September 24, 2013

Underwater Pyramid "60 meters high" discovered in Azores

Researchers have discovered an underwater pyramid 60 meters high and 8000 meters square base near the Bank De João de Castro, between the islands of Terceira and São Miguel.

The structure was identified by the sailor Diocleciano Smith based on bathymetry readings. The author does not believe that the pyramid is of natural origin.

The Government says that the matter is already being investigated with the support of the Portuguese Navy.

The Regional Secretary of Education Luiz Fagundes Duarte believes that, taking into account the location one should not treat it as human work. ww1.rtp.pt

 

5 comments:

  1. LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING HOW THIS PANS OUT.

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  2. By the way , Diocleciano "smith" is, not only a sailor , but a Portuguese Açoreano sailor .

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  3. ahhh , another thing , the Portuguese sailor's name is Diocleciano SILVA , not "smith"(!!??).

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  4. Why didn't you publish what i said before ?! That's the Truth .
    Aren't you loking for the Truth behind the manipulation ?

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