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A Gigantic Pyramid on Ocean Sea Floor in Bermuda Triangle?

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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 06:56 AM
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nice find,
i remember reading about pyramids in bermuda,
check the link below
bermuda pyramids

not a very credible source though




posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 07:21 AM
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is it aligned along the compass points or if we went back 7-10 thousand years to any major stars/constellations and it doesnt look like theres much around it but 10,000 years of sediment would hide most normal man made objects so if we could work out the original floor height before the waters covered it up then perhaps its height could be worked out and seen if it relates to others?



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 07:34 AM
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The article you linked may not be far from the truth.
There is large underwater ruins between the Yucatan peninsula and Cuba.
The side scans pictured below are from India and are of an ancient city
about 5000 years old. As you can see the scan does'nt look like much either,
bloody crap radar images




For decades archaeologists have argued about the origins of the mysterious “Harappan” (Indus Valley) civilisation that flourished across what is now Pakistan and northwest India from about 3000 BC. Now, new findings by Indian scientists working in the Gulf of Cambay suggest that the Harappans were descended from an advanced mother culture that flourished at the end of the last Ice Age that was then submerged by rising sea levels before ‘history’ began.


What! Let's read that last sentence again


Now, new findings by Indian scientists working in the Gulf of Cambay suggest that the Harappans were descended from an advanced mother culture that flourished at the end of the last Ice Age that was then submerged by rising sea levels before ‘history’ began.


Here's the link to www.archaeologyonline.net
Gee wiz

An advanced race in pre-history, who would have guessed

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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 07:48 AM
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Another AMAZING find Arken
I feel there is much hidden data about the past of humans and possible others hidden under new sea floor from past Earth cycles in relation to crust movements and water relocation. It makes you wonder why the bottom of the oceans floors haven't been mapped fully. But then when you consider a potential space related navy it makes sense they would exist for any incoming space objects have a larger chance of entering the oceans instead of land impact and some water related security should be there to analyze.

SnF



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 07:56 AM
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Originally posted by mab22
nice find,
i remember reading about pyramids in bermuda,
check the link below
bermuda pyramids

not a very credible source though


The Article You linked... very, very odd!






posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 07:56 AM
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In all honesty, it isn't as simple as just mapping the Oceans. After 5000 plus years (minimum) of sea currents running over any ruins, sediment burying anything and changing sea levels creating differing tidal forces on possible locations, the chances of any significant city type sites being located is very small and the cost to search is eye wateringly high. The chances are that any finds would be crushed fragments, not easy to find under tonnes of sediment at the bottom of the sea.

I suspect that future finds off shore will be linked to significant discoveries made on land - things that will give clues as to where to search. Until then, the oceans are too big and expensive to properly scour.



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 08:00 AM
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Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
reply to post by Arken
 


Another AMAZING find Arken
I feel there is much hidden data about the past of humans and possible others hidden under new sea floor from past Earth cycles in relation to crust movements and water relocation. It makes you wonder why the bottom of the oceans floors haven't been mapped fully. But then when you consider a potential space related navy it makes sense they would exist for any incoming space objects have a larger chance of entering the oceans instead of land impact and some water related security should be there to analyze. SnF


Absolutely, my friend.


The Oceans hide our unknown past like Space...



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 08:07 AM
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Originally posted by Flavian
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In all honesty, it isn't as simple as just mapping the Oceans. After 5000 plus years (minimum) of sea currents running over any ruins, sediment burying anything and changing sea levels creating differing tidal forces on possible locations, the chances of any significant city type sites being located is very small and the cost to search is eye wateringly high. The chances are that any finds would be crushed fragments, not easy to find under tonnes of sediment at the bottom of the sea.

I suspect that future finds off shore will be linked to significant discoveries made on land - things that will give clues as to where to search. Until then, the oceans are too big and expensive to properly scour.


Yes I can agree with that
but when you consider high tech scan potentials its not hard to consider the technology existing that would allow satilite and mobile microwave sonar or some other kind of wave scanning tech being available for them to scan earth well from space sea or even from towers on land. So I think it can be done. The financial cost may be staggering but imagine they find a treasure of pricey metallics down there or even ancient tech the find would fund the exploration cost. I just think there are some of Earth who either know whats REALLY down there and are told to keep it "hush" by unforseen influences upon Earth (like no tresspassing) somewhat. But I see your point. A machin like haarp array working the land and space HARMONICS CAN ALSO DETECT WHATS BELOW THE SEDIMENT EVEN IF SEDIMENT COVERING IN THOUSANDS OF FEET LAYERS.
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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 08:12 AM
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Originally posted by Arken

Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
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Another AMAZING find Arken
I feel there is much hidden data about the past of humans and possible others hidden under new sea floor from past Earth cycles in relation to crust movements and water relocation. It makes you wonder why the bottom of the oceans floors haven't been mapped fully. But then when you consider a potential space related navy it makes sense they would exist for any incoming space objects have a larger chance of entering the oceans instead of land impact and some water related security should be there to analyze. SnF


Absolutely, my friend.


The Oceans hide our unknown past like Space...


I agree and they may hide the past of OTHERs not from or even native of Earth as well. Imagine not a gloom scenerio but a location currently above ground say with large stock piles of minerals gold diamonds ect. and then this region became covered by oceans and previous oceans area became land that "VAULT" or vaults would stay beneath undetected until found or until that region came back above ground again. I love the mysteries of this planet it keps you motivated to seek more TRUTH...



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 08:12 AM
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If we get the tech, i would start with shore lines from around 10'000 to 5'000 years ago, worldwide. I would start off the east coast of India, around Sri Lanka, definitely all of the Black Sea region, as well as west coast Europe and east coast America / Caribbean.



