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  • Off the coast of Yonaguni Jima, an island that is part of Japan, there is an under water city and pyramid that was probably sunk into the ocean by an earthquake 2000 years ago. Although there is a hot debate on whether it was made by humans or by Mother Nature, why would it not be possible for them to have been built by humans? There are many other underwater pyramids and other structures buried beneath the ocean and a pyramid has recently been discovered on Antarctica, which has not always been covered with glacier ice. The dates on some of the pyramids have been pushed back to thousands of years ago.

    It should be apparent to us by now, that when the oceans rise from global warming, many of our cities along the coast will also be buried under the sea. How do we know it hasn't happen in the past? Asteroids have hit Earth causing craters and there was a catastrophic event that buried a city in the waters between Guatemala and Cuba, possibly 12,000 years ago. You can even believe that they are Atlantis or Mu, since we don't know what they were originally called, but they are there and they cannot be ignored.

    Do our beliefs hold us back by thinking we are the most advanced civilization ever to exist on Earth? How do we know whether or not other advanced races have been here before and disappeared over most of the earth and then started again, in the shelter of caves?
  • There are pyramids on every continent and on various islands around the world and we can only make 'educated' guesses and form theories of how we think they were built, who built them and why. There are many other mysteries to be solved, such as giant human fossil bones in various places in the Americas and the discoveries of blonde and red headed mummies which have been found in Nevada, China, Egypt and Peru.

    The Uni-verse and our Earth are indeed full of mystery and wonder, with many secrets still waiting to be revealed and we can only postulate what came before recent humankind, and this requires the necessity of keeping an open mind to the meaning of these wonderful enigmas. After all, what do we really know about what happened in those very ancient times? What do we really know about what happened just yesterday? Not much, it seems.
  • There are many references online to all these pyramids and other structures as well as the remains of mummies in various parts of Earth.

    A few references are below and you can find many more online.

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/09/070919-sunken-city.html
    http://www.rabbithole2.com/presentation/ancient/ancient_underwater_cities_found.htm
    http://strangesounds.org/2013/02/legends-and-myths-discovered-underwater-cities-around-the-world.html
    http://www.galenfrysinger.com/teuchitlan_pyramids.htm
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2009/10/30/us-guatemala-archaeology-idUSTRE59T4P120091030
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/fr/1448108/posts
    http://www.ancient-wisdom.co.uk/underwater.htm
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gmJB1DHhAw
    http://www.wvwnews.net/story.php?id=7987
    http://www.white-history.com/hwr6b.htm
    http://www.burlingtonnews.net/redhairedmummiescanaryislands.html
  • Backgrounds in the digital collages were made with Bryce, and the first one contains part of an old photograph made in the late 1800's of the Chihuahua Cathedral in Mexico.
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