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Ruins off he coast of Cuba

Mar 05, 2006 01:15 PM
by krsanna

Some of the same individuals named on this web site stated that the 
layout of the ruins most closely resembled Teotihuacan, shortlly 
after the initial exploration.  The granite composition of 
the "megalithic" structures clearly shows that the site is human-
made, because granite used in the construction is foreign to Cuba.

..."Samples that we recovered from the ocean bottom have justified 
our structures that we call megalithic structures. The samples are 
granite stone, completely polished, with some incrustations of 
fossils. Fossils of organic creatures that normally live on the 
surface, not on the ocean bottom. This is very interesting because 
this is evidence that the whole surface sank to the depth of 700 
meters (2,297 feet, or about a half mile down). 

The area has been seismically active for thousands of years. And 
what we find on the ocean bottom are fractures from which the magma 
and volcanic ash came out. From these structures we were able to 
delineate a configuration of the land that sank because you can see 
them clearly. The land that sank is very obvious from our image of 
the ocean bottom. And you can see bays, like harbors, and it's all 
at the depths of 900 and 700 meters...We think there was a series of 
islands between Cuba and the Yucatan. There could have been sinking 
15,000 years ago... 

The stone we recovered from ocean bottom is very polished granite. 
All of the peninsula of northwast part of Cuba, all of this 
peninsula is limestone, very fractured limestone. So, geologically, 
it (megalithic granite structures) is totally foreign to Cuba. But 
it's also not known in Yucatan because Yucatan is also limestone, 
not granite... 

--- In, leonmaurer@... wrote:
> Check out: 
> In a message dated 3/5/06 2:32:24 PM, timestar@... writes:
> > Information provided to HPB by living residents of Peru was the
> > source of her discovery of the Andean center, with the many 
miles of
> > caves she mentions in "Isis Unveiled."  She employed the 
> > of residents. 
> > 
> > Discoveries as recent as 2001 enlarge the possibility of ancient
> > centers of learning that disseminated "the secret doctrine"
> > considerably.  Cuban and Russian scientists did an initial 
survey of
> > sunken pyramids in the Caribbean, off the coast of Cuba, in 2001 
> > determine that the sunken pyramids most closely resemble those at
> > Teotihuacan.  These sank long before they were recorded in any 
> > literature.  The sunken pyramids in the Caribbean are truly 
> > and lost in history. 
> > 
> > The location in the Caribbean is memorialized in the pyramids at
> > Teotihuacan, built betweeen 300 and 100 BCE.  The location off 
> > coast of Cuba is identified in the TimeStar geometry, and I
> > published that location as the likely site of pyramids in 1997,
> > before the Cubans announced the discovery.
> > 
> > Cuba is an ideal location for a base between the Mediterranean 
> > Mexico.  Cortes sailed from Cuba when first traveling to
> > Mexico.  "The Feathered Serpent," Quetzalcoatl, who gave numbers 
> > letters to Mexico, sailed towards Cuba when he left Mexico.  The
> > discovery of these sunken pyramids and place references pointing 
> > the Caribbean embedded at Teotihuacan is specific and 
significant in
> > this regard.
> > 
> > You will be hearing much more about the sunken pyramids near 
> > when the Cubans and Russians are ready to publish.  The Cubans 
> > refused U.S. assistance with the newly discovered pyramids and 
> > Canadians to do the technical work for the 2001 exploration.  Not
> > much is heard about the pyramids in the U.S., although "National
> > Geograhic" published a small amount of information.
> > 
> > Krsanna Duran
> > 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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