Coordinates – 31 20 N , 24 20 W – ancient under water city?

Coordinates – 31 20 N , 24 20 W – ancient under water city or geologic feature?

‘Dutchsinse’ who posted the video clip on YouTube: “I suppose this means that I, “dutchsinse”, am the official discoverer of Atlantis to bring it public?!”

Unfortunately we must disappoint “Dutchsinse” as early as 2009 this place was discovered by an aeronautical engineer, Bernie Bamford, of Chester who spotted the “city” and “it must be man made,” he said.

The network of criss-cross lines is 620 miles off the coast of north west Africa near the Canary Islands on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. A perfect rectangle – which is around the size of Wales.

Atlantis experts said that the unexplained grid is located at one of the possible sites of the legendary island, which was described by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato. “The site is one of the most prominent places for the proposed location of Atlantis. According to his account, the city sank beneath the ocean after its residents made a failed effort to conquer Athens around 9000 BC. Full article: Google Ocean: Has Atlantis been found off Africa

Google claims that these lines are due to some sort of sonar mapping grid when mapping the ocean floor. But one has to wonder if the “official” explanation holds any truth.

They refresh the images on google earth every so often and this grid hasn’t disappeared in the last two years, so one has to wonder if they truly do exist as geological features on the floor of the ocean or if it is what google claims it is.

It definitely deserves a closer look.

Source and author:  *  telegraph 


4 responses to “Coordinates – 31 20 N , 24 20 W – ancient under water city?

  1. If that is a city, then it would measure about 163×122 kilometers. Or 100×75 miles. That would be 7,500 square miles, putting it well above the size of the largest cities in the modern world, such as Beijing or New York City.

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  2. This could mean that somebody with a lot of money–read a government–was interested in finding something that they thought was there…

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  3. well look at it google is trying to play it off, straight away that should ring alarm bells and especially when their excuse is sonar mapping error, im sure the error happened consecutively on every other sonar shot taken over the same spot.

    Id hazard a guess that one of googles, or some other giant company, is already looking at this area. You only have to look at history to know that we are constantly given false explanations to cover up genuine articles. eg the stealth bomber, people said they saw strange black planes and were ridiculed and played off as nutjobs drinking to much whiskey, then the government comes out and just says ‘yea they were actually telling the truth’. same case here.

    some guys think this could be atlantis and have some proof to back it, then google trys to shove theem out with a flimsy excuse, and they are probably looking at it right this second. I hate all the secritism (i know its not a word) that happens today, whatever happend to the age of technology and the fact that knowledge should be shared.

    now it just seems that knowledge belongs to the rich and the poor are back to being peasants, welcome to the ‘II dark ages ‘ everyone.

    Luke

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  4. It’s interesting it wasn’t automatically written off as natural geology. That is the common response to ancient submerged geometric structures being found all over the place.
    It’s frustrating that science often disputes or ridicules new discoveries about our ancient past because it doesn’t fit into the official version of civilisation being no older than 5 – 6 thousand years.
    This has always seemed ludicrous to me but obviously fits into the crazy religious angle of the Earth being no older than this, lol.
    Lots of structures have now been dated independently to older than 10 thousand years but the official line of history can’t handle this so discount these theories and rubbish people’s reputations.

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