posted on May, 3 2003 @ 05:41 PM
"Ancient Pyramids Discovered in Italy
On the Farshores website, Marco V. of Varese, Italy writes, "You may be interested in a discovery which has been recently made: three pyramids were
discovered thanks to satellite and aerial imagery in northern Italy, in the town of Montevecchia… They are the first pyramids ever discovered in Italy
and the dimensions are quite impressive; the highest pyramid is [500 feet] tall. They are stone buildings, as recent excavations have proved. However,
they are now completely covered by ground and vegetation, so that they now look like hills.
"The inclination degree of all the three pyramids is 42/43° and there is a perfect alignment with the Orion constellation (there are a lot of
similarities to the Egyptian pyramids). Their age is still undefined although they are surely older than 3,000 years. Nothing was found nearby which
may help to date the structures and in the area there was not any civilization able to build similar structures at the time (the people who lived
there were mainly gatherers and hunters)."
To see photos of the pyramids, click here.
This is further evidence for Robert Schoch's fascinating theory that an early civilization traveled around the world building pyramids, which is why
they're found in so many different places."
So are they going to dig these up and look for artifacts?
Maybe there will be a mummified E.T.