posted on Oct, 18 2003 @ 03:24 PM
Immediately following the close of the last ice age, the bulk of the north was still overed in ice. Hence, sea level was MUCH lower. Here's my
Long ago, on the Japanese island of Honshu, lived a group of people known as the Jomon. Not much is known of them, except that their numbers were
supposedly small, and that they worshipped a goddess. Now, I contest that much of the Jomon culture may have lived below what is now sea level, and
their ruins were covered up by the melt of the glaciers. Considering that when chinese immigrants crossed the japanese Land bridge (now covered up by
the sea) they discovered the Jomon, living in tents, etc. However, the Jomon had been on Honshu for several centuries prior to the appearance of these
people, who would become the japanese. Is it possible that the Jomon, knowing what was to come, retreated back onto higher ground? I'd say yes. I'm
saying that what those divers are finding, and calling the ruins of MU are actually the ruins of the Jomon. That's just my 2 cents. Peace.