Ancient Pyramids in CHINA
Hartwig Hausdorf, a researcher in Germany, sent over
photographs from his collection, taken during his 1994
trip to the Forbidden Zone in The Shensi Province in
China. Estimates for an age are 4,500 years old, but
Hausdorf mentions the diaries of two Australian traders
who, in 1912, met an old Buddhist monk who told them
these pyramids are mentioned in the 5,000 year old
records of his monastery as being "very old."
Hausdorf reports: There are over 100 pyramids, made of
clay, that have become nearly stone hard over the
centuries. Many are damaged by erosion or farming. One
pyramid is as large as the Pyramid of the Sun of
Teotihuacan in Mexico (which is as large as the Great
Pyramid of Giza). Most are flat topped, some have small
temples on top. There is a stone pyramid in Shandong,
about 50 feet tall.
Stone Monuments or Natural Geology?
The underwater structures, off the coast of
Yonaguni, a tiny, remote island in Okinawa, Japan, 60 to
75 feet below the surface, are magnificent. What are
they, and how old? My friend Shun Daichi sent these
photos taken by Mr. Kihachiro Artake, along with a video
of the extensive coverage given these mystery structures
by Japanese TV. Shun writes, "There are six places
they found structures in the Okinawa area. One is located
in Taiwan. All of them are under the sea. All the
geologists agree that the underwater structures are at
least 12,000 years old."
More info on The
Laura Lee Show.
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