NAN MADOL - Remnant of technology from our ancient past?
So I had posted this information in another thread already - www.abovetopsecret.com...
- but there's not a great deal of
I am posting it again here to see what you guys think of it. I want to gauge ATSer's thoughts on possible ancient technology from, IMO, the Lemurian
civilisation that existed sometime in the last 5,000 to 15,000 years. The great former civilisation is said to have existed in the Pacific region and
is thought to have been wiped out after a series of cataclysms slowly sunk it beneath the Pacific Ocean.
The ancient weather manipulation structure/technology is Nan Madol, situated on the shore of Pohnpei in Micronesia.
The below is a compilation of Frank Joseph's work from his book The Lost Civilisation of Lemuria, and other research.
The below explains one potential reason for Nan Madol which, IMO, could only be the result of a past civilisation which worked with the earth, (not
against it as we do), to achieve amazing results. It appears to be Lemurian technology at work.
Nan Madol is built on a coral reef only five feet above sea level between the equator and the eleventh parallel. It features 250 tonnes of prismatic
magnatized basalt spread over 170 acres. The basalt is magnetized in a highly unusual and unnatural manner - this is an important and intentional
affect. The average weight of each stone slab is 5 tonnes, with some weighing up to 25 tonnes each.
It is not an ancient city.
It is presumed to be approximately 12,000 years old. It is the same suspected age as the underwater ruins found off the coast of Yonaguni, Japan.
Several attempts to date Nan Madol have been carried out using Carbon-14 dating techniques. In the 1960's, scientists from the Smithsonian Institute
tested residue inside what they deduced was a turtle oven and came up with a habitation period of 1285 AD. Additional testing on a nearby ash layer
showed it was older by 200 years.
Broader thermoluminescence testing on broken pottery shards found below artificial fill at Nan Madol's Dapahu Islet dated to 2,000 years ago.
HOWEVER, pottery has never been known to be used on or near the island and the natives have no knowledge whatsoever of pottery. Additionally, the only
thing these tests actually prove is that someone ate a turtle at Nan Madol in the thirteenth century and that some dropped a jug there at the time of
Christ. It in no way gives a construction date for Nan Madol.
Sea level analysis, study of ocean-floor sediment, and examination of surrounding semi-submerged ruins at the base of Nan Madol and in the surrounding
waters of Nan Madol put the approximate date for construction at approximately 12,000 years ago.
The basic concept is that the last time that Nan Madol's underwater ruins would have been on dry land and above sea level is approximately 12,000
years ago - so unless some of it was intended to be built underwater then I don’t see how this could be wrong.
Conventional/mainstream scholars have failed to determine how it was made, who built it, when it was built, for what purpose it was built and where
the building materials came from.
LOCATION AND PURPOSE
It is positioned roughly half way between Hawaii and the Philipines, at the location where severe storms and typhoons are generated when cold air is
brought into contact with the warm waters of the Caroline Islands - many severe storms originate from Nan Madol's location. This is no coincidence.
Because severe storms originate there, it is very rarely hit by these storms, making it the safest location in the pacific. Now the major effect which
contribute to typhoons and hurricanes is electromagnetic energy - NOT water temperature (see Joseph Newman's work below), temperature is important,
obviously, but is secondary.
Joseph Newman's findings
Nan Madol and Kosrae (a similar structure to Nan Madol also located in the Federated States of Micronesia) create a 300-mile-long zone in which
typhoons are born and the first stages of their power and severity are developed. The storms soon grow much larger and wind up ravishing the
Philippines. Until recently, they were thought to be the exclusive result of masses of cold air convectored into conflict with water’s warmer
temperatures. Mainstream meteorologists believe cyclones are produced during a three-step process by the initial intensity of the storm, temperature
changes in the air it brings about, and subsequent heat exchange with the ocean. However, late in last century, Joseph Newman declared that:
The major effect in respect to hurricanes is electromagnetic. For a hurricane to remain a hurricane, it does not depend solely on the heat of the
water over which it travels.
Proof: The average temperature of the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, 20 miles of the Louisiana coast, is as follows:
July, 82 degrees F
August, 87 degrees F
September, 82 degrees F
October, 76 degrees F
November, 66 degrees F
If what the weather experts said were true, the greatest number and most destructive hurricanes would always occur in July and August, not true! Fact:
The peak hurricane season is only in September – not July or August. September and October have 300 per cent more hurricanes of greater destruction
than July or August, even November has 80 per cent as many hurricanes as July and August.
Therefore, Newman deduced that temperature was of secondary importance in the production of hurricanes, adding that electromagnetism was the most
Platinum and silver 'bars' were found within Nan Madol.
WHAT POWERS IT?
Pohnpei, the island attached to Nan Madol, has unique and constant subtle siesmic activity. Seismic activity generates piezoelectricity. The
piezoelectricity works with the strangely magnetized basalt to focus a concentrated coronal discharge skyward.
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