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 08:17 AM
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I like it..Very interesting..Hope there is something to it.

Sohas anything out of the ordinary happened over the pyramids we have on land?
Wasn't it mentioned one in Biosnia was projecting some sort of beam? or was that bogus?
s&f
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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 08:24 AM
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If that is an accurate image that pyramid show almost zero erosion. The visible edges appear to be sharp and exact...perfect really. Wouldn't something under water for that long have been smoothed by the currents or dissolved by the salt water even a little bit? Maybe it was buried and protected by sediment or mud ... but still.

I'm leaning towards it being some sort of false artifact made by the camera/sonar equipment, or maybe pixelization.



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 09:15 AM
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in spirit science he talks about a merkaba being in the bermuta triangle (atlantis) check it out

youtu.be...



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 09:37 AM
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Hello Arken.

I have heard about the pyramids off of Florida, I find it to be quite interesting. I am not sure what or who they belong to but pyramids are all over the world. They meant something to many all over.

I came across this this morning and ironically enough I came across your thread shortly after.

This is a newspaper article from 1987 here in Florida. A guy claims to have found a pyramid off the coast of Florida, more specifically Indian River County. That is just south of me by about 20mins beachside. I quickly looked for more information but I can only find various articles on the same subject and they are from the 80s. Maybe you have come across this?


March 16, 1987|By JAY HAMBURG, The Orlando Sentinel
ORLANDO -- Alfred Conway keeps remembering the days he used to hunt treasure with Mel Fisher, who is rich as a pirate king since finding the gold-laden Atocha off Key West.

Conway, a Vero Beach treasure hunter, has yet to uncover a bounty rich as his friend`s. But he claims to have found an underwater pyramid off Indian River County.

source

Here is a link to the actual news paper article.
Google Newspaper, FL pyramid

Not sure how accurate this is. I did google the other guys name, Mel Fisher and found out who he was. Alfred though I can't find all that much on.

Cool thread. I am gonna look at this area on google earth and see if anything comes up.



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 09:44 AM
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Thanks for your contribution, my friend.


In this time we would have had need the "Justin" experience...

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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 09:55 AM
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Tell me something I don't know!! Of course there is a pyramid on the ocean floor! It's not the only one or man made structure in the ocean. It used to be dry land. Then the flood came and wiped everything out. I thought you all would now this by now! Remember, people used to populate the whole world. Populations were not just confined to certain areas. In the book of Genesis in the Holy Bible, it talks about people living through out the whole earth! They built great cities. Then the populace sined greatly and God caused a flood and wiped them all out except Noah and his family. Then after the flood receded, Noah and his family repoulated the earth. Not just the middle east or surrounding areas. The whole Earth. That's why you have the same tales in all cultures. That's why there are pyramids on all continents! That's why you see white and african sculptures in south America. Thats why we find Hebrew and a sub Phonecian language throught North and South America. I could go on but you get the point.



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 10:05 AM
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Interesting image but the images produced by side scan sonar can be deceptive. A steeply raised object should produce a "shadow". The "pyramid" shows no shadow.


It should also be noted that the sonar data has undergone quite a lot of processing and the image is built up from a mosaic of many passes of the vessel. As can be seen in better resolution, the "pyramid" seems to be the stitching lines between several mosiac parts.

coastalmap.marine.usgs.gov...

The "pyramid" is about 6 miles across at its base and lies in waters more than 5,000 feet deep. That undersea terrain was never uncovered.

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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 10:17 AM
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I just do not understand the science behind this bit, it makes my eyes cross and my brain melt. However, i have to admit that seems a highly plausible explanation. You sod!



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
Interesting image but the images produced by side scan sonar can be deceptive. A steeply raised object should produce a "shadow". The "pyramid" shows no shadow.


It should also be noted that the sonar data has undergone quite a lot of processing and the image is built up from a mosaic of many passes of the vessel. As can be seen in better resolution, the "pyramid" seems to be the stitching lines between several mosiac parts.

coastalmap.marine.usgs.gov...

The "pyramid" is about 6 miles across at its base and lies in waters more than 5,000 feet deep. That undersea terrain was never uncovered.

edit on 1/31/2012 by Phage because: (no reason given)


Use his link above for the CMGP Map viewer and put our pointer on these coordinates and make the map viewer big and the coords are on bottom left of page

30.066535
76.735237

These will put you directly on the pyramid shape. Interesting find although I agree with the Biblcal comment of the flood and the great plains being covered I think if you look at this picture on the map viewer you do not see any of the other scans producing these straight lines or triangle pyramidal effects in fact they seem to mostly swirl. I think this could be something worth looking at also. But again it is just pre-flood buildings if it is there.



posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
Interesting image but the images produced by side scan sonar can be deceptive. A steeply raised object should produce a "shadow". The "pyramid" shows no shadow.


It should also be noted that the sonar data has undergone quite a lot of processing and the image is built up from a mosaic of many passes of the vessel. As can be seen in better resolution, the "pyramid" seems to be the stitching lines between several mosiac parts.

coastalmap.marine.usgs.gov...

The "pyramid" is about 6 miles across at its base and lies in waters more than 5,000 feet deep. That undersea terrain was never uncovered.

edit on 1/31/2012 by Phage because: (no reason given)


Use his link above for the CMGP Map viewer and put our pointer on these coordinates and make the map viewer big and the coords are on bottom left of page

30.06635
76.735237

These will put you directly on the pyramid shape. Interesting find although I agree with the Biblcal comment of the flood and the great plains being covered I think if you look at this picture on the map viewer you do not see any of the other scans producing these straight lines or triangle pyramidal effects in fact they seem to mostly swirl. I think this could be something worth looking at also. But again it is just pre-flood buildings if it is there.



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