These were discovered by an amateur satellite archaeologist from North Carolina. It was later confirmed by some ancient maps there are indeed pyramids
in that area. There is some arguing going on suggesting they may be natural land formations.
What do you guys think? I personally hope they are because if so they may possibly be unlooted.
Originally posted by EnhancedInterrogator
Unfortunately, you can declare most (if not all) natural mountain formations as suspect pyramids.
None of those in that slide-show seem particular interesting to me.
Thanks for sharing the link though.
edit on 2013-7-16 by EnhancedInterrogator because: got my thumbs reversed, sorry.
typical of the view, of the mainstream archeologist and geologists and geo-archaeologist, if it doesn't fit their view blow it off and call it natural
or a fake some one made.
then when someone goes out and finds something, they make out like they knew it was entirely possible.
edit on 16-7-2013 by hounddoghowlie
because: (no reason given)
It would be awesome if they found undisturbed pyramid tombs. There may well be some undisturbed tombs left, who knows?
But I'm getting some warning signals on this one:
- they are not affiliated with any university or mainstream archeologists. A BBC link posted earlier in this thread confirming two lost pyramids
involved the University of Alabama at Birmingham and US Egyptologist Dr Sarah Parcak.
- they buried into one of them and found solid granite, not carved blocks of stone
- they want donations to continue their search, so they aren't being funded by say National Geographic
On their website, you have to pay monthly or yearly subscriptions just to see pictures of their digs:
Fantastic thread idea.
My only contribution besides flags and stars is
to check out, www.ancientcanalbuilders.com...
Really right up this very alley and pissing mainstream
archeologists off, left and right.
Great video. One left-field thought though: It's a little disturbing that she's wearing a Skull'n Crossbones necklace (when we see her in picture
at the end). Or is that a trendy Goth thing and i'm just showing my age?
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