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« Reply #15 on: September 06, 2007, 03:27:11 pm »



then they give me this link

ATLANTIS AND THE ATLANTIC OCEAN


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In 1981, an expedition along the underwater shelf off the Canary Islands disclosed large stone slabs set on the sea bottom at a depth of about 50 feet over an area of 900 sq feet. The stones appeared to be carefully set, and wide stone steps led down from the central pavement. An undersea wall, off the Moroccan coast, extending several miles in length, has also been discovered and photographed.

Besides the theory of the drowning of the Atlantisí due to the rise in the sea level at the end of the last Ice age, the other theories given out for its sudden disappearance include violent earthquakes, seaquakes and volcanic explosions resulting in its sinking into the sea. The mid-Atlantic ridge, dividing the Atlantic into two almost equal parts, is the highest mountain range, under water, and is situated in the most active seismic zone. In the past few hundred years, there have been several known instances of the appearance and disappearance of islands in the Atlantic, due to the seismic activity of its oceanic floor. Thus, in 1622, the city of Villa Franca, capital of the Azorian island of Sao Maguel fell into the sea due to a sudden seismic convulsion. In 1811, a large volcanic island appeared in the Azores, was given the name Sambrina, and then disappeared into the sea after a few years.

It is also speculated that the advanced civilisation of the Atlantis had tapped unknown sources of energy specially those inherent in the tectonic plate movements which are responsible for earthquakes. Unwise utilisation of this source of energy might have led to its being destroyed in a major earthquake.

Whatever the truth about the Atlantis, the same is bound to be known with the application of modern day tools of research and discovery. Till then, it will remain in the realm of speculation, buried at the bottom of the Atlantic.


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For discoveries in that region we had to wait until 1981, when an expedition lead by Pippo Cappellano found some mysterious ruins with strange carved symbols on the ocean floor near the coast of Lanzarote. At a depth of about 50
feet and over an area of 900 square feet, they found large flat stones that look like they were carefully put into place.
These blocks were followed by wide stone steps. But thatís not all. On the other side, near the Moroccan coast, a
several miles long undersea wall has been discovered and photographed. What is hidden on the bottom of the
Atlantic? Are these the remains of the sunken civilization Atlantis? Like with the Yonaguni structures, many orthodox scientists claim they are natural forms, without adequate research, seemingly to avoid having to admit any mistakes in our history books.
The underwater structures in the Canary region were found at a depth of only 50 feet. That means they were
probably still above water some 2000 years ago. Therefore researchers concluded that Romans, Greeks or
Phoenicians must have built them. But none of them ever colonized the Canaries, so what would drive them to build these structures? There is indeed evidence, like some Roman amphoras, that indicates Europeans stopped by in the region, but their presence was probably of no substantial importance. It seems more logical to follow another path. Not everything of Atlantis sunk, so these structures could still be the last remains of the empire, swallowed by the
sea around the time of Christ.


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« Reply #19 on: September 06, 2007, 05:31:47 pm »


ORZOLA - LANZAROTE
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« Reply #21 on: September 06, 2007, 05:48:13 pm »


Los Jameos del Agua (Water Caverns) - Carretera de Orzola, Malpais de La Corona, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

Lanzarote's Jameos del Agua are one of the island's most unusual tourist attractions and consist of a series of underground caves, tunnels and grottoes.

Standing at the base of the Monte de la Corona volcano, the caves and passageways are the result of volcanic activity and accumulations of gas and huge bubbles within the molten lava, around 3,000 years ago.

Highly developed with tourism in mind, the Jameos del Agua caves now incorporate a swimming pool, gardens, a nightclub with bars, and an enormous concert cave, which can hold around 600 people.
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Cueva De Los Verdes (Green Caves) - Carretera de Orzola, Malpais de La Corona, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

Standing on the northern side of Lanzarote, the Cueva De Los Verdes is part of the same underground lava cave network as Jameos del Agua, with is situated nearby.

Stretching for around 4 miles / 6 km, many of the passages are fairly narrow and guided tours last around one hour, being available both in English and Spanish.

Famous for being a much-used local refuge from pirates many years ago, who once searched for slaves on the island, modern lighting effects add character and drama to the caves.
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« Reply #23 on: September 06, 2007, 05:59:45 pm »


LOOKING WEST - ORZOLA
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« Reply #24 on: September 06, 2007, 06:02:19 pm »


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MIRADOR DE ORZOLA
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« Reply #26 on: September 06, 2007, 06:12:26 pm »


LA GARITA. LANZAROTE
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« Reply #27 on: September 06, 2007, 06:14:27 pm »


LA GARITA -LANZAROTE
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« Reply #28 on: September 06, 2007, 06:25:38 pm »


PUNTA MUJERES-LANZAROTE
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