Re: Yonaguni Structures
Jul 27, 2006 08:00 AM
by Mark Jaqua
Re: Yonaguni structures.
I don't know if anyone checked out the underwater Yonaguni
stuctures off the coast of Japan at:
or had previous knowledge of them, but this might be something
REALLY old, not just 10s of thousands but hundreds of thousands or a million.
Most recent "ancient civilizations" used medium-sized stone
construction. Previous to that is speculated the "megalithic
construction" in which huge irregular blocks of stone - up to
several hundred tons - are almost molded to fit into each other
like a jigsaw puzzle. This is seen in some Peru sites, like
Sacsayhuaman. In this progression, even older construction
might be based on "terra-forming" or carving out and forming the
bedrock, into huge platforms, stairs, et.al. This is what the
Yonaguni structures look like. Childress, in his "Lost Cities &
Ancient Mysteries of South America," says that there is similar
strange construction at Kenko, Peru (pp. 76-77) which seems
older than any other site. The Yonaguni site may have been
something covered by sediment for untold thousands of years
above ground. Then when the area subsided some 10-12,000 years
ago, the strong ocean currents in the area swept the sediment of
a million years away and revealed the structures.
- jake j.
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