posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 09:23 PM
I think all these things make it obvious that they are far older than they say.
First of all, it is pretty obvious that the continental shelf used to be the shoreline. Anyone who has done any deep sea fishing knows it is the
hundred fathom line. In other words, at six hundred feet the gradually sloping bottom turns into a cliff, all over the world. Ergo, during the ice
age so much water was frozen that the ocean was six hundred feet lower.
Therefore all these caverns, and the entire Yucatan is literally honeycombed with them, were far above sea level, unlike now. It's also very obvious
that stalactites and stalagmites cannot form underwater, and they take THOUSANDS of years to form. ALL these caverns are filled with stalactites,
hundreds of feet underwater. This indicates that the Mayan "temples" and artifacts they find are FAR older than their theoretical age of AD 1100,
to make them agree with the "Bible".
If there were advanced civilizations, or ANY civilization at all for that matter, during the Ice Age, 10 to 12 thousand years ago, then the entire
"bible" is proven false. In fact, all of human history, or rather known human history, does not go back more than six thousand years anywhere in
the world. Therefore, these relics SIMPLY CANNOT be that old, no matter what evidence anyone finds. The archaeologists CANNOT be wrong, that might
make people start doubting OTHER stuff they are told. Therefore, the Maya must have been scuba diving to build stone buildings inside caves
Also, the fossils. This water here is so high in minerals, that I think bones would mineralize or fossilize much quicker than usual, thereby throwing
off all estimates of age in the other direction.
The Maya did believe these were the entrances to the underworld, because they could WALK AROUND IN THEM, and I'm sure get completely lost in there
easily without electric lights. HA. That also would indicate that maybe they DID have electric lights. How else could they build things inside a
pitch black cave?
I would highly recommend to anyone to come down here and dive the cenotes, it is one of the coolest things in the world!