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Ancient Pyramids Found in Antarctica

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There's an interesting theory that the entire crust of the Earth rotated around the core in one piece in a short time resulting in the frozen polar regions moving into temperate zones and Antartica being shifted into it's current location. This resulted in rapid sea levels rising at the end of the last ice age.

This is postulated because a map has been found dated around 1500's that shows Antartica's coastline without ice...that is the entire coastline exposed. Also the map makes reference that it was put together from many other ancient maps. Antartica's coast without ice was not charted in modern times until the 1950's with seismic techniques.

If you search Youtube there's a great documentary by Graham Hancock about this.

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There's an interesting theory that the entire crust of the Earth rotated around the core in one piece in a short time resulting in the frozen polar regions moving into temperate zones and Antartica being shifted into it's current location. This resulted in rapid sea levels rising at the end of the last ice age.

This is postulated because a map has been found dated around 1500's that shows Antartica's coastline without ice...that is the entire coastline exposed. Also the map makes reference that it was put together from many other ancient maps. Antartica's coast without ice was not charted in modern times until the 1950's with seismic techniques.

If you search Youtube there's a great documentary by Graham Hancock about this.

Piri Reis map doesn't show an ice free Antarctica, but the south-eastern coast of South America.

Try this one:

http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?app=blog&module=display&section=blog&blogid=2684&showentry=23172

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Edited by Abramelin

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Piri Reis map doesn't show an ice free Antarctica, but the south-eastern coast of South America.

Try this one:

http://www.unexplain...showentry=23172

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Well this says antartica is on it

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Well this says antartica is on it

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Did you check the links? Here's a pic from the first link:

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Edited by Abramelin

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Yes, Abramelin I viewed the links. Very interesting.

It's a shame that an educated man such as Graham Hancock, clearly has never researched this map in any depth. In fact he states in the documentary that he bases his conjecture on the analysis of the map by some second rate conspiracy theorist...I looked him up and his closest approach to science is pixies and fairies. I was so disgusted I didn't bother noting the name. Repeating the name only gives him further popularity with the Google[bot]. He claims the map in question rivals the accuracy of today's maps. In viewing it I can see why so many ships of the day sank before they got out of sight of their home port.

This is exactly why I have come to this forum. I want to get some educated analysis on many of the radical claims made by the so-called "ancient astronaut theorists".

Personally I think these wild claims by the you-know-all-their-names authors are just a cop-out from doing scientific analysis of our ancient past.

I don't buy the theory that because stones are too heavy to be lifted by humans, then they must have been helped by giants or ET's with an anti-gravity beam.

Thank you for your open-minded view of this topic.

Edited by synchronomy

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