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Recent Archeological Discoveries

Jul 21, 2006 08:38 AM
by Mark Jaqua

      Two "underwater city" recent 
discoveries are further hard evidence 
supporting Blavatsky's statements 
that human civilization goes back 
far further in time than conventional 
archeology holds.  (millions of years,
she says, almost to the "lighting up 
of manas" 18 million years ago.)  
       After the last ice age, maybe 
10,000 years ago,  water levels rose 
gradually and significantly, sinking 
any costal cities that may have existed.  
Discoveries of large areas of 
underwater structures have been found 
in recent years off the coast of India 
at Mahabalipuram and off the coast of 
Japan at Yonaguni and Okinawa. The 
Indian site is geologically estimated 
to have submerged 6,000 years ago, and 
the Japanese sites 10 to 12,000 years 
ago.  Both these discoveries will push 
back current archeologyical theories. 
Conventional archeology will have to 
catch up sooner or later.  Some are 
saying the Japanese structures are 
actually geological formations, which 
one can see how ridiculous such a 
statement is by taking a look at some 
of the pictures.  Some links are below.
              - jake j.

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