Yonaguni, definition and study; A-Z index of Cognitio.

The island of Yonaguni in Japan became famous in the late twentieth century, after a large stone structure known as the Yonaguni Monument was discovered on the seabed off the southern coast of the island. The discovery occurred in 1987, when some divers dived into the waters south of the island to study the large population of hammerhead sharks that gather in the area. It was the Japanese Kihachiro Aratake, during these dives, who accidentally discovered what seemed to him an architectural structure, a part of which is sandwiched between two pillars that rise eight meters from the surface. Taken together, the structures found recall the Egyptian pyramids.

Egyptian pyramids

Egyptian pyramids

Since then, many scientists have studied the phenomenon, despite the presence of strong ocean currents, which make diving prohibitive. The seabed contains what appears to be the ruins of a civilization formed at the end of the ice age. Traces of flora, fauna and stalactites have been found that usually form only on the surface. Their resemblance to other artifacts from the ancient world has led some to theorize that they could be the remains of an ancient civilization dating back 10,000 years. Other analyzes indicate that the origin of the structure, which measures 120 m in length, 40 m in width and 20–25 m in height, can be traced back to 8,000 years ago. The singular conformation of the rocks that make up the “monument” has given rise to a controversy over its origin. According to some scholars, it would be the result of man’s work, a hypothesis that would entail the existence of an ancient civilization that has disappeared. According to other scientists, the causes that led to its formation are of exclusive geological and natural origin. 

Quote by Alessandro Brizzi.

It is undeniable to think how this wonderful and so impressive structure is not there by chance … As it is now known that what we see today as the earth’s surface, yesterday was at the bottom of the sea …
What I see is an “artificial” structure, built by Ancient Aliens, who in the past built pyramids all over the world! So the question is not — What does such a structure do under the seabed?
But rather it should be — Who built it?

Yonaguni, definition and study; A-Z index of Cognitio.

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