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Japanese geologist Masaaki Kimura claims that at the bottom of the ocean off Yonaguni Island are the ruins of a city built by a lost civilization. Is this a trace of the alleged continent of Mu?

According to Prof. Masaaki Kimura, the mysterious Yonaguni structure is over 200 meters long and about 25 meters high. It resembles a platform with terraces and stairs arranged on it. According to Kimura, the stone blocks were worked by human hand. Off the coast of Yonaguni Island, which belongs to the Riukiu archipelago, at a depth of 25 meters there is a large boulder formation resembling the ruins of a huge megalithic building. Prof. Kimura has been studying this object for years.

The research of the Japanese geologist was publicized by enthusiasts of the idea that in the distant past there were advanced civilizations that disappeared as a result of cataclysms and the sinking of land. Kimura himself, realizing that his hypothesis has many opponents in the world of science, formulates his conclusions very carefully: "It can be assumed that these objects were built 2-3 thousand years ago when the sea level was lower than today - said Kimura in 2007 at the 21st Pacific Science Congress.

The Japanese geologist is today the world's foremost expert on the Yonaguni monuments. According to his calculations, the mysterious structure is more than 200 meters long and about 25 meters high. It resembles a platform with terraces and stairs arranged on it. As already mentioned, according to Kimura, the stone blocks were worked by human hand. Although the Japanese give the approximate date of the construction with great caution, other researchers prove that the Yonaguni monuments must have been under water much earlier, 13-8 thousand years ago. After that period, the water level of the world ocean changed little.

 

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Christopher Livingstone

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