Beneath the surface of the sea. Don't know where it is on Earth. But the maker of this film thinks It are the remains of the world before mankind.
The Bible explain that there was before the flood, not the flood of Noah, but the flood and iceage before Genesis 1 verse 3. Genesis 1 verse 3 was the
resistution of Earth. Before that time sealevel was much lower as you could read in the books from Immanuel Velikovski, and it was the time of
Dinosauriers but also from Atlantis, and the time that the Great Piramid of Gizah was build.
I personally want to know what the hell he's looking at...is it live satellite feed of the ocean? Where all is the ocean clear enough to sea
the bottom like this? Where can we find this feed? (!!)
Regardless, I agree it's definitely possible, at least prehistoric. There's a LOT out there we don't know, and I think a lot of it's going to be
found in the oceans, if anywhere...but I really want to know what kind of feed he's playing with and where we can get it.
It looks like a shot from a boat radar unit (or maybe sonar...I forget which is more likely used for this sort of thing).
I've seen very similar screen shots showing shipwrecks, and such. It's often used by treasure hunters, but is mainly used by fisherman to tell where
schools of fish are hanging out.
Why would that have a water layer that you can zoom in and out of, with active waves on top?
If you start at about 1:10 in the video, you can watch him scroll to zoom out from the water and see the waves overlayed on top. At the very least,
it's a *simulated* aerial view, and has me very intrigued.
Thanks for your thoughts and you might be right, but I don't know why they'd bother with something like that if so...it's animated, if not actual
video or the like.
Actually looking at it with fresh eyes, I do believe that I was wrong....but not because of the water. I think it's just Google Earth, after looking
at it again...which means the water is just an added effect since it's not real time images.
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