Originally posted by poet1b
What pictures don't correspond? The picture of the beach? The diver? The underwater structure? Or the drawing which is obviously an artist's
The three photos appear to be from lake Phayao, which is the subject of the section below the one on the Gulf of Khambat.
No one has dived to these "sites" in the gulf, hence no pics, hence the OP's referenced site is trying to fool you with an improper juxtaposition
of a story line with photos that are completely unrelated to the story line.
But, you go ahead on and believe it if that's what you want.
You haven't debunked anything.
In fact, I've debunked a great many things.
Not that it was all that hard, when you have people posting nonsense on this elementary level (Khambat.)
I suppose it could be that I've not done this at ATS yet, but surely someone else has.
Anyway - here's a pic showing a piece of the "pottery" Graham Hancock claims was dredged up there;
If you want to know exactly what this story is about, you can read Hancock's claims at his website, specifically beginning at
Please note that the text is exactly the same as that of your linked site. But this one has the pictures (all that are available - Hancock has
removed several pics of the so-called "artifacts" from his website.)
At any rate, look at the claimed piece of "pottery." Now go to this article by Paul
on the subject and take a look at why this "pottery" is actually a natural concretion created by the slime of a tube worm.
Heinrich explodes several other inanities claimed by your referenced author on that page as well, but his links are dead because they all linked to
the pics (now missing) at Hancock's website.
the reason these pics are no longer there is crystal clear, wouldn't you say?