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Atlantis on Google Earth

Posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Uploaded by stevemagegod
Atlantis on Google Earth
Image credit: © Google Earth

Uploader comment: Sonar artifacts or ancient civilization? You decide.


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Comment icon #7 Posted by Tropical exile on 6/27/2010
Origanally from the east coast of the continental U.S, I started noticing images like this in different areas offshore . There's some off Cape Hatteras, North carolina which are rather large to say the least.Something on the order of 17 miles long by 2 and a 1/2 miles wide.Then, I noticed off Cape Canaveral, Florida an image that looks similar to the one in the image.It could always be a "section" of Atlantis, but until you get some cameras with hi resolution down there to check it out, it's gonna be impossible to say for sure.This stuff is popping up all over the globe, and ...
Comment icon #6 Posted by Raidoner on 12/22/2010
Yeah, there were definitely more advanced cities spread out the globe before the the melting of the ice caps over 10K years ago. History will need to be revamped.
Comment icon #5 Posted by mr rainbow on 4/12/2011
havent i seen this before?
Comment icon #4 Posted by grnpaed on 4/22/2011
You guys are right. I recommend two books by Graham Hancock: "UNDERWORLD: The Mysterious Origins of Civilization" and "TALISMAN: Sacred cities, Secret Faith".
Comment icon #3 Posted by Erudite Celt on 5/27/2012
Can you supply the co-ordinates? What is the size of the area covered? Posting a picture without relevant data is an exercise in futility, ie it ain't worth Jack ****!
Comment icon #2 Posted by stevemagegod on 1/9/2013
Holy **** this Image Has 6,660 Views. 666 on the Dot.
Comment icon #1 Posted by Erudite Celt on 1/23/2013
Nope! it's six thousand more than six hundred and sixty six.
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