posted on Dec, 16 2009 @ 11:20 AM
Originally posted by Parallex
I hate to burst YOUR bubble - the coastline around Istanbul does indeed have submerged ruins, exhibiting linear patterns because there ARE sunken
streets etc. Cairo in egypt is not near the coast??!?! I take it you mean Alexandria? If so, the Pharos lighthouse and a large area of urban sprawl
from the classical era are located under the water on the coast. South Africa has many uninvestigated ruins and unusual phenomena on it's coastline
and on land - it doesn't mean they aren't real!
Open minds folks, not closed ones.
First, I must point out that I have a fascination with Atlantis. In fact, you could call me an atlantophile. So, I more than most would benefit from
such a great find. Yet, here I am...calling BS.
Secondly, did you even check these sites yourself on Google Earth? In neigbouring sections the seabed can clearly be seen through the water
above....yet no continuance of the 'ruins'. They stop at a ruler-straight boundary that continues through the surrounding land area and is quite
obviously what you'd get from two photographic sources of varying quality.
Yes, I know that Cairo isn't on the coast but it is near enough to use as a starting point. In other words, I meant for people to check the coastline
near it and I assumed that people would have enough sense to do so. SO, to be exact, the scan artifacts I mentioned for this area are slightly
northwest of Idku, Al-Bahairu, Egypt. And the ones for South Africa are centered around Keurboomstrand.
Look, go on Google Earth and check out what I've said for yourself. If you still doubt after checking my 'references' and can provide definitive
proof against my 'theory' then I'll acquiesce. Until then, what you are saying amounts to nothing more than opinion.