Cities in the Pacific Ocean ? Really?

Upper Undersea City in the Pacific Ocean

Upper Undersea City in the Pacific Ocean

While searching for something entirely different, I came across a site that said there had once been a large and flourishing civilization in what is the Pacific Ocean today. I saved the page and moved on. My research took me into a Google Earth search, and I panned westward from South America toward the Indian Ocean, and was struck by what I recognized as man-made infrastructures off the coast. They met all the criteria:

  • straight lines with even edges, consistent width, smooth tops
  • targets at each end
  • obvious preferences for squares and rectangles
  • Obvious avoidance of curves and circles

I began to take screenshots.

Click on the Google Earth screenshot above to enlarge it. It will open in a new tab or window. There is a large heavy three-sided square in the center. This may have been “squared off” to fit the purpose of the builders, but it is not a primary structure. It meets no other criteria. My personal impression is that it is a wall on the order of the Great Wall of China, partly because it has a break where the vertical line crosses it, and partly because it is missing its lower side.

Inside this large configuration is a dark square with an addition at the lower left side. This appears to be a city complete with a swath across the central third that includes buildings that give the appearance of pyramids. There are similar configurations to the left and right of the dark square, and a cluster just below it.

Now look at the dark line that comes down from the top, crosses a level area at the point of the wall, goes through the city to the bottom, turns into the added square, then toward the bottom, all straight lines expect where there is an obvious disturbance in the ground, and proceeds toward the bottom of the picture, where it makes a sharp turn to intersect another set of straight lines coming from the upper left, crosses these and proceeds down out of the picture, all in perfectly straight lines and right angles. Nature abhors straight lines, as is evident by the configuration of the volcanic field in the upper right. It has all the markings of a man-made structure.

Now look at the right side of the wall, at the top, where there is a smaller thin dark line just above it. That line marks the bottom-left corner of another perfect square that appears to be a smaller man-made structure of some description.

Now look at the straight lines radiating out of the dark square. One goes at a near-45 degree angle at the 1:30 position, just to the right of the smaller upper square. Going clock-wise, there is a major line that we can tentatively identify as a road from one side of the graphic to the other. Now look at the right-hand wall of the dark square. There is a road leading from the middle of it, past what appears to be a pyramid, out past the wall or escarpment, where it makes a 30 degree turn toward the bottom until it is lost in what appears to resemble stair steps, possibly a mountain range but suspiciously regular. The bottom right of the graphic is slashed by another straight line that may be another road

Returning to the dark square that I shall call the city for convenience, a third of the way from right to left on the bottom is another straight line that disappears into the extension of the straight line on which the original south-ward line “dog-legged” and ends at that point.

Returning to the extension of the town, there are two roads going bottom-leftward, another going from the left wall, and yet another going from the top wall parallel to the previous one. There is a much less obvious road exiting the large square and proceeding to the major wall, with a possible extension to the obvious road just past it after it intersects with yet another road going nearly vertical to the top of the graphic.

This is only an enlarged portion off the west coast of the Americas. There is a much larger city just below it, to which the “dog-leg” road goes.

Roads going long distances in the central pacific region

Roads going long distances in the central pacific region

Notice that the dark city in the first screenshot is now at the top of the graphic, with a much larger city below it, complete with city walls separating the left portion from the right, much larger portion. These wall are far different in form from the natural formation in the lower right corner, which have a much less consistent form.

Also notice that the road from the city to the lower right corner ends at a mountain whose top breaks the surface as an island today, then turns and continues toward another target.

Also notice the second road that connects the city with the island, going through a patch of rough terrain that gives the appearance of a volcanic rise with the caldera between the two roads. There is a much less visible, probably smaller, road from the island going to the left toward another target.

Roads in the south-east pacific.

Roads in the south-east pacific.

Here is the “big picture” view of these two cities. Notice that the roads target the coasts of Central and South America, but not at their current shorelines, rather at the edge of the continental shelf on which they are located. This indicates a significant rise in ocean levels since these cities were built, giving a logical explanation of why they are under water today.

A city has been explored between Cuba and South America that is under 2,000 feet of sea water. Photos of stone pyramids in it are very evident and well-preserved. There are reputed to be similar cities off the coasts of Japan and India, as well.

Are there such structures in the northern Pacific? Pull the large file from under the one below.The density of roads really centers around the coast of Central America, the area where the huge stone pyramids and mega-ton round stone heads are located.

Close-up of the roads in the south-east Pacific.

Close-up of the roads in the south-east Pacific.

There are no evident cities as such north of Central America. The road that goes due north stops at the Aleutian Islands off the coast of Alaska.

Roads in the North Pacific Ocean.

Roads in the North Pacific Ocean.

The westward facing roads go to the Polynesian Islands of today, but perhaps these were not islands when the roads were built.

Road to Pitcairn in the South Pacific Ocean.

Road to Pitcairn in the South Pacific Ocean.

There is every evidence that there was once a thriving population in what is now the Pacific Ocean, in an age when the oceans were much lower than they are today. The Native Americans have a prophecy that today’s land masses will be submerged and new lands will rise up. Perhaps these are the ones they are referring to?

Considering that ice and water displace the same measure of ocean water, the only logical conclusion is that additional water came to earth from someplace else. That place was either Mars, which we now know had massive oceans at one time, and which “catastrophists” have claimed bounced off earth by way of an electrical lightening discharge that could easily have acted as a bridge for siphoning the water to the stronger magnetic pull of earth, or, as at least one source has claimed, the battle between Tiamat and earth that shattered Tiamat into the Asteroid Belt and flung the water from Tiamat, a watery planet according to the ancient records, into space, where earth’s gravitational field captured it and resulted in what we know as the Great Flood of Noah’s Day from the Hebrew Bible. If  there is a third source for so much water to arrive so quickly, it is not in the known ancient records.

There is no way the tons of dew that enter earth’s atmosphere each day from space could have resulted in that quantity of water in that short period of time.

One thing is obvious: The water is here, and it came from some place else.

All images taken from Google Earth screenshots.