The Japanese Pyramid: Crafted By Nature or Man?
The controversy over the 8-story high- 5 kilometre long underwater pyramid off the Japanese island of Yonaguni, falls between belief and the illusion of scientific fact. Of the very few ‘science experts’ that have visited the underwater anomaly, the immediate reaction on first sight is that it is crafted by nature, without any scientific investigation, as is the case with the underwater pyramid off the Bahamas. It has always been believed that the Great Pyramid of Egypt was built by man, and all subsequent investigations have held that thought in mind although until today, there is no real scientific explanation as to how the Great Pyramid of Egypt was built!
Discovered by local diver, Kihachiro Aratake in 1987, the underwater anomaly on sight begs for man to solve this conundrum, which if built, was built above water, which in that locality dates back to 8 – 10,000 years old. If it was built and not crafted by nature, the expert world of geologists, archaeologists, anthropologists, and geophysicists upside down, indicating an ancient civilization that networked around the world, as many similarities in expression of architectural concepts point to a common belief system, and a higher form of technology than that highly regarded today. Added to this above ground is a local village the gravestones of which bear a striking resemblance to the same architectural concept pointing to a generational legacy.
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