10 Interesting Secrets about the Lost Civilizations

10 Interesting Secrets about the Lost Civilizations

How can we know who we are if we do not know where we came from? It is clear – from fragments of evidence, tradition, and myth – that we have an incomplete picture of the first days of human civilization. It is possible that all civilizations, some with advanced technology, were born and ended. At the very least, human culture reaches beyond that recognized by traditional history.

There are many secrets in our ancient past, but there may be evidence of that past around the world in the form of sunken cities, buried structures, obscure hieroglyphics, works of art and so forth.

Here are 10 of the most intriguing puzzles that make up our past. These secrets are ambiguous and varying degrees of doubt, but nevertheless, they are all wonderful.

1. Egyptian treasures in the Grand Canyon

The April 5, 1909 edition of the Arizona State Gazette published an article entitled “Explorations at the Grand Canyon: Great Discoveries Indicate That People Have Migrated from the Middle East.” According to the article, the campaign was funded by the Smithsonian Institute (the Smithsonian Institute) and discovered artifacts that, if verified, would make traditional history stand out. Inside a cave “carved in hard rock with human hands” were found plates with hieroglyphic inscriptions, copper weapons, statues of Egyptian gods and mummies.

Despite the great curiosity, the truth of this story is simply questionable because the site has not been found before. The Samatsuni evades all knowledge of discovery, and many campaigns are looking for the cave and come back with nostalgia. Was the article just a joke?

” While the whole story cannot be ruled out as an elaborate journalistic trick,” says researcher David Hacher Childress, “the fact is that the article was on the front page, called the prestigious Smithsonian Institution, and presented a very detailed, multi-page story that adds to its credibility. It’s hard to believe that such a story came out of nowhere. “

2. The Age of the Pyramids and the Sphinx

Most Egyptian scientists believe that the Great Sphinx is located on the Giza plateau about 4,500 years ago. But this figure remains a belief and a theory, not a fact. As Robert Buval says in his book “The Age of the Sphinx”: ” There were no inscriptions carved on a wall or wall or written on a collection of papyri ” that links the sphinx with this period of time. So when was this statue built?

John Antony West challenged the accepted age of the statue when he pointed to vertical weathering at the base of the Sphinx, which could only be caused by long-term exposure to water in the form of heavy rain. In the middle of the desert? Where did the water come from? It happens that this region of the world has experienced such rainfall for about 10,500 years ago. This will make the Sphinx twice as old as it is now.

According to Buval and Graham Hancock, the Great Pyramid also dates back to around 10,500 BC, before the emergence of Egyptian civilization. This raises the question of who they are and how he did it.

3. Nazca Lines

You can find the famous Nazca Lines in the desert 200 miles south of Lima, Peru. With an average measurement of about 37 miles long and one mile wide and the forms that have puzzled the scientific community since its discovery in the 1930s. The lines are perfectly straight, some parallel to the other, many crosses, and the lines look like air from the air as old airport runways.

This is why Eric von Danskin, in his book “The Carts of the Gods,” suggested absurdly – as we think – that these lines were actually runways for a spacecraft as if they needed runways already. The most interesting is the giant forms of seventy of some animals engraved in the earth (monkey, spider, and birds humming among others).

The puzzle is that these lines and shapes of this magnitude can only be recognized from high altitudes (rediscovered in the 1930s by a plane flying over them). So what is its significance? Some believe they have an astronomical purpose, while others believe they serve them in religious ceremonies. Modern theory suggests that lines lead to precious water sources. The truth is, no one really knows the truth.

4. Atlantis site

There are many theories about the reallocation of the island of Atlantis and there are disturbing messages in your email. We got the legend of Atlantis from Plato, who wrote about a beautiful island, technically advanced and continent-size in 370 BC, but his description of its geographical location was limited and mysterious. Many conclude – of course – that the island never existed, and was just a myth.

Those who think they exist are looking for evidence or at least in almost every corner of the world. The famous Edgar Casey prophecies say that the remains of Atlantis may be found around Bermuda, and in 1969, geometric stone formations were found alongside Bimini, which the theoreticians said confirmed a case prediction. Other proposed Atlantis sites include Antarctica, Mexico, off the coast of Britain, and possibly even off the coast of Cuba. The author Alan Alford offers the argument that Atlantis is not an island at all, but an exploding planet.

