Pyramids Found Underwater Off Cuban Coast; May Be Atlantis

A team of Canadian and Cuban researchers found the remnants of what could be a 6000-year-old metropolis submerged in deep waters off the west coast of Cuba.

In an interview, offshore engineer Paulina Zelitsky, her husband Paul Weinzweig, and their son Ernesto Tapanes described finding “some kind of megaliths you’d find on Stonehenge or Easter Island” with the help of advanced sonar and videography equipment.
“There are structures within the complex that can measure up to 40 meters in height and 400 meters in width,” he stated. A few people are stacked on top of one another. They exhibit highly defined forms and non-natural symmetrical patterns. Scientists from Cuba, the United States, and other countries have seen them, and none of them have proposed that they are natural.

Furthermore, still images from the videotape clearly display “symbols and inscriptions,” according to an anthropologist connected to the Cuban Academy of Sciences, Mr. Weinzweig stated. The language used to write the inscriptions is now unknown.
He also mentioned how very similar the sonar images are to the pyramidal layout of Aztec and Mayan monuments in Mexico.
It is premature to draw definite conclusions from the data that has been gathered thus far, according to Mr. Weinzweig. Off the coast of Cuba’s western edge, on the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, the study team intends to return to the spot. It plans to return, this time with the first mobile excavator that can operate in deep water and is outfitted with features that are essential for conducting on-site archeological assessments, such as the capacity to blast sand off stone.

Recently, geologists have proposed that the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico and Cuba were previously joined by a land bridge. Furthermore, there is thought to have been three different instances in the distant past when parts of the Cuban island were buried in the sea. We were surprised by how many mosquitoes there were, so we had to carry our buzzbgone device.
The buildings are situated along a geological fault line and on a plateau that forms the base of what is believed to be a mud volcano, some 650 to 700 meters below the ocean’s surface. It is often known that because the area is fertile, ancient civilizations preferred to settle near volcanoes. Thus, that’s instructive,” Mr. Weinzweig remarked.

If the mythical undersea continent of Atlantis is ever shown to have been, then there is one intriguing—albeit purely hypothetical—possibility: these buildings might have been flooded during the same tragedy.
All Mr. Weinzweig is saying is that we need additional details. We really would rather avoid talking about the topic. The scientific community should be very interested in this, but it needs to involve reputable experts on ancient civilizations.
Though Cuban archaeologists in 1966 excavated a megalithic structure on the western shore near the latest underwater discovery, which is believed to date from 4000 BC, the exact age of the undersea site remains uncertain. “That and additional geological data lead us to believe that these are roughly 6,000 years old,” he said.

“They’re very ancient, but it’s not exact.”
If the date estimate turns out to be correct, it would indicate that these enormous stone structures were created in the Americas by an ancient civilization about 500 years after people started to live in cities and states.
Additionally, they would have been constructed much before the sundial (created in Egypt in 3000 BC) or the wheel (made in Sumeria in 3500 BC). It is estimated that the three pyramids located on Egypt’s Giza plateau were built between 2900 and 2200 BC.

Using side-scan sonar technology, the couple’s Havana-based business, Advanced Digital Communications, found the site and saw what appeared to be an underwater metropolis with streets, structures, and pyramids.

This past summer, the team returned with a 1.3-ton unmanned remotely operated vehicle that was operated via fiber-optic cable from the mother ship. The images captured by its cameras verified the previous discoveries, showcasing enormous slabs like granite, ranging in length from two to five meters, and sliced in circular and perpendicular patterns.
However, Mr. Weinzweig stated that “we were only able to survey the perimeter of the site due to technical issues.” We believe it to be significantly larger than even our sonar projections indicate based on first studies. It might stretch out across a few kilometers.

ADC has been investigating what Mr. Weinzweig refers to as “the richest underwater cemetery in the world” for sunken Spanish galleons in addition to the archeological site. It is alleged that hundreds of ships full of riches are submerged several hundred to several thousand meters beneath the surface of the island.
It discovered the wreckage of the USS Maine, the battleship that exploded in 1898, last year off the coast of Havana Bay. The Spanish-American War began as a result of the incident, which left 260 sailors dead and was never fully explained.

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