posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 09:46 AM
Here are a few interesting satellite images as seen through NASA Worldwind and Google Earth. These intriguing patterns lend credence to the theory
that thousand of years ago, many coastal areas and cities that once existed there were submerged due to natural disasters like Earthquakes, Tsunamis,
and tectonic shifts that forever obliterated them.
Here are a few images that you may find interesting. Seeing the monotonous regularity of disasters now sweeping the planet, will history be repeated
where many coastal areas would sink and new ones emerge from the depths of the oceans?
Are those lines roads or walls?
The linear anomalies above are underwater, approximately 80-110 feet below the surface and cover an are approximately 16 miles wide by 7 miles
Here’s more. This one taken by the Space Shuttle (STS090-751-059) of Florida Bay in April 1998…
Color enhancement reveals what appear to be road-like features. Also seen is a tube-like feature towards the lower right of the image. The darker
colors contained mostly in the upper right of the image are sea grasses.
The ‘tube’ structure, contrast
and color enhanced.
Here’s a map of Cuba in relation to the Gulf Coast.
Now let’s check out what’s below the ocean here…
Google Earth image
Is this is a photographic glitch in Google Earth? But it shows up in NASA’s World Wind image too!
NASA World Wind image
Google Earth Image Color Enhanced
NASA World Wind image
A linear, gridded area can be seen in both the NASA and Google Earth images of the Cayo Santa Maria off the coast of Caibarien, Cuba. The gridded
anomaly area is approximately 2.8 miles long by 3 miles wide. The areas within the 3 red ovals may be possible sub-surface anomalies. Notice there
seem to be nodes where many of the lines form intersections suggesting sub-surface anomalies at the intersection areas.
Are what we’re seeing vestiges of sunken cities or a small continent (Atlantis/Lemuria) that disappeared into the depths due to some catastrophe?
And here are some underwater photographs of ‘constructions’ near Japan. Remember, Japan and the Gulf coast lie in the "Ring of Fire" where
most fault lines intersect. Did something catastrophic occur in ancient times that caused the land to drop below the ocean?
The Ring of Fire
The underwater 'constructions' off the coast of Japan.......
Images: PBT Consulting
All images except as mentioned courtesy: Satellite Discoveries
The underwater complex stretches for kilometers with a central pyramid, which Professor Masayaki Kimura is 100% certain could not have been formed
by natural, geological processes. He estimates that it is 10,000 years old; twice the age of the Giza complex in Egypt.
edit on 22-3-2011 by OrionHunterX because: (no reason given)