5. Mayan Calendar

There was much concern about the alleged prophecies of the Mayan calendar. Many people fear him – perhaps – more than they feared the catastrophe that was threatening the 2000 year of birth. All concern depends on finding that the Mayan calendar “Countdown” ends on the date corresponding to December 21, 2012.

What does this mean? End of the World through some disasters or world wars? The beginning of a new era, or a new era for humanity? These prophecies are sold by an old non-traffic. Well, 2012 came and ended, but some people still think of something in this prophecy, that 2012 was just the beginning.

6. Japanese ruins submerged

Off the south shore of Okinawa in Japan, at a depth of 20 to 100 feet under the water lie mysterious structures may be built by old lost civilizations. Skeptics say that large and gradual forms may be natural at first. ” Later in the following year, another diver in the waters of Okinawa stumbled to see a huge arch or gate of huge mass stones beautifully fitted together in prehistoric construction, found among the cities of Inca on the other side, ” writes Frank Joseph in an article in the Atlantis Rising. From the Pacific, in the Andes of South America. ” This seems to confirm that these ruins are man-made.

The architecture includes what appear to be paved streets, road intersections and formations resembling the ecclesiastical altar, and ladders leading to large squares and sequential roads topped by pairs of towering towers-like features. If a city is soaked, it is a big city. Suggested that they may be the lost civilization of “Mo” or “Limoria”.

7. Travel to the Americas

We all learned that Columbus discovered America; that is what they meant to teach us. However, Columbus has been the one who started the European invasion of the Americas. People had “discovered” the continent long before Columbus discovered it of course. Known as the Native Americans, arrived centuries before Columbus, and there is good evidence that the explorers of other civilizations also defeated Columbus. It is widely accepted that Lev Ericsson successfully sailed to the North American continent in 1000 AD.

More surprisingly, traces of ancient cultures were discovered in the continent. Greek and Roman coins and pottery were found in the United States and Mexico, and Egyptian statues of Osis and Osiris were found in Mexico, not to mention the discovery of the Grand Canyon (see above); ancient Hebrew and Asian artifacts were found. The truth is, we know very little about past travel cultures.

8. The submerged city of Cuba

In May 2001, a dramatic discovery was made by Advanced Digital Communications (ADC), a Canadian company that was mapping the ocean floor in Cuba’s territorial waters. The sonar readings – a device found in ships – showed something very unexpected and amazing at 2200 feet below the surface of the water. The stones were placed in an engineering pattern and looked like the ruins of a city. ” What we have found is a puzzle, ” says ADC’s Paul Winswig. ” Nature was not able to build something similar alone. This is not normal, but we do not know what it is. ” A wonderful city soaked? It should be Atlantis, and it was the direct proposal of many enthusiasts.

National Geographic has shown great interest in the site and has participated in the subsequent research. In 2003, a submarine was sunk to explore the structures. ” It looks like it could be a big urban center, ” said Polina Zielinski of ADC. However, it may be irresponsible to say how the structure was before without evidence. ” More discoveries will appear soon.

9. “Mo” or “Limoria”

Its fame resembles the fame of Atlantis, the mythical world lost from Mo, sometimes called Limoria. According to the tradition among many Pacific islands, Mu was a tropical paradise resembling the gardens of Aden sunk somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, with all its beautiful inhabitants, thousands of years ago. As in Atlantis, there is a constant debate to see if they already exist, and if so, where they are. Madame Elena Petrovna Blavatsky, the founder of the Sufism movement in the 1980s, believed that Mo was in the Indian Ocean. The ancient inhabitants of this world have become favorites by those who bring their enlightened messages to the present times.

10. Submerged Caribbean Pyramids

One of the most interesting stories to discover the ruins of a lost civilization is the story of Dr. Ray Brown. In 1970, while diving in the Bari Islands of Bahamas, Dr. Brown claimed he had seen a 120-foot “mirror shine” as long as he could see only the top 90 feet. The pyramid had a colorful dome and was surrounded by the ruins of other buildings. Pushing him into a room he found a crystal necklace with two metal hands. Brown’s story looks fake, but it’s amazing. But it raises the imagination and wonders about all the mysteries that are there below, the lost worlds are waiting to be rediscovered.

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