,
take off your shoes for this is holy ground upon which you now walk.
Just open it up in Google maps and have a look.
28°39'09.32" N 35°18'24.11" E
Not as clear as your find but you can't miss the temple itself the open sided rectangle.
edit on 27-9-2017 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)