View Full Version : Yonaguni under water pyramid
17th March 2010, 20:36
Another member sent me this video link.
I haven't seen this before...has anyone else?
17th March 2010, 20:49
Yes Gareth, I have.
I seem to recall a History Channel thing about it, maybe 2 yrs ago.
The guy who basically discovered it has a website, as well, although much
of the info is in Japanese. I'm thinking some of it should be translated, by now.
What has always made me laugh is the reaction of the world of "official geologists" which is:
"Nothing to see here, move along. Nothing but natural geologic formations."
Yeah, thanks. We'll call you if we need anything.
17th March 2010, 21:01
English info with photos (http://www.morien-institute.org/yonaguni.html)
The following pages are intended to provide news of recent developments in various studies of the mysterious pyramid
structure that was discovered in 1985 by dive tour operator, Kihachiro Aratake, off the coast of the island of
Yonaguni-jima, Japan. Since 1999, when the Morien Institute first set up some webpages detailing the
'1999 Yonaguni Expedition' of Dr Robert M. Schoch we have been inundated with enquiries from
all parts of the world. Those initial pages contained only the opinions of Dr Schoch, and were
liberally illustrated with underwater photographs taken by Dr Schoch during that
1999 expedition. Others who have dived at Yonaguni have different opinions of
the structure, and we also intend to present their views on these pages.
This institute studies underground sites all over the world.
17th March 2010, 21:23
you know what I would like to see some info on, back in the age of Mayans the water level off the coast of Baja California was 160' lower, there was a large Indian nation living there at the time and many underwater ruins that has been kept a secret from the public to try and keep it from being removed.
I had an ancient fire stone wash up to my feet one day I bent down and picked it up and saw an image of a man holding it and blowing through it to light a fire, it is literally a stone age bic lighter.
If you look at the one side it looks like a small monkey's head you can see where bone is still in place along with the teeth. When you flip it over you see where a small coal could be placed that allowed wind to blow through creating a small blow torch. Pretty ingenious idea actually.
I'll toss a few pictures into my album so everyone can take a look.
21st March 2010, 12:18
I remember reading this article posted on PA in 2009. Not the same ruins, but extremely interesting.
Here the whole text: http://www.heralddeparis.com/previously-undiscovered-ancient-city-found-on-caribbean-sea-floor/65855
It seems that it is not a fresh news (discovery). It was discovered in the 80's. The navy dispatched a National Geographic team to take pictures and footage. After it was done, the story never made it to the public. The story was gone...
Some pictures made it to the surface and came out in the Herald of Paris in 2009.
21st March 2010, 13:00
some fantasic discoveries are found under the water. one thinks if its no suprise more people havent probed further into this most compelling evidence .
simliarly are the pyramids in bosnia too http://www.bosnianpyramid.com/ let alone the rest of the wonderful places on earth where these ancient structures appear...or re-appear...
22nd March 2010, 13:07
The very fact that Yonaguni is underwater should stand as testament to the people of the fact that cataclysmic change happens, and that if the civilisation that produced it has fallen under the waves, what makes them think they are safe?
28th March 2010, 01:50
Thank you Gareth for posting that vid. I felt peace within and a longing to want to go there, like somehow I've been there before and want to return. Cheers.
28th March 2010, 02:08
It is unapparent from the video whether or not an entrance to an interior exists if at all. The structures are enormous and surprisingly free of overgrowth. I wonder how long ago this was submerged? Thanks for sharing Gareth.